For the heroine of GIRLS AGAINST BOYS, it’s not just randy
club guys or cheating husbands who act against the female race; even the police
have misogynist attitudes. Check out the evidence in a clip after the jump.
If you want to learn THE ABCs OF DEATH at home, the 26-part
horror anthology will be hitting the disc scene just as school is letting out for
the summer. Read on for the early details and a look at the cover art (where's the baby?).
The first lineup of titles for the 15th annual Boston
Underground Film Festival has been announced, and they’ve got some scary,
creepy stuff playing for the first time in the area.
Co-directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, who wowed audiences a plenty with the slasherless slasher RABIES, return.
Hot on the pencil-poked heels of our cheerfully repugnant EVIL DEAD cover announcement, FANGORIA Editor Chris Alexander tracked co-writer/director Fed Alvarez to his home in Uruguay to talk about his hotly anticipated gore-caked remake.
Nestled in the deep, dark, dangerous Toronto Dundas/Ossington strip is a grotty spot called Sex Laser. Yes…Sex Laser.
Writer/director Rob Himebaugh’s thesis film EAGLEWALK
has been stomping its way across North America in a momentum-gathering festival
run, leaving a strong buzz in its wake. The film aims to revive the Sasquatch
subgenre, taking an often playfully handled beastie and returning it to its sinister
roots. This is what a Bigfoot movie should be. Frightening, taut, and fun.
Dead by Dawn celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, making it one of the UK's longest-running genre events. We talk to the one-woman force behind Dead by Dawn, Adele Hartley, about the festival's history, the challenges of being a woman in a male-dominated industry, and what we can expect as part of this year's anniversary festivities.
As news stories about sociopaths whose actions seem
unfathomable continue to permeate the media, perhaps it’s inevitable that
thrillers concerned more with examining the devolution of their antiheroes’
minds than with the violence of their deeds should become a minitrend. This
week’s example, RUBBERNECK, particularly foregrounds character over action, and
cerebral thrills over the visceral kind.
FANGORIA ed Chris Alexander got on the horn with actor J.K.
Simmons to talk about his role in DARK SKIES, opening today. And while that
film is discussed at length, Simmons’ other roles are mused upon as well,
including his role as SPIDER-MAN’s J. Jonah Jameson, his brush with Uwe Boll
and—even more relevant to Fango fans—his enduring portrait of neo-Nazi evil in
the nightmarish HBO prison drama OZ.
The Hudson Horror Show gang have their seventh 12-hour
showcase of 35mm classic movies ready to roll for New York genre fans, so read
on for the details and first look at the poster.
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