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    Q&A: Juno Temple on Playing Dead Yet Alive in “HORNS”

    There’s a lot going on and a number of varied supporting characters in HORNS, Alexandre Aja’s adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel, but the person the story hinges on isn’t even alive as it begins. She’s Merrin Williams, murdered girlfriend of protagonist Ig Perrish, played by the luminous Juno Temple; FANGORIA got the chance to speak with the actress about her pivotal role.

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    Toys of Terror #28

    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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    Exclusive Interview: Jeffrey Combs Returns to Play Poe in “NEVERMORE”

    Like a lightning rod striking from a demon’s view of storm clouds, Jeffrey Combs embodies Edgar Allan Poe in NEVERMORE. The one-man stage show, coming to the Boston area this Friday, Halloween night, features a sparse set with Combs at its center—commanding the text and the audience, ranting, yearning, recreating and elaborating on material from speaking engagements Poe himself performed throughout these United States.

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    Recap: “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Fan Event in New Orleans

    It’s rather uncommon for a television show to become so intertwined to a certain location later into its run as AMERICAN HORROR STORY has to New Orleans since its third season, COVEN. Most television shows, such as THE WALKING DEAD and DEXTER, often incorporate their shooting location into the aesthetics of the show, which helps define their narrative voices. However, with AMERICAN HORROR STORY, it took the phenomenal atmosphere and architecture of New Orleans to realize COVEN, which has since helped define the old-fashioned aura of FREAK SHOW as well. So it was no surprise to FANGORIA that if AMERICAN HORROR STORY were to set up their definitive fan event, it would be nowhere else but The Big Easy… and in the historically creepy Buckner Mansion, no less.

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    Stream to Scream: “WHILE SHE WAS OUT”

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: Susan Montford’s cat-and-mouse thriller WHILE SHE WAS OUT.

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    Q&A: Olivia Cooke talks “OUIJA”

    Currently sitting atop the box office is OUIJA. The modest, suburban set teen scream from Universal and Blumhouse is divisive among horror fans yes, but it’s undoubtedly still endearing to see the kids have come out the last weekend in October for jolts and frights. Which OUIJA does have, thanks to some ghoulish design in its supernatural entities and the emotional authenticity from lead Olivia Cooke. 

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    Shadowvision: “NIGHTBREED: THE DIRECTOR’S CUT”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black and white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    Q&A: Keanu Reeves enters the “zoo of revenge” as JOHN WICK

    In homage to the film’s eponymous character, let’s dispatch with any namby-pamby vacillations or too-cute flourishes and employ some Bruce Lee-esque economy of motion (and language) here: JOHN WICK is hands down one of the best, most enlivening revenge thrillers to come down the pike in years—a prime-cut of uber-adrenalized, exquisitely realized action filmmaking that not only manages to bridge the gaps between A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, EASTERN PROMISES, the BOURNE franchise, and the glorious insanity of later DEATH WISH flicks, but also achieves a near-perfect balance of pulse-raising, harrowing combat; heart-rending pathos; absurdist fun; primal, righteous—if somewhat reluctant!—vengeance; and, oh yeah, a body count sure to fill the heads of morticians in the audience with visions of retirement to the south of France. 

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    Guest Blog: “THE ABCs OF DEATH 2″ Director Alejandro Brugues on “ALIEN”

    As a burgeoning series of films, THE ABCs OF DEATH anthologies are predicated on, well death. The wait for it. The horror of it. The humor in it. It’s inevitable, and even in just three or so minutes, the build can be massive. These experimental, sometimes exhausting omnibuses see a massive ensemble of international filmmakers try their hands at the short format and visceral release of onscreen demise. But what put them on this path? What shocking, horrifying, hilarious, titillating filmic expirations influenced them? The directors of THE ABCs OF DEATH 2 are contributing guest blogs on their favorite cinematic deaths to all manner of movie sites. Here at Fango, JUAN OF THE DEAD helmer Alejandro Brugués writes of his.

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