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    Linnea Quigley Looks Back at “DEAD” and “DEMONS,” Talks Her Fundraising Effort

    Life is full of changes, but for horror fans, the iconic Linnea Quigley has remained a constant. Thus, many loyal devotees have pitched in to assist her as she faces a recent crisis: the possible loss of her family home. On the eve of several benefit screenings in Chicago (details below), the always personable actress talked to FANGORIA about the appeal of her classic films and the difficult decision she faced in reaching out for help.

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    Q&A: Kyra Schon Recalls “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD”

    Kyra Schon will be forever remembered as the doomed Karen Cooper in George A. Romero’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, but the enthusiastic Schon has layers of personality and charm that far supersede her famous character’s ghoulish aura. On the eve of an appearance at Chicago’s Sci-Fi Spectacular 2014 this weekend, the kind Schon took a few moments to provide FANGORIA with her thoughts on what would have happened if everyone’s favorite zombiefied youngster had actually survived that initial onslaught in 1968.

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    Q&A: Crispin Glover on “WHAT IS IT?,” Artistic Aspiration and Past Roles

    Beloved by horror fans for the sensitive undertones he supplied to such characters as Jimmy in FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE FINAL CHAPTER and the title role in the remake of WILLARD, the eclectic Crispin Glover has also applied his unique touch to such fields as literature and music. A celebrated filmmaker, as well, Glover will be appearing in Chicago this weekend for a screening of his film, WHAT IS IT? In anticipation of the event, Glover took a moment to chat with FANGORIA about his past work and the effects he hopes his creations have on the public.

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    Q&A: Mark Patton reflects on “FREDDY’S REVENGE” and More

    One of the more significant things that occurred in the wake of NEVER SLEEP AGAIN, the 2010 documentary about the A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series, was the re-examination of the series’ second entry, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE. Since that time, the film’s lead, Mark Patton, has taken to the convention circuit, providing a very visible presence for what many have labeled the gayest horror film ever made. In honor of his upcoming appearance at THE MASSACRE in Chicago (see details below), Patton talks to FANGORIA about his memories of his NIGHTMARE cast mates and the platform that he has created for himself as an activist and humanitarian.

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    Julie Adams talks “CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON”; special 3D Chicago screenings

    Long beloved for her strong and compassionate portrayal of heroine Kay Lawrence in 1954’s classic CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, the eclectic Julie Adams has had an rich career in film, television and theater. Adams recently collaborated on the heartfelt memoir THE LUCKY SOUTHERN STAR: REFLECTIONS FROM THE BLACK LAGOON with her son, Mitch Danton, and in celebration of the book’s rave reviews and CREATURE’s upcoming 60th anniversary, the two will attending a pair of special 3-D showings of the film this Saturday, September 28 at Chicago’s historic Patio Theater (see details below).

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    Q&A: Frank Henenlotter in Chicago this weekend, talks “BASKET” and “BRAIN”

    For decades, horror fans around the world have been inspired by the demented genius of writer/director Frank Henenlotter (BASKET CASE, BRAIN DAMAGE, FRANKENHOOKER). More than anything, perhaps, Henenlotter’s put-upon freaks of nature and sophisticated monsters have given awkward high school students and budding filmmakers characters that they can relate to.

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