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    Q&A: Actor Daniel Roebuck on the Life of a Collector, His Auction and Dr. Shocker’s House of Horror

    Consummate character actor and acclaimed documentarian Daniel Roebuck has compiled an insanely diverse resume during his more than twenty-five years working in television and film, a tally that includes roles in such genre fare as RIVER’S EDGE, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, the HALLOWEEN “re-imaginings,” FINAL DESTINATION, and JOHN DIES AT THE END—not to mention a memorable turn as the exploding Dr. Leslie Artz on LOST. He also happens to own one of the most impressive and eclectic collections of horror memorabilia on the planet.

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    Claire Coffee: More “GRIMM” Than Ever

    NBC’s hit supernatural series GRIMM returns for its third season tonight, chronicling the adventures of Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), a Portland, Oregon police detective who discovers that he is a Grimm, one of a special order who can detect and, when need be, combat a wide variety of human-seeming creatures known collectively as Wesen. When season two ended, Nick had been turned into a 28 DAYS LATER-style zombie and was being shipped to the Wesen Royals in Vienna. Also in Vienna is Adalind Schade, played by Claire Coffee.

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    Q&A: Christian Pitre, “BOUNTY KILLER’s” Mary Death

    In the violent future of BOUNTY KILLER (on Blu-ray and DVD next Tuesday, October 29 from Arc Entertainment), the title assassins target the corporate fat cats who have ravaged the world, and one of the most popular of these weapon-toting celebrities is Mary Death. She’s played by Christian Pitre, making a striking impression in her first feature-film lead.

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    Death Metallers Howling pay tribute to Chas Balun and “HORROR HOLOCAUST” on new record

    HOWLING is not at all shy about letting its genre roots show—the gore-festooned melodic death metallers’ self-declared influences include “80s back issues of FANGORIA, GOREZONE, DEEP RED, and vintage poster/VHS artwork from the glory days” and the band’s excellent full-length debut A BEAST CONCEIVED paid open homage to a bevy of underground classics from the backwoods horror subgenre.

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    Gallery: Dead Right Horror Trivia Night’s Top Ten Halloween Costumes!

    When FANGORIA and Shock Till you Drop decided to team-up to create a horror-based pub trivia night, we had no idea how popular it’d end up. Ryan Turek and I skillfully crafted our questions and game play, and fans showed up in droves. Now, ten months on, the monthly-event has a lengthy waiting list and continues to be super competitive and ridiculously fun. Being October, this past week we added one additional rule to the game play: all participants must come in costume or points will be deducted. Rather than suffer our point-dropping wrath, everyone dressed in festive attire, and considering this is a horror-geeky lot, we saw some astonishingly creative genre-based outfits. Check out the best below!

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    Q&A: “HELLBENDERS” star Clifton Collins Jr.

    In HELLBENDERS, opening in select theaters (in 3D) and on VOD today from Lionsgate, a group of rogue priests calling themselves the Augustine Interfaith Order of Hellbound Saints will do anything to fight evil—including committing some pretty sinful acts themselves. Both enacting and confronting bad behavior on screen is nothing new for actor Clifton Collins Jr., who plays the group’s second-in-command, Larry.

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    A History of British Folk Horror

    England is an old country. There’s evidence of us as a Mesolithic people 15,000 years ago, and the beginnings of a settled society, rituals, religious worship and farming – the first Field in England, in fact – in the Neolithic period. The first version of Stonehenge began to be assembled around 2800 BC; the first stones were laid there in 2200 BC; and the final phase started around 1600 BC. We had a society in the Bronze Age, roughly contemporaneous with Homer’s Troy. The Romans invaded in 55 BC. The Vikings hit us in 790 and 866 AD, taking Nottingham, York and Northumberland before being kicked out by Alfred the Great in 878. And the Normans took us in 1066, irrevocably fusing their own culture with ours.

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    Beyond Fest closes with special Livestreamed screening of “TRICK ‘R TREAT”; EXCL Comments

    The successor to the seasonal cinematic throne is clear, and has been since a groundswell of buzz and support screenings (one by FANGORIA at the no-longer-with-us Pioneer Theater in the East Village) and its eventual immensely inadequate DVD release in October of 2009 saw TRICK ‘R TREAT blow audiences away. Steadily amassing a cult of fans and given a 24-hour annual Halloween marathon on FEARNet, the adoration of Michael Dougherty’s fantastic anthology has culminated in its producers at Legendary giving it the blowout it deserves. TRICK ‘R TREAT will close the currently running Beyond Fest in Los Angeles on Monday, October 28 with a cast and crew panel and screening at the Egyptian Theater, with both the film and Q&A livestreamed over Facebook. Writer/director Michael Dougherty spoke with FANGORIA about the enduring picture and the upcoming event…

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    “WORLD WAR Z”: Max Brooks’ Battlefield Report, Part Two

    More ink was spilled on the film version of WORLD WAR Z than on any other horror flick in recent memory. First early gossip pegged the troubled production as DOA months before it even opened, but WORLD WAR Z (now available on disc, including an extended version Blu-ray) ultimately emerged as a summer blockbuster, grossing over $540 million worldwide.

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    NYCC ’13: Exclusive comments, photos from WWE Studios/“SEE NO EVIL 2”/“LEPRECHAUN: ORIGINS” panel

    Yesterday at New York Comic-Con 2013, this writer had the great opportunity to host WWE Studios’ Halloween Horror panel, previewing the company’s upcoming SEE NO EVIL 2 and LEPRECHAUN: ORIGINS with a host of talent in attendance. Keep reading for exclusive comments from the stars/filmmakers and pics from the event.

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    Q&A: Mark Patton reflects on “FREDDY’S REVENGE” and More

    One of the more significant things that occurred in the wake of NEVER SLEEP AGAIN, the 2010 documentary about the A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series, was the re-examination of the series’ second entry, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE. Since that time, the film’s lead, Mark Patton, has taken to the convention circuit, providing a very visible presence for what many have labeled the gayest horror film ever made. In honor of his upcoming appearance at THE MASSACRE in Chicago (see details below), Patton talks to FANGORIA about his memories of his NIGHTMARE cast mates and the platform that he has created for himself as an activist and humanitarian.

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