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  • “THE SERPENT & THE RAINBOW” (Blu-ray Review)

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    In the grand scheme of Wes Craven, THE SERPENT & THE RAINBOW is easily, pound for pound, one of the filmmaker’s best movies. Eerie, dread-inducing and far from the familiarity of slashers and serial killers, THE SERPENT & THE RAINBOW offers seriously engaging drama and incredibly beautiful production design on top of the mounting tension and macabre moments. And while THE SERPENT & THE RAINBOW is a favorite among many fright fans, the film has sadly taken quite some time to get to high definition, with Scream Factory taking up the mantle with their brand new Blu-ray set.

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  • “THE WITCH” Director To Helm Rasputin Mini-Series!

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    First off, let’s get this out of the way: THE WITCH is not a historical drama, it’s a horror film. Show me a historical drama where a boy spits out a bloody apple from his dying body or takes direct visual cues from THE SHINING and then you’ll have an argument. Until then, THE WITCH is a horror film, and an effective-as-hell one at that, so it’s exciting to hear Deadline report THE WITCH filmmaker Robert Eggers will be tackling one of history’s creepiest real life figures for a mini-series about the Russian “mad monk” Rasputin!

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  • New “CABIN FEVER” FX team and gruesome photos revealed

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    When the remake of CABIN FEVER hit theaters and VOD earlier this month, it do so without bearing the names of the people behind one of its most creditable elements: the grisly makeup FX. Giving recognition where it’s due, we’ve got a few words from the head of that team and the full lineup (including an Oscar winner), plus exclusive pics of their work.

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  • Crossing Over: “MAPS TO THE STARS”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, our newest column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • “THE CURSE / CURSE II: THE BITE” (Blu-ray Review)

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    The ‘80s was a weird, wild time in the world of horror filmmaking. Imaginative, FX-heavy films were in vogue, most of which were gleefully R-rated and contingent on shock value to grab the insatiable horror audience. Likewise, the genre was sequel-crazy during the decade, franchising any and every horror property that made a buck, even if they were connected via title alone. And there’s no better example of both categories of ‘80s horror than in THE CURSE and THE CURSE II, a pair of genre oddities that are making their high-definition debut from Scream Factory this week.

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  • Eerie Episodes: “THE NIGHT STALKER: The Werewolf”

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    While the age of streaming certainly has it’s pro’s and con’s, one of its greatest benefits is the ability to access archives of old horror television and introduce it to a new generation. In this respect, as someone who grew up watching THE X-FILES and FREAKYLINKS, KOLCHAK: THE NIGHT STALKER is both a great classic horror series but a fascinating time capsule as well. Humorous, endearing and fantastically written, THE NIGHT STALKER was the first horror series of its kind, and often treated the lore and mythology of classic horror villains with respect in a way most TV series at the time would respond with parody.

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  • Might Michael Myers Spend His Next “HALLOWEEN” on Television?

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    This past fall, news broke over at Bloody-Disgusting that the HALLOWEEN franchise would be leaving Dimension Films after pulling the plug abruptly on HALLOWEEN RETURNS. Since then, there’s been nothing concrete about where HALLOWEEN would go, leaving fans and outlets to speculate where and how Michael Myers. However, if the chatter is to be believed, rumors are swirling that for the first time in the franchise’s history, Michael Myers just might be headed for the small screen.

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