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    El Rey’s “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN” Series Now on Netflix

    With horror dominating the world of television one channel at a time, it wasn’t much of a surprise that the Robert Rodriguez-headed El Rey Network’s flagship program was none other than FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES. What was surprising was the show’s consistent quality, drawing enough of an audience to guarantee a second season. While many U.S. horror fans lamented the fact that they did not get El Rey in their cable package, they can finally catch up with the series in the same fashion as international audiences: Netflix Instant Streaming.

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  • Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters have Won the Ice Bucket Challenge with “CARRIE” Nod

    As I imagine you are a human being reading this, it is likely that you a) have Facebook and b) are somewhat familiar with the internet, which c) means you’ve probably not avoided being exposed to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. While purporting to raise awareness and money for a medical cause (ALS: Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aka Lou Gherig’s Disease), the Ice Bucket Challenge has in actuality just clogged your feed with people standing in their backyards pouring some combination of ice cubes and fresh water directly over their head. Well, now it’s on Fango. Thanks Foo Fighters!

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  • Kevin Smith, Johnny Depp and Their Daughters Team for “YOGA HOSERS”

    Last month, filmmaker Kevin Smith (CLERKS, CHASING AMY) announced his intent to spin off the upcoming body horror TUSK (pictured) into a film entitled YOGA HOSERS, will little explication on what the latter film might be. Announced today as teamup between Smith and immeasurably famous actor Johnny Depp, it seems YOGA HOSERS is a supernatural action horror comedy of sorts, with a robust cast and a teenaged mindset.

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    Gay of the Dead: Jeremiah Campbell, Part Two

    In Part One of my interview with out exploitation screenwriter Jeremiah (VIRUS X) Campbell we talked about forging a career in Ohio, coming out twice, and how he’s warping his two daughters. In this second of two parts, we’ll get the scoop on working with low-budget producers Fred Olen Ray and David Sterling, how many boobs are needed in a horror flick, and writing a screenplay in just three days.

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    [RECAP] FANGORIA’s NYC Screening of Scott Schirmer’s “FOUND”

    Last night, New York horror fans were treated to an exclusive free screening of Scott Schirmer’s shocking and intimate horror film, FOUND, courtesy of FANGORIA and distributor XLrator Media. As fate would have it, Schirmer as well as SFX artist  Arthur Cullipher and co-screenwriter/novelist Todd Rigney were there to introduce the film alongside FANGORIA’s Tony Timpone to the many who came to discover what FOUND was all about.

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    Pandemonium Morricone

    Toronto film soundtrack collectors who get moist and/or misty-eyed at the sight of resplendent Italo-wax LP rarities should hustle immediately to Pandemonium Books & Discs in Toronto’s Junction area, at 2920 Dundas Street West. Inside this very roomy and rectangular used book and record haven is, at the time of writing, an entire display wall-turned-patchwork collage of rare soundtrack LPs by the maestro of maestros, Ennio Morricone. Almost all of them foreign issue (Italian, French, Japanese), almost all in near mint condition. Concealing the usual mixed bag of new arrivals and rarities, it feels more like an art installation than simply good commerce, and made my nerdy soundtrack-hungry maw literally drop. Ready your wallets!

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  • TIFF ’14 Trailer: Fabrice du Welz Returns with Brutal Crime Tale, “ALLELUIA”

    It’s felt too long since we’ve had a new film from Fabrice du Welz, who crafted the extraordinarily strange CALVAIRE (THE ORDEAL) and the somber VINYAN. A unique filmmaker with a hold on the unsettling, du Welz arrives this September at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival and Austin’s Fantastic Fest with ALLELUIA, a true crime shocker based on the exploits of the infamous “Honeymoon Killers/Lonely Hearts Killers.”

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