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    Stream to Scream: “INVASION” (2005)

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: Albert Pyun’s gimmick-fueled extraterrestrial flick INVASION (2005).

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    For Your Consideration: The Limited Release Horror Film Chainsaw Award Nominees of 2014!

    As loyal FANGORIA readers know, voting for the Chainsaw Awards is no easy task. However, sometimes even nominating films for the Chainsaw Awards is difficult, especially in 2014 when the pool of genuinely great independent flicks was as wide as it was. Yet in our choices, we had to include limited releases that truly made a mark on the staff and horror community as a whole, and even that task made us debate what films were genuinely considered “horror.” In any case, FANGORIA did eventually narrow the list to five fright flicks, which we want to present in a little greater detail below for your consideration.

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    Q&A: “ALIEN OUTPOST” Director Jabbar Raisani

    For a filmmaker like Jabbar Raisani, a project like ALIEN OUTPOST is a no-brainer. With a background doing VFX for projects throughout Hollywood and Television, the technical side of the equation is almost a non-issue for Raisani, which allows him to spend his time developing as a director. Luckily, in doing so, Raisani creates a futuristic environment in ALIEN OUTPOST that’s as realistic as it is intense. FANGORIA caught up with Raisani on the eve of the film’s release to talk ALIEN OUTPOST, GAME OF THRONES and what’s next for the burgeoning filmmaker…

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    Exclusive: “DRACULA UNTOLD” Blu Clip Explains The History Behind Dracula!

    One of this writer’s favorite surprises from 2014 was Gary Shore’s DRACULA UNTOLD, a fantasy adventure spin on the Dracula legend that still kept the legend’s most horrifying aspects in tact. In fact, the film made FANGORIA’s Chainsaw Award nominations as well, earning a nod for Best Wide Release Film for 2014. And now, with the film’s Blu-ray bow on the horizon, Universal Pictures and FANGORIA have teamed up to bring readers an exclusive sneak peek at the disc below!

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    Scream Factory Acquires Slamdance Fave “BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS”

    In our most recent Dreadful Ten article, FANGORIA speculated on Scream Factory’s acquisition of otherwise undistributed films, whether they be festival titles or foreign favorites. And sure enough, Scream Factory has answered our question in full measure as The Wrap reported yesterday that the specialty distributor will be heading up the multi-platform release of the Slamdance vampire comedy BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS!

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    “EVIL DEAD” (2013) Alternate Ending, Deleted Scenes Uncovered!

    One of the biggest surprises of 2013 for horror fans was Fede Alvarez’s EVIL DEAD remake, which introduce the franchise to younger audiences with a brutal helping of blood and gore. And yet, while Alvarez has often attested the film was barely cut to achieve an R, fans have wondered what had been left on the cutting room floor after all, and when they would be able to see it. And while FANGORIA does not know if this paints a complete picture of EVIL DEAD, fans can check out some of the “lost footage” right frigging now!

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    Fango Flashback: “THE VANISHING” (a/k/a “SPOORLOOS”)

    As graphic as the genre can be at times, the truth about horror is that our greatest nightmares are the constructs of our own imagination. Albeit now a generic statement, the most frightening things about reality come from the unknown, as our conceivable thoughts can paint a picture much worse than reality. However, at the same time, people understand that there are truly sick individuals out there in the world, and in rare occasions, our imaginations have nothing on what horrors people are capable of for seemingly no reason. And it’s that terrifying double standard that fuels the obsession at the heart of George Sluizer’s THE VANISHING (a/k/a SPOORLOOS), and the brief glimmer of hope that takes us down the darkest depths of the human soul.

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