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    “GHOSTBUSTERS” Reboot Adds Cast, Release Date

    Is there any franchise that’s taken such a long, strange road as GHOSTBUSTERS? One of the most celebrated genre titles of all time, the film was followed by a milquetoast sequel, a tons of successful merchandise, a theme park attraction, an animated series, an official video game (with saw all cast members returning), a languishing third entry and, now, a full-on property reboot with all-female leads from the director of BRIDESMAIDS. And while that last bit has been an unfortunate topic of controversy among horror fans, it seems that all the bitching and cynicism in the world isn’t going to keep the new GHOSTBUSTERS from coming out, with Paul Feig himself tweeting the cast and release date.

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    Release Date Shuffle: “PARANORMAL”, “FRIDAY THE 13TH”, “RINGS”

    You know, it’s never really truly 2015 until dates for horror films set months in advance are inexplicably pulled out from under us. However, while sometimes such a move will leave a film in limbo (KRISTY, AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING, 7500), at least the most recent batch, initially reported by The Wrap, have given fright fans the courtesy of a new release date that will undoubtedly never be shifted again.

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    FANTASTICA Presents: The Bad Romances of Horror

    With our inaugural issue of FANTASTICA hitting exclusively in our upcoming Valentine’s Box, we over here at FANGORIA would like to give you fright fans a taste of what to expect. And with Valentine’s Day itself creeping around the corner, it’s only appropriate for our focus to turn to the more romantic aspects of the horror genre. However, as fright films will frequently remind us, love hurts (and mutilates and maims and kills), and so our first FANTASTICA PRESENTS will cover the baddest, bloodiest types of horror romances…

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    Shadowvision: “THE EXORCIST III”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black and white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition. 

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    ROTHWATCH ’15: Lionsgate Seduces “KNOCK KNOCK” Into Acquisition

    With yesterday’s inaugural Rothwatch of 2015, news on Eli Roth productions has been coming at the highest rate in recent memory. And with Roth still making the Sundance press rounds following the world premiere of his latest horror film, KNOCK KNOCK, there’s a chance that we will be hearing more from the director in the very near future. But this latest Rothwatch actually comes courtesy from the folks over at Variety, as KNOCK KNOCK has now found a home over at Lionsgate.

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    Exclusive Clip: Robert Englund Opens Your Eyes to “FEAR CLINIC”

    Fans of the late, great FEARnet may remember one of the highlights of their original programming was FEAR CLINIC, the web series starring the likes of Robert Englund, Danielle Harris and Kane Hodder. And those same fans have likely been awaiting Robert Hall’s film extension of the series, which is finally reaching horror fans in a matter of weeks. But in anticipation for the film’s release, Anchor Bay and FANGORIA are bringing fans an exclusive creepy clip from FEAR CLINIC!

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    “THE STRANGERS” Will Return; New Director Lined up

    Considering its massive box office success and its generally universal acclaim from horror fans and critics alike, it has always been somewhat of a surprise that THE STRANGERS has never had a sequel. After all, it wasn’t like there was no interest behind the scenes, as director Bryan Bertino had often talked about the grisly places his masked murderers could go. Yet the pieces never came together, for whatever reason, until now, as The Wrap reports THE STRANGERS 2 is definitely a-go.

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    For Your Consideration: The Best Wide Release Horror Film Nominees of 2014!

    With voting season now open on the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards, fans are putting their minds at work to select their favorites out of every potential nominee. However, judging by our FANGORIA Facebook feedback, there weren’t many fans of the 2014 studio releases this year, especially compared to the stellar roster in 2013. And considering that the amount of theaters needed to justify a wide release was 600+, that meant our pool of horror nominees was slim, and even slimmer when looking for quality among the bunch. However, we were able to cull together five nominees who were just a cut above the rest, and now, we’d like to take a minute to shed a light upon them.

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    Exclusive First Stills; Teaser: Chris Alexander’s “FEMALE WEREWOLF”

    Longtime FANGORIA fans know that outside of crafting the world’s longest running horror rag, FANGORIA, Chris Alexander has also pursued his passion for filmmaking, having made a duo of demented genre pieces with BLOOD FOR IRINA and QUEEN OF BLOOD. And now in production on his latest film, the aptly titled FEMALE WEREWOLF, Alexander has given FANGORIA readers the exclusive first look at the film with its inaugural teasers and stills!

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    ROTHWATCH ’15: “KNOCK KNOCK” Teased; “GREEN INFERNO” Updated

    It may be hard for some to believe, but it’s been nearly a decade since an Eli Roth-directed film has hit theaters, with most of his work being on the producing level or short form contributions to the work of Quentin Tarantino. However, Roth fans should be excited to know that 2015 may be the director’s most crowded year to date, as the filmmaker is returning in a big, bad way. And with his latest directorial effort currently at Sundance, Roth has offered updates on his frightening features.

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