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    Camilla’s Beastly Bulletin #1: Scarecrows, Ax Murder and Aliens, Oh My!

    Fangoria readers love horror movies for many reasons, and perhaps there is comfort in knowing that these heinous stories are for the most part, works of fiction. But what about the real horror stories that are happening every day across the globe? Many horror auteurs and writers find these a source of inspiration for their work, some being so bizarre that most minds could not conjure from their own imaginations and instead are beholden to the term “Based on a True Story.”

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    Event Report: The “DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER” Red Carpet

    Last week marked the world premiere of Zach Lipovsky’s DEAD RISING adaptation, WATCHTOWER which debuts exclusively on Crackle in its feature form on March 27th. The first video game feature film adaptation to ever debut on a streaming format, the cast and crew in attendance were brimming with enthusiasm to showcase the results of their grueling shoot. And of course, FANGORIA was on hand to make our presence known on the (blood) red carpet…

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    Q&A: Miskatonic Institute’s Virginie Sélavy Talks Marquis de Sade Cinema

    Yesterday, Virginie Sélavy discussed the theories of S&M in film she’s covering as part of the courses at the Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies’ newly opened London branch. Today, she focuses the discussion on the man who literally invented part of that practice: the Marquis de Sade.

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    MISKATONIC INSTITUTE UK: Virginie Selavy and S&M in ’60s and ’70s Cinema

    Interview conducted by Heather Buckley and Chris Alexander.

    Author, scholar, programmer, former FANGORIA web editor and all-around strange cinema visionary Kier-La Janisse also served as the mastermind behind the Miskatonic Institute for Horror Studies which originated in Montreal and now, has spread its tendrils overseas, specifically London, where Janisse currently focuses all of her creative energy ensuring that the syllabus is up to snuff.

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    Event Report: “CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST” in 35mm at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers with Robert Kerman Q&A

    Over the past week, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers has served as host for several awesome events for horror hounds. This past thursday, they hosted a screening of Blue Underground’s 4K restoration of Larry Cohen’s bonkers NY horror GOD TOLD ME TO, and a day later, offered fright fans a chance to see Brian De Palma’s perverse REAR WINDOW homage BODY DOUBLE. But the Alamo’s top tier horror event was none other than Saturday’s 35mm screening of the ever-controversial CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (sponsored by Mondo and Chiller), with star Robert Kerman in attendance for a candid post-screening Q&A.

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    Q&A: Filmmaker Jake Dibeler on “HORRORPORN” and Horror at the NYC Porn Festival!

    This weekend’s inaugural New York City Porn Festival not only hopes to revive “a 42nd street 1980’s cinema experience” en route to re-establishing “adult film as a significant and socially/culturally relevant art form,” it is also throwing a fellow renegade film genre an—ahem—bone with a block of sexually explicit horror films under the fittingly blunt headline ‘EXTREME.’ This special program will include Barbara Bell’s GRAPHIC SEXUAL HORROR, Anon’s demon baby WET NURSE TRILOGY, and Jake Dibeler’s stylish, gore-laden berserker HORRORPORN. FANGORIA caught up with Diebler ahead of the fest to talk outré mediums/expressions, dark intersections, and material seriously not for the faint of heart.

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    Q&A: “THE END IN ALL BEGINNINGS” Author John F.D. Taff

    Interested in what awaits between the covers of THE BELL WITCH author John F.D. Taff’s fantastic recent novella collection THE END IN ALL BEGINNINGS? Imagine a series of round robin stories penned collaboratively by Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Edgar Allan Poe, Harlan Ellison, and Rod Serling, and you’ll be in the general neighborhood: lush, poetic, ceaselessly imaginative, seriously affecting, multifaceted modern horror fiction. FANGORIA caught up with Taff last week to chat about the dark side of literature, what it takes to be emotionally honest with a blank page, the upside of pain and tragedy, and that “King of Pain” moniker he’s picked up…

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    Q&A: Adam Green on “DIGGING UP THE MARROW”, Part One

    Whether you like his work or not, there’s a certain level of respect owed to Adam Green with his latest film, DIGGING UP THE MARROW. Since the project’s inception, Green has championed Alex Pardee’s importance to MARROW as an integral part of its conception, development and eventual creation, so much so that Green and Pardee are bringing MARROW on the road alongside with Pardee’s art and other exclusives strictly available during their TOURING THROUGH THE MARROW experience. In light of the tour’s imminent start, as well as the DIGGING UP THE MARROW’s impending release, Green spoke to FANGORIA for a lengthy, two-part interview about how MARROW came to be, and how the film has become Green’s most personal project to date…

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    Q&A: “GONERS” author Jacob Semahn

    While the name Jacob Semahn may still be a relatively unknown, it definitely won’t be for long if his latest work, GONERS, is any indication. Mixing folktale horror with modern action, Semahn has created an original work that explores the recesses of terror and the importance of family as GONERS follows two siblings solve the ghostly mystery of their parents death. With art by Jorge Corona, GONERS is slowly climbing up the comic ladder with issue #5 soon to be released. FANGORIA recently sat down with Semahn to discuss inspiration, horror, and plans for the future…

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    CHRISTINE Revisited, Part One: A Q&A with Keith Gordon

    Thirty years ago, director John Carpenter took to the driver’s seat in adapting one of Stephen King’s most successful novels from the early ‘80s: CHRISTINE. The result: a taut, beautifully realized film that was not only a top notch horror flick, but a brilliant exploration into America’s romance with the automobile! CHRISTINE is all about possession and obsession, and the monster herself sets her high beams on the pathetic miserable Arnold Cunningham. Transforming for the worse as a result of “owning” the titular ’58 Plymouth Fury, Keith Gordon gave life to Arnold Cunningham all those years ago, and recently spent some time with FANGORIA to revisit his past love- that sleek, sexy but sinister CHRISTINE…

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    Q&A: Producer Jason Blum talks “OUIJA”, “PURGE 3”, “CURVE” & More…

    In under a decade, Jason Blum went from producing a small indie-horror film called PARANORMAL ACTIVITY into building his own horror juggernaut. Under the Blumhouse moniker and a meticulous business model, horror fans have gotten franchises such as the mega-successful INSIDIOUS and THE PURGE films as well as SINISTER, OCULUS and many, many more. With no signs of slowing down, Blum and co. continued their winning streak with the ultra-successful OUIJA. With OUIJA now on DVD/Blu-ray, Blum was nice enough to chat with FANGORIA about the film, his approach to sequels and what’s next for his VOD distribution label, BH Tilt…

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