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    Q&A: “[REC] 4: APOCALYPSE” Director Jaume Balagueró and Star Manuela Velasco

    Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza’s 78-minute 2007 scorcher [REC] just might have been the finest found-footage film and the most terrifying zombie movie to arrive on screens in the 2000s. The dual directors decided to split up for the last two films in the resulting franchise, with Balagueró bringing back original star Manuela Velasco for the latest entry, [REC] 4: APOCALYPSE.

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    “HELL FIRE” (DVD Review)

    HELL FIRE, just out on DVD and VOD from Midnight Releasing, is the latest from New York’s Insane-O-Rama Productions, and lives up to the promise of that herald. Out of its mind and bloody as heck, it’s a jolt of adrenaline into the veins of the grassroots horror scene.

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    On Set: “THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2 ANGEL OF DEATH,” Part Two

    The danger with a sequel to a film like THE WOMAN IN BLACK, this writer suggests to director Tom Harper, must lie in the temptation to enhance the role of a title character who works best the less she’s seen. There’s also the potential problem of dissipating the first film’s claustrophobia by broadening the canvas, but Harper says that while we learn more about the ghostly Jennet Humfrye in THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2 ANGEL OF DEATH, she’s still kept in the shadows as much as possible.

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    Merry Xmas! Warm up with Rebekah McKendry’s “BARISTA” for FREE!

    Merry Christmas, FANGORIA readers one and all! A holiday that’s close to our hearts, disembodied or otherwise, Christmas has always been a great time for seriously eerie entertainment, whether it be the likes of BLACK CHRISTMAS or SANTA’S SLAY. So for our 35th Christmas this year, FANGORIA wants to offer you something very special to help tide over your holidays: Rebekah McKendry’s festival favorite short, BARISTA, for FREE!

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    The Year in Horror, 2014: Rebekah McKendry’s Top 10 Horrors

    I noted in my FANGORIA Top 10 List from 2013 that fans were shifting from big studio pictures to the indie markets. In 2014 this pattern not only continued, it exploded! While major studio pics like AS ABOVE, SO BELOW, THE QUIET ONES, and OUIJA struggled to impress genre fans, indie flicks delivered top notch scares without the big budgets and massive P&A campaigns.

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    The Year in Horror, 2014: Ken’s Top 10 Films

    With little over a week until Christmas, and two weeks until New Years Eve, it seems that 2014 has been a divisive year in the world of horror. While 2013 was a boon to genre films studio and indie alike, 2014 was not as lucky: great offerings mostly found their debut on VOD, while great studio horror was, more or less, widely accepted as a dime a dozen. But while 2015 may offer some truly creepy cinema, this polarizing nature of 2014’s horror offerings will do well for at least one thing: varied, unpredictable and oddly defensive End of Year lists!

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    Frighten Up Your Holidays with New FANGORIA Merch!

    I think it’s fair to say that the majority of FANGORIA fans are falling on the “Naughty” list this year (and more than likely, for many years before that.) But here at FANGORIA, being naughty is nice, and while you decorate your home with blood red and gruesome green, we’ve decided to stock up with brand new and excellent deals at the FANGORIA store!

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    FANGO Flashback: “The Bloody Best of FANGORIA”

    FANGORIA has certainly had its fair share of up’s and down’s over the years, but with 35 years and counting, there’s no denying that FANGORIA has earned the right to call itself “the first in fright.” Over those years, FANGORIA has given generations of horror fans the inside scoop on horror films new and old, big and small, gory, creepy, strange and surreal, including exclusive SFX pictures, interviews and more. And today, FANGORIA still stands steadfast among the horror community, giving fright fans in-depth and excellent coverage of all things horror, reviving GOREZONE and finding new, unique ways to spread our wicked wings.

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