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    “THE HARVEST” (Movie Review)

    Director John McNaughton secured his horror rep with the insinuating authenticity of HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, and following a couple of more fanciful fear concepts in the intervening years, he returns to the real world with THE HARVEST. Only this time, there’s more than a touch of grim fairy tale to the film.

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    Q&A: “HENRY” Director John McNaughton on His New Chiller “THE HARVEST”

    It has been over 30 years since John McNaughton came out of Chicago and entered horror history with his groundbreaking HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER. Now he’s back with his first genre project since his 2006 MASTERS OF HORROR stint: the domestic chiller THE HARVEST, which he discusses in this exclusive interview.

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    Event Report: FANGORIA’s Star-Studded “COVER TO COVER” Signing at NYC’s Forbidden Planet!

    Forbidden Planet: It’s New York City’s mecca of Nerd Culture and fandom in all of its forms. Forbidden Planet NYC is also one of the few locations from around the world brave enough to carry both FANGORIA and GOREZONE as well as official FANGORIA apparel. So when it came time to find a place for FANGORIA to host our signing of Cemetery Dance’s COVER TO COVER coffee table book, the choice was a no-brainer: the FANGORIA staff and various NY-based horror celebrities would gladly venture into Forbidden Planet.

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    Exclusive Trailer: John Portanova’s “VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH”

    There’s few subgenres that have seen such an unexpected resurgence as the bigfoot horror film, with the prolific one-two punch of Bobcat Goldthwait’s WILLOW CREEK and Eduardo Sanchez’s EXISTS leading the way last year. However, a new contender is throwing their hat in the ring in 2015, with horror collective The October People’s latest eerie outing, VALLEY OF THE SASQUATCH. And now, FANGORIA has the exclusive first trailer for John Portanova’s sasquatch scare fare, which you can give a look below!

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    Exclusive: First Trailer for Clive Barker’s “THE SCARLET GOSPELS”

    For fans of Clive Barker, the reality of THE SCARLET GOSPELS is one that will have to be seen to be believed; after all, it’s been in development for over a decade, with Barker himself having chatted about the project on the very first episode of FANGORIA Radio. The epic novel, which finally will be available in May courtesy of Saint Martin’s Press, has long been touted as Barker’s grand masterpiece, colliding the worlds of the Cenobites and Harry D’Amour in a showdown of visceral and terrifying proportions. And now, FANGORIA is proud to present the exclusive first trailer for Clive Barker’s THE SCARLET GOSPELS!

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    Stanley Film Festival ’15: An Exclusive Q&A with SFF Programmer Landon Zakheim, Part Two

    As horror fans from around the globe know, there’s no horror-centric festival that has risen to prominence as quickly and loudly as the Stanley Film Festival. Taking place at the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, the festival became one of the most buzzed about experiences for horror fans in recent times, adding a level of interactivity and immersion on top of a diverse and terrifying film slate. And since FANGORIA will be taking Stanley by storm this upcoming April, we recently chatted with Director of Programming Landon Zakheim in a massive, three-part dialogue about the one-of-a-kind haunted hotel and the only film festival that takes the horror beyond the big screen…

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    Q&A: Directors Scott Beck and Bryan Woods on Shining a “NIGHTLIGHT”

    Scott Beck and Bryan Woods were not yet teenagers when they met through a mutual lunch-table friend at their elementary school in Bettendorf, Iowa. The pair quickly discovered a shared love of filmmaking that ultimately led to their feature debut with NIGHTLIGHT, which goes into release today from Lionsgate.

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    The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horrors We’d Like to See in 3D!

    It’s strange how, for something so commonly referred to as a “gimmick” by people in and outside of the industry, 3D has been a big part of horror history, and has been there for many of its milestones. During the ’50s, 3D was a definitive attraction when it came to CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, which remains a selling point at revival screenings to this day, and also brought in audiences to such genre pictures as HOUSE OF WAX and DIAL M FOR MURDER. Later, during the horror surge of the early ’80s, the gimmick came back, most prominently during FRIDAY THE 13TH PART III, which effectively used 3D to enhance the slasher tropes of the time. And when 3D made it’s grand comeback in the late ’00s, it did so with horror by its side, with MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D, CORALINE and THE FINAL DESTINATION all pre-dating the post-AVATAR 3D boom. And while 3D is still a presence nowadays, it’s not nearly used as commonly as in past years, where almost every studio release would tack on 3D for a box office boost.

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    Q&A: Actor Lou Taylor Pucci Talks the Monstrous Romance of “SPRING”

    Toward the end of shooting PERSONAL VELOCITY back in 2001, up-and-coming actor Lou Taylor Pucci received a bit of frank career advice from writer/director Rebecca Miller. “Don’t do shit,” the daughter of famed playwright Arthur Miller and wife of Daniel Day-Lewis told him—and Pucci took the three-word maxim to heart.

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