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An unstoppable killer is loose in the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors. It came for the thrill of the hunt. Silent. Invincible. Its thirst for blood is unquenchable!
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In this episode John catches up with Gwar at the 2009 New York Fangoria's Weekend of Horrors. Oderus and company explain their involvement with David Carradine's death and the Air France Plane Crash. They even talk about their new album Lust in Space, which comes out August 18th.
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Esta es la versión NO CENSURADA del tema "No puede ser" de LoON atTIC, remix realizado por DJ Juanma Sánchez.
Stefano Capone Star of "Loved Ones A Vampire Tale" a Shawn Cain Film Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Hosted By Shawn Cain & Tori Cox from the IFU Network Distributed by Tubemogul.
In the first segment of our seven-part Week With Debbie, THE FOLD speaks with one of today’s greatest indie stars ("Tromeo and Juliet," "American Nightmare") about the day-to-day mindset of a working film actor, and why one must become a true jack-of-all-trades to make it in today’s world of independent cinema.
The legendary Debbie Rochon talks to THE FOLD (thefold.tv) about why horror roles have always provided young actors with valuable opportunities, and the thrill of playing high-crisis characters.
Sure, we all go through tough times, but have YOU ever had your fingers accidentally cut off on the set of a horror film before? The unflappable Debbie Rochon talks to THE FOLD (thefold.tv) about always giving it your all even when you only have so much to give, and the art of tracing an actor’s experiences through the work that she’s done.
Horror legend Debbie Rochon tells The Fold about her longstanding friendship with Troma’s Lloyd Kaufman, and why she believes him to be a true martyr of independent cinema.
Indie-queen Debbie Rochon tells The Fold what it’s like to direct herself in roles when a film’s director isn’t providing any, well, direction, and why it’s always better to commit to a wrong creative impulse than to none at all.
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fuctup and TonyRockyHorror of WWW.CINEMAEULOGIES.COM interview director Ryan Nicholson on his new film GutterBalls live at the Fangoria Weekend of Horrors