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    “COLLECTOR”, “SAW” Sequel Duo to ‘Recalibrate’ “HALLOWEEN” Franchise

    If you’ve been an ardent horror fan for the past decade, you’re likely familiar with the names Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan. The screenwriting duo that brought the genre every SAW sequel since SAW 4 as well as THE COLLECTOR (and it’s sequel), the FEAST films and PIRANHA 3DD. And while the duo have found themselves attached to many projects since, there’s none as prolific as the title announced today, as The Hollywood Reporter revealed that Melton and Dunstan will be taking on writing duties for the next entry into the HALLOWEEN franchise.

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    Fango Flashback: “ALTERED STATES”

    There are many words to describe filmmaker Ken Russell: brilliant, provocative, enigmatic, self-destructive. But if there’s one word that you cannot attribute to Russell, it would be “accessible,” as the filmmaker took pride in challenging audiences around the globe with his particularly unsubtle brand of cinema. Yet while Russell has flirted with mainstream appeal occasionally, specifically with TOMMY and CRIMES OF PASSION, the closest he’s ever done so in the horror genre is likely the trippy and terrifying ALTERED STATES.

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    First Looks: Riley Stearns’ “FAULTS”, Ben Wheatley’s “HIGH RISE”

    With all the news coming down recently about the big-budget studio horrors of 2015, sometimes it’s easy to forget some of the fright films on FANGORIA’s peripheral vision. Yet in those instances, FANGORIA’s expectations are often easily trumped, especially when those indie horrors are the likes of Ben Wheatley’s HIGH RISE and Riley Stearns’ FAULTS.

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    First Poster, Trailer: “POLTERGEIST” (2015)

    Yesterday, FANGORIA offered a first look at Gil Kenan’s POLTERGEIST remake, produced by Sam Raimi and with a stellar cast (including 2015 Chainsaw Nominee Jared Harris). From those images, this writer was a bit skeptical as how the film would be handling recreating the iconic moments from the original. But now that Universal Pictures has unleashed the first trailer and poster from the film, consider that skepticism rescinded.

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    Exclusive Announcement, Q&A: Paracinema’s Justin LaLiberty talks Monday Night Thread-Up!

    Last month, FANGORIA reported on February’s upcoming edition of Paracinema Magazine’s Monday Night Thread-Up, a monthly series at the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers showcasing obscure and cult genre cinema. And with CHAINED HEAT on the horizon, FANGORIA got the exclusive first announcement of the next three Monday Night Thread-Up titles, all of which are to be shown on 35mm film for only five dollars!

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    For Your Consideration: The Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Actor in a TV Series!

    As FANGO fans likely know, voting season for the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards is a very unique time for the company and horror lovers everywhere. Therefore, FANGORIA wants to make sure every nominee gets their fair due, and thus, we’ve been highlighting the nominees week by week to give greater insight to our choices. And yet in some categories, including Best Actor in a TV Series, the nominations are no brainers, even if the pool of potential nominees in fairly crowded.

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    FANTASTICA Presents: Bloody, Never-Before-Seen Shots from “MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D”!

    With our inaugural issue of FANTASTICA hitting exclusively in our upcoming Valentine’s Box, of which there are a VERY limited number still for sale, 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. And thanks to MY BLOODY VALENTINE scribe Todd Farmer, who spoke exclusively about the film and it’s never-realized sequel for FANTASTICA #1, FANGORIA has gotten our creepy claws on some bloody, never-before-seen behind-the-scenes shots from MY BLOOD VALENTINE 3D, which you can see below!

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    Women in Horror Month: Debra Hill, the Mother of “HALLOWEEN”

    While February is commonly considered to the Black History Month, genre fans have also adopted the month for another cause: Women in Horror Month, recognizing and celebrating the often underappreciated women who help make the genre what it is today. While by no means demeaning the work of men within the genre, Women in Horror Month asks horror fans to turn their eyes beyond just the scream queens and final girls, but rather to the hard-working women who struggle to make great work specifically for the genre they love. Therefore, FANGORIA is celebrating Women in Horror Month by shining a light on some of the most instrumental women to the development of horror as we know it…

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    First Images: Gil Kenan’s “POLTERGEIST” Remake; Trailer Hitting Tomorrow

    One of the biggest mysteries of 2015’s horror slate is MONSTER HOUSE director Gil Kenan’s remake of POLTERGEIST, as much information about the Sam Raimi-produced film has been kept tightly under wraps. But today, USA Today revealed the first look at the film, which shows some of the original’s most iconic moments brought back to life.

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    Toys of Terror #40

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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    Exclusive Q&A, Merch; New Clip: “THE WALKING DECEASED”

    Loyal FANGORIA readers are likely familiar with THE WALKING DECEASED, the upcoming parody of zombie media that guarantees a bloodier, more absurd product than mainstream spoofs could provide. And with the world premiere of the film coming at this Friday’s Days of the Dead convention in Atlanta, FANGORIA has a new batch of exclusives on the project, as well as a first look at the film itself!

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