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  • Exclusive Deleted Scene: Humanoid Horror in Luke Scott’s “MORGAN”

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    Produced by Ridley Scott and featuring a powerhouse dream cast– Kate Mara, Toby Jones, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Paul Giamatti– Luke Scott’s directorial debut MORGAN delves into the potential dark side of our increasingly BRAVE NEW WORLD-esque existence, introducing us to a young not-quite-human girl bioengineered in a lab by scientists wrestling with the strange ethics of how to harness the power of a creation which, as the ad copy notes, “presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger.” And, as one might guess from Jennifer Jason Leigh’s massive face trauma in the FANGO exclusive deleted scene clip below, this particular battle of the wills ain’t going so well for science at the moment. Humanoid Hybrid: 1. Eggheads: Zero.

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  • Q&A: Actor Stephen Lang on “DON’T BREATHE”

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    Who could have started off 2016 guessing that this year’s most terrifying cinematic villain would be a blind, old war veteran? Well, at least one person might have: Stephen Lang, who embodies the nameless Blind Man from Fede Alvarez’s heart-stopping horror/thriller DON’T BREATHE. Stealing scenes and scaring audiences in the sleeper hit of the summer, Lang delivered a fantastically frightening yet surprisingly multi-dimensional portrayal of a tormented man gone mad, and with the film now hitting DVD/Blu-ray, FANGORIA spoke to the season thespian about breathing life into DON’T BREATHE…

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  • “SHUT IN” (Film Review)

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    One of the things I love about horror is it dares to openly explore dark subject matter, and Farren Blackburn’s SHUT IN reminded me of how intriguing it is when psychological issues are explored from a horror point of view. Giving a deep and fascinating portrayal of guilt and insanity, SHUT IN excelled at the exploration of both emotions centered around the experiences of it’s protagonist, Mary, vividly played by Naomi Watts. And for this writer, SHUT IN works so powerfully because how well the film places the audience in the center of Mary’s insanity.

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  • Q&A: Actress Hannah Fierman on “V/H/S” Spin-off Film, “SiREN”

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    For horror fans, Hannah Fierman may be best recognized from her terrifying turn as the creature from the unforgettable “Amateur Night” segment of V/H/S. With her haunting catchphrase (“I like you.”) and a wicked physical performance that has earned praise and permeated through the horror community, fright fans have been excitedly awaiting for the spin-off feature film that gives a deeper look at the character, entitled SiREN. Now, with the film finally set to be unleashed upon horrorheads, FANGORIA caught up with Fierman to talk about reprising this now iconic role, shedding light on her mysterious creature performance, and more…

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  • Rest In Peace Don Calfa (1939 – 2016)

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    Just a few days short of his 77th birthday, FANGORIA is sad to report that cult film and horror icon Don Calfa has passed away, as per various reports from his former co-stars. A fine performer and convention stalwart, Calfa’s standing in the genre film community was never questioned, and while he was long overdue for a career renaissance akin to his more prolific counterparts, Calfa’s work certainly speaks for itself, and will remain to do so for years to come.

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  • Viral Finnish Short Film “NIGHTSATAN” To Spill More Blood as Feature Film!

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    In the wave of nostalgia-driven art that has hit over the past few years, you’d be hard-pressed to find something as truly as weird or as insane as Chrzu’s NIGHTSATAN AND THE LOOPS OF DOOM. A story of a cannibal synth band who face off against a bloodthirsty DJ witch, this film is absolutely insane, with practical FX and an unforgettable original score that will leave your pulse pounding far after the film is over. Of course, this naturally means that NIGHTSATAN’s adventures are not yet finished, and with your help, you can help NIGHTSATAN become the gory, bizarre feature film it’s meant to be!

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  • Q&A: Director Carles Torrens on “PET”

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    As countless broken hearts and rock ‘n’ roll bands can tell you, love hurts. However, that phrase has rarely been as literal than in the new horror offering PET, Carles Torrens’ twisty (and twisted) tale of seduction and salvation. With the film having wrapped up its festival run earlier this year, FANGORIA caught up with Torrens to talk about the film’s FX, lurid love stories, and find the perfect pair of performers for PET…

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  • “MR. NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE” (TV Review)

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    As someone who was raised on both horror and comedy, this writer has been somewhat of a fervent fan of Adult Swim’s particular brand of genre-fluid programming. From their deep cut horror references in shows like AQUA TEEN HUNGER FORCE and EAGLEHEART to their more outwardly demented material such as their “Infomercial” series, Brett Gelman DINNER specials and YOUR PRETTY FACE IS GOING TO HELL, Adult Swim has been steering their ship to the weirder and more wicked tides as of late. Their latest effort, the one-off “holiday” special entitled MR. NEIGHBOR’S HOUSE, is yet another step towards the unsettling, providing a bleak and nightmarish alternative to happy-go-luck children’s programming such as MR. ROGER’S NEIGHBORHOOD and PEE WEE’S PLAYHOUSE.

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  • James Gunn-penned “THE BELKO EXPERIMENT” Premieres First Red Band Trailer

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    Before he became the shepherd of Marvel’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY films, James Gunn was once the golden boy of Troma Entertainment, which he then followed with such twisted films as SLITHER and SUPER. But as Gunn found himself preoccupied with the second GUARDIANS flick, the writer/producer turned to WOLF CREEK franchise mastermind Greg McLean and THE CONJURING producer Peter Safran to bring his most shocking horror story yet to life: THE BELKO EXPERIMENT, which debuted to acclaim and quick acquisition following its premiere at TIFF 2016. Now, with BH Tilt and the recently revived Orion Pictures teaming to bring this ultraviolent ensemble picture to multiplexes nationwide, the first NSFW trailer for THE BELKO EXPERIMENT has arrived, and luckily, it doesn’t spoil too much, with only hints of the carnage that awaits…

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  • Exclusive Promo Photos: Find X-Mas Horror “ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE”!

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    With December right around the corner, the holidays are almost here, and for horror fans, that means the return of Christmas-themed horror films! Kicking off the season right this year is ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE, Todd Nunes’ contemporary yuletide slasher flick with a masked murderer and an array of up-and-coming scream queens. And to celebrate the film’s release on VOD, FANGORIA has several exclusive promotional photos that is guaranteed to get you in the horror-day spirit!

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  • Exclusive Clip: Take A Look at Tomorrow’s Joe Dante-helmed Episode of “SALEM”!

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    As any loyal FANGORIA reader is probably aware, one of this writer’s top horror television offerings is WGN America’s SALEM. A mixture of pulpy melodrama, high-concept horror, and practical FX showcase, SALEM has done a phenomenal job standing up to its more prolific horror TV counterparts, especially with its bloody and bizarre third season, currently in progress. And with the next episode of SALEM bringing forth an installment helmed by none other than Master of Horror Joe Dante (who brings along a HOWLING star too good to spoil here), FANGORIA has an exclusive clip from the episode that fright fans can check out below!

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  • Five for Frightening: Circle of Dust’s Top 5 Dystopian Sci-Fi Films!

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    For this very special edition of Five for Frightening, FANGORIA is changing things up a bit, offering a platform for indisutrial rocker and genre film aficionado Klayton, better known to fans of his macabre musical project Circle of Dust. With his new album, MACHINES OF OUR DISGRACE, hitting shelves on December 9th via FIXT, Klayton and FANGORIA got together to talk about his five favorite Dystopian Science Fiction films! Without further ado…

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