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    FANTASTICA Presents: Law and Horror

    You’ve seen it before, you’ll see it again and you’ll see it coming from a mile away. It’s one of the most familiar plot devices in horror history: a family (or a married couple) will have just come in contact with some sort of malevolent force, and now, one of their own is injured or missing at the hands of said evil. Suddenly, someone grabs a phone, and without fail, someone will ask them who they’re calling. “We need to call the cops,” they’ll scream, exhausted and desperate by the ordeal. Suddenly, the phone is taken out of their hands by their loved one, who looks at them and spouts out a variation on the same line: “What are we going to tell them? _____ did this to our home? What will they think?” And with that simple line, the family (or couple) must turn to an outside source- often times an eccentric-type- to help them save their child and their lives.

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    Crossing Over: “THE ANDY DALY PODCAST PILOT PROJECT”

    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, our newest 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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    FANGO Flashback: Lucio Fulci’s “CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD”

    If it’s not an endurance test on your gag reflex, then a Fulci film it is not. The Italian master of gooey, gory cinema, Fulci may not be known for having the most ironclad stories in horror history as films like CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD run low on sense and high on intensity. Conversely, Fulci embraced the power of dream logic, using it as a launching point to tell tales of suspense and fear with beautiful visuals, nail-biting set pieces and a sheer disregard for good taste. And as any fan of the bonkers, occasionally long-winded CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD can tell you, Fulci puts his heart and soul into every frame of his films, which allows them to resonate and build his cult following even today.

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: Official Art for “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL” Podcast Revealed!

    While fans of eerie audio have been excited for new episodes of MONSTER PARTY and BLOOD LUST under the FANGORIA Podcast Network banner, many are wondering what to expect from the first FANGORIA Original Podcast, WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL. The commentary show hosted by comedian Joe DeRosa (BETTER CALL SAUL) and writer Patrick Walsh (IT’S ALWAYS SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA) which will largely focus on horror films streaming on various digital platforms, and knowing both artist’s sensibilities, will look to be a foul-mouthed and hilarious look at our beloved genre gems. And while the first episode of WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL aims to bite into audiences this August, FANGORIA has the exclusive official art for the podcast designed by FANGO’s own Robert Feldman (of DR. SHROUD fame), which you can see below!

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    The Cutting Room: Neil Gaiman talks “AMERICAN GODS”, Bryan Fuller’s Adaptation and Sequel Novel

    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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    Geeknation Renews “HOLLISTON” For Third Season, Ariescope Original Programming Now Live

    As fans of Adam Green and Joe Lynch’s podcast THE MOVIE CRYPT can tell you, 2014 was not the best year for the pair of fright filmmakers. After the dissolution of the independently produced show’s network, FEARnet, and the tragic death of HOLLISTON castmember Dave “Oderus Urungus” Brockie, HOLLISTON was left in limbo while Green and Lynch turned their attention to finishing their films DIGGING UP THE MARROW and EVERLY, respectively. However, after a long time of hints and teases, fans of HOLLISTON will be elated to know that the show will indeed return for a third season on Geeknation’s digital platform as exclusively revealed by Entertainment Weekly.

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    Stream to Scream: “HABIT” (1995)

    When a name like “Larry Fessenden” comes to mind, many different people can think of many different things. To some, Fessenden is a virtuoso character actor, slipping into small yet great (and often charismatic) roles into a myriad of horror projects, whether it be a lead role in Glenn McQuaid’s I SELL THE DEAD or a scene-stealing cameo on an episode of THE STRAIN. To others, Fessenden is a miniature magnate of independent horror, with his Glass Eye Pix production company helping launch the careers of Ti West, Jim Mickle and many more. But what Fessenden should be best known as is one of the best independent directors in the genre today, and an excellent example of that reputation is his 1995 psychosexual vampire film, HABIT.

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    Exclusive Q&A: Lloyd Kaufman talks Tromadance and “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH” release

    Unfiltered, honest and completely off the wall, there’s little question as to how Troma reflects the ideals and personality of the company’s fearless leader, Lloyd Kaufman. Aside from being a champion of independent film for over 40 years, Kaufman has also helped redefine the boundaries of genre filmmaking, implementing the splattery aesthetics of horror films and the raunchy humor of ‘80s sex comedies into genuinely satirical material. And it’s that love for counterculture and the brilliance of conveying high-brow social commentary into low-brow midnight movies that fuels this year’s Tromadance Film Festival, which hosts one of the most impressive line-ups in its 16-year legacy in 2015.

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    Caption Contest Results: 07/13 – 07/17

    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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    Announcement: Tromadance Releases Full Program Slate; FANGORIA to join Branding Panel!

    While Canada is abuzz with the horror shows at the Fantasia International Film Festival, New York is getting ready for this year’s most monumental exercise in questionable taste and true independent filmmaking with the Troma’s own Tromadance Film Festival! And with the event only one week away, Tromadance has revealed its full program to their legion of fans, and FANGORIA is proud to exclusively announce that we will be joining VICE, FRIGHTPIX and SiriusXM’s THE SAM ROBERTS SHOW  on Tromadance’s branding panel!

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    FANGORIA Musick artist Kardiac launches “IN THE PERIPHERAL” CD/DVD Release!

    For those who have kept a keen eye on FANGORIA Musick, one of the biggest announcements this year was the acquisition of underground horrorcore sensation Kardiac, who released his latest record IN THE PERIPHERAL via FANGORIA’s digital outlet. However, there were always horror fans who crave the real thing, and with that in mind, Kardiac has launched the CD release for IN THE PERIPHERAL alongside an accompanying DVD and poster!

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  • Q&A: Josh Leonard on “THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN”, “BATES MOTEL”

    From HATCHET to TRUE DETECTIVE to BATES MOTEL, actor Josh Leonard has kept one foot in the horror genre since launching his career as one of the trio of “filmmakers” from THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT. But Leonard has not had many opportunities like that of Alfonso Gomez-Rejon’s THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN remake, which posited the actor into a much more surreal project than he’s experienced in the genre. With the film now on the home video market, FANGORIA spoke to Leonard about his ill-fated genre characters, his stint on BATES MOTEL and entering THE TOWN THAT DREADED SUNDOWN…

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