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    Q&A: Matt Weinhold, The Comedian With a Collection To Die For

    To many horror fans, the weight of your fandom is measured by the size of your collection. And for good reason: as conventions start growing with record-number attendances around the country, blue-blooded genre nuts are separating themselves from the rookies by hitting up the myriad booths of memorabilia and artwork that take up the exhibitors floor. Even better, though, is when these die-hard fright fanatics do good by the genre that they love, whether it’s by making films, such as esteemed collector (and now, cultural benefactor) Guillermo del Toro, or sporting it at their place-of-business, such as Kirk Hammett with his horror-inspired guitars.

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: David Lynch’s “BLUE VELVET”

    Welcome again, fans of Fango! Just as we ready ourselves to ring in the New Year, we decided to dig up something extra special for you all out of our archive. Luckily, we uncovered some extremely rare stills from the production of David Lynch’s mad opus, BLUE VELVET, as well as a letter to Fangoria’s Editor Emeritus, Tony Timpone!

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    Q&A: Ortiz, Ramirez & Valderrama on their time in the “SANITARIUM”

    The anthology film has become somewhat of a boon for up-and-coming horror filmmakers, acting as a way to present short format work as an affordable calling card without the limitation of exposure that hinders short films. Anthologies also give these filmmakers, many of whom are rooted in the independent scene, creative freedom that they normally wouldn’t get in a longer form project with higher budgets and more production scrutiny. Furthermore, the pressure of putting together a feature film is often spread over more than one filmmaker, which in and of itself can allow the director to focus on the necessary aspects of storytelling.

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    Kevin Smith Preparing Monster Christ Horror Comedy, “HELENA HANDBAG”

    There’s always a certain amount of skepticism towards a filmmaker who announces their retirement; after all, it’s against the nature of an artist to just stop making art altogether. So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a filmmaker that’s as constantly active as Kevin Smith has formally delayed his retirement plans, and has already announced his next project following his former swan song, CLERKS 3.

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    “LOST TAPES” To Remain So; Newly Titled “AMITYVILLE” Opens January 2015

    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported THE AMITYVILLE HORROR: THE LOST TAPES was “dead”, from a reliable source. Recently however, the validity of the claim was under fire after producer Jason Blum himself revealed the project was “still going.” “We’re going to make that movie and it’s very cool. But I don’t quite know when yet,” he said. Now we do: Blumhouse and Dimension’s AMITYVILLE will open January 2, 2015.

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    The Year in Horror: The Scariest Moments of 2013

    2013 was a banner year for horror, with successes on both the critical and commercial fronts from early winter right up until now, as horror season prepares to rev up once more. Amongst these films were some truly scary moments, some of which will rarely leave this author’s memory anytime soon. So as for a little bit of fun, here are this writer’s picks for the top ten scariest moments, from 2013’s most chilling cinematic offerings.

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “PREDATOR” (1987)

    It’s Christmas time, dear FANGORIA readers! And as so many of you ready yourselves from a visit from old Saint Nick, I’m sure you’ll each be preparing your stockings with a horror movie or two! And while rooting through our records, I remembered that one of the most anticipated 2013 Christmas releases for the horror fan would be the 3D Blu-ray reissue of one of this writer’s favorite horror/sci-fi hybrids, PREDATOR!

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    The Year in Horror, 2013: Ken Hanley’s Top Films

    It’s Christmas Time here at FANGORIA, and that means our year is rapidly exiting this mortal coil in order to bring us even more gruesome goodness in 2014. More importantly, it means we get to reflect on the year behind us, think about the things we liked and put them into lists in order to spur petty arguments and superfluous agreements!

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    Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over “WALKING DEAD” Profits

    Just when you thought his bark was worse than his bite, Frank Darabont has officially drawn blood in his feud with AMC, suing the network over a breach of contract regarding profits from the smash hit show THE WALKING DEAD. The suit, which was broken publicly by The Hollywood Reporter, alleged that Darabont had been planning action from before his exit on the show and might have attributed to his abrupt exit days after the 2011 Comic Con that truly showed the show’s potential for greener pastures.

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