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  • “BONE TOMAHAWK”: Kurt Russell Rides Horse, Fights Cannibals, Warms Hearts

    Kurt Russell has one hell of a 2015 on the docket. He’ll appear in the highly anticipated seventh film of the increasingly wonderful FAST & FURIOUS series, as directed by James Wan (INSIDIOUS). He’ll also return to the western, re-teaming with Quentin Tarantino on THE HATEFUL EIGHT and having just completed the subject at hand: a horror-western entitled BONE TOMAHAWK. 

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  • Your (Sort Of) First Look at the “YOGA HOSERS”

    Though it’s the first official production still, you likely got your first introduction to Kevin Smith’s YOGA HOSERS in Kevin Smith’s TUSK. There, Smith’s daughter Harley Quinn (left, above) and Johnny Depp’s daughter Lily-Rose (left, above) appeared as a pair of convenience store clerks highly unamused by Justin Long’s highly unamusing podcaster protagonist. The two return for YOGA HOSERS, in a larger co-starring capacity, to team with Depp’s rubber-nosed man hunter Guy LaPointe (also of TUSK) and take on an “ancient evil.” 

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    “RASPUTIN” #1 (Comic Review)

    Of all of the powerful men to have graced human history, none have been more esoteric and mysterious as Grigori Rasputin. Part mystic, part political advisor, all beard, Rasputin’s life and much questioned death has become the go-to story point for authors who wish to add a bit of dark villainy into their plot. Yet, despite his appearance in works such as HELLBOY and HELLBLAZER, he’s yet to tell his side of the story. Until now. 

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    Shadowvision: “BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black and white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    “V/H/S VIRAL” (Movie Review)

    Any debate scheduled to conclude with fisticuffs in a boxing ring is bound to engender a bit more tension than the average Oxford Union fare, but when Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League and horror director Ti West clashed at Fantastic Fest this past September over the unsubtle-yet-hilarious/apropos proposition “The Found Footage Genre is a Cancer Eating Away the Integrity of Cinema” the point-counterpoint—as foreshadowed by the pair’s brutal pre-confrontation challenge videos—took on a particularly vitriolic, take-no-prisoners vibe. 

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  • Art, Tracklist, Date: John Carpenter’s Highly Anticipated “LOST THEMES”

    John Carpenter is a master, both of cinema and of the score. His themes are iconic and endlessly influential, hallmarks and originators of a beloved style of composing as well as catchy as all hell (ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13 practically loops in many of our heads). It was understandable then when admirers across fandoms and professions (fans, filmmakers, musicians) lit up upon the news of an impending new album from the artist. Entitled LOST THEMES, and arriving this winter from Sacred Bones Records, the album was described as tracks composed by Carpenter without any films in mind and the news of which was accompanied by stellar song “Vortex” and a collage video set to Carpenter clips. Following a weekend to digest and groove comes the full details on LOST THEMES. 

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  • “HOUSEBOUND”: Exclusive Deleted Scene

    Fangoria.com has gotten its skeletal fingers on an exclusive deleted scene from the great new horror comedy HOUSEBOUND, which will close the 13th edition of the New York City Horror Film Festival on November 16 at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street; 212 941-2001). No less than genre master Peter Jackson called HOUSEBOUND: “A wonderfully witty comedy horror that delights in scaring the hell out of you! Bloody brilliant!” 

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