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    Toys of Terror #56

    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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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 10″ (TV Review)

    After the past couple of episodes of SALEM, this writer wondered if the show would be veering through the downtrodden track it had set itself up for. With Mary facing her child’s sacrifice, Isaac missing in Marburg’s company, Cotton facing an impromptu execution and Anne facing the consequences of her own powers, SALEM certainly looked like it was setting up some sincere emotional devastation for its climax. And while that still might be the case, knowing how quickly the tide can change on WGN America’s flagship series, “Till Death Do Us Part” at least introduced a light among the dark and is certainly drawing lines between our anti-heroes and our villains.

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    Return of the Dragon: Know Your “HANNIBAL”!

    It’s been nearly 30 years since the first cinematic iteration of Hannibal Lecter hit audiences in Michael Mann’s MANHUNTER, and even that took place two years before THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS even hit book shelves. And now, with Thomas Harris’ cerebral cannibal now gracing the small screen in an elegant and eerie fashion, FANGORIA is looking back at each of the respective Dr. Lecter’s who have made their mark on the big and small screen…

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    “HANNIBAL: Season 3, Episode 1″ (TV Review)

    In many ways, the third season premiere for Bryan Fuller’s adaptation of the HANNIBAL mythos is much like the cannibalistic doctor himself: mysterious, unpredictable, cerebral and incredibly refined. Furthermore, the premiere’s masterful visual composition- jumping from flashbacks of multiple color palates, dream sequences, extremely methodical experimental shots and traditional lensing- earns an uneasy trust from the audience, much like Hannibal’s relationship with du Maurier as well. But following last season’s bloodbath of a finale, the audience who has restlessly awaited for HANNIBAL’s return are asked for a bit more patience in “Antipasto”, as not only is HANNIBAL unraveling the story at its own pace, but by its own unique design.

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    The Dreadful Ten: 10 Horror Icons Who Should be in the FANGORIA Hall of Fame

    For many filmmakers, artists and fright fans out there, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame is one of the most prestigious accolades within the horror landscape. An annual honor bestowed by the horror community itself, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame has become a collection of the most respected and beloved within horror, each of whom made their unique mark upon the genre in some way, shape or form. And with this years inclusion of horror auteur Ti West and director-turned-El Rey Network mastermind Robert Rodriguez, the Hall of Fame grows even larger and more diverse in its inductees.

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    FANGO Flashback: “DUEL”

    Despite the stubborn arguments of some jaded fright fans, there’s no denying that JAWS is an essential film in the canon of the horror genre. The iconic score, the incredible practical effects and the genuine tension that creeps throughout; JAWS is a pop culture phenomenon that doesn’t only have the replay value of a genuine horror classic, but also the palpable scare factor that hits audiences hard to this day. And while Steven Spielberg never quite returned to out-and-out horror territory since, and understandably so considering the troubled production of JAWS, the film might have never been as effective had Spielberg not had a crash course in the craft of suspense and terror with DUEL.

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    Contest: Austin! Win 2 Tickets to the “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN” Second Season Premiere at the ATX Festival!

    Yesterday, FANGORIA had the honor of debuting a new still from El Rey Network’s FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES, which is taking aim at hitting audiences on August 25th. However, for any FANGORIA Reader in the Austin, Texas area, you might have a chance to see the world premiere of Season 2 at this weekend’s ATX Festival, as well as a chance to catch a drink with the cast and crew!
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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 9″ (TV Review)

    It’s very rare that a horror show like SALEM can get this far into a season while remaining largely unpredictable. The series has expertly played its narrative cards, and with every direction you think they might go, they choose a less expected path in a way that is not only satisfying but organic to the characters on display. Hence, in their latest episode entitled “Wages of Sin”, SALEM once again pulls the rug out from under the audience, sending one major character to the pits of hell while dragging others through their figurative hells as well.

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    Exclusive Still: Season Two of “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

    After a successful first season run on the El Rey Network, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES has seen its popularity surge as of late with the full run’s bow on DVD/Blu-ray and Netflix. And while the addition of the likes of Esai Morales, Jeff Fahey, Briana Evigan and Danny Trejo to the cast has built substantial buzz for FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES’ return on August 25th, El Rey Network has provided FANGORIA with a new exclusive still from the second season, which premieres it’s first episode this Saturday at the ATX Television Festival! Read on for more…

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    ANNOUNCEMENT: FANGORIA Introduces $6.66 Sale for more than 40 Back & Specialty Issues

    Following our recent half-off subscription sale, FANGORIA noticed a surprising amount of comments from our new subscribers mentioning that it had been years since they last subscribed to our fright rag. And while our back issues are largely a collectible item, not only great for reading but also for conventions and horror street cred, FANGORIA wants to help bridge the gap between horror past and present, cutting our prices by over 50% for our June $6.66 sale!

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