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    Q&A: Sam Witwer on “BEING HUMAN’s” Fourth Season & More

    Who could have predicted that television would’ve been such a boon for the genre? Ten years ago, horror on television was virtually non-existent, or at best unabashedly campy due to the restrictions of standards and practices that butchered any fright film that made the transition to TV. Yet as censorship has become more relaxed and horror grows further and further into the eyes of casual audiences, horror seems to be everywhere on the small screen, whether it be on gory premium cable programming or brooding broadcast series.

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    Fango Preview: “CASTLEVANIA: LORDS OF SHADOW 2″

    Are you a CASTLEVANIA maniac? I remember playing the earlier installments growing up, reveling in the cool gameplay and Gothic-inspired inspired designs of the game, but as time went on, I lost touch with the series. So imagine my surprise as FANGORIA was invited to test out the latest addition to the series, CASTLEVANIA: LORDS OF SHADOW 2.

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    EXCL: Ray Wise Confirms “TWIN PEAKS” Lynch-directed Blu-ray Promo

    It’s been 25 years (story-wise) since the world followed Agent Dale Cooper and his investigations into the surreal and horrifying town of TWIN PEAKS, breaking new ground in television and amassing a huge audience and enduring cult fanbase. Now, after a casting call for a TWIN PEAKS promo, purportedly directed by series co-creator David Lynch himself, rumors began to swell that we would see, however briefly, more of the PEAKS universe for the show’s upcoming Blu-ray release. This rumor was especially titillating as it would coincide with Laura Palmer’s posthumous sentiments to Agent Cooper and give the first new PEAKS to the generations that have discovered it in the years since its cancellation.

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    “RAZE” (Movie Review)

    How does one, as a storyteller, approach a film about women fighting to the death in a grisly secret tournament without risking accusations of misogyny? Without much grey area in the moral spectrum, one could approach the project exploitatively, harking back to the era of women-in-prison films or the ‘80s’ antiheroine actioners. Otherwise, one could attempt to focus on the characters, making an introspective study on morality and gender subversion while using extreme visuals to help prove the hypothesis.

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    EXCL: Gilford on First “PURGE 2″ Plot Details

    Although horror hitmaker Blumhouse Productions has had their hands full currently with PARANORMAL ACTIVITY: THE MARKED ONES, they’ve also just begun production on their next scheduled sequel, THE PURGE 2. And while, as usual, details have been scant, FANGORIA has gotten some exclusive comments on the film, as well as whether or not we’ll be seeing some familiar faces.

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    Q&A: Alice Eve Talks “COLD COMES THE NIGHT”

    Among the glut of often derivative or uninspired psychological thrillers in the marketplace these days, Tze Chun’s COLD COMES THE NIGHT is a visually striking and intense story of blue-collar intrigue that follows a Russian hitman, a corrupt police officer and the desperate, deceptive woman between them. The latter role is inhabited by Alice Eve, markedly playing against type in this brutal and suspenseful indie film.

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    Q&A: Zachary Quinto on “BANSHEE CHAPTER”

    Psychotropic horror has been growing in popularity, as the genre further explores the dark side of mind expansion and imaginative filmmakers have found new ways to link these fears to the supernatural. One such connection is presented in BANSHEE CHAPTER, and one of those creators is actor-turned-producer Zachary Quinto, who spoke to FANGORIA about bringing it to the screen.

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    Horror/comedy “KILL ME NOW” makes on-line debut

    Are you bummed out by the oh-so-serious horror fare invading theaters over the next few weeks? Well, fortunately, there’s a new horror/comedy venture that’s only a click away, as the people behind the independently produced KILL ME NOW have eschewed theaters and VOD, self-distributing the film through it’s official website.

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    “PARANORMAL ACTIVITY” scribe hints at franchise finale

    Is there any horror franchise at the moment that’s as divisive as PARANORMAL ACTIVITY? While many are seeing franchise fatigue, especially after THE MARKED ONES’ disappointing opening-weekend numbers, others can’t get enough of the silly and freaky places that the franchise’s mythology is taking audiences. However, if you’re getting the feeling that things are beginning to lean toward a definitive climax, you’re not the only one.

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