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    Exclusive Clip: Adam Massey’s “THE INTRUDERS,” Screening in L.A. Via FANGORIA Tomorrow!

    West Coast FANGORIA Fans! Lend us your eyes! You’ve likely been following FANGORIA’s upcoming screening of Adam Massey’s THE INTRUDERS, which sports a cast that includes Miranda Cosgrove, Donal Logue, Austin Butler and Tom Sizemore. And with little over 24 hours before the screening, FANGORIA has another exclusive clip highlighting a scarier sequence from the film…

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    For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Supporting Actor 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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    “DIGGING UP THE MARROW” (Film Review)

    To the horror community, Adam Green is a lot of things. To some, Green is a filmmaker, one who has found success and proven his versatility in a variety of horror subgenres. To others, Green is a personality among the genre, one whose enthusiasm for horror rivals that of his biggest fans and has parlayed said passion into a podcast, a sitcom and many convention appearances. But in his latest film, DIGGING UP THE MARROW, Green presents himself in a new light, offering a version of himself as both a documentarian and an amateur monster hunter at the risk of his own career. And while one might be able to criticize Green’s ability to carry a film as a leading man, even as himself, the monster hunting aspect isn’t even the most unbelievable aspect of MARROW; that would be Green’s portrayal of himself as professionally self-destructive, especially at the cost of his own passion project.

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    Q&A: Dana Melanie talks “TREEHOUSE”

    With the world of independent horror, it’s a refreshing surprise when a filmmaker approaches the backwoods horror formula with a focus on suspense as opposed to gore and brutality. Not only can critics tell the difference between a genuinely intense horror film in that ilk, but also the talent and fright fans. Luckily for TREEHOUSE, their leading lady, Dana Melanie, is a fright fan herself, and in a chat with FANGORIA, she talks TREEHOUSE, inspiration and working with ZOMBIE DIARIES director Michael Bartlett…

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    Q&A: Adam Green on “DIGGING UP THE MARROW”, Part Two

    With DIGGING UP THE MARROW, genre vet Adam Green closes a long-in-development chapter in his life, offering fans his first feature length directorial follow-up to 2010’s HATCHET 2 as well as his first leading role in a film. Yet DIGGING UP THE MARROW also opens doors for Green as well, posing several questions and building a monstrous world for Green to one day revisit. In the second part of our extensive chat with Green, the director talks what didn’t make the film, the changing distribution platform for MARROW and where his career will go next…

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    New Trailer: M. Night Shymalan’s Event Series, “WAYWARD PINES”

    With a title like WAYWARD PINES and a suspiciously similar synopsis, M. Night Shymalan’s upcoming event series for FOX had drawn many preliminary comparisons to David Lynch’s TWIN PEAKS. However, one might not expect how much the show appears to lean towards the side of horror, and in this first trailer, WAYWARD PINES appears to be less PEAKS and more close to a contemporary genre take on THE PRISONER.

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    Toys of Terror #42

    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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    Q&A: “WYRMWOOD” Director Kiah Roache-Turner on Zombies, Remakes and the “ROAD OF THE DEAD”

    With the continued complaints about the excess of post-WALKING DEAD zombie media, one of the biggest breaths of fresh air was WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD, a frenetic and captivating tale of post-apocalyptic anarchy with a near-perfect balance of humor and horror. Evoking as many gasps as it did laughs, WYRMWOOD marks another genre gem for the excellent IFC Midnight as well as the introduction of a fright filmmaker to watch in Australian director Kiah Roache-Turner. FANGORIA recently caught up with Roache-Turner, who spoke about zombie origins, the various versions of WYRMWOOD and the idea of bringing the ROAD OF THE DEAD to the U.S….

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    Neill Blomkamp to Direct Next “ALIEN” Sequel, “PROMETHEUS 2″ to Follow

    So, if you’re an ALIEN fan, you probably remember STARLOG‘s report earlier this year when DISTRICT 9 director Neill Blomkamp blew everyone’s minds with a bunch of seemingly independently produced ALIEN concept art and sculpts. The art promised a ton of incredibly cool and intriguing concepts, including the impossible return of Corporal Hicks, Ripley in a bio-mechanic Xenomorph suit and a Queen Alien let loose in what appeared to be a manmade environment. Yet in showing the art, Blomkamp did so with a defeated indifference, crushing the hopes that fans might see these concepts come to fruition… until now.

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    Women in Horror Month: Gale Anne Hurd, the Harbinger of Mainstream Horror

    While February is primarily 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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