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‘Warped And Faded: Weird Wednesday And The Birth Of The American Genre Film Archive:’ The Ultimate Bookend For Genre Fans – Book Review

Deep in the heart of Texas back in the late 1990s, an independent theater focusing on arthouse, horror, and exploitation cinema was established. Intent on bringing audiences unparalleled viewing experiences complete with beer and renegade programming, the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema solidified its residency in Austin. Proudly engaging with its early …

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Mondo Unveils Massive GODZILLA DAY Collection

Godzilla recently celebrated his 66th birthday with fans all over the world. The folks at Mondo unveiled a massive collection of memorabilia to coincide with mean green’s big day. The collection is awesome and features a killer vinyl soundtrack, tons of statues, t-shirts, and more. Read on for the details! …

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Mondo Celebrates 20 Years Of IFC Films With All New Poster Collection

Mondo - IFC Films Poster Collection

Mondo is celebrating 20 years of IFC Films with a stunning new poster collection! These amazing prints go on sale soon and will be rolling out throughout September. They’re excited, and we are too: “We’ve been fans of IFC Films for years. Twenty, to be exact! The quality and caliber …

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Mondo Book, ‘Warped & Faded,’ Chronicles The History Of The American Genre Film Archive

Warped & Faded

The folks at Mondo send word they’ve got an all new book heading your way. WARPED & FADED: Weird Wednesday and the Birth of the American Genre Film Archive tells the story of the Weird Wednesday film series and the American Genre Film Archive with insights from the people who …

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Night of the Living Dead (1968) – 50 Years of Mayhem Sustained by Art

The legendary George A. Romero unleashed a truly menacing nightmare 50 years ago. Night of the Living Dead stumbled into theaters on October 1, 1968 as a low budget, indie horror movie. The narrative parallels that of controversial epidemics flooding society during its time, continuing on to present day. Click here …

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Mondo Shock (2017) Movie Review

Mondo Shock is the latest film from Dustin Ferguson, a throwback to the Mondo Films of the ’60s to ’80s, films that featured shocking footage that was said to be 100% real. So how much of Mondo Shock is actually real? Your guess is as good as mine. So what …

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