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    SDCC15: “DAMIEN” Series Poster, Trailer is All For You

    There’s no doubt that horror has found a groove on television as of late, especially in the cable space where the creepy content is given the proper room to breathe and grow. And while A&E has found success with their take on the PSYCHO mythos, BATES MOTEL, further attempts to capitalize on the genre audience has proven less than fruitful. However, that may change with the introduction of their next show, DAMIEN, the serialized sequel to THE OMEN which released a brand new trailer and poster at San Diego Comic Con!

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    Exclusive Q&A: Doug Jones talks “THE STRAIN”, “CRIMSON PEAK”, “FALLING SKIES” and more…

    To the sci-fi and horror crowd, Doug Jones could very well be classified as geek royalty. The frequent Guillermo del Toro collaborator has been a presence in the genre for nearly thirty years, and has become synonymous as being one of the most versatile and impressive creature performers in the business. And for Jones, that mantle doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon, as the actor is now busier than ever: with TNT’s FALLING SKIES currently in its final season, Jones has taken up a recurring role on FX’s THE STRAIN while appearing in a slew of genre features, including the impending del Toro joint CRIMSON PEAK. With Jones returning to the great stage of San Diego Comic Con, FANGORIA talked to the actor about his latest genre endeavors, including playing dual roles and filling the shoes of a terrifying internet icon…

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    FANGO Flashback: “TICKS”

    Out of all the longtime genre filmmakers who have soldiered on year after year in the face of jaded audiences, changing marketplaces and plummeting budgets, there’s few that are as underappreciated as Brian Yuzna. An impressive director in his own right, Yuzna’s productions are completely representative of his reckless imagination, maniacal tonal shifts and unadulterated love for practical effects, and not nearly enough of his films are given the retrospective love that they deserve. And while sometimes the quality of his productions may be questionable, there’s no denying that his films are technically competent and a complete blast from start to finish, which is more than some can say about the half-baked efforts of more lauded horror masters.

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    “CONTAMINATION” (Blu-ray Review)

    As any hardcore horror fan can tell you, old school Italian horror has a very fascinating dynamic. On one hand, it’s provided some of the most elegant, transgressive and flat-out gorgeous cinema in the history of the genre. On the other hand, it has also provided some of the most hilariously inane and obvious rip-offs of all time, often times approached with a go-for-broke attitude. One-time video nasty CONTAMINATION definitely finds itself in the latter category, but once seeing the film, there’s little question as to why the fright flick managed to get the Arrow Blu-ray treatment: it’s next level bonkers, and it offer neither explanation or apologies for its insanity.

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    Exclusive: “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH, VOLUME 2″ Workprint to Screen at Tromadance 2015!

    Following the recent Kickstarter for finishing funds, Troma fans saw light on the horizon for the much-anticipated RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH VOLUME 2, the second chapter in the 40+ year old indie studios gory return to form. And while fans might have to wait a little bit longer to see the shiny, polished version that will eventually make its way to theaters, FANGORIA has exclusively learned that a work-in-progress cut of RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH VOLUME 2 will be screening on Friday, July 24th as a part of Troma’s esteemed Brooklyn-based film festival, Tromadance!

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    Event Report: FANGORIA’s Free “i-LIVED” Screening in NYC!

    Despite my natural enthusiasm for any-and-everything FANGORIA, call it company pride or what-you-will, there’s always something exciting about a free FANGO horror screening in New York City. Beyond being a great excuse for this writer to trek into the Big Apple, there is always a dependable feeling that the film that is being screened will be a fun time. That doesn’t always mean we’re going to be something genuinely terrifying or shocking, but any flick that goes through Tony Timpone’s vetting process usually winds up being a lot of fun, usually with an appreciative audience. And considering the rising costs of theaters and the desperation of exhibitors for profitable content, the chance to go to the theater with an audience full of fright fans is a welcome opportunity.

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    Toys of Terror #60

    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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    Contest: Win “THE BLUMHOUSE BOOK OF NIGHTMARES” with SDCC Exclusives!

    There’s no denying that the Blumhouse brand is at the top of its game at the moment, with one film still in theaters (INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3), one hitting this weekend (THE GALLOWS), one at the top of the VOD charts (CREEP) and a slate of films ready to take San Diego Comic Con by storm. But this week also marks another huge step in Blumhouse’s horror ventures: the written page, as THE BLUMHOUSE BOOK OF NIGHTMARES: THE HAUNTED CITY hit shelves everywhere, and Doubleday has a wealth of copies for those willing to share their nightmares with FANGORIA!

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    First Trailer, Exclusive Chat: Zane Holtz on “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES” Season Two!

    With FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES bursting out of the shadows of its cinematic predecessor, all eyes have been on the upcoming second season of the series and the expanding mythology within. Now, FANGORIA has the first trailer for the bloodthirsty show, giving us our first look at the new, the old and the nasty in action this time around. And to sweeten the pot, FANGORIA was able to chat exclusively with Chainsaw Award nominee Zane Holtz about reprising the role of Richie Gecko, the vampire variation on his performance and just how gory the series will get in its sophomore season…

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    Contest: Win Tickets to meet Eli Roth and “THE GREEN INFERNO” Cast at San Diego Comic Con!

    It’s been a long wait for most fright fans to see THE GREEN INFERNO, but the wait will soon be over as BH Tilt will be unleashing the Cannibal epic into theaters on September 25th. But for fans craving to get a taste of the fright flick before the fall, San Diego Comic Con is the place to be, and for six lucky FANGORIA fans, the GREEN INFERNO experience at SDCC 2015 will be a little more immersive with a once-in-a-lifetime giveaway!
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    Flesh and Blood: “THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD”

    As any fright fan knows, the horror genre has a particularly salacious relationship with sexually explicit content. And while nudity so often goes side by side with decapitated heads and brutal bloodletting, there are also horror filmmakers throughout the years who made an art form out of the human body with an appreciation of our most lurid and lucid desires. And it’s with that macabre mentality in mind that FANGORIA is proud to announce our partnership with Mr. Skin for a brand new NSFW column that looks to provoke our minds as well as our more physical impulses, FLESH AND BLOOD!

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    Stream to Scream: “MADHOUSE” (1974)

    With the recent passing of Christopher Lee, there was a blanket of sadness that covered the horror community as not only did we lose one of the greatest actors of all time, but the genre world lost the very last of the old guard. While legends such as Vincent Price, John Carradine, Peter Cushing and Peter Lorre had expired years beforehand, Lee was the last remaining icon from that era where class and commitment walked hand-in-hand with the horror genre, even when said work grew weary on these performers. However, in reality, that era ended over four decades beforehand with 1974’s MADHOUSE, the Amicus-American International Picture co-production that was the last of the classic horror vehicles that didn’t end up descending into full-on parody.

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