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    EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK: “THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2″ Blu-ray Art, Specs!

    Earlier this year, fright fans were able to revisit the world of the sinister Jennet Humpfrye, a/k/a THE WOMAN IN BLACK, with Hammer’s successful follow-up ANGEL OF DEATH. And now, FANGORIA readers who missed the film in theaters will know when they’ll get their chance to see it, as we have first look at the upcoming WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH Blu-ray and DVD release!
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    “ANIMAL” (Blu-ray Review)

    Considering the standard that most networks have held their “made for TV” movies, Chiller’s original genre films have been surprisingly consistent. With entries such as 2013’s THE MONKEY’S PAW and BENEATH having previously impressed this writer in both solid writing and effective practical SFX, expectations were high for Brett Simmons’ creature feature ANIMAL, despite having not caught it on initial airing. Luckily, Scream Factory has once again partnered with Chiller to bring ANIMAL to Blu-ray, offering the frightening pick-’em-off flick in stunning high-definition.

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    “RAZOR DAYS” with Debbie Rochon sets premiere; exclusive comments, new poster

    It’s been a long road to the unveiling of the revenge shocker RAZOR DAYS for writer/director Mike Watt and producer/actress Amy Lynn Best, but their sixth feature with Happy Cloud Pictures is finally world-premiering this week. Read on for info on the screening, the latest poster, the trailer and comments from Watt.

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    Q&A: “UNNATURAL” Director Hank Braxtan on His All-Practical Animal Attack (With Exclusive Photos)

    Polar bears are threatening creatures at the best of times. They’re known to be the only animals that actively hunt humans, so a film about a genetically modified specimen with a penchant for our flesh definitely piques the interest. UNNATURAL, coming later this year, is just such a movie.

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    “CHRISTINE” Revisited, Part Two: A Q&A with Alexandra Paul

    She was the other woman in Arnie Cunningham’s life, but no one got in between him and Chrisine. There was no room for Leigh Cabot, the all-American beauty and new girl in school, according to the ’58 Plymouth Fury who tried everything possible to remove this human love interest. Now, actress and activist Alexandra Paul spends some time with FANGORIA talking about first love, becoming a Stephen King fan and being number one competition for the monstrous machine Christine….

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    EXCLUSIVE: Scream Factory, IFC Midnight Partner for Exclusive Home Media Deal

    Fans of last year’s THE BABADOOK might remember FANGORIA’s recent report on the film’s upcoming home media release from specialty distributor Scream Factory, who is giving the film one hell of a collector’s edition this April. But more curious was the news afterwards that IFC Midnight’s EXTRATERRESTRIAL, the sophomore bow from the Vicious Brothers, was also set to get a Scream Factory Blu. Sensing a pattern, FANGORIA inquired about a potential partnership between Scream Factory and IFC Midnight, who confirmed that Scream will indeed be handling all IFC Midnight releases for the foreseeable future.

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    “DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS” (Movie Review)

    Spike Lee has been somewhat cryptic—though not exactly reticent—in expressing his unhappiness over the studio meddling he strongly suggests marred his vision for his reworking of Park Chan-wook’s landmark OLDBOY a couple years back. Not for nothing, it seems, was the ultra-brutal revenge thriller dubbed a “Spike Lee Film” rather than a “Spike Lee Joint.”

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    First Trailer: Guillermo del Toro’s “CRIMSON PEAK”

    One of our favorite director’s here at FANGORIA is Guillermo del Toro, whose unique vision has brought many great new icons to the horror landscape. Of course, del Toro’s formal return to feature film horror, CRIMSON PEAK, has been one of FANGORIA’s most anticipated titles, and with Valentine’s Day so near, the first trailer for CRIMSON PEAK has finally arrived.

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    FANTASTICA Presents: The Underdog Romances of Horror

    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”

    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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