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    “AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW 401: Monsters Among Us” (Review)

    There isn’t much room for normality in FREAK SHOW. There’s never been any in AMERICAN HORROR STORY, at all. Three seasons of fluctuating between unending ghoulishness and spritely trash, the delicious wrong of this anthology series has seen a few constants: a roving, dizzying, dazzling camera; bad bitches as played by Jessica Lange; and a thematic through-line of being ostracized. In its fourth season, the second of which is fully period-set, co-creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk have dipped further back into an atmosphere of repression (1952), one that circles the free-flowing madhouse of a carnie sideshow full of freaks and outcasts and those unwelcome in ordinary society. It is perhaps AMERICAN HORROR STORY at its least subtle (that’s something!), and yet as season premiere “Monsters Among Us” unfolds, also its most focused. 

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    Free FANGORIA Screenings of “WRONG TURN 6″ in NYC and Austin!

    The hills are alive with the sound of killing in WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT, and you can be the first to see this unrated gorefest! FANGORIA will be hosting free advance screenings of the bloody sequel in New York City and Austin, TX on Monday, October 20. Directed by Valeri Milev (CODE RED, RE-KILL) and scripted by Frank (BLACK FOREST) Woodward, WRONG TURN 6 continues the bloody exploits of Three Finger (Rhys Coiro of STRAW DOGS and 20 DAYS OF NIGHT: DARK DAYS) and his cannibal clan. See below on how to get your tickets!

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    “STERLING FOREST: FOREST OF FEAR” (Haunt Review)

    Having grown up in the New York / New Jersey area, there are certain parts of my childhood that still run wild within today and never cease to evoke my most fondest memories. Among them include the Warwick Drive-In, one of the last theaters of its kind, and Sterling Forest, the wooded home to the ever-festive Renaissance Fair in Tuxedo, NY. Yet during the Halloween season, Sterling Forest turns into something completely different and all the more tempting: THE FOREST OF FEAR.

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    Q&A: “STEPHEN KING’S A GOOD MARRIAGE” Director Peter Askin (with exclusive photos)

    What happens when the man you’ve shared decades of your life with turns out to be a serial killer? That’s the central question of STEPHEN KING’S A GOOD MARRIAGE, scripted from his own novella by the master of literary horror and directed by Peter Askin, who discussed the film with FANGORIA.

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    Recap: The 2014 Eyegore Awards & Universal Hollywood Horror Nights

    For those who do not know, the Eyegore awards are the “bad-ass version of the Oscars”, according to the fantastic Danny Trejo who presented a Gargoyle statuette to long time ‘compadre’ Robert Rodriguez at Friday night’s award ceremony held at Universal Studios. Yet the awards also mark the beginning of the Halloween season each year and honor outstanding artists in horror, as well as raising the curtain for the horror mazes at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.

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    “ASMODEXIA” (Movie Review)

    There have been so many exorcism movies by now, especially in the last decade, that it almost seems beside the point to complain about them. Better to seek out the more interesting variations on the well-traveled form, one of which is Marc Carreté’s ASMODEXIA.

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    Q&A: Justin Long on Kevin Smith’s “TUSK”

    Though he’s appeared in such blockbusters as LIVE FREE OR DIE HARD, DODGEBALL and GALAXY QUEST, horror fans remember actor Justin Long best for his genre gigs in JEEPERS CREEPERS, DRAG ME TO HELL and the much underrated AFTER.LIFE. Now the former Mac guy has turned in the most astonishing and challenging work of his career in director Kevin Smith’s jaw-dropping horror yarn TUSK, now in theaters from A24. Long plays a sleazy podcaster who meets his match in eccentric lunatic Michael Parks (of Smith’s RED STATE), who—SPOILER ALERT—transforms the imprisoned man into a sea mammal!

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