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Flesh Trilogy Offered in Flesh For The Beast Blu Ray Feast This Nov

Flesh Trilogy Offered in Flesh For The Beast Blu Ray Feast This Nov

(New York City) Fever Dreams Inc. are pleased to announce the Best Buy Exclusive Blu-ray + DVD Combo release of the supernatural/occult horror series, Flesh For The Beast: Tsukiko’S Curse on November 3rd. The 7-part series will be packaged as part of the Flesh For The Beast Trilogy special edition that will include a newly ...

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Netflix Ready for Flesh For The Beast: Tsukiko’S Curse

Fever Dreams, Inc. announces the exclusive Netflix launch of the all-new supernatural/occult series, Flesh For The Beast: Tsukiko’S Curse on January 5th 2015. Netflix, the world’s leading internet television network, will stream all seven Flesh episodes across North America for the legions of fright fans hungry for a beastly binge viewing marathon.

Flesh For The Beast is an all-new series about a trio of paranormal investigators who explores the dark fringes of reality for … Continue reading →

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New Occult Series Flesh For The Beast: Tsukiko’S Curse Mixes Best of Horror

Flesh For The Beast: Tsukiko’S Curse Six-episode Supernatural/Occult Series Flesh For The Beast: The Web Series is inspired by the best-selling 2003 Fever Dreams feature film of the same name.

The original plot concerned a team of paranormal researchers, lured into an old mansion to investigate some ghostly activity, unaware that they are being served up as sacrificial lambs to a coven of sexy succubae. Flesh For The Beast’S format actually predated the following year’s … Continue reading →

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Indie Spotlight

We return with another edition of the Indie Spotlight, highlighting recent independent horror news sent our way. Today’s feature includes details on The Book, which brings together some of the biggest names in Italian horror, a trailer for Dead of the Nite, new releases from Cavity Colors, and much more:

First Details on The Book: “The Book sees the ultimate collaborative Italian horror film unfold before your very eyes. A one off project of unprecedented scale, The Book brings together, for the very first time, the writers, directors, actors, composers and artists behind the finest Italian genre cinema of the past sixty years. This includes the creative forces behind the Giallo movement, Spaghetti Westerns, Eurocrime and more. Each director will be given the opportunity to showcase their own personal vision of Rome, spread across a dozen episodes. Each segment in this feature film will contain a unique blend of macabre thriller,
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Horror Music Video of the Week: Buckethead – 'We Are One'

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Horror Music Video of the Week: Buckethead – 'We Are One'
This definitely isn't the first time we've showcased horror themed music videos on the site... even when a band's music isn't necessarily horror-based, if they put out a video with scary elements or horror movie homages, I make a point of sharing and reporting on it, and tons of music videos have made our Year's Best lists. Now I'm excited to announce we'll be devoting a regular feature to music videos both old and new, either popular or underground, that make horror visuals their main focus... and today we're gonna kick this off proper with one from the Wtf vaults. Enigmatic, kabuki-masked guitar virtuoso Buckethead (who, as shown above, literally wears a bucket on his head) has long been associated with the horror genre: his intricate, hyperactive neck-tapping guitar style has made its way onto soundtracks for splatter flicks like Flesh for the Beast and the comparatively mainstream John Carpenter film Ghosts of Mars,
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Abraham Lincoln on the rampage in horror flick President's Day

America's 16th president Abraham Lincoln goes on the rampage in the independent horror film President's Day.

The film, which had an exclusive screening in Morgantown, West Virginia, last Friday, is described as "a gruesome horror-comedy that's inspired by a healthy mix of presidential politics and campy 80s slasher films, where a high school election turns deadly after a homicidal maniac dressed as Abraham Lincoln starts murdering the candidates."

The filmmakers say the result is an amalgam of Election and Sleepaway Camp Part 2. There is also social satire as all the characters have names that echo those of the last Us presidential election.

Featuring performances by George Stover (John Water's Desperate Living and Polyester), Ruby Larocca (Flesh for the Beast, Lord of the G-Strings), and Shawn C. Phillips (star of YouTube's The Don and Murph Show), President's Day made its debut at the Charles Theatre in Baltimore in February.

Chris Lamartina,
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Weekly DVD & Blu-Ray Chopping List 9/29/2009

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Curious to know what frightful films and devilish discs will be available to view in the privacy of your own digital dungeon this week? Fango's got you covered.

Below the jump you'll find the full list of titles arriving in-stores this Tuesday, September 29, 2009 in our weekly version of the famous Fangoria Chopping List. There's a good bounty to be had, so start making your own chopping list now!

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42Nd Street Forever Volume 5: The Alamo Drafthouse Edition (special edition): Synapse

Welcome To The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, the most awesome post-modern hot spot for exploitation movie revival, deep in the heart of Texas! Home to world-famous events such as The Quentin Tarantino Film Fest, Fantastic Fest and Butt-Numb-A-Thon, the Alamo is one of the last places on earth where you can still see grindhouse classics such as The Devil Within Her and Mad Monkey Kung Fu.
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Fever Dreams Presents Late Fee ; A New Horror Anthology

Media Blasters, Inc. and Shriek Show are proud to announce the release of Late Fee , the new Fever Dreams produced horror feature film in the tradition of Creepshow , Tales From The Crypt and The Twilight Zone . The film receives its world premiere on October 1st in New York City and hits DVD shelves everywhere on October 27th, just in time for Halloween. Late Fee stars J.D. Brown ( Wicked Lake ), Stephanie Danielson, Georgia Kate Haege, Chris Cusano, Kerri Miller, and Sergio Jones ( Flesh For The Beast , Shadow: Dead Riot ). Coproduced, written and directed by John Carchietta and Carl Morano. Victor Bonacore is Associate Producer with music by Electric Frankenstein, Ken Jacobsen, Pornosonic, ScreamerClauz and Serpent Throne. Late Fee will receive its world premiere on...
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Fever Dreams’ Late Fee casting call; new Damnation Pics

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The folks over at Fever Dreams just dropped us a line that they’re having an open casting call for their latest venture, Late Fee. They’re seeking bodies for the wraparound scenes linking two previously completed shorts, The Pick-up and Damnation, and sent a few exclusive new pics from the latter as well (see them below).

The Late Fee concerns a couple who decide to check out their local video store on Halloween, with disastrous results. The Pick Up (which we last reported on here) and Damnation are short-form follow-ups to Fever Dreams’ previous features Flesh For The Beast and Shadow: Dead Riot respectively, both written and directed by John Carchietta and Carl Morano. The movie will receive limited theatrical release as well as DVD distribution in October. Extras are needed for Late Fee’s All Hallows’ party scene, so this is a chance to dress up in your
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Weekly DVD & Blu-Ray Chopping List 8/11/2009

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Curious to know what frightful films and devilish discs will be available to view in the privacy of your own digital dungeon this week? Fango's got you covered.

Below the jump you'll find the full list of titles arriving in-stores this Tuesday, August 11, 2009 in our weekly version of the famous Fangoria Chopping List - updated with all the last-minute additions and deletions.

Note: Clickable links lead to Amazon.com

Alien Tresspass - Image DVD & Bd

A flying saucer, ray guns, body snatching and a one-eyed monster from outer space! It’s all here in this action-packed sci-fi adventure! Eric McCormack stars as an astronomer who gets possessed by a friendly alien bent on saving our humble planet. But even with the help of a lovely diner waitress, is he any match for the Ghota, a one-eyed evil alien on a murderous rampage?

Bad Boy Bubby (Bd)

L.A. Weekly called it "disturbing and compelling,
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Damnation, Latest Short From Fever Dreams!

Below you'll find the official press release and a handful of images from Damnation, the latest short film project from Fever Dreams. No word on a release date yet or if the short will be paired up on a new edition of one of their previous feature length movies, but we'll keep you posted! Info & pics below!

Damnation is a new Fever Dreams short film that returns to the dark, violent universe depicted in the 2006 feature film, Shadow: Dead Riot, a Derek Wan film starring Tony Todd (Candy Man, TV’s 24).

This time, Warden Brutawski is the judge, jury and executioner for a satanic slavery ring where innocent women are abducted, warehoused and sentenced to a fate worse than death! With the aid of his henchwoman Elsa, they rule the death row inmates with an iron fist and determine their final destinies with a twisted spin of the Wheel of Fate.
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Scream queens shriek through Horrotica

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Fango just got word of a new feature called Horrotica (no relation to our own upcoming Fangorotica) that starts principal photography this week in the New York/New Jersey era. Produced by Laughing Duck Media, it’s a horror/comedy directed by Marc Leland and starring a bevy of indie fright-flick starlets and stalwarts, headed by Tiffany Shepis (pictured).

Shepis plays B-movie actress Gina Sklar, whose attempts to track down stolen footage from her latest flick with the help of her number-one fan (Tim Mandala) lead her into some scary situations. The cast also includes J. Edmund Ford (as a producer named Lonzo), Flesh For The Beast’s Ruby Larocca, Penny Dreadful’s Tina Krause, busy newcomer Nicola Fiore, Carl “Doc” Burrows and The Blood Shed’s Alan Rowe Kelly. Frequent Kelly collaborator Tom Burns is doing the music, while Blood Night: The Legend Of Mary Hatchet’s Jeremy Selenfriend handles the makeup FX.
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First look: New York Fango con film schedule

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While we put the finishing touches on the schedule for the East Coast edition of Fangoria’s Weekend of Horrors convention, which will be held this coming June 5-7 (three monstrous days!) at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center (11th Avenue between 34th and 39th Streets) in New York City, here’s a look at the Fearsome Fango Film Show. The movie marathon will unspool in Room ID05 in Hall I-d (use Javits’ Crystal Pavilion entrance).

Several notable filmmakers will be introducing their movies, so expect surprises. For more information on the Weekend of Horrors, go here, and watch this website for the full schedule of panels tomorrow. It’s gonna be a killer!

Friday, June 5

6:00 P.M.: Short Film Showcase, Part I

Fangoria presents a block of some of the best and bloodiest minimovies we’ve seen this year.

7:00 P.M.: “A Far Cry From
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First photos from Flesh For The Beast follow-up short The Pick Up

Fango got ahold of a few behind-the-scenes FX pics for The Pick Up, Fever Dreams’ half-hour follow-up to its debut feature Flesh For The Beast. You can give ’em a look below the cut.

Written, produced and directed by John Carchietta and Carl Morano, The Pick Up (which Morano first discussed with us here) serves as a bridge between the original Flesh and its feature sequel, which is currently in development with Wicked Lake’s Adam Rockoff scripting. The short features all-new girls, though actor Sergio Jones is back, and Brian Spears (second photo) and Pete Gerner (third photo) returned to create the impressive FX. Look for more on Flesh For The Beast 2 right here as it comes closer to fruition; The Pick Up has a website (just a homepage with poster art right now) here.

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Fever Dreams producer talks Devil’S Hostage, Flesh sequel

At the New York City Comic-Con this past weekend, Fango ran into Fever Drems producer Carl Morano, who gave us some details about a couple of upcoming projects. One is a new possession picture called The Devil’S Hostage, and the other is a follow-up to the company’s debut title Flesh For The Beast.

“The Devil’S Hostage is about two exorcists and two different case studies, two claims of possession that they encounter and deal with,” Morano tells us. “We plan to shoot it in the New York area, probably around the middle of this year. John Carchietta and myself are finishing the script, and we’ll announce the crew and the cast soon.” You can see a poster and a teaser for Hostage at its official website here; use the password “anton” to enter.

“But before we do that, right now we’re prepping a short film
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Blu-Ray May See a Horrific Winter

With Blu-Ray being the clear-cut winner in a format war with HD DVD, Hollywood was hoping for sales of the new technology to surpass its standard definition predecessor this holiday season.  However, it may not be a holly-jolly X-Mass for the execs as a poor economy could mean lower Blu-Ray sales.

Even though the cost of Blu-Ray technology has gone down in recent months, experts say that it may not have gone down far enough to aid consumers in their upgrade.  This could mean that some of the titles on the Fangoria Chopping List such as Flesh For The Beast, Shadow: Dead Riot, and Day Of The Dead, all slated for Blu-ray release this December, may see higher sales on standard DVD format than on their Blu-Ray superior.


Carl Diorio

The Hollywood Reporter
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