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    Deadly Grounds Becomes The Official Coffee of FANGORIA!

    As the first word in horror for over 35 years, it’s safe to say that FANGORIA knows and loves the horror genre. But through our hard work over these years, and our various explorations into different areas of the media, FANGORIA has tried to give the complete horror experience to fans. Yet today, on Halloween 2014, FANGORIA marks a new chapter in our growing brand, as we announce that we are partnering with Deadly Grounds, the premiere coffee for horror fans, as the official coffee of FANGORIA!

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    EXCL Art: Declan Shalvey’s Variant Cover for “WYTCHES #2″

    In 2010, Scott Snyder broke out with AMERICAN VAMPIRE, a sprawling journey of vampires throughout American history. It was a bright spot in a then over-saturated climate. bursting with creativity, ideas and yes, horror. As of October, he’s aiming to do something similar. Teaming with stellar artist Jock, Snyder is spinning the established rules of witches in horror fiction, painting them as something older, inhuman and inherent to a nature beyond our understanding. 

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    Q&A: Daniel Radcliffe on “HORNS”, “FRANKENSTEIN”

    For those keeping tabs on the world of horror as intently as FANGORIA, there’s few actors who have been as curiously intertwined in the genre as Daniel Radcliffe, the former HARRY POTTER actor who has since lined up an impressive and interesting resume of fright flicks. After impressing many with his committed turn in THE WOMAN IN BLACK, Radcliffe dives head first into much more chaotic and devilish territory with HORNS, the Joe Hill adaptation from noted filmmaker Alexandre Aja. As HORNS stabs its way into cinemas, Radcliffe sat down with FANGORIA to discuss the devil, emotional challenges in HORNS and his involvement in Paul McGuigan’s secretive FRANKENSTEIN adaptation…

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    Toys of Terror #28

    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 Interview: Jeffrey Combs Returns to Play Poe in “NEVERMORE”

    Like a lightning rod striking from a demon’s view of storm clouds, Jeffrey Combs embodies Edgar Allan Poe in NEVERMORE. The one-man stage show, coming to the Boston area this Friday, Halloween night, features a sparse set with Combs at its center—commanding the text and the audience, ranting, yearning, recreating and elaborating on material from speaking engagements Poe himself performed throughout these United States.

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    Recap: “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Fan Event in New Orleans

    It’s rather uncommon for a television show to become so intertwined to a certain location later into its run as AMERICAN HORROR STORY has to New Orleans since its third season, COVEN. Most television shows, such as THE WALKING DEAD and DEXTER, often incorporate their shooting location into the aesthetics of the show, which helps define their narrative voices. However, with AMERICAN HORROR STORY, it took the phenomenal atmosphere and architecture of New Orleans to realize COVEN, which has since helped define the old-fashioned aura of FREAK SHOW as well. So it was no surprise to FANGORIA that if AMERICAN HORROR STORY were to set up their definitive fan event, it would be nowhere else but The Big Easy… and in the historically creepy Buckner Mansion, no less.

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    Haunt Report: “SINISTER POINTE: BEYOND THE MIRROR”

    With Halloween season in full swing, haunts in the Los Angeles area are in abundance. We all know about the large-scale operations (Dark Harbour, Halloween Horror Nights etc), but for the true haunt aficionado, it’s worth taking the time to discover some of the smaller productions that LA has to offer, like Sinister Pointe: Beyond the Mirror. 

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    Exclusive Q&A: Ron Perlman on his Memoir, “EASY STREET (THE HARD WAY)”

    Though he’s worn many faces over the course of his illustrious career, there are few horror fans that wouldn’t immediately recognize Ron Perlman. The hard-jawed actor from films such as HELLBOY, ALIEN: RESURRECTION and THE LAST WINTER, Perlman has seen every corner of the entertainment industry and then some. So it may not be a surprise that the genre-friendly thespian has taken his experiences to the page with his new memoir, EASY STREET (THE HARD WAY). FANGORIA caught up with Perlman in an exclusive chat about the memoir, his future work and what genre films EASY STREET will shed some light upon…

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    Recap: “DISMEMBER THE ALAMO” at the Yonkers Drafthouse!

    When it comes to programming,  no theater chain can compare to that of the Alamo Drafthouse. With an eye towards the fun and the off-beat, the Drafthouse presents theatrical engagements like no other, providing a full food-and-drink menu alongside films and decor that celebrate the wonder of cinema. And with Halloween around the corner, every Drafthouse location found themselves within the spirits of the season with their first annual “DISMEMBER THE ALAMO” event: a four-film marathon of mysterious and malevolent horror films.

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    Exclusive: “THE FOREST OF FEAR” Speaks!

    Earlier this season, FANGORIA recapped one of New York’s premiere haunts, The Forest of Fear. Located in Tuxedo, NY, at the famed Sterling Forest, this interactive haunt is one of this writer’s personal favorites, combining a real passion for horror with a homegrown humility that makes the experience feel as communal as it is creepy. In gearing up for their last weekend of the season, FANGORIA spoke to the people behind The Forest of Fear, including haunt actors Tom Zorn, Cat RoPo, Armond Cecere as well as the haunt director, Christopher DeTroy (pictured above).

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