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  • “DARK SEDUCTION” (Film Review)

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    Coming out of the gates like the long lost gem that it is, the Greg Travis-helmed DARK SEDUCTION is a type of film very rarely seen these days, complete with a blend of pulp/noir greatness. Originally shot in 1984 and lost for decades, the Jim Jarmusch-like detective yarn feels like a cross between Raymond Chandler and the vampire films that were so magical and exciting growing up with.

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  • Women in Horror Film Festival launched, accepting submissions!

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    As stronger support continues to develop for recognition of women’s roles in film-making, a brand new film festival, WOMEN IN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL, is launched and dedicated to showcasing women in various positions of production.  In order to meet the criteria for selection, the submitted work must have at least 50% of roles that are fulfilled by women. These roles include: producers, directors, writers, cinematographers, and lead talent for the completed project.

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  • Exclusive Pics, Q&A: Loris Curci & Sofia Rakova talk “HAVANA DARKNESS”

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    Loris Curci has been making waves in the horror industry for well over a decade producing films and documentaries such as SUSPIRIA: 25TH ANNIVERSARY, BEYOND THE LIVING DEAD, ZONE OF THE DEAD, and 11-11-11. Now, in his most recent efforts, Curci has produced the first horror flick in Cuba to be shot in English, HAVANA DARKNESS. Slated for a release in March of 2017, HAVANA DARKNESS follows three friends who journey to Havana, Cuba to investigate the origins of a manuscript written by Ernest Hemingway. Unfortunately, terror ensues and the three friends must fight to survive through maze horror beyond their imagination. In between post production of HAVANA DARKNESS and his latest film NIGHTWORLD staring Jason London and Robert Englund, Loris and collaborator Sofia Rakova took some time to answer a few questions about this history-making film.

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  • Q&A: Jeff Nelson & Cliff McMillan talk Scream Factory!

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    For nearly five years now, Cliff McMillan and Jeff Nelson have given horror fans a regular output of classic, contemporary and original horror films under the Scream Factory banner, the genre offshoot of the long-running Shout! Factory label. Whether it be a forgotten genre films like EVILSPEAK (1981) or an all-out horror lover’s wet dream in the form of HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION or NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT, a film that many fans never thought they’d ever see, McMillan and Nelson have really shown time and time again that they have genre fans’ desires at heart. With the recent Blu-ray releases of DREAMSCAPE (1984) and BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974), we thought we’d have a chat with the duo regarding those titles, many others and the upcoming fifth anniversary of the label being created.

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  • Exclusive Interview: John McNaughton remembers “HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER”

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    Growing up during the late 1960s, John McNaughton, in ear-ringing solidarity with the vast majority of his hepcat peers, blared the radio nigh constantly, reveling in a singularly revolutionary moment in rock n’ roll history. But the future auteur wasn’t only in it for the latest pop subversions—he also adored what he describes as the “fabulously lurid, assaultive” commercials for the latest indie horror films.

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  • Exclusive Behind-the-Scenes Clip: Adam Wingard’s “BLAIR WITCH”, on Blu-ray Next Week!

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    Earlier this year, fright fans were plunged back into the universe of THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT for the first time in over fifteen years with BLAIR WITCH. Yet returning to one of horror’s most renowned properties took more than throwing a new batch of fresh faces into the woods with cameras, and in an exclusive clip from the new BLAIR WITCH Blu-ray below, horrorheads can see just how much went into rebuilding the iconic locations from the BLAIR WITCH mythos!

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  • The 2016 Horror Holiday Blu-ray Gift Guide!

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    2016 is almost at an end. The holidays are here, and for some horror heads, finding that terrifying treat for the fright fan in their life can be a living nightmare. But fear not, last minute shoppers, as FANGORIA has some wicked words to help you find the perfect scare fare for your stocking stuffers…

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  • Exclusive Clip: Behind The Scenes with Clowns & Chainsaws in Rob Zombie’s “31”!

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    Between his hit records, incredible live performances, and frightening filmography, there’s no denying that Rob Zombie is a horror icon. With his gruesome and bizarre grindhouse aesthetics, Zombie has heralded a cult fan base as fervent and excitable as any of his peers and predecessors. With his latest film, 31, Zombie hand-crafted a terror title that delivers anything and everything that fanbase could want from the filmmaker, and with the film’s home video release hitting tomorrow, FANGORIA has an exclusive clip that shows just how hand-crafted 31 really was!

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  • Event Report: The 2016 Another Hole in the Head Film Festival!

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    After attending most of the genre offerings at SFindiefest, I was more than a little excited for their genre counterpart, Another Hole in the Head. The fest is in its lucky 13th year, but is still totally dedicated to celebrating little and local films. With a plethora of new, unseen, and unreleased genre films, buffed up by exciting retrospective screenings and musical events, I must say: Another Hole in the Head is awesome.

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  • The Year in Horror, 2016: Elijah’s Top 10 Horror Films!

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    There’s somewhat of a catharsis associated with creating (and digesting) year-end lists. Distilling twelve months of experiences to a handful of bite-sized high notes, it’s got an easy appeal. I spent most of my 2016 traveling. I had the amazing privilege to attend some of the greatest genre film festivals on earth, to meet some incredible and incredibly talented people, and to live in places I’d dreamt of seeing since I was a kid. Most of my 2016 was phenomenal. And I’ll tell you, there were only so many “2016 is the worst year of my life” posts I could see from friends on social media before I started to feel just a bit guilty. Until very recently, my 2016 was adventure and new friends and new experiences.

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