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    “THE TWILIGHT ZONE ANNUAL” (Comic Review)

    THE TWILIGHT ZONE will never die and thank Rod, er, God for that. The shuddery, sophisticated dark fantasy house that Serling built towered over the small screen from 1959 – 1964 (see our recent look at some of the essential episodes HERE) and has spawned ample merchandise, two – to date – television revamps, a feature film (and another reportedly on the way), a radio drama series and comic books. The latter media is resurrected anew courtesy of Dynamite Comics for their THE TWILIGHT ZONE Annual one-shot, three tales of Serling-stained fiction that stay mostly in line with the spirit of the series, if perhaps on occasion being even a notch or two nastier.

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    Exclusive Video Q&A: Nicholas Vince talks “NIGHTBREED”

    As our loyal readers may know by now, FANGORIA certainly made a mark at Atlantic City’s premiere horror convention, Bizarre A.C. back in June. There, Fango’s Ken W. Hanley spoke to actor Nicholas Vince, who adorned mountains of make-up for the now-iconic roles of ‘The Chatterer’ in HELLRAISER and ‘Kinski’ in NIGHTBREED.

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    FANGORIA Musick: It Lives Within Takes You To “THE SHACK”; Full Album Now Available

    FANGORIA’s new digital download-only label, FANGORIA Musick aims to provide our readers with the ideal background to reading our mag and website, with a landscape of fantastic, dark, cinematic music. It started with a free download of editor Chris Alexander’s own experimental dark music album BEYOND THE DARKNESS: AN AUDIO NIGHTMARE and continued with Werewolves in Siberia’s DAWN OF THE FLESHEATERS here. Throne of Anguish and their frightening collection WATCHERS IN THE SHADOWS was next, then came erotic electro act SciFiSol and their platter 303’s&BRIDES, climaxing last week with the signing of dark ambient/spoken word outfit The Varp and their chilling opus GRAVEYARD OF THE UNIVERSE.

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    STARLOG Preview: Director Dave Green talks “EARTH TO ECHO”

    Sci-fi fans, FANGORIA is proud to announce that STARLOG will relaunch on Monday, July 14th. In the soft reboot of our sister publication, STARLOG  will be providing you with the latest in Sci-fi, fantasy and nerd culture as well as new perspectives on the genres. To celebrate our announcement, FANGORIA is providing STARLOG fans with an exclusive preview of what to expect: an interview with director Dave Green, who spoke to STARLOG about his latest venture, EARTH TO ECHO.

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    Q&A: Drew Nelson on “THE STRAIN”

    As horror increasingly finds both an audience and critical acclaim on television, it’s no surprise that Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s vampire epic THE STRAIN has become one of the most highly anticipated projects of the summer. With del Toro serving as executive producer (as well as director on the pilot) and BATES MOTEL and LOST mastermind Carlton Cuse serving as showrunner, the pedigree associated with the series only intensifies those expectations. Yet THE STRAIN also sports considerable talent in front of the camera as well, exhibiting a diverse cast that includes Corey Stoll, David Bradley, Mia Maestro, Sean Astin and Drew Nelson. Nelson spoke to FANGORIA about his role on the show, working with Guillermo del Toro and if fans of the book series are in for any surprises…

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    Toys of Terror #14

    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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    “DEAD BOY DETECTIVES VOL. 1: SCHOOLBOY TERRORS” (Comic Review)

    Now over twenty years old, Vertigo has changed the comic industry in many ways. DC’S longest running imprint introduced serious takes on magic and horror, the bizarre and mysterious, and have gone on to influence future generations of dreamers, movers and shakers. And with such fan-favorite titles as HELLBLAZER, SANDMAN and FABLES, there’s bound to be numerous spin-offs of oft-mentioned yet unexplored characters that lurk in the underbelly of larger works. One such story is DEAD BOY DETECTIVES. First introduced in SANDMAN #25, the mini-gumshoes saw brief appearances in various publications, along with a couple of limited-series of their own over the years. It wasn’t until this past year did they finally get their own monthly series however, one that’s arrived in cumulated graphic novel, SHOOLBOY TERRORS.

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    Contest: Win The New “HELLRAISER” Prints From Studiohouse!

    As the most trusted name in horror for over 35 years, FANGORIA prides itself on providing fright fans with the newest and coolest genre art available today. That’s why FANGORIA and Studiohouse Designs are teaming up to provide our fans with their latest HELLRAISER-inspired print. However, to get one for free, you’re going to have to earn it!

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    Exclusive Video Q&A: Robert LaSardo on “THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE III” at Bizarre A.C. II

    A couple of weeks ago, FANGORIA dug into the guests and events at Atlantic City’s premiere horror convention, Bizarre A.C. There, Fango’s Ken W. Hanley took the opportunity to sit and chat with esteemed character actor Robert LaSardo, who is prominently featured in the upcoming finale of Tom Six’s twisted trilogy, THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE III: FINAL SEQUENCE.

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    “THE FRENZY WOLVES” (Book Review)

    It’s hard to keep up with Buffalo-based lunatic, Greg Lamberson. Writer. Director. Producer. Author. Film Festival director. Father. The man is prolific (see FANGORIA #316 for our extensive feature), tireless and attacks all his interests with vigor. He’s also a great storyteller as well as a fine mythmaker, and his latest novel, THE FRENZY WOLVES, is yet another solid chapter in his vibrant, eccentric body of work.

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    Exclusive Video Q&A: Doug Bradley talks “HELLRAISER” Reboot at Bizarre A.C. II!

    FANGORIA Fanatics, lend us your eyes! At Bizarre A.C. II two weeks back, FANGORIA carved our way through guests, events and real deal horror hounds. With more recaps and interviews still to come, Fango’s Ken W. Hanley made sure to catch up with the one and only Doug Bradley (a/k/a Pinhead from the “HELLRAISER” franchise)!

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