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  • FANTASTICA Presents: The Underdog Romances of Horror

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    With Valentine’s Day around the corner, FANTASTICA #1 will be filling the hearts of those lucky enough to pick up FANGORIA’s Valentine Box. And while there are more than enough frightful Valentine’s recommendations for fright films throughout that magazine, including Rebekah McKendry’s Top 25 Horror Movie Romances of All Time, FANTASTICA would like to take a moment to shine a light on some of the weirder horror movie romances that have gone overlooked throughout the years, for one reason or another.

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  • “ALMOST HUMAN” Director Returns with “THE MIND’S EYE”

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    One of 2013’s most talked-about indie horror outings was ALMOST HUMAN, Joe Begos’ backwoods love letter to ’80s horror cinema. Part alien abduction flick, part slasher, Begos made his mark among many horror fans as a director to watch, and today, word comes down from Deadline about his sophomore fright feature, THE MIND’S EYE.

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  • “WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS” creators reveal what they didn’t do

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    If you catch WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS as it begins its theatrical run today, you’ll see one of the funniest horror/comedies ever. And below, filmmakers/stars Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi note a few things you won’t see, like a reference to a certain vampire franchise and a suggestion by none other than Peter Jackson.

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  • Deaditorial: Horror’s Perspective Problem, or How to Save the “FRIDAY THE 13TH” Franchise

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    Let’s face it, horror fans: the so-call classics of the genre will never be left alone. If there is a brand to be taken advantage of, or an angle that works that can be twisted or warped for a contemporary audience, then it will happen. It’s inevitable, and as much as it sucks to imagine that we’ll ostensibly live in a world where the HALLOWEEN, FRIDAY THE 13TH and NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET franchises will outlive us, there’s not much we could do to stop it, even if they’re coming at rate of one or two entries per decade.

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  • Event Report: FANGORIA’s “WYRMWOOD” Screening at NYC’s IFC Center!

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    Last night, FANGORIA fans packed the house at NYC’s excellent IFC Center, which served as host for our free screening of IFC Midnight’s Australian zombie shoot-’em-up WYRMWOOD: ROAD OF THE DEAD. And while many in the horror community have complained about the surge of zombie fiction in post-WALKING DEAD pop culture, it’s this writer’s pleasure to say that WYRMWOOD is a kick-ass return to form for the genre, which brings some innovation and humor to the petrifying proceedings in a big way.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Dead Horror Films We’d Love to See!

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    In the horror genre, as well as filmmaking at large, it’s no surprised that there are a mountain of unrealized movies floating around in cinematic limbo. Between scripts that are purchased so that competitors can’t produce them, scripts that are rewritten beyond recognition and the multitude of movies where financing fell apart, the industry is filled with many fright films that almost were. And yet in our imaginations, these films still remain as real as ever to horror fans, with our fervent twisted minds filling in the spaces left blank by cruel circumstance.

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  • Q&A: Adam Green on “DIGGING UP THE MARROW”, Part One

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    Whether you like his work or not, there’s a certain level of respect owed to Adam Green with his latest film, DIGGING UP THE MARROW. Since the project’s inception, Green has championed Alex Pardee’s importance to MARROW as an integral part of its conception, development and eventual creation, so much so that Green and Pardee are bringing MARROW on the road alongside with Pardee’s art and other exclusives strictly available during their TOURING THROUGH THE MARROW experience. In light of the tour’s imminent start, as well as the DIGGING UP THE MARROW’s impending release, Green spoke to FANGORIA for a lengthy, two-part interview about how MARROW came to be, and how the film has become Green’s most personal project to date…

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