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    Exclusive: Fulci, “C.H.U.D.” and More Make Up El Rey’s “MonstroCity Marathon”!

    Fright fans might want to clear their calendars because things are going to get ugly at the El Rey Network this weekend. That’s right; FANGORIA has gotten the exclusive first look at the full line-up for El Rey’s MonstroCity Movie Marathon, which starts on Saturday, April 25th at 6:15 p.m. EST. And El Rey is not skimping on the gore either, with a truly bloody quartet of splattery creature features for your entertainment.

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    Event Report: “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3” Into The Further 4D Experience!

    While this may seem somewhat of a generic mantra for a horror fan, this writer is always searching for that next big scare. As haunted house experiences get more and more interactive and the media landscape changes, that search becomes increasingly adventurous and new. But while I’ve experienced horror in theme park attractions, theaters, haunts, video games and many more places, I’ve yet to experience horror in the world of virtual reality. However, INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 was willing to change that with their now-touring ‘Into The Further 4D Experience’.

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    Now Announcing: The STARLOG Archive Box!

    Before FANGORIA.com… before the internet… there was STARLOG! One of the first major science fiction and fantasy magazines, STARLOG was the forefront for all things pop culture, and remains a treasure trove of unproduced imaginative projects from throughout sci-fi history. And that’s before the groundbreaking interviews, incredible and exclusive artwork and comprehensive guides of the cinema and literature from around the world! But with STARLOG going dormant, the availability of physical back issues has been strictly through auction sites and specialty houses…. until now!

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    “THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH” (Blu-ray Review)

    It’s not easy being a sequel, especially when you’re the sequel to an acclaimed remake of an acclaimed film based off an acclaimed novel and produced by the grandaddy of horror houses, Hammer. But in any case, being a sequel such as THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2 is even harder considering the nature of the first film, which took stock in hard-to-replicate environmental scares instead of cheap jump scares. And while THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH isn’t quite as effective as it should be, the film still makes an admirable and classy attempt at capturing the literal and figurative spirit of the first film.

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    Toys of Terror #50: The “Best Of” Special!

    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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    Exclusive Pic; Announcement: Oscilloscope Labs Nabs Festival Fave “BODY”

    When it comes to genre entertainment, a sign that a genre film is truly unique, surreal and of high caliber is when it lands at Oscilloscope Laboratories. The distributor behind flicks like RARE EXPORTS, BELLFLOWER, WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT KEVIN and COHERENCE, Oscilloscope’s releases often have an exploratory nature to them, venturing into directions and content that is ultimately much different than fans expect, and often to their delight. So with that in mind, Dan Berk and Robert Olsen’s acclaimed thriller BODY just skyrocketed towards this writer’s “must-see” list as the film has officially been acquired for North American distribution by O-Scope.

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    “EVERLY” (FANTASTICA Blu-Ray Review)

    For genre fans, EVERLY is, on many levels, Joe Lynch’s time to shine without lingering in any specific shadow. While the Troma graduate has made good over the years and developed his skills as a filmmaker, his previous feature films, WRONG TURN 2 and KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM, have largely operated against the reputation of a franchise or, in case of the latter, behind the scenes problems. But with EVERLY, Lynch had the chance to create a bloody and badass tale in a universe of his own design, and while the film hits peaks and valleys narratively, the sense of passion in Lynch’s cinematic voice is unmistakable.

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    “BATES MOTEL: Season 3, Episode 7″ (TV Review)

    After last week’s intense and demented hour of BATES MOTEL, one of the series’ highlights to date, this week provides a much more low key affair. Tending to the interpersonal drama with only glimpses of brooding horror, the ominously titled “The Last Supper” follows the immediate recourse of last week’s episode and is much slower paced. However, in this rather ho-hum episode lies some necessary developments for both characters and subplots, and with the show ending on a high note for Norma and Co., one can’t help but feel that fate has carved a deep, dark valley for the Bates family.

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    “ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK” (Blu-ray Review)

    Of all the releases from beloved specialty distributor Scream Factory, it’s hard to argue that there was nothing on their 2015 slate as exciting as their reissue of John Carpenter’s ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK. Sporting a brand new 2K transfer and a full second disc loaded with new features, Scream offered Carpenter completists the definitive ESCAPE Blu-ray, superior to previous releases in every way. Luckily, Scream has put their money where their mouth is, constructing an in-depth and gorgeous package that is guaranteed to impress even the most jaded Carpenter fanatic.

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    Stanley Film Festival ’15: Visionary Award Winner, Panels, 3D Experience Announced

    For those keeping tabs here at FANGORIA.com, the Stanley Film Festival is one of 2015’s most exciting genre experiences of the year. Blending interactive events, alternate reality games, and a horror-centric film festival, Stanley Film Festival has given fright fans more than enough incentive to check out the supposedly haunted hotel (which served as the inspiration for THE SHINING). Yet it turns out SFF 2015 has a few more surprises up their sleeve, as they announced yesterday the recipient of their annual Visionary Award as well as the full line-up of panels and interactive experiences.

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  • Q&A: Director Tom Harper talks “THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2″

    As any horror fan knows, Hammer is often considered the gold standard for vintage horror, implementing just the right amount of class, elegance, environment and imagination to old school scare fare. And with their recent revival, those aesthetics have been adapting to the times, adding a more visceral and creepy edge to horror stories that still hold a high regard for performance and scope that was executed perfectly with 2012’s THE WOMAN IN BLACK. Of course, those expectations remained with the sequel, THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH, which ushered in a deeper and darker look at the mythology of it’s titular terror. FANGORIA recently spoke to THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2’s director Tom Harper to talk about living up to the legacy of the first film, the 1983 novella and his own cinematic voice…

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    Q&A: Director Gregory Levasseur goes inside “THE PYRAMID”

    It’s always an interesting experience when a prolific producer makes their way to the director’s chair. For film fans, that leap provides a more personal look at the whispering voices behind numerous great productions, offering a new directorial voice via a familiar sensibility. And in the horror genre, this dynamic is even more interesting as fright fans have a chance to explore what these producers really find scary.

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