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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Continues Their Stay in “AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM”!

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    For this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE, Darren & Mindy continue their AMERICAN HORROR STORY immersion, offering up their second episode on AHS: ASYLUM! The demonic duo breakdown the episodes and follow the narratives of Nazi mad scientists, demon-possessed nuns, alien abductees, and the legend of Bloodyface.

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  • Q&A: Filmmaker Paul Schrader talks “DOG EAT DOG”

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    One of cinema’s greatest writers and most adventurous directors, there’s few filmmakers that are as prolific and as versatile as Paul Schrader. From his early years behind the page for Scorsese to his recent independent efforts behind the camera, Schrader’s career has at least earned the term interesting, especially considering the filmmaker’s many efforts to retain his vision for the stories he tells. Luckily, Schrader’s vision is unfiltered, uncut, and unpredictable with DOG EAT DOG, an adaptation of Eddie Bunker’s crime novel starring Nicolas Cage and Willem Dafoe. With the film playing at Fantastic Fest and finally hitting general audiences this weekend, FANGORIA spoke to Schrader about DOG EAT DOG, having final cut, and whether or not the filmmaker will ever return to the horror genre…

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  • Some Severe Situations #5: “Marital Splat”

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    She couldn’t believe she married the prick. Furthermore, she couldn’t believe she spent forty-three years of her life stuck in that dead, joyless union. But what was more unbelievable than either of those two unfortunate truths was the fact that she was so desperate to get out of it that she handed her secret life savings—all five-hundred and thirty-seven dollars of it, still in the dusty shoebox, crooked and creased from being shoved down between the wall and the dresser—over to that messy woman for a black magic “disintegration” spell; something out of an old-wives’ tale that would miraculously do her husband in for good. And what was even more unbelievable than that was the goddamned thing worked.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” uncover “JENNIFER’S BODY”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab welcome up-and-coming fright filmmaker Chelsea Stardust to the podcast to discuss JENNIFER’S BODY! That’s right: THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW discuss Karyn Kusama’s modern cult classic, female filmmakers in horror, and more! Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • Q&A: Zoe Kazan on Bryan Bertino’s “THE MONSTER”

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    One of the strongest aspects about Bryan Bertino’s latest horror offering THE MONSTER is that the film operates on many different levels. To some, THE MONSTER is an exceptional practical creature showcase, while to others, it’s a simple and solid exercise in intense horror filmmaking. But most viewers of THE MONSTER will appreciate the emotional story at the heart of the film, elevated by a pair of incredible performances by Ella Ballentine and Zoe Kazan. The latter, in the role of a combative and mentally wrought Mother, plays a truly unflattering role with gusto and resolve, and on the eve of the film’s VOD expansion, FANGORIA caught up with Kazan to discuss her experiences with THE MONSTER…

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  • Toys of Terror #126

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    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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  • “STRANGER THINGS”-themed Survival Horror Experience “FROM BEYOND” Opens November 27th at NYZ Apocalypse

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    In October, the full-contact experience ULTRA VIOLENCE became the first theatrical show in the world where guests were allowed to fight back against actors. Giving guests a foam pipe and dropping them in an interactive storyline, Fringe Immersive and NYZ Apocalypse gave paying customers the opportunity to play inmates surviving a prison riot and fighting costumed gangs. Now, Fringe Immersive and NYZ are back with FROM BEYOND, a new Survival Horror Experience based on The Montauk Project, the source material for the hit Netflix TV series STRANGER THINGS.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Checks In To “AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM”!

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    For this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE, Darren & Mindy return to their re-examination of the AMERICAN HORROR STORY series, discussing insane, chaotic second season, subtitled “Asylum.” The demonic duo talk over Ryan Murphy’s tales of the brutal and bizarre in Briarcliff Manor, as well as America’s history with bedlam, demons, and mad scientists.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” talks “THE CHANGELING” and “DEAD ALIVE”!

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    On this week’s episodes of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab offer a dual dose of horror talk with a pair of petrifying episodes! In the first episode, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW exhume Peter Medak’s fantastic fright classic THE CHANGELING! Meanwhile, the second installment of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW this week welcomes Mark and Vin from THE HORRORCAST to discuss Peter Jackson’s incredible splatter comedy, DEAD ALIVE! Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • “CHIMICHANGA: SORROW OF THE WORLD’S WORST FACE #2” (Comic Book Review)

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    If little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice, then Lulu the Bearded Girl got a bit of fire and steak in her gullet as well. The tough talking, common sense wielding, pint-size matron of the Wrinkle’s Traveling Circus is back again continuing her adventure with the perpetually bummed out Ronny the Hairy Man and her pet monster Chimichanga that started in the first issue. As expected from the multi-talented duo of writer Eric Powell and artist Stephanie Buscema, the second issue manages to keep the momentum going as Lulu finds herself battling the ghosts of a rival circus in pop art inspired illustrations that made the initial release so successful. Heck, it’s just as fun as going to the real circus but way cheaper.

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