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    Exclusive: “7500” Release Date, Plan Revealed

    For many U.S. horror fans, one of the cinematic white whales has been Takashi Shimizu’s 7500, the “haunting-on-a-plane” film starring the likes of TRUE BLOOD’s Ryan Kwanten, TRICK ‘R TREAT’s Leslie Bibb and HALLOWEEN’s Scout Taylor-Compton. And while those with a multi-region Blu-ray player can pick up the film from various international marketplaces, including Amazon, 7500 has yet to take flight stateside, having been delayed perpetually since it’s 2012 release date. However, today, FANGORIA has received word that 7500 will indeed land in the U.S. in 2015; find out when and where you can see the film below!

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    “SQUIRM’s” Jeff Lieberman joins NYC’s Forbidden Planet signing of “FANGORIA: COVER TO COVER”

    Veteran horror director Jeff Lieberman, creator of cult classics including SQUIRM, BLUE SUNSHINE and JUST BEFORE DAWN, has joined the growing list of horror celebrities who have come on board the signing event for FANGORIA: COVER TO COVER at New York City’s Forbidden Planet (832 Broadway near Union Square; [212] 473-1576). The event will take place this Thursday, April 2 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

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    Jeff Fahey reunites with Rodriguez for “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

    FROM DUSK TILL THE DAWN: THE SERIES is easily the crown jewel in the crown of Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, and as the show gears up for its second season, plot points and cast details have begun to bleed out to entice the hordes of hungry fans waiting to follow those dastardly Gecko Brothers down another stretch of sun-battered road along the Tex-Mex border. Joining the desperadoes this season will be none other than veteran actor Jeff Fahey, whose long list of credits include everything from big screen extravaganzas like PSYCHO III, THE LAWNMOWER MAN and BODY PARTS to small screen dramas such as LOST, UNDER THE DOME, and most recently JUSTIFIED.

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    Story Revealed, Cast Confirmed for Bustillo & Maury’s “LEATHERFACE”

    Whether you liked it or not, TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D’s success guaranteed that the franchise would continue buzzing and maiming along, although some would hope with a bit more innovation than the previous entry. Of course, hope for that innovation came in the form of French directing duo Bustillo & Maury (INSIDE, LIVID, AMONG THE LIVING) taking the reigns of the prequel, which will examine Leatherface’s transition from troubled teen to terrifying tormentor. And now, FANGORIA has some more information on who else will be coming face-to-face with LEATHERFACE.

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    FANTASTICA Presents: Screaming Turns to Laughing

    Fright and funny are strange bedfellows, but damn do they hop into the same bed quickly. Laughs and screams seem to occupy opposite ends of the emotional response spectrum, yet they pair together like peanut butter with jelly, beer with pretzels, and New York-flavored cynicism with Abel Ferrara flicks. Think about it: how many times have you watched a horror film in the company of multiplex-going strangers, or at home with a group of friends, and found yourself and everyone else screaming at a moment of pure terror, only to be laughing seconds afterwards, basking in the afterglow of tension finally released? Once that immediate scare subsides, you can’t help but giggle and guffaw at how you have eluded a simulation of death’s grasp.

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    “31” Gives a Glimpse of Doom-Head!

    Even the most vocal Rob Zombie haters have been keeping a curious eye on 31, the musician-turned-filmmaker’s crowd-funded project following 5 unsuspecting victims as they find themselves playing a twisted game of life-or-death. With the film currently close to wrapping production, Zombie has been keeping fans posted as to who will be appearing in the film, including Malcolm McDowell, David Ury, Lew Temple, E.G. Daily, Daniel Roebuck and more. And now, fans have their very first still from the film, revealing Richard Brake as the murderous 31 player “Doom-Head.”

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    The Weekend in Horror: “IT FOLLOWS”, “THE WALKING DEAD”

    “In like a lion, out like a lamb.” That’s how March is supposed to go, right? But in 2015, it seems as if it’s the other way around: the weather has been uncharacteristically rough for this time of year, and the zeitgeist is the most intense it has been in nearly a decade. And furthermore, the horror genre has been permeating on every front, and in the last weekend of March, horror reared its frightening face on the big screen, small screen and the convention floor.

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    Stanley Film Festival ’15: An Exclusive Q&A with SFF Programmer Landon Zakheim, Part Two

    As horror fans from around the globe know, there’s no horror-centric festival that has risen to prominence as quickly and loudly as the Stanley Film Festival. Taking place at the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, the festival became one of the most buzzed about experiences for horror fans in recent times, adding a level of interactivity and immersion on top of a diverse and terrifying film slate. And since FANGORIA will be taking Stanley by storm this upcoming April, we recently chatted with Director of Programming Landon Zakheim in a massive, three-part dialogue about the one-of-a-kind haunted hotel and the only film festival that takes the horror beyond the big screen…

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