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  • Eli Roth and Nicolas Lopez To Be Awarded at Fantastic Market; Presenting World Premiere of “THE STRANGER”

    Fantastic Market | Mercado Fantastico is the young industry market addition to Austin’s annual cinematic celebration of the weird and wonderful, Fantastic Fest. With a focus on encouraging the development of genre film throughout Latin America, Spain, Portugal and from Latino filmmakers in the U.S., it’s fitting the the Fantastic Market’s first honorary La De Dios Award would go to two horror filmmakers realizing that vision through international partnership: Eli Roth and Nicolas Lopez. 

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    Q&A: Joe Dante Talks “BURYING THE EX” – Part Two

    Yesterday, we ran an interview with maverick monster movie legend Joe Dante (GREMLINS, THE HOWLING, THE BURBS) conducted while on set filming his latest twisted horror/comedy BURYING THE EX, a new zombie romance  starring Anton  Yelchin (ODD THOMAS) and Ashley Greene (TWILIGHT) in a tale of a lad who can’t get enough of his livid, living dead ex-lady love. Today, as the film premieres at the 71st Venice International Film Festival, we follow-up with the filmmaker in a new interview conducted just days ago, wherein Dante reflects on what the movie became after post-production.

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    TIFF ’14: Programmer Colin Geddes Previews MIDNIGHT MADNESS

    Each year, programmer Colin Geddes storms the Toronto International Film Festival with what he calls “ten nights of cinematic insanity from around the world.” His Midnight Madness boasts over 20 years of taste making behind it, premiering highly anticipated films, introducing audiences to new voices and generally being the rowdiest of TIFF programs. The 2014 iteration of Midnight Madness sports buzzed titles like TUSK, [REC] 4 and IT FOLLOWS; possible discoveries CUB, giallo comedy THE EDITOR and BIG GAME; fest favorites THE GUEST and WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS; and more. As opening night, with Sion Sono’s TOKYO TRIBE, approaches, Fango spoke to Geddes about the films in store and process of putting it all together.

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    Joe Dante Talks “BURYING THE EX” – Part One

    FANGORIA had the unique chance to chat up legendary genre film force Joe Dante (PIRANHA, THE HOWLING, GREMLINS) about his latest picture, the LA-shot BURYING THE EX, not once, but twice. The first time, Fango’s David Ian McKendry grilled the man on set , in the midst of making his movie last year. The second, FANGORIA editor Chris Alexander trapped Joe while he was on the cusp of screening the finished film in Venice (it screens tomorrow as part of the Venice Film Festival). Here then is David’s on-set verbal ping-pong with the man…

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    “TWIN PEAKS: THE ENTIRE MYSTERY” (Blu-ray Review)

    When CBS and Paramount Pictures teamed to bring TWIN PEAKS: THE ENTIRE MYSTERY to Blu-ray this summer, there was no question as to whether or not this would be the definitive home release of the series and prequel film, FIRE WALK WITH ME. The concept of a definitive set pales in comparison to the reality: a massive 10-disc set that felt as physically dense as the content it held within. In an age where physical media is being given the short shrift time and time again, TWIN PEAKS: THE ENTIRE MYSTERY is any tried-and-true genre fan’s golden ticket.

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    FANGORIA Sponsors Fantastic Fest 2014 Shorts Programs; Lineup Announced!

    Short Films are one of the most thrilling aspects of a festival. Paired with features, or unspooling in programs, theses bursts of creative energy often introduce international filmmakers worth celebrating, whose strange ideas are worth discussing. Sad then, the short film conversation can often remain at festivals or in industry circles. In hoping to change that, even a bit, FANGORIA is quite proud to be the official sponsor of the Fantastic Fest 2014 Shorts Programs.

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    Toys of Terror #21

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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