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    The Cutting Room: Actress Sadie Katz talks “BLOOD FEAST” Remake

    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new weekly column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the features, articles and interviews that didn’t make the cut, this column is dedicated to providing a greater lifeline between FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com.

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    “SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK” To Receive Documentary Treatment

    Adore it or fear it, the revered and reviled children’s book series SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK is about to receive a documentary film treatment. FANGORIA #339 explored the “Satanic Panic” era in which SCARY STORIES acted as a sacrificial lamb, and more to the point, the lasting impression it had on contemporary artists within the horror genre, innovative and invigorating filmmakers like the Soska Sisters, and Karen Lam, and the duo of Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunston, who were originally slated to bring the eerie campfire/folklore tales to the silver screen.

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    Q&A: Director David Hayter on “WOLVES”

    In his directorial feature debut, actor David Hayter aims to craft a sort of NEAR DARK for werewolves. It’s the story of high school footballer Cayden Richards (Lucas Till), who is forced to grow up very quickly when his parents are murdered. With nowhere to go and no one to turn to Cayden takes off on a road trip to a destination unknown, that is, until an ugly-looking creep named Wild Joe sends Cayden to Lupine Ridge to learn more about himself and his lineage. It is here where Cayden meets some ugly truths about his family, life and survival. Cayden must fight to not only protect himself but the girl he loves, and the people who have taken him in. 

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    Report: Cronenberg and BODY/MIND/CHANGE Implant FANGORIA; Video and Diary

    Recently, the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto played host to a massive artifact exhibit and screening series charting the stem to stern legacy of legendary Canadian horror and strange cinema guru David Cronenberg. FANGORIA got in on the act by sculpting our own FANGORIA Legends tribute magazine to the man, co-produced with TIFF and still on sale in our store HERE.

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    Veteran Horror Producer launches Oscar Campaign for GAHAN WILSON Doc

    Veteran producer Steven-Charles Jaffe,  the man behind such FANGORIA-approved classics as MOTEL HELL, DEMON SEED and NEAR DARK and the romantic sci-fi/fantasy gems TIME AFTER TIME, GHOST and STRANGE DAYS recently turned his energy towards the life and times of legendary macabre socio-political cartoonist and illustrator Gahan Wilson with his already award-winning doc BORN DEAD, STILL WEIRD.

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