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    “CITY OF LUST” (Movie Review)

    The indie thriller CITY OF LUST was shot under the title YELLOW; you know, “Giallo” in Italian. Obviously that titular nod should spell out exactly what kind of films were going through writer/director David A. Holcombe’s head when he began sculpting this stylish, sensual and amusing sex-stained psychodrama. A deliberate quote on some of the early 1970s, non-Argento (think more Martino) murder mysteries that overflowed from Italy like a cauldron of spaghetti, CITY OF LUST is bereft of budget but high on energy and imagination, and is absolutely worth a look.

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    “THE STRAIN” (Pilot Review)

    Part fantasy, part medical horror and part vampire odyssey, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s THE STRAIN was always going to be a complicated adaptation. Considering Hogan and del Toro are both executive producers on the series however, there was a confidence from horror fans that the series would at least be faithful to its source material. And it was. Despite inspired visuals, impressive performances and high ambition, THE STRAIN’s faithfulness and tonal inconsistencies may be the biggest obstacle keeping it from being the next truly great horror show.

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    TORONTO: Win Tix to “TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE” Restoration at the Royal

    Tobe Hooper’s 40 year-old masterpiece of southern-fried, cannibal carnage recently got the full-blown 4K restoration treatment, the likes of which saw its premiere at Cannes introduced by VALHALLA RISING and DRIVE auteur Nicolas Winding Refn. Now, veteran ‘SAW fans and newbies in the Toronto area will have the chance to immerse themselves in the dust-blown, brutal and arch world that Hooper and his partner Kim Henkel etched in all its afformentioned high-definition glory. 

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    Caption Contest Results: 7/7 – 7/11

    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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  • First Teaser: Alex Aja and Daniel Radcliffe Adapt Joe Hill’s “HORNS”

    There’s a lot to be excited about when it comes to HORNS. Joe Hill’s novel is a terrific work of fantasy/horror/crime. Daniel Radcliffe has established himself as a fine young actor with a taste for the macabre. And finally, the film feels poised to be something of a return for Alexandre Aja (HIGH TENSION, THE HILLS HAVE EYES). Following its premiere at last summer’s Toronto International Film Festival, Radius-TWC will finally distribute the film this fall and the first teasers are here. 

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