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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER”

    Do you believe in ghosts, ghouls and things that go bump in the night? We here at the FANGORIA Vault sure do, considering we’re cleaning up their mess every morning. And while fishing through myriad piles of discarded papers and photos every day can be tiring, we do find certain treasures among the trash from time to time. This morning is one of those times, of course, as FANGORIA has stumbled on some excellent stills and artwork from the landmark horror series KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER!

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    True Grue: The Unsolved Mystery of “Jack the Ripper”

    Welcome to “True Grue,” a weekly article that dives into real life, harrowing horrors. For the interest of good taste, this graphic feature aims not to be exploitative, but rather informative, and rest assured, there are many different territories that will be strictly off-limits. But for those with a hungry mind and a strong stomach, read on at your own discretion…

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    Q&A: John Hurt on His Futuristic Trip in “SNOWPIERCER”

    John Hurt is missing an arm and a leg as Gilliam in Bong Joon-ho’s SNOWPIERCER, but the actor played a role in keeping the film intact for the U.S. With the film opening today, Hurt sat down for a one-on-one with Fango about the epic sci-fi adventure—and confirmed his upcoming collaboration with another Gilliam (Terry).

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    Unearthed: A (Secret) History of Horror at USC

    Beneath the Eileen Norris Cinema Theatre at the University of Southern California (USC), a fluorescent-lit corridor connects a series of rooms brimmed with film cans, metal shelving and machines. This is where celluloid dreams are preserved – and as of late – filmic nightmares, unearthed. Around back and down two flights of stairs you’ll find the Hugh M. Hefner Moving Image Archive, home to over 70,000 motion picture negatives, magnetic sound elements and release prints… and in just the last three years, home to what might be some of the most important discoveries in modern horror film history.

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    Shadowvision: “CURSE OF CHUCKY”

    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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    Toys of Terror #13

    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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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “NIGHTBREED”

    Believe it or not, among the nightmarish visions and treacherous illusions infesting the FANGORIA archive, there’s something magical about the preservation of such rich genre history. Be it rare pictures of men in monstrous suits or true genre artists on the set of their passion project, discovering gems of scare fare past is inherently exciting and all the more nostalgic. And with a recent find in the FANGORIA archive, this writer has uncovered some gorgeous stills and behind-the-scenes shots of Clive Barker’s fantastic and immersive monster odyssey, NIGHTBREED.

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    Sidesplitters: “NEVER NOT FUNNY”‘s Matt Belknap on “PET SEMATARY” & Why “TRUE DETECTIVE” Counts as Horror

    Horror and Comedy go together like masks and murderers, as both set out to evoke reactions from even the most immovable of audiences. Therefore, it’s no surprise that so many funnymen are ardent fright fans. In our new column, Sidesplitters, FANGORIA chats with comedians who love horror as much as they love humor.

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