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  • “EVIL DEAD” (2013) Alternate Ending, Deleted Scenes Uncovered!

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    One of the biggest surprises of 2013 for horror fans was Fede Alvarez’s EVIL DEAD remake, which introduce the franchise to younger audiences with a brutal helping of blood and gore. And yet, while Alvarez has often attested the film was barely cut to achieve an R, fans have wondered what had been left on the cutting room floor after all, and when they would be able to see it. And while FANGORIA does not know if this paints a complete picture of EVIL DEAD, fans can check out some of the “lost footage” right frigging now!

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  • Fango Flashback: “THE VANISHING” (a/k/a “SPOORLOOS”)

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    As graphic as the genre can be at times, the truth about horror is that our greatest nightmares are the constructs of our own imagination. Albeit now a generic statement, the most frightening things about reality come from the unknown, as our conceivable thoughts can paint a picture much worse than reality. However, at the same time, people understand that there are truly sick individuals out there in the world, and in rare occasions, our imaginations have nothing on what horrors people are capable of for seemingly no reason. And it’s that terrifying double standard that fuels the obsession at the heart of George Sluizer’s THE VANISHING (a/k/a SPOORLOOS), and the brief glimmer of hope that takes us down the darkest depths of the human soul.

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  • New Info: Arrow’s Uncut “MARK OF THE DEVIL” Blu-ray!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported on U.K. specialty distributor Arrow Films plans to expand their releases to the U.S., and now we have the lowdown on their first release, Michael Armstrong’s MARK OF THE DEVIL. And aside from the previously announced release date of March 17th, FANGORIA can now confirm the release will bring the uncut version of the film to the U.S. and U.K. for the very first time!

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  • For Your Consideration: The Chainsaw Nominees for Best Horror TV Series of 2014!

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    With voting now in session for the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards, fright fans are deliberating to select the most terrifying nominees of each category. And as many of you have noticed, this is the first year that FANGORIA has introduced television categories to the Chainsaw Awards, as horror appears to be here to stay on the small screen. But the race was tough to select which five scary serials were most deserving on the nominations, and now, we’d like to refresh your memory!

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  • “GHOSTBUSTERS” Reboot Adds Cast, Release Date

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    Is there any franchise that’s taken such a long, strange road as GHOSTBUSTERS? One of the most celebrated genre titles of all time, the film was followed by a milquetoast sequel, a tons of successful merchandise, a theme park attraction, an animated series, an official video game (with saw all cast members returning), a languishing third entry and, now, a full-on property reboot with all-female leads from the director of BRIDESMAIDS. And while that last bit has been an unfortunate topic of controversy among horror fans, it seems that all the bitching and cynicism in the world isn’t going to keep the new GHOSTBUSTERS from coming out, with Paul Feig himself tweeting the cast and release date.

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  • Release Date Shuffle: “PARANORMAL”, “FRIDAY THE 13TH”, “RINGS”

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    You know, it’s never really truly 2015 until dates for horror films set months in advance are inexplicably pulled out from under us. However, while sometimes such a move will leave a film in limbo (KRISTY, AMITYVILLE: THE AWAKENING, 7500), at least the most recent batch, initially reported by The Wrap, have given fright fans the courtesy of a new release date that will undoubtedly never be shifted again.

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  • Exclusive: “THE JESS FRANCO COLLECTION” Coming to DVD from Full Moon!

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    In the annals of international cult, horror and fantasy filmmaking, the name Jess Franco is royalty. The controversial Spanish born auteur directed over 200 remarkable films in his 60 year career before his death in 2013, sculpting a body of dangerous, dark, erotic and generally outrageous descents into personal, obsessive and entertaining excess.

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