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  • Brian Collins’ “HORROR MOVIE A DAY” Book Hits Paperback; Announces L.A. Signing!

    For those who are longtime readers of FANGORIA, the name ‘Brian Collins’ should be one you’re familiar with. Not only has Brian made strong contributions to FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com over the years, but he’s also gone out of his way to support FANGORIA at his other outlets, including his current homebase (and perhaps the best analytical cinema news outlet) BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. However, horrorheads might best know Brian for his insane, in-depth blog entitled HORROR MOVIE A DAY, in which Collins watched a different horror movie every day for over six years. Now, Collins has sifted through the 2500 terror titles in his inaugural literary outing, aptly titled HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK, and after a successful eBook run, the book is now available on Paperback!

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  • Celebrate Memorial Day Weekend with NYZ Apocalypse’s “Trump Zombie” Experience!

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    Over the past several months, the Long Island-based immersive laser-rifle walkthrough experience NYZ Apocalypse has marked several holidays with terrifying theme shows, including “Santapocalypse” and Valentine’s Day’s “The Loving Dead.” However, this upcoming Memorial Day Weekend will offer their most controversial zombie-killing holiday to date: the NYZ “Trumpocalypse”! Complete with fully made-up/costumed zombie performers, sense-challenging levels and biting improv comedy, NYZ Apocalypse is throwing horrorheads into a horde of zombies in complete “Donald Trump” garb. And with the satirical experience being one of their most in-demand shows to date, fright fans are encouraged to pre-order tickets for the event, which takes place Friday, May 27th and Saturday, May 28th!

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  • “ROAD GAMES” to Receive 4K Blu-ray Treatment from Umbrella Entertainment!

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    While horror fans might best remember director Richard Franklin for movies such as PATRICK or PSYCHO II, this writer will forever sing his praises for a little film named ROAD GAMES. Franklin, a protege of Alfred Hitchcock, would craft out essentially “REAR WINDOW on a Highway,” with the one-and-only Stacy Keach as his Jimmy Stewart and Jamie Lee Curtis along for the ride. It’s an exceptional film, but sadly underseen by horror fans… but luckily, not for long.

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  • Found Footage… For Real: Annum Films’ Hilarious Faux Horror Trailers!

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    The art of the faux trailer is a delicate one. While faux trailers certainly can dish out more bang for your buck, it can certainly take a nosedive quicker than a standard short film as well. However, at least year’s Tromadance Film Festival in Brooklyn, NY, this writer discovered Brandon Bassham’s “The Annum Films Showcase,” a trio of questionably tasteful (but very hilarious) trailer for fake horror and exploitation trailers.

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  • “THE HUNTED TRIBE: DECLARATION OF WAR” (Book Review)

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    As someone who comes across myriad books, movies, comics and music on a daily basis, this writer must admit that there’s something refreshing about finding something that just feels unique. With the zeitgeist feeding the influences of so many writers, it’s difficult to really become lost in something that feels compelling and confident whilst being different from anything else out in the marketplace. Luckily, Roma Gray’s THE HUNTED TRIBE: DECLARATION OF WAR checks off all those categories and so much more, offering a tale of magic and monsters that feels simultaneously intense and personable.

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  • The Cutting Room: Lloyd Kaufman & Dylan Greenberg talk “NUKE ‘EM HIGH”, “AMITYVILLE: VANISHING POINT”

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    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the articles and interviews that didn’t make the cut, this column is dedicated to providing a greater lifeline between FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com.

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  • Say Hello To “THE BYE BYE MAN” In Its First Trailer!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported on the 6-month jump on STX Entertainment’s THE BYE BYE MAN, the upcoming horror offering from HOOD OF HORROR director Stacy Title starring Carrie-Anne Moss, Faye Dunaway and FANGORIA Hall of Fame inductee Doug Jones as the titular terror. Now, Entertainment Weekly premiered the NSFW first trailer for THE BYE BYE MAN, showing the frightful force on full display while selling the film’s visceral side!

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  • Stream to Scream: “REGRESSION”

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    Alejandro Amenabar’s REGRESSION feels as if it’s a horror offering lost in time. Had this film been conceived, made and released in the ‘90s, the time period in which the film takes place, REGRESSION could have really been an eerie, unsettling film. However, in a post-SIXTH SENSE, post-SESSION 9 genre film landscape, REGRESSION’s bookending chapters weigh down an otherwise terrifying film; a Polanski-esque thriller that plays around with interesting concepts before tearing them asunder in favor for ultra-realism.

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  • “JAWS” Sequels Officially Slated for Blu-ray!

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    Let’s be frank here: there’s no JAWS sequel that’s anywhere near the original masterpiece in terms of quality, and we’re not going to be the ones to argue that. However, the somewhat complicated relationship between horror fans and the JAWS sequels is one worth examining, especially considering how its evolved over the years. JAWS 2 is a particularly underrated film, JAWS 3 shouldn’t be completely written-off in spite of its flaws, and JAWS: THE REVENGE is a pretty terrible film horror fans keep going back to no matter how many times it hurts us. And if you’re a fan of the JAWS franchise as a whole, we’ve got some good news as Universal has officially (and finally) slated all three JAWS sequels for Blu-ray!

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  • Crossing Over: “CHEAP THRILLS”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, a column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • Netflix Writes Up Adam Wingard’s R-Rated “DEATH NOTE” Adaptation

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    Well, this is certainly an interesting development. While Netflix’s horror slate has mostly been acquisitions and three seasons of their original series HEMLOCK GROVE, Variety reports that the company is taking a big, bold step in the genre by picking up Adam Wingard’s DEATH NOTE, a feature film adaptation of the popular manga series.

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