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    “BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA” (Comic Review)

    Undervalued upon release in 1986, BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA has gathered a rock solid cult following in the intervening years. One of John Carpenter’s less serious-minded films, the over-the-top kung-fu and lightning fantasy action-comedy is continuously adored by old fans and new generations. It’s thanks to these admirers that BOOM! Studios recently announced a comic addition to the BIG TROUBLE story. Featuring everyone’s favorite highway man, Jack Burton, on a brand new adventure of bizarre proportions, it’s sure to feed that insatiable need for quick one-liners and moccasin-clad high kicks.

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    “THE DOLL” (CD Review)

    The latest album by horror auteur Dante Tomaselli, THE DOLL is the soundtrack to his in-development film of the same name (see details here), and a creepy, nightmarish auditory journey that will immediately unsettle anyone who listens to it. The disc is catchy at times and perfectly frightful at others—a hallucinogenic trip to a dark and uncomfortable place.

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    Toys of Terror #9

    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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    “AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE” #5 (Comic Review)

    During the past year, there are few things this writer anticipates more than opening my mailbox to reveal a lovely bubble envelope shipped from the Archie Comics Group, its vibrant address sticker displaying the iconic Riverdale gang grinning with perma-1950s “gosh-golly” cheer. Of course, inside that shipping slipcase lies something far more malevolent; in fact, what waits within is one of the scariest, most affecting horror comics I’ve ever read.

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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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    Toys of Terror #8

    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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    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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    “COURTNEY CRUMRIN: THE WITCH NEXT DOOR” (Comic Review)

    Despite the current success of young reader titles such as ITTY BITTY HELLBOY and KISS KIDS, it felt for a long time there were very few comics not aimed at adult audiences. Even fewer of those were horror. Fortunately, there were works such as COURTNEY CRUMRIN to help pick up the slack. Since first hitting shelves in 2002, the once “limited” series has expanded to four volumes, with a fifth collection, COURTNEY CRUMRIN: THE WITCH NEXT DOOR now hitting shelves (and a sixth on the way). Centered on a grumpy teen who finds herself imbued with magic thanks to her eccentric uncle, the series is a delightfully gothic work that dives deep into dark folklore and explores the hidden depths of the unseen world.

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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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    Sidesplitters: “HAROLD AND KUMAR” actor James Adomian on Vincent Price and His Most Embarrassing Horror Story

    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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