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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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    Q&A: Drew Bolduc on “SCIENCE TEAM”

    After making his feature length debut with the Troma-approved exploitation flick THE TAINT in 2011, fans have been waiting patiently for writer/director Drew Bolduc’s follow-up, the Indiegogo-funded SCIENCE TEAM. Now, with the 15th annual Tromadance festival highlighting the film as its event feature tonight, NY-based fans will finally get a look at the sci-fi freakshow. In anticipation of the screening, FANGORIA caught up with Bolduc about SCIENCE TEAM and his experiences within the wild world of Troma…

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    “THE TWILIGHT ZONE: ESSENTIAL EPISODES” (DVD Review)

    As we’ve articulated many times on this site and in the pages of FANGORIA magazine, we adore THE TWILIGHT ZONE. And really, what right-minded scholar of horror and dark fantasy doesn’t? This writer has often said, with conviction, that Rod Serling’s immortal and groundbreaking television series can be appreciated much like sex from a teenage boy’s point of view: even bad TZ episodes are awesome and welcome TZ episodes.

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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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    Exclusive Pics; Q&A: Brad Dourif talks “MALIGNANT”

    When it comes to the fine character actors that populate the genre, few are as consistent and authentic as the Academy Award-nominated Brad Dourif. Though horror fans know him best as Charles Lee Ray and the voice of Chucky from the CHILD’S PLAY films, Dourif’s physical roles have also been scaring and affecting audiences throughout the years, whether it be his demonic turn in THE EXORCIST III, his more human horror as Luther Lee Boggs in THE X-FILES, or even as Sheriff Brackett in HALLOWEEN II (2009). Dourif remains just as active in the genre today, as evident by his terrifying turn as a mad, bad scientist in Brian Avenet-Bradley’s MALIGNANT. Dourif spoke exclusively to FANGORIA about MALIGNANT, lobotomies and a small role in a significant genre project that he unfortunately couldn’t take…

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