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  • Jeff Fahey reunites with Rodriguez for “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

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    FROM DUSK TILL THE DAWN: THE SERIES is easily the crown jewel in the crown of Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, and as the show gears up for its second season, plot points and cast details have begun to bleed out to entice the hordes of hungry fans waiting to follow those dastardly Gecko Brothers down another stretch of sun-battered road along the Tex-Mex border. Joining the desperadoes this season will be none other than veteran actor Jeff Fahey, whose long list of credits include everything from big screen extravaganzas like PSYCHO III, THE LAWNMOWER MAN and BODY PARTS to small screen dramas such as LOST, UNDER THE DOME, and most recently JUSTIFIED.

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  • FANTASTICA Presents: Screaming Turns to Laughing

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    Fright and funny are strange bedfellows, but damn do they hop into the same bed quickly. Laughs and screams seem to occupy opposite ends of the emotional response spectrum, yet they pair together like peanut butter with jelly, beer with pretzels, and New York-flavored cynicism with Abel Ferrara flicks. Think about it: how many times have you watched a horror film in the company of multiplex-going strangers, or at home with a group of friends, and found yourself and everyone else screaming at a moment of pure terror, only to be laughing seconds afterwards, basking in the afterglow of tension finally released? Once that immediate scare subsides, you can’t help but giggle and guffaw at how you have eluded a simulation of death’s grasp.

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  • Troma Announces “NUKE ‘EM”, “TOXIC AVENGER” Sequel Blu-rays!

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    For Troma fans, the digital age has been quite fruitful: most of their catalog can be found on streaming websites, RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH VOLUME 1 features their slickest looking film to date and the advent of Blu-ray has brought titles such as THE TOXIC AVENGER and CLASS OF NUKE ‘EM HIGH to high definition. And now, the maestros of mutation and gore over at Troma Entertainment have announced two new Blu-­ray releases for the month of April, featuring two of their more popular splatter sequels.

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  • “THE X-FILES” Re-opened for 6-Episode Event Series in 2016

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    Who knew that when THE X-FILES debuted back in 1993, it was destined to end up becoming a massive hit; a pop culture touchstone for which all genre TV, from supernatural sagas to crime procedurals, would be measured by? The show lasted for nine seasons (and two movies) through its world-building, its ability to sustain suspense, and its amazing feat of parlaying it two stars’ chemistry and sexual tension into being one of the primary curiosities in a show that revolved around uncovering evidence of extraterrestrials and government conspiracies.

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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend 2015 Adds Screening Slate, AMERICAN HORROR STORY Actress

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    Die hard FANGORIA fans are no doubt becoming overwhelmed by the staggering amount of stars being added to the guest list for Texas Frightmare 2015, the premiere horror convention in the southwest U.S. With genre heavyweights like Sid Haig (SPIDER BABY, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES), Neve Campbell (the SCREAM SERIES), Brad Dourif (CHILD’S PLAY, EXCORCIST III), Elvira Mistress of The Dark, and many more already slated to appear, the FANGORIA-sponsored event was thrilled to announce that AMERICAN HORROR STORY and WALKING DEAD actress Alexandra Breckenridge will be present for the convention from May 1st – 3rd , sweetening the pot for small-screen horror aficionados.

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  • First Look: Sean Bean Goes To Hell and Back for Animated Horror-Fantasy “THE UNTAMED”

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    Fans of character actor Sean Bean, whose myriad of credits include everything from roles in beloved fantasy fare such as THE LORD OF THE RINGS and GAME OF THRONES to property-based horror like THE HITCHER and SILENT HILL, have joked for years about his character’s zeal for dying quickly, if not memorably, in the many film and television series he has been a part of over the years. This time however, Mr. Bean will get the satisfaction so few of his characters before have received: to come back and get his revenge in the upcoming animated series THE UNTAMED.

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  • “PIRANHA 3D”, “CHEAP THRILLS” Actors to Lead Dougherty’s “KRAMPUS” Flick

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    Once an obscure yuletide character from European folklore, the Krampus has been enjoying a new bout of international popularity in recent years, with more and more indie filmmakers looking to Santa Claus’ demonic foil for inspiration. Amongst the spate of incoming Krampus films (including Kevin Smith’s ANTI-CLAUS) is Legendary Pictures’ horror-comedy KRAMPUS, helmed by none other than Michael Dougherty, who already made his mark on holiday-themed horror with the criminally underrated TRICK ‘R TREAT. And now, FANGORIA has learned (via The Wrap) that comedy heavyweights Adam Scott and David Koechner will be leading the fright film.

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  • “PACIFIC RIM” Actor Rob Kazinsky Tapped as Fox’s “FRANKENSTEIN”

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    Ever since Mary Shelley’s classic tale of terror, FRANKENSTEIN, entered the public domain, more than a few takes on the monster have been popping up across the pop culture landscape. With a big-budget horror adventure feature, the second season of PENNY DREADFUL and a UK series on the way, some forget that Fox is also concocting their own creature for a network series adaptation, and today, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that they’ve found their titular creature in PACIFIC RIM actor Rob Kazinksy. Genre fans will surely recognize Kazinsky from his last role on a horror series as the unstable faerie/vampire hybrid Warlow from TRUE BLOOD.

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  • Toho To Open “GODZILLA”-Themed Movie Theater

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    Giant monster fans the world over will be thrilled to learn that Toho Studios, the original home of Godzilla, is bringing the infamous fire-breathing lizard to life in the form of a massive movie theater! That’s right: the theater will be complete with a 39-foot tall bust of the aforementioned kaiju bursting out of the theater’s 131 foot-high roof, complete with a terrace that will allow guests to gape in awe at the protruding head of the monster itself, according to a recent report from Telegraph.

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