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    Stream to Scream: “THE EYE 2″

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: The Pang Brothers’ disturbing haunter “THE EYE 2.”

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    Event Report: “CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST” in 35mm at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers with Robert Kerman Q&A

    Over the past week, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers has served as host for several awesome events for horror hounds. This past thursday, they hosted a screening of Blue Underground’s 4K restoration of Larry Cohen’s bonkers NY horror GOD TOLD ME TO, and a day later, offered fright fans a chance to see Brian De Palma’s perverse REAR WINDOW homage BODY DOUBLE. But the Alamo’s top tier horror event was none other than Saturday’s 35mm screening of the ever-controversial CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (sponsored by Mondo and Chiller), with star Robert Kerman in attendance for a candid post-screening Q&A.

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    Exclusive Stills; Home Media News: Romain Basset’s “HORSEHEAD”

    If you’re a loyal FANGORIA reader, you may be familiar with Romain Basset’s freaky French fright flick HORSEHEAD, which premiered at last year’s FANTASTIC FEST. Since then, the film has been acquired by Artsploitation for U.S. release, and today, FANGORIA has learned that HORSEHEAD will be given the star treatment via Black Fawn Distribution, who have announced they’re handling HORSEHEAD’s Canadian home media later this year, and have given FANGORIA some exclusive stills from the film to go with it!

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    For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Series!

    With the Chainsaw Award voting still in session, FANGORIA believes that every nominee deserves a fair shot at the award in question. Yet when it comes to performances, the objective nature of cinema really takes a hold of the voter: fans of one kind of particular horror may disregard a contender altogether if they believe their project to be not their “type of horror.” Nevertheless, FANGORIA wants to shine a light on these nominees to give voters a better understanding of what makes their performances stand out within the genre this year.

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    Contest: Win a Horror Digital HD Prize Pack!

    Hello, beasts and ghouls! Though FANGORIA tries to keep you up with the latest and greatest horror happenings from around the world, we understand how difficult (and expensive) it is to see all the scare fare the world has to offer. So FANGORIA has decided we’re going to give a lucky fan a chance to increase their libraries with a Digital HD prize pack of five fright flicks with a monthly give-away!

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    NY! Meet “SNOWPIERCER” Director Bong Joon-ho at the Jacob Burns Film Center this March!

    Any horror hound worth their weight in fandom knows that one of the top contributors to chilling cinema in the world is South Korea. Bringing to the fray directors such as Park Chan-wook and Kim Ji-woon, horror filmmaking has become a mastered craft in South Korea, especially so when the lines of genre become blurred. And luckily for NY-based fright fans, you’ll get a chance to meet one of the strongest Korean genre filmmakers of them all, as SNOWPIERCER director Bong Joon-ho will be making his way to the Big Apple for a retrospective series at the Jacob Burns Film Center!

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    Q&A: “THE FOLLOWING” Executive Producer Alexi Hawley talks Season 3

    In terms of televised terror, there’s few network shows that can stand alongside the brutal and buzzworthy horror shows that cable has to offer. However, one of the proven titles has been THE FOLLOWING, the shocking procedural that encapsulates cult horror, serial killer thrillers and psychological horror all at once. And with the show entering it’s third season tonight, FANGORIA caught up with executive producer Alexi Hawler to talk about THE FOLLOWING, the fate of Joe Carroll and what visceral places the show may go next…

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    Exclusive Clip: The Dead Rise in “DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER”

    While most horror fans are understandably skeptical of video game adaptations within the genre, the first trailer for DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER has definitely helped to silence skeptics. And with Zach Lipovsky’s chaotic zombie opus being released exclusively on Crackle in less than a month, FANGORIA has a brand new clip from WATCHTOWER (which you can see below) that brings the blood!

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    Exclusive First Photos: Moroccan Monster Movie “ACHOURA”

    As the first in fright for over 35 years, FANGORIA has prided itself on bringing the horror community unique and frightening visions from around the world. After all, some of the scariest, goriest and surreal films have come from beyond U.S. borders, and many of them have found their way into our FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards this year. And following in that tradition of bringing horror hounds freaky foreign fright fare, FANGORIA has an exclusive look at a truly new tale of terror, as we have the first pictures and official synopsis for the very first monster movie shot in Morocco: Talal Selhami’s ACHOURA!

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    Fantastica Presents: A Q&A with Liv Corfixen and Nicolas Refn of “MY LIFE DIRECTED BY NICOLAS WINDING REFN”

    By now, cinephiles are familiar with the idea of a behind-the-scenes documentary; in fact, they’ve basically become a standard operating procedure for even independent productions. Yet few documentaries take you truly behind the scenes and into the lives of the people who make the film, and even fewer as as transfixing as MY LIFE DIRECTED BY NICOLAS WINDING REFN.

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    For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Actress

    While the FANGORIA Chainsaw Award season is currently underway, there are many difficult decisions to be made during the voting process. Sometimes, narrowing down a vote to only one choice is a difficult task, especially when more than one nominee truly deserves the award. And often times, this is a dilemma that directly affects the Best Actress category, as some of the female performances in a given year remind horror fans that there can be some heavy duty horror acting without necessarily being a slave to the “Scream Queen” moniker.

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