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    Exclusive Trailer Premiere: ’80s Retro Slasher “LOST AFTER DARK”

    Lately, one of the most appreciated revivals in the horror genre has been the full-on return to aesthetics of the ‘80s. With imaginative filmmakers exploring their low budget surroundings with an innate understanding of what made those cheap chillers in the ‘80s so enjoyable, seeing the aesthetics of that specific era again always warms a genre fans heart. And luckily, fans might be getting another dose of that ‘80s insanity with Ian Kessner’s LOST AFTER DARK, and FANGORIA is proud to premiere the exclusive first trailer for the fright film.

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    “MULHOLLAND DRIVE”, “THE BROOD” comes to Criterion Blu this October!

    So far, 2015 has proven to be a fruitful year for collectors of horror Blu-rays, with more and more obscure and beloved horror titles being announced with each passing week. And while this writer’s horror Blu-ray wishlist hasn’t quite been fulfilled, he can cross off at least two of the titles on there, as Criterion announced yesterday that both David Lynch’s MULHOLLAND DRIVE and David Cronenberg’s THE BROOD will be coming to Blu-ray this year, courtesy of the specialty home media distributor.

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    Horror-centric Streaming Service Shudder now available in Open Beta

    While Netflix has served as a gamechanger in terms of content in general, the world of video streaming has truly been a boon to horror fans as it has opened an instantaneous availability to foreign, indie and forgotten fright flicks that might not even be on home video. However, while buzz has built around the service in Beta status, the horror-centric streaming service Shudder is now looking to provide horror hounds with a treasure trove of terror streaming at their fingertips!

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: 5 Things I Learned From Tom Holland’s “MONSTER PARTY” Appearance

    With yesterday’s debut of the first episode of MONSTER PARTY as a part of the FANGORIA Podcast Network, FANGORIA fans were treated to an excellent two-hour chat with horror master Tom Holland as well as hosts Matt Weinhold, Larry Strothe, Shawn Sheridan and James Gonis. And in this engaging episode, the candid filmmaker offered some truly jaw-dropping revelations about his storied career, including behind the scenes stories from CHILD’S PLAY, FRIGHT NIGHT and more. So for those who need a little more convincing to give this episode of MONSTER PARTY a listen, here’s five things this writer learned from Tom Holland’s honest chat about his history of horror…

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    Toys of Terror #61: San Diego Comic Con 2015 Edition

    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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    The Cutting Room: Vincenzo Natali talks “HANNIBAL”, “AMERICAN GODS” and more…

    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new weekly column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the features, 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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    FANTASTICA Presents: Inside The Cult of Craig R. Baxley, The Prophet of Action Cinema

    While typing up this week’s entry of FANTASTICA Presents, the thought crossed my mind that perhaps the reader might not know who Craig R. Baxley is. Of course, it was a fleeting thought that should have no merit in the real world, but in the off-chance that someone has been living some bizarre alternate reality where Craig R. Baxley isn’t a part of their immediate cinematic language alongside the likes of Steven Spielberg, John Carpenter, Stanley Kubrick and James Cameron, I might as well attempt to provide an explanation. And really, there is no better fitting explanation towards the work of Craig R. Baxley than to say that the stuntman-turned-director is nothing short of a Prophet of Action Cinema, whose contributions to the genre should not only be celebrated but worshipped as a higher power of adrenaline-fueled ascents into explosion-laden nirvana.

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune Into The Latest “MONSTER PARTY”, Featuring Special Guest Tom Holland!

    When curating the FANGORIA Podcast Network, one of the biggest draws to the MONSTER PARTY podcast was just how conversational the program so consistently felt. Rather than feel like a broadcasted radio show, MONSTER PARTY felt like genuinely hanging around horror fans with charm, knowledge and passion, and what guest would be more suited for their very first episode as a part of the FANGORIA Podcast Network than the charming, knowledgeable and passionate Tom Holland?

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    “THE STRAIN: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON (COLLECTOR’S EDITION)” (Blu-ray Review)

    Following the massive success of THE WALKING DEAD, one of the coolest announcements to come from the flood of horror coming to cable was that of Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s THE STRAIN. Having been a fan of the book trilogy (which actually helped this writer keep his sanity when electricity and heat were absent in the wake of Hurricane Sandy), the idea of del Toro and Hogan bringing their unique vision of vampirism and anarchy to serialized television was especially enticing. However, when the pilot hit, this writer found the intriguing and technically wonderful pilot episode to not quite have been the home run he was looking for, and after 4 episodes of the series, I felt that the need to cover every aspect of the book (and then some) had grown tiresome. So when the opportunity arose to revisit and finish the series in a brand-spankin’-new collector’s edition, complete with a miniature bust of The Master’s head, this writer tempered his expectations and jumped in headfirst.

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    Stream to Scream: “THE DEN”

    While many fright fans were surprised that it took the film industry so long to bring a supernaturally charged digital horror film like UNFRIENDED to the table (FEARDOTCOM not withstanding), the reason may be more simple than you could have imagined. As every reader of this column can tell you, the internet can actually be a genuinely dangerous place, and hence, the fear that can be culled from the human horror of the ‘net has been a much more logical endeavor. And while the idea of telling a scary story from the POV of a computer screen may inherently disinterest some, those horror hounds might miss some genre gems as a result, including Zachary Donohue’s online chiller THE DEN.

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    Q&A: Patrick Brice and Mark Duplass talk “CREEP” Trilogy Plans

    It’s been a long road for Patrick Brice’s CREEP, but perhaps the path less taken proved to be fruitful for the enigmatic fright flick, which certainly goes beyond what some may expect from a routine stalker flick. But now, that road has finally lead to a destination, with the film debuting on iTunes shortly before taking on a new life via Netflix. With the film drawing buzz and dominating the VOD charts, FANGORIA caught up with CREEP star Mark Duplass and director Patrick Brice to talk about the film, the trilogy rumors and creating a slow-burn found footage flick that lives up to its title…

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