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  • Shadowvision: “SOCIETY”

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    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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  • David Lynch Confirms Kyle MacLachlan’s Return to “TWIN PEAKS”

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    While Showtime’s return to TWIN PEAKS  is definitely among 2016’s most anticipated events for horror fans, there still hasn’t been much in the way of developments, aside from Mark Frost’s tie-in novel. But now, straight from the horse’s mouth, we have a significant development and a confirmation of what we’ve all been waiting for: Agent Dale Cooper will be returning to Twin Peaks.

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  • New “UNFRIENDED” Poster, Trailer Comes Online

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    If you were among those at last year’s Fantasia Film Festival, or if you’re just a loyal FANGORIA reader, you’re likely familiar with Levan Gabriadze’s UNFRIENDED (f/k/a CYBERNATURAL), the webcam horror film that brings the supernatural revenge movie to the digital age. While webcam horror isn’t necessarily brand new, as no less than two 2014 releases did the same with OPEN WINDOWS and THE DEN while the subgenre was also explored in the first V/H/S movie, UNFRIENDED seems to offer a new spin on the conceit by implementing a pick-’em-off structure and a possession angle that has earned the film a wide release this April. And for those who are unfamiliar with the whole affair, Universal has just release the newest poster and trailer for UNFRIENDED to catch you up to speed.

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  • Q&A: The Spierig Brothers on “PREDESTINATION”, “WINCHESTER”

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    What makes PREDESTINATION stand out from other time travel projects? Perhaps it may be it’s curiously small core cast, each of whom play characters who are connected by more than just fate? Maybe it’s the projects specific designs, having set the project mostly in alternate yet familiar versions of our own past? Or maybe it’s that the project is an adaptation of a Robert Heinlein short story, ranking it among the few big screen takes on the author’s provocative work.

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  • Interview: Greg Francis Deals Out “POKER NIGHT”

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    As a writer, one of the things I adore most about horror is the amount of imagination that can be found in genre storytelling. Sure, I’ll admit that for every one truly compelling tale, we’ll likely get about twenty copycats riding its coattails, but even in those situations, the filmmakers are sometimes inspired to do great things beyond their confines.  And from there, horror breeds new storytellers and more voices to bring us more films that will keep us leaving the light on at night.

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  • Exclusive Short Premiere: Italian Revenge Thriller “ANGELIKA”

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    There’s something very refreshing in seeing a genre project come out of Italy these days. While international horror has certainly began to deliver on a much bigger scale than ever before, the country that gave us such wonderful filmmakers such as Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci and Mario Bava has been sadly more quiet than expected on the genre forefront. Yet, with such scarcity comes a greater appreciation for the work that makes it out of the country, and today, FANGORIA is proud to present an Italian horror short worthy of your time: Federico Greco’s ANGELIKA!

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