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  • NYZ Apocalypse, Fringe Immersive Team For Holiday Horror Haunts!

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    Horror has always been a place to explore (and to some extent, exploit) trends, subjects, and social commentary. By taking all that is sacred and turning it on its head, horror inherently seeks to appeal to those who looking for thrills, on-screen and off. And in terms of the latter, noted haunt provocateur Fringe Immersive and popular Long Island horror hotspot NYZ Apocalypse are coming together for another controversial event, this time looking to bring holiday horror survival experiences!

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  • “DON’T F*** IN THE WOODS” (Film Review)

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    For most horror fans, one of the biggest problems with contemporary horror is that it doesn’t quite capture the spirit of old-school fright films. Whether it’s CGI bloodshed and monsters, a lack of sexuality and violence, or the overly sleek and polished visuals, newer horror offerings just can’t emulate the gritty, D.I.Y., in-camera insanity of horror from yesteryear. However, if it’s bloodshed, nudity, and practical monsters that you’re missing, then there’s at least one horror film that you should seek out: Shawn Burkett’s aptly-titled DON’T FUCK IN THE WOODS.

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  • “BARRY BAKER: ASPIRING SERIAL KILLER” (TV Review)

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    There’s always a weird separation between what serial killers are and what society often perceives them to be. Often times, society imagines serial killers as these terrifying prowlers, or romanticizes them to be these misunderstood outcasts who are byproducts of their environment. But in reality, being a serial killer is a bit of an insane, complicated task: most serial killers are lucky more than calculating and effective, and anything can go wrong, from the planning to the act itself to the disposal of evidence. And in the new horror comedy pilot BARRY BAKER: ASPIRING SERIAL KILLER, anything and everything does go wrong, with a tongue-in-cheek look at a normal guy with homicidal tendencies.

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  • Five for Frightening: 5 Favorite Halloween Costumes from Horror-Shop!

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    For fright fans, October is the most wonderful and wicked time of the year. But with Halloween getting closer every day, horrorheads are searching for the right costume for their Halloween festivities. Luckily, the frightening folks over at the Germany-based Horror Shop has set up a whole new U.S. Horror Shop, giving Americans an astounding selection of creepy costumes to choose from. Now, Horror Shop and FANGORIA are coming together to highlight five show-stopping horror costumes to help drop jaws and spin heads at parties and cons worldwide!

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  • New Clip: “SCREAM: THE TV SERIES” Sees You When You’re Sleeping!

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    With tonight hosting the penultimate episode of SCREAM: THE TV SERIES’ second season, fans are wondering just what twists and turns are awaiting the residents of Lakewood. But for those impatient for a taste of the scary series, FANGORIA has the opening moments of tonight’s episode, airing on MTV at 10 p.m. EST, which you can watch below! Check it out, and stay tuned for more on SCREAM: THE TV SERIES here at FANGORIA.com!
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  • Fringe Horror Theater Announces “DYSTOPIA” Finale; Cinematic Experience!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported the first details on DYSTOPIA, an extreme immersive horror experience from the macabre minds behind McKamey Manor and Dead of Night. Now, FANGORIA has received word that the one-night-only, full-contact experience, presented exclusively at The Haunted Scarehouse (105th West Dewey Avenue building A , Wharton, NJ 07885), on Saturday, June 18th, will be the final extreme immersive walkthrough for the NY-based Fringe Horror Theater. But fear not: for those still seeking completely immersive experiences, Fringe is exploring exciting new avenues to provide experiences unlike any in the haunt game.

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  • Exclusive Deleted Scene: Alexandre Aja-produced “THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR”

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    Earlier this year, horror audiences came face-to-face with the Alexandre Aja-produced THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR, an international spin on the PET SEMATARY scenario. Starring Sarah Wayne Callies (THE WALKING DEAD) and Jeremy Sisto (MAY), THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR left a mark on fright fans in theaters, and now, the film is creeping towards home video. But before it hits shelves this week, FANGORIA has a sneak peek at what horrors were left on the cutting room floor with this exclusive deleted scene from THE OTHER SIDE OF THE DOOR!

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  • “SELF STORAGE” (Comic Book Review)

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    451 Comics is really doing a service for fans of graphic novels and the like. By taking inspired, cinematic scripts and stories stuck in the Hollywood development system and giving them the comic book treatment, they’re not only providing writers with an uncompromising creative outlet, but they’re giving fans the chance to read content that hasn’t been noted and watered down to death by executives. Instead, they get truly great, mature storytelling with a look that reads in a way not unlike cinema, and if you’re a horror fan, you’ll get something like Clay Mcleod Chapman’s SELF STORAGE.

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  • Have A Violent Night With Zombie Santas at the 2015 NYZ Apocalypse!

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    Two months after Halloween, a horror fan’s second favorite holiday comes around in a symphony of bells and screams: Christmas! From BLACK CHRISTMAS to KRAMPUS, the long-standing tradition of combining holiday cheer with guts and gore is now making its way off of screens and into haunted attractions and horror-themed events, such as the renowned NYZ Apocalypse.

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  • “SCREAM: THE TV SERIES: Episodes 6 – 8” (TV Review)

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    In the past three weeks, SCREAM has been getting good, and I must admit, I’ve missed you. For the most part of latter episodes, this show is making me feel young again, approximately the age I was when I watched SCREAM 2. For a little while there, it felt that SCREAM: THE TV SERIES was headed to STAB: THE TV SERIES territory, but now, it feels great to be back, criticizing a television program for the MTV horror-teens.

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