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    Exclusive Q&A: Alexa Vega on “THE REMAINING”

    Having been a part of the film business for over 20 years now, Alexa Vega has become a name and face familiar to genre fans. Whether it be from her multiple collaborations with Robert Rodriguez, the most recent being SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR and MACHETE KILLS, or her work with Darren Lynn Bousman on THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL, MOTHER’S DAY and REPO: THE GENETIC OPERA, Vega has used the latter part of her career to redefine herself as an adult actress worth taking seriously.

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    Exclusive Q&A: Danny Trejo on Rob Zombie and “MACHETE: THE SERIES”!

    With the recent release of FANGORIA Legends Presents: Rob Zombie, FANGORIA sought out some of Zombie’s most trusted repertory actors to speak on their experiences with the horror rock maestro. Of course, there are few actors who as prolific in Zombie’s films as they are in mainstream exposure as Danny Trejo. In our exclusive one-on-one chat, Trejo opened up about working with Zombie, the original fate of his HALLOWEEN character and the small screen ambitions in his near future…

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    Pandemonium Morricone

    Toronto film soundtrack collectors who get moist and/or misty-eyed at the sight of resplendent Italo-wax LP rarities should hustle immediately to Pandemonium Books & Discs in Toronto’s Junction area, at 2920 Dundas Street West. Inside this very roomy and rectangular used book and record haven is, at the time of writing, an entire display wall-turned-patchwork collage of rare soundtrack LPs by the maestro of maestros, Ennio Morricone. Almost all of them foreign issue (Italian, French, Japanese), almost all in near mint condition. Concealing the usual mixed bag of new arrivals and rarities, it feels more like an art installation than simply good commerce, and made my nerdy soundtrack-hungry maw literally drop. Ready your wallets!

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    Exclusive Q&A: Director Casey La Scala on “THE REMAINING” and “AMITYVILLE”

    With the recent influx of faith-based entertainment hitting multiplexes, it was only a matter of time before the most intense side of the Bible found it’s way to the horror genre. Instead of something bright and tame however, the first faith-based horror film from Affirm Films, THE REMAINING, promises something much more dark and destructive. In the wake of its debut trailer (featured below), FANGORIA caught up with THE REMAINING director Casey La Scala about this film, his involvement in the AMITYVILLE reboot and why the Rapture has come down on pop culture this year…

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    Exclusive Clip, Q&A: Shane Johnson on “THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING”

    In horror, it seems films which deal with skeptics and their various supernatural comeuppances are too few and far between. After all, genre fans love some karmic justice, which is what David Jung’s THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING delivers alongside enough genuine scares to keep you jumping in your seat. With only 24 hours before FANGORIA hosts the first of four advanced screenings in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and Austin, we debut an exclusive clip and speak to Michael King himself, actor Shane Johnson, about embodying the titular skeptic and the measures he took to bring the character to life.

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    Exclusive Deleted Scene; Q&A: Mike Flanagan on “OCULUS” and “GERALD’S GAME”,

    Few mainstream horror films this year are as complex and intriguing as Mike Flanagan’s OCULUS. By simultaneously playing with the perspective of both the audience and the characters, Flanagan is able to keep the film unpredictable, clever and remarkably intense. With OCULUS finally hitting Blu-ray today from 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, FANGORIA spoke with the director about the film. We’re also featuring an exclusive glance of the Post-Credit scene excised following the film’s festival run…

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    Exclusive Interview; First Clips from “THE BADGER GAME”

    With the modern take on torture films and their prominence in the independent horror landscape, it’s somewhat surprising that not too many filmmakers have tried to turn the concept on its head. Dark comedy is not uncommon among low budget horror, but very rarely does it show up in that particular subgenre without becoming too overbearing in a stylistic presentation.

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    Q&A: Eli Roth and Famke Janssen on “HEMLOCK GROVE”

    Since HEMLOCK GROVE’s entire ten-episode second season recently premiered on Netflix, the internet has been abuzz with the enigmatic and more horrific turns the series has taken. In the wake of its return, FANGORIA spoke to HEMLOCK GROVE’s executive producer Eli Roth and star Famke Janssen regarding what’s in store, topping the previous season, and the long-term plans for the show… 

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    Q&A: SFX Artist Todd Masters on “HEMLOCK GROVE”

    When Todd Masters was given the challenge to top the Emmy-nominated makeup SFX in HEMLOCK GROVE’s first season, he knew things needed to be both bigger and better; a challenge for which the long-time SFX maestro was game. Masters figured it was time to make viewers not only witness a werewolf transformation, but to feel it, skin ripping and all.

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    Q&A: Laurie Fortier on “HEMLOCK GROVE”

    Despite polarizing reaction to its bravado-laden first season, HEMLOCK GROVE defied the odds to become a viable horror program on an instant streaming platform with a loyal (and vocal) cult audience at its behest. Now, with its second season available in full, HEMLOCK GROVE looks to expand upon the dark fantasy of the first while taking its characters into more daring, stranger territory than before. FANGORIA caught up with HEMLOCK GROVE’s own Laurie Fortier, who plays one of the series resident mortals in Marie Godfrey, and spoke about working on the series, the shift between seasons and the possibilities in her character’s future…

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    Q&A: Comics Great Stan Lee on Marvel Horrors & More

    When most people hear the word “comic books,” Stan Lee is likely the first person to enter their minds. A staple of the comic industry for an astounding 75 years, he’s credited for establishing the legitimacy of comics as popular entertainment while creating some of the most iconic characters and teams to ever grace pop culture. Though he is better known for his superhero work, Stan Lee has also had a considerable influence on horror comics as well, thanks to his myriad Steve Ditko-illustrated, often surreal contributions to the likes of STRANGE TALES, TALES OF SUSPENSE and TALES TO ASTONISH and early work in MYSTIC and MENACE. What’s more, he was one of the first creators to add human morality to the creatures that go bump in the night. His desire to create interesting stories and relatable characters helped power what we know as horror today.

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    Exclusive Video Q&A: Author / Musician Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger at Bizarre A.C. II

    A couple of weeks ago, FANGORIA dug our claws into the guests and events at Atlantic City’s premiere horror convention, Bizarre A.C. There, Fango’s Ken W. Hanley took the opportunity to sit and chat with independent horror author and musician Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger!

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