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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2″

    Hello again, dearest fright fanatics! Welcome back to the FANGORIA vault, where we’re in the middle of some extensive spring cleaning. After all, if we don’t get the skeletons out of the cobwebs, who will? And as with all spring cleaning, you’re eventually going to find something valuable among the mountain of trash. This year is certainly no exception, as we happened upon a batch of incredibly awesome and rare stills from Tobe Hooper’s THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2!

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    Up to Snuff: Why ‘Found Footage’ is Good for Horror

    There’s an undeniable stigma that accompanies the term “found footage.” After effectively phasing out the reign of “torture porn,” these first person frighteners redefined the face of studio horror, thanks to consistently low budgets and easy-to-market visuals. Yet, as with any in-vogue subgenre, the sheer amount of found footage films has left many horror fans jaded, a sentiment only increased by the questionable quality of several offerings.

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    “WILD AT HEART” (Blu-ray Review)

    As a filmmaker who provokes curiosity and emotion through visually stunning narratives, David Lynch’s films are always thrilling to rediscover via high definition. With its last domestic release currently out of print on DVD, specialty distributor Twilight Time stepped up to the plate for the Blu-ray of one of Lynch’s most entertaining and colorful films, WILD AT HEART. With only 2 other Lynch films formally released on that format in the U.S. (BLUE VELVET and DUNE) and select Lynch works unavailable on any medium, this limited edition print is surely on every collector’s shopping list.

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    “Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies” (Film Review)

    In the world of genre film, there’s a seemingly constant discussion about the validity of “fun” as a means to excuse poor filmmaking. Speaking in a narrative sense, there is admittedly leeway in terms of logic and execution with horror films even if the story comes first and foremost. When a film hinges so much on this perspective however, a certain amount of desperation permeates and criminally depreciates the fun factor.

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    Caption Contest Results: 4/14 – 4/18

    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! And now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re going a step further and highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further adieu…

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    First, Intriguing Images: Ryan Gosling’s Feature Debut, “LOST RIVER”

    Announced as an official selection in the 2014 Cannes Film Festival Lineup, the curious excitement surrounding actor Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut LOST RIVER (previously, HOW TO CATCH A MONSTER) builds. Billed as something of a dark fantasty, horror noir, FANGORIA took extra notice of the film when Gosling made a bold, thrilling choice to cast the great Barbara Steele. Now, the film’s first images are certainly something to inspect.

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