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  • New Clip: “SCREAM: THE TV SERIES” Sees You When You’re Sleeping!

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    With tonight hosting the penultimate episode of SCREAM: THE TV SERIES’ second season, fans are wondering just what twists and turns are awaiting the residents of Lakewood. But for those impatient for a taste of the scary series, FANGORIA has the opening moments of tonight’s episode, airing on MTV at 10 p.m. EST, which you can watch below! Check it out, and stay tuned for more on SCREAM: THE TV SERIES here at FANGORIA.com!
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  • BiFan 2016: Director Kurando Mitsutake talks “KARATE KILL”!

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    One of the best things about the incredible, inimitable Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, held annually every summer in Bucheon City, Korea, is that you’re just as likely to find a black-and-white art film about the meaning of existence as you are to find a balls-to-the-wall action masterpiece with some of the best martial arts set pieces in contemporary cinema. In the latter category sits KARATE KILL, Kurando Mitsutake’s hard-hitting tale of bloody vengeance and retribution with a potentially star-making turn from it’s lead badass, Hayate. FANGORIA recently caught up with Mitsutake at the festival to talk about action filmmaking, independent revenge stories, and much more…

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  • “JEDI SUMMER WITH THE MAGNETIC KID” (Book Review)

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    A few years back John Boden embedded his lyrical, surrealist “End Times mosaic” DOMINOES into a brilliantly illustrated packaging scheme mimicking those classic Little Golden books we all coo n’ aww’ed our way through growing up, replacing the Poky little puppy and Scuffy the tugboat with Allan, a very jaded harvester of souls. It’s safe to say in lesser hands the project could’ve got too impressed with its own conception and flown straight off the goddamn rails in execution, but the rising horror scribe was canny and deft enough in his approach to that the cute conceit strengthened rather than overwhelmed the affecting, legit disquieting narrative.  

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL” Gets Ghastly for “GHOSTBUSTERS” (2016)

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    For the third episode of their movie-centric third season, Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh talk about the 2016 remake of GHOSTBUSTERS! The gruesome twosome discuss the controversy surrounding the film, the reputation of the 1984 original, and whether or not the movie is actually worthwhile. And be sure to check out Joe DeRosa’s SOME SEVERE SITUATIONS short story series, which you can find HERE!

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  • Exclusive Art, Info: Vestron Video’s “WAXWORK” Double Feature Blu-ray!

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    Last week, FANGORIA offered up the latest word on Lionsgate getting into the Collector’s marketplace with their inspired revival of the Vestron Video label. Kicking off with BLOOD DINER and CHOPPING MALL, Lionsgate is making any self-respecting fright fan’s year with these HD releases. Now, FANGORIA has the exclusive first word about Vestron’s upcoming WAXWORK/WAXWORK II: LOST IN TIME Double Feature Blu-ray set, which will be hitting shelves just in time for Halloween!

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  • Caption Contest: 08/01 – 08/05

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

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  • Q&A: Lauren Ashley Carter on “THE MIND’S EYE”

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    Just within the last few years, actress Lauren Ashley Carter has made quite the name for herself, as a performer whose interests are all across the board, choosing roles completely different from each other. Whether it’s the backwoods girl trying not to be the latest sacrifice in JUG FACE, a house caregiver who slowly loses her grasp on sanity in Mickey Keating’s exception film DARLING or a tele-kinetic woman with the ability to rip you to shreds in Joe Begos’ SCANNERS-esque homage to splatter films, THE MIND’S EYE, Carter has shown that she most definitely has the chops to be a very versatile actress. We had the opportunity to chat with Ashley regarding THE MIND’S EYE, her frequent collaborations with acto Brian Morvant, filmmaker Mickey Keating and her foray into directing. Check it out!

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  • “2 LAVA 2 LANTULA” (Film Review)

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    First line and I’m already preaching to the choir: If you’re the sort of person who would go through the trouble to click on a review of a sequel to a SyFy flick about gigantic fireball-spewing spiders called 2 LAVA 2 LANTULA…well, you’re already its target audience. There is not a whole lot of subtext for a critic to parse here; no exposition to place in historical context. If you’re harboring a fear that LAVALANTUALA was, say, actually some elaborate ploy by Steve Guttenberg and Co. to blindside B-movie fans with a piece of searing art house cinema a year later, let FANGORIA set your troubled mind at ease, friend: Much like its predecessor, 2 LAVA 2 LANTULA feels like an 80-minute Funny-or-Die sketch mocking SHARKNADO, with all groaners, all the time. There is enough cheese in this movie to clog every last artery in your body—and the filmmakers, cast, and effects crew cram it down your facehole with a glee that is way more disturbing than anything in the film’s CGI arsenal.

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  • Q&A: Director Joe Begos talks “THE MIND’S EYE”!

    A few years back, filmmaker Joe Begos turned heads throughout the genre space with ALMOST HUMAN, an alien invasion film brimming with jaw-dropping FX and a mean streak evocative of ’80s indie horror. From that directorial debut, horror fans found out what Begos was capable of with a shoestring budget and a will to make the finish line, leaving us wondering what Begos could do with his ambition unleashed in a bigger setting.

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  • Event Report: 20th Annual Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival

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    As I write this, about a week has passed between now and the closing ceremony for the 20th annual Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BiFan). It’s taken about a week for this writer to recover from the intense, immensely enjoyable experience that was watching dozens of unforgettable films in one of the greatest cities on Earth.

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  • Exclusive Premiere: Take Over And Destroy’s “By Knife” Music Video!

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    Since 2008, Arizona-based metal band, Take Over And Destroy, or TOAD, has been hard at work perfecting its specific brand of sonic destruction.  The self-titled third full-length album is set to launch on October 7th from Prosthetic Records and features ten blistering tracks, each having its own voice but overall rounds out a clear, singular vision.  This dark and moody album sets a tone and sticks with it until the end.  You won’t catch yourself hitting the “fuck this song” button and moving on.  This isn’t one of those albums you’ll have to warm up to over several spins, nor does it lose steam toward the end, like so many do.  Songs like “Separate from the Shadows” and “Bring Me The Rope” offer up catchy riffs that will sink their claws into your ears on the first listen.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Get Entranced By “NOSFERATU”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab interview Josh and Leila from Austin band The Invincible Czars.  Along with their regular gigs, the Czars compose scores for silent films and perform them live on tour! THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW talk to them about their process and the film NOSFERATU – the subject of their most recent tour. Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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