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    Q&A: Author Andrew Bonazelli on Horror Novel told via Postcards, “DISPOSED OF”

    Hot on the heels of the re-release of his brilliant, subversive ode to the heyday of 80s larger-than-life action film excess and its absurdist/dehumanizing aftermath, DTV, one of literary dark fiction’s best kept secrets Andrew Bonazelli returns with DISPOSED OF, a harrowing, poignant, ultimately pretty goddamn disquieting “depressive suicidal postcard series”—delivered to your home in an all-too-apropos evidence bag and featuring gorgeous imagery from photographer Coleman Yunger alongside a creepy, ambient soundtrack by Brian Ziprin.   

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    Sidesplitters: “WORKAHOLICS” actor Anders Holm on “ECHO ISLAND” and “CANNIBAL FEROX”

    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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    Q&A: Fede Alvarez on “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES” and “DANTE’S INFERNO”

    One of the defining aspects of the original FROM DUSK TILL DAWN was how each half of the film being the polar opposite from the other. While the first section is a talky and intense fugitive film, the second becomes a brutal battle between men and vampire. And while FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES made sure the vampire elements were present from its premiere forward, the real bloody action once again went down in The Titty Twister.

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    Exclusive Texas Frightmare Q&A: Robert Patrick

    Genre-friendly actors are far too often typecast, capitalizing on their animated brand of villainy as to keep work as steady as possible. Once a performer breaks out of such however, there’s a certain freedom in the limited roles that don’t inhibit creativity and ambition. Perhaps it’s this reason why Robert Patrick, whose villainy played out in front of millions in TERMINATOR 2, was able to find such success by exploring his possibilities where you’d least expect it.

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    Q&A: Randy Moore on “ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW”

    One of the most controversial films to debut out of 2013′s Sundance Film Festival, ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW has captured the attention of cinephiles around the world as the first genre film to shoot without permission in Disneyland. While many expected Disney to come after the surreal, creepy dark comedy with guns a-blazin’, specialty distributor PDA picked up ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW for the world to see and without as much as a cease-and-desist. As the film hits DVD and Blu-ray, director Randy Moore spoke to FANGORIA about what inspired this nightmarish film and why it could only take place on such iconic grounds…

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    Exclusive: “DEVIL’S DUE” Deleted Scene; Q&A with filmmakers Radio Silence

    Following their well-received segment of V/H/S, filmmaking troupe Radio Silence hit the horror community with their first fright feature, DEVIL’S DUE, back in January. By combining a found footage aesthetic with the story of the expecting parents of the anti-christ, DEVIL’S DUE offered a unique blend of paranoid chills and supernatural thrills. But now, in anticipation of the film’s release on Blu-ray and DVD tomorrow, FANGORIA presents an exclusive deleted scene from DEVIL’S DUE!

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    Sidesplitters: Joe DeRosa on “Hellraiser”, “Hostel” and His Favorite Horror Movie Kills!

    Horror and Comedy go together like masks and murderers, 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 Q&A: Directors Keshales & Papushado on “BIG BAD WOLVES”

    After an impressive festival run in 2013 and the declaration from Quentin Tarantino as “the best film of 2013,” BIG BAD WOLVES finally unleashed it’s unique brutality on American audiences back in January. Now, with the film hitting DVD/Blu-ray today from Magnet Releasing, directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado spoke to Fango about what influenced BIG BAD WOLVES and where their relentless sensibilities may take them next…

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    Q&A: Madison Davenport on “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

    Currently six episodes into its first season, FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES has become a major talking point for horror fans. Robert Rodriguez’s vision for the series has subverted expectations and spawned one of the more exciting horror programs currently on television. Yet for every Robert Patrick and Jake Busey, Rodriguez’s vision also includes several up-and-coming actors, including Madison Davenport who now fills the shoes of Kate Fuller.

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    Exclusive Interview: Dave Sheridan on “A HAUNTED HOUSE 2″

    Love ‘em or hate ‘em, there’s no denying the popularity of the many spoof franchises that the Wayans Brothers have created over the years. From the smash success of the first SCARY MOVIE to their recent microbudget hit, A HAUNTED HOUSE, the Wayans have combined their unique sense of crude humor with an awareness of contemporary horror hits, bringing in audiences by the handful. Among these spoofs, there are few actors who’ve appeared as regularly as Dave Sheridan, who broke out as the scene-stealing character of ‘Doofy’ in the original SCARY MOVIE and teamed with the Wayans again as ‘Bob’ in A HAUNTED HOUSE.

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    Q&A: Harrison Smith on “CAMP DREAD”

    A staple of American Horror throughout the ’80s, the summer camp slasher now come few and far between. For whatever reason one can attribute to their redundancy, their influence of horror and pop culture through the years is unmistakable. And for director Harrison Smith, they might just be posed for a comeback with his newest film, CAMP DREAD.

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