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    Q&A: Drew Bolduc on “SCIENCE TEAM”

    After making his feature length debut with the Troma-approved exploitation flick THE TAINT in 2011, fans have been waiting patiently for writer/director Drew Bolduc’s follow-up, the Indiegogo-funded SCIENCE TEAM. Now, with the 15th annual Tromadance festival highlighting the film as its event feature tonight, NY-based fans will finally get a look at the sci-fi freakshow. In anticipation of the screening, FANGORIA caught up with Bolduc about SCIENCE TEAM and his experiences within the wild world of Troma…

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    Exclusive Pics; Q&A: Brad Dourif talks “MALIGNANT”

    When it comes to the fine character actors that populate the genre, few are as consistent and authentic as the Academy Award-nominated Brad Dourif. Though horror fans know him best as Charles Lee Ray and the voice of Chucky from the CHILD’S PLAY films, Dourif’s physical roles have also been scaring and affecting audiences throughout the years, whether it be his demonic turn in THE EXORCIST III, his more human horror as Luther Lee Boggs in THE X-FILES, or even as Sheriff Brackett in HALLOWEEN II (2009). Dourif remains just as active in the genre today, as evident by his terrifying turn as a mad, bad scientist in Brian Avenet-Bradley’s MALIGNANT. Dourif spoke exclusively to FANGORIA about MALIGNANT, lobotomies and a small role in a significant genre project that he unfortunately couldn’t take…

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    Q&A: Lloyd Kaufman talks Tromadance and “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH, VOLUME 2″

    Any cult cinema fanatic can tell you that Troma’s resident film festival, Tromadance, offers the type of midnight madness relegated to specialized sections at other fests all day long. And for NYC-based Troma lovers, the free film festival makes its Brooklyn debut on Friday, June 27th, and Saturday, June 28th, with provocative films such as Drew Bolduc’s SCIENCE TEAM, Zach Math & Jonah Bekhor’s THE FINAL MEMBER, Olivier Beguin’s CHIMERES and more. In anticipation for the 15th annual Tromadance festival, mastermind Lloyd Kaufman spoke to FANGORIA about the festival, as well as the next chapter in the RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH…

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    Sidesplitters: “NEVER NOT FUNNY”‘s Matt Belknap on “PET SEMATARY” & Why “TRUE DETECTIVE” Counts as Horror

    Horror and Comedy go together like masks and murderers, as both set out to evoke reactions from even the most immovable of audiences. Therefore, it’s no surprise that so many funnymen are ardent fright fans. In our new column, Sidesplitters, FANGORIA chats with comedians who love horror as much as they love humor.

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    Exclusive Video Q&A: The Chiodo Brothers talk “KILLER KLOWNS” at Bizarre A.C. II

    Fright fans! FANGORIA had a bloody good time on the scene at Atlantic City’s premiere horror convention last weekend. At Bizarre A.C. II, we immersed ourselves in fun, interactive events and meeting some of the most passionate horror fans imaginable. With plenty to come, we kick off our recaps with Fango’s Ken W. Hanley, who caught up with three of the most colorful creature creators in cult cinema: Stephen, Edward and Charles Chiodo, a/k/a the Chiodo Brothers!

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    Q&A: Joe Begos & Josh Ethier dissect “ALMOST HUMAN”

    When ALMOST HUMAN hit theaters earlier this year, audiences were pleasantly surprised by its fun, strange descent into macabre madness. Much of that came from the minds of writer/director Joe Begos and his partner-in-crime, ALMOST HUMAN star Josh Ethier. With fans now being able to see the eye-popping practical SFX on Blu-ray, FANGORIA spoke to Begos and Ethier about the film and what nightmarish insanity didn’t make it into ALMOST HUMAN…

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    Exclusive: Bloody “JOY RIDE 3″ Pictures; Kirzinger Speaks!

    With the third entry of the JOY RIDE franchise speeding towards DVD/Blu-ray shelves later this month, FANGORIA has an exclusive look at some of the film’s most brutal moments! On top of that, Fango spoke to the new Rusty Nail himself, Ken Kirzinger, about filling the heavy shoes of horror’s most relentless trucker.

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    True Grue: Ronald Defeo and The Amityville Murders

    Welcome to “True Grue,” a weekly article that dives into real life, harrowing horrors. For the interest of good taste, this graphic feature aims not to be exploitative, but rather informative, and rest assured, there are many different territories that will be strictly off-limits. But for those with a hungry mind and a strong stomach, read on at your own discretion…

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    Q&A: Dwight Little on the Season Finale of “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”.

    Robert Rodriguez has spared no expense in maintaining the cinematic scale of the El Rey Network’s first scripted original series, employing the likes of Eduardo Sanchez, Fede Alvarez and Greg Nicotero to help bring the rich world of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES to life. Yet for the final episode of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN’s first season, Robert Rodriguez needed a very unique breed of filmmaker; one who is not only experienced in horror, but also action and television. Unsurprisingly, Rodriguez turned to Episode 6 and HALLOWEEN 4 helmer Dwight Little with the responsibility of closing the curtain on the first season. Little spoke with FANGORIA about entering the world of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN and having freedom on a very unique production…

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    Q&A: Max Borenstein on his approach to “GODZILLA” & “GODZILLA: AWAKENING”

    Today, GODZILLA returns to the screen. But the new iteration of the King of the Monsters has already been on shelves for a week or so, as screenwriter Max Borenstein and co-author Greg Borenstein saw to whet our appetites for monster mashing in a prequel graphic novel titled GODZILLA: AWAKENING. Expanding on the 1954 incident only briefly touched on in Gareth Edwards’ new film, AWAKENING accompanies the blockbuster both in mayhem and theme, as characters both on the page and in the cinema try to reconcile their beliefs, acceptance and reactions to a world of giant creatures. Fango spoke to Max Borenstein about the book and what exactly Godzilla represents in the modern world.

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