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уторак, 02. новембар 2010.

SRPSKI FILM i drugi srpski horori u RUE MORGUE magazinu!

 u okviru patriotske akcije 'subverzija belog sveta crnom srbijom' obznanjujem sledeći poduhvat:
RUE MORGUE je kanadski horor magazin (trenutno možda i najbolji, pošto je FANGORIA maltene pukla i pretvorila se u slikovnicu za retarde). u najnovijem broju (#106) koji je u prodaji od 1. novembra, nalazi se obiman spotlajt na srpski horor koji zauzima 7 punih strana u broju + SRPSKI FILM je hajlajtovan i na samoj korici!
šta ima unutra?

1) THE ART OF ATROCITY 

moj uvodni text o hororima recentne prošlosti (i sadašnjosti) kojima se napajaju noviji srpski horori + mega-iscrpan intervju koji sam uradio sa srđanom spasojevićem (i preveo ga na engleski). evo pitanja na koja odgovore možete potražiti u ovom broju RUE MORGUE-a (3-4 među njima dodao je editor magazina, dave alexander):
 - One American critic called A Serbian Film – "one of the angriest films I've ever seen". What is the root of that rage?
- How did you get funding for such an extreme film?
- How difficult was it to cast such a movie, particularly the underage actor who plays Milos’ son?
- What’s your attitude towards horror? Although A Serbian Film is not a “pure” example of that genre, that’s the label it gets most often because of its extreme imagery, gore and shocks.
- How did you meet your co-screenwriter, Alexandar Radivojevic, and how did the story develop?
- Why title it A Serbian Film?
- Was the movie inspired by any particular real-life incidents, or is it simply the fallout of growing up during wartime?
- In A Serbian Film there are obvious influences from American, European and perhaps Japanese films. It has been compared to works by filmmakers as different as, say, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Gaspar Noé, Pascal Laugier, Eli Roth, Tobe Hooper and Takashi Miike. What do you think about those, and who are your real influences?
- The movie is riddled with scenes of atrocity; what was the most difficult sequence to shoot?
- Why did you feel that the notorious “newborn porn” scene was necessary?
- Have audiences thus far understood your intentions with the scene?
- Tell us about some of the other problems you’ve run into. Is it true that you had to leave Germany because of the film?
- So, you’ll allow your film to be cut for some releases? What do you think about such demands?
- Do you consider the film dangerous?
- Are you working on another film now, and will it share a similar aesthetic to A Serbian Film? Take a similar approach?

uvodnik + intervju zajedno (sa slikama) zauzimaju 4,5 strane.

2) PAIN AND PERVERSION IN THE BALKANS
ovo je melanž mog rivjua PORNO BANDE sa nekim izjavama koje mi je Mladen dao o svom filmu – naravno, sa naglaskom na njegovim horor elementima, a u skladu sa ovim magazinom. text i slika iz filma zauzimaju pola strane.
btw: naslovi textova koje vidite nisu moji već urednički.

3)  TRADITION OF TERROR
moj kratki overview svih dosadašnjih srpskih horora, od LEPTIRICE pa do ZONE MRTVIH. na traženje editora uvrstio sam ovde i OGNJENKU. ovo zauzima cele dve strane i obilato je ilustrovano fotkama kojima sam ih snabdeo.

eto. 7 punih kolor A4 strana u jednom od vodećih svetskih magazina za horor: predstavljanje srpskih horora u najboljem svetlu, a kao svojevrstan produžetak akcije SUBVERSIVE SERBIA koju sam letos odradio na festivalu FANTASIA u montrealu, gde sam i upoznao editora RUE MORGUE. tu mi je pala ideja da se iskoristi popularnost i notornost SRPSKOG FILMA da se uz njega provuče i prezentovanje svih ostalih srpskih horora.
            štono svojevremeno reko dr zoća živković "ko će, ako neću ja?!"
            ovaj posao za RUE MORGUE odrađen je na obostrano zadovoljstvo i korist, i neće ostati na ovome. za naredni broj ću da pišem nešto za rubriku CLASSIC CUTS, u kojoj se predstavljaju klasični, prevratnički, revolucionarni, mega-uticajni horor naslovi (književnost, film, muzika, strip...).
            itd.
            ghoul, the unstoppable serbian killing machine goes on!


            PS: a za slučaj da neki od mojih nameless assholes protivnika zaključi kako ova akcija nije dovoljno patriotska, ćirilična i bogougodna, molim da se zapazi jedan važan dizajnerski detalj u ovom srpskom tematu: naime, mapa srbije koja se može videti jeste mapa cele celcate srbije, dakle, zajedno sa kosovom.
            ne samo što sam kosovo branio puškom, 1999-te, nego sam ga odbranio i u RUE MORGUE textovima, pošto je u prvobitnoj verziji dizajner izguglao nekakvu mapu još iz doba dok je crnogorski prirepak remetio divnu simetriju mape srbije, i sa tom SCG mapom ukrasio stranice. srećom, to sam primetio na vreme, u PDF verziji koja mi je poslata, i smesta sam im poslao link ka prikladnoj mapi srbije, cele i potpune, bez slepih creva, ali i bez amputiranih udova.
            fajt se nastavlja!!!

          PPS: A evo i CELOG sadržaja ovog broja:


THE ART OF ATROCITY
A new wave of rage-fuelled cinema is rearing its head in Serbia. Ultra-violent, explicit and psychologically crushing, one movie in particular has left a trail of devastation in its wake. Steel yourself for A Serbian Film.
PLUS: The Life and Death of a Porno Gang and a guide to Serbian horror cinema.
by Dejan Ognjanovic

TOGETHER IN THE SHADOW OF GIANTS
Romantic entanglements meet tentacled mayhem in Gareth Edward’s epic indie creature feature Monsters.
by Sean Plummer

ONLY WOMEN BLEED
The only feminist slasher series gets the special edition treatment with the release of The Slumber Party Massacre Collection. We track down the women behind the “Ultimate Driller Killer Thrillers.”
by April Snellings

HORROR COMES TO HOGTOWN
The 2010 Toronto International Film Festival previewed some of the most anticipated and under-the-radar genre movies. Adjust your anticipation accordingly, fright fans…
by Dave Alexander, Stuart F. Andrews, Todd Brown, Liisa Ladouceur and Trevor Tuminski

MY HORROR HAREM
Dani Filth celebrates Cradle of Filth’s new album – based on the demoness Lilith – by rounding up his top ten favourite women in horror movies.
by Dani Filth and Trevor Tuminski


DEPARTMENTS:

NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
On the offensive.

DREADLINES
The Thing prequel aims to replicate world of original film; The Dark Tower saga set to return in multiple formats; FX legend Greg Nicotero adds ‘director’ to resume.

THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Diminutive Devilspawn.

NEEDFUL THINGS
Necronomicox, Proton Pack Backpack, Monster Kookies Jewellery, Zombie Sock Monkeys.

CINEMACABRE
CineMacabre puts Fangoria’s FrightFest imprint to the test. Plus reviews of Hatchet II, Let Me In, Devil, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Case 39, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, After.Life, Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash, Bikini Bloodbath Christmas and Bikini Bloodbath on Ice. Reissues features Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House and Don Sharp’s Psychomania, plus reviews of The Twilight Zone: Season 1 (1959) Blu-ray, Gamera vs. Gyaos (1967)/Gamera vs. Viras (1968), King Kong (1933) Blu-ray and Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell (1987).

CINEMARQUEE
The Soul of a Monster (1944).

BOWEN'S BASEMENT
The Pit (1981).

BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Nosferatu, plus reviews of Weird War Tales #1, The Scourge #1, Eeek!, It! The Terror from Beyond Space #3 and Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer and The Great Puppet Theater.

THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: J.W. Ocker’s The New England Grimpendium. Library of the Damned takes on Banned Books Week. Plus, reviews of A Critical History and Filmography of Toho’s Godzilla Series, Horror Movie Freak, Scary Science: 25 Creepy Experiments, Reggie Oliver’s Dramas From the Depths, F.G. Cottam’s Dark Echo, Michael Marano’s Stories from the Plague Years, David Moody’s Autumn and The Art of Drew Struzan.

TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Whitby Dracula Walk – Whitby, England.

THE GORE-MET
The Law and Inner Depravity.

AUDIO DROME
Featuring Pennsylvanian horror screamo band Motionless in White. The Blood-Spattered Guide spotlights tomandandy, composers for Resident Evil: Afterlife. Plus reviews of Resident Evil: Afterlife OST, The Wicker Man (1973) OST, Prelude to a Nightmare, Phantom 13, Mad Tea Party, Gravewurm, Diskreet, Nocturnal Blood and GWAR.

PLAY DEAD
Featuring Saw II: Flesh & Blood, plus reviews of Twisted Lands: Shadow Town and Mage: The Awakening.

CLASSIC CUT
The Rolling Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil.

2 коментара:

AlexDeLarge је рекао...

ziveo ghoul! zivela srbija!

Dejan Ognjanovic је рекао...

Kosovo je srce Srbije!