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*******www.mutantville**** Streebo takes a look back at a classic issue of FANGORIA! *******twitter****/mvp *******www.facebook****/home.php?#/pa... *******www.myspace****/mutantville Leave comments. Don't forget to subscribe!
29 Jan 2010
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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! An original video production from DreadCentral****
26 Jan 2007
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PSYCHOSOMATIKA trailer FANGORIA Exclusive
27 Jul 2008
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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
1 Aug 2008
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Top 10 musical del mes de Mayo de 2009 en la página web. El Top quedó así: 01) The Black Eyed Peas - Boom Boom Pow 02) Britney Spears - If U Seek Amy 03) Paulina Rubio - Causa y Efecto 04) Miley Cyrus - The Climb 05) Natalie Bassingthwaighte - 1000 Stars 06) Juan Son - Nada 07) Pink - Please Don't Leave Me 08) Katy Perry - Waking Up In Vegas 09) Taylor Swift - You Belong With Me 10) Fangoria - La Pequeña Edad De Hielo *******www.eymard7vivas****
24 Jun 2009
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The first full-length feature by LA-based artist and filmmaker Anna Biller (The Hypnotist; A Visit From The Incubus), VIVA is "a spot-on spoof of low-grade late 60s/early 70s sexploitation flicks" (Variety) that joyously and faithfully pays homage to the classics of the genre. Written by, directed by and starring Biller, the film is a highly stylized, super-colour-saturated, satirical romp through the kind of camp sleaze and nudge-nudge wink-wink jocularity that will be all too familiar to fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Suburban Roulette", Radley Metzger's "Camille 2000" and Russ Meyer's "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Biller's remarkable attention to detail and painstakingly accurate recreation of the trash aesthetics that make the sexploitation genre so enjoyable have led to Fangoria magazine describing VIVA as "incredible, experimental, hilarious and hotter than hell in June� a film that needs to be seen by any self-respecting trash movie enthusiast." Biller stars as Barbi, a voluptuous, bored suburban housewife with a workaholic husband, Rick (Chad England), who, although perfect in most ways is indifferent to her physical and emotional needs. To get through the monotony of her days, Barbi turns to the companionship of her wealthy, swinging neighbours, Sheila (Bridget Brno) and Mark (Jared Sanford). It's not long before both couples decide to split up, prompting the newly liberated Sheila to drag Barbi headlong into the middle of the burgeoning sexual revolution. Changing her name to Viva, the once innocent housewife embarks on a wild ride in search of love and adventure. It's a journey that takes her into a world full of new experiences, from bisexual liaisons to psychedelic, drug-fuelled orgies and from bohemian nudist colonies to high-class brothels. Looking like a lost film from the late 1960s, VIVA is a fun and loving tribute to the pre-porn era of cinema, when copies of "Playboy" could be found alongside "Time" magazine on the coffee tables of gaudily decorated living rooms all across America. For fans of B-movie exploitation cinema, kinky softcore, high-camp comedy and all things retro, VIVA is a must.
5 Jun 2010
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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.
12 Aug 2009
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The first full-length feature by LA-based artist and filmmaker Anna Biller (The Hypnotist; A Visit From The Incubus), VIVA is "a spot-on spoof of low-grade late 60s/early 70s sexploitation flicks" (Variety) that joyously and faithfully pays homage to the classics of the genre.Written by, directed by and starring Biller, the film is a highly stylized, super-colour-saturated, satirical romp through the kind of camp sleaze and nudge-nudge wink-wink jocularity that will be all too familiar to fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Suburban Roulette", Radley Metzger's "Camille 2000" and Russ Meyer's "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Biller's remarkable attention to detail and painstakingly accurate recreation of the trash aesthetics that make the sexploitation genre so enjoyable have led to Fangoria magazine describing VIVA as "incredible, experimental, hilarious and hotter than hell in June� a film that needs to be seen by any self-respecting trash movie enthusiast."Biller stars as Barbi, a voluptuous, bored suburban housewife with a workaholic husband, Rick (Chad England), who, although perfect in most ways is indifferent to her physical and emotional needs. To get through the monotony of her days, Barbi turns to the companionship of her wealthy, swinging neighbours, Sheila (Bridget Brno) and Mark (Jared Sanford). It's not long before both couples decide to split up, prompting the newly liberated Sheila to drag Barbi headlong into the middle of the burgeoning sexual revolution. Changing her name to Viva, the once innocent housewife embarks on a wild ride in search of love and adventure. It's a journey that takes her into a world full of new experiences, from bisexual liaisons to psychedelic, drug-fuelled orgies and from bohemian nudist colonies to high-class brothels.Looking like a lost film from the late 1960s, VIVA is a fun and loving tribute to the pre-porn era of cinema, when copies of "Playboy" could be found alongside "Time" magazine on the coffee tables of gaudily decorated living rooms all across America. For fans of B-movie exploitation cinema, kinky softcore, high-camp comedy and all things retro, VIVA is a must.
11 Jul 2010
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Lonely young security guard Jacob (Zak Kilberg) has a terrible secret. He can’t stand the sun, he rarely goes outside, and lately his unquenchable hunger can only be tamed by one thing: fresh blood. When he hits it off with pretty young Mary (Maya Parish) who has some issues of her own, his craving kicks into overdrive as his monstrous inner demon begins to come out… and nothing will ever be the same again. A film festival hit hailed as “down-and-dirty gritty” (Fangoria) and “nothing short of excellent” (FEARnet), this bold new horror classic presents a portrait of love, bloodlust, and a bold, chilling new vision in terror.
11 Jan 2013
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The first full-length feature by LA-based artist and filmmaker Anna Biller (The Hypnotist; A Visit From The Incubus), VIVA is "a spot-on spoof of low-grade late 60s/early 70s sexploitation flicks" (Variety) that joyously and faithfully pays homage to the classics of the genre. Written by, directed by and starring Biller, the film is a highly stylized, super-colour-saturated, satirical romp through the kind of camp sleaze and nudge-nudge wink-wink jocularity that will be all too familiar to fans of Herschell Gordon Lewis' "Suburban Roulette", Radley Metzger's "Camille 2000" and Russ Meyer's "Beyond The Valley Of The Dolls". Biller's remarkable attention to detail and painstakingly accurate recreation of the trash aesthetics that make the sexploitation genre so enjoyable have led to Fangoria magazine describing VIVA as "incredible, experimental, hilarious and hotter than hell in June� a film that needs to be seen by any self-respecting trash movie enthusiast." Biller stars as Barbi, a voluptuous, bored suburban housewife with a workaholic husband, Rick (Chad England), who, although perfect in most ways is indifferent to her physical and emotional needs. To get through the monotony of her days, Barbi turns to the companionship of her wealthy, swinging neighbours, Sheila (Bridget Brno) and Mark (Jared Sanford). It's not long before both couples decide to split up, prompting the newly liberated Sheila to drag Barbi headlong into the middle of the burgeoning sexual revolution. Changing her name to Viva, the once innocent housewife embarks on a wild ride in search of love and adventure. It's a journey that takes her into a world full of new experiences, from bisexual liaisons to psychedelic, drug-fuelled orgies and from bohemian nudist colonies to high-class brothels. Looking like a lost film from the late 1960s, VIVA is a fun and loving tribute to the pre-porn era of cinema, when copies of "Playboy" could be found alongside "Time" magazine on the coffee tables of gaudily decorated living rooms all across America. For fans of B-movie exploitation cinema, kinky softcore, high-camp comedy and all things retro, VIVA is a must.
14 Apr 2013
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Retorciendo palabras by Fangoria
9 Nov 2009
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Miro la vida pasar by Fangoria
9 Nov 2009
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La pequeña edad de hielo by Fangoria
9 Nov 2009
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This is Sum 41 presenting the "Looks That Kill" award at the Fuse Fangoria Chainsaw Awards. Sorry about the quality. Video presented by Phili & Die-Hard-Sum41. *******die-hard-sum41.piczo****
13 Nov 2009
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Absolutamente by Fangoria
6 Jan 2010
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Ni contigo ni sin ti by Fangoria
6 Jan 2010
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