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    Chris Alexander’s “QUEEN OF BLOOD” to World Premiere in Phoenix

    Fango editor Chris Alexander’s microbudget expressionist horror film QUEEN OF BLOOD is set to have its world premiere on Friday, April 4th at the 2014 International Horror and Sci-Fi Festival in Arizona, part of the Phoenix Film Festival which runs from April 3rd to April 10th on seven screens at the Harkins Scottsdale 101.

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    Texas Frightmare Weekend and Alamo Drafthouse to Screen Genre Favorites!

    The 2014 Texas Frightmare Weekend is poised to be the major annual horror convention’s best yet. FANGORIA is already proud to be on board as media sponsor, and now it’s been revealed the event will team with the beloved Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Dallas for a week of horror favorites just prior to convention kick-off. Titles include a 60th anniversary celebration of CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez’s seminal found footage film THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, James Wan’s SAW and more!

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    Shadowvision: “PSYCHO II”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black and white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    Teaser: Machinima Kaiju Web Short, “ENORMOUS”

    Premiering Thursday, March 20 on Machinima’s YouTube Channel is the short film adaptation of Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour’s graphic novel ENORMOUS. Written by TROLLHUNTER’s André Øvredal and directed by BenDavid Grabinski (THE COST OF LIVING), the monster movie tells of a post-apocalyptic world in which humans are now the bottom of the food chain and massive insect-like beasts have taken over. Get your first taste of this ravaged land and the creatures who roam it, below. 

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    EXCL “KILLER LEGENDS” Teaser; Screening Tonight in NYC!

    Ahead of its Sunday night premiere on Chiller, FANGORIA has another exclusive look at Joshua Zeman and Rachel Mills’ urban legend doc KILLER LEGENDS. Focusing on four timeless urban legends that continue to haunt the psyche of the American public, Zeman continues to explore the themes of his CROPSEY, finding the reality behind The Hookman, The Killer Clown, The Candyman and The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs. It’s the latter teased in our exclusive clip, today. 

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    Moody Teasers for Fest Hits, “COHERENCE” and “PROXY”

    Coming out of last fall’s Fantastic Fest in Austin, it was likely you heard a good plenty about two independent genre titles, one an ominous, crafty and heady sci-fi feature and the other a twisty, brutal odyssey of grief, obsession and delusion. As the two approach general release this year, teasers of vastly different length, but refreshingly ambiguous intent, for COHERENCE and PROXY have been released.

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    Exclusive “PATRICK: EVIL AWAKENS” Set Visit, Part One: The Newcomers

    On the set of PATRICK: EVIL AWAKENS, Mark Hartley’s re-imagining of the Australian horror classic being lensed at Melbourne’s Docklands Studios on the eve of Christmas 2012, it’s understandably quiet. That’s because all available eyes and cameras are focused on Jackson Gallagher, the young Australian actor playing Patrick, as he stares unblinkingly upward from his hospital bed while nurse Kathy Jacquard (YOU’RE NEXT’s Sharni Vinson) chats away amiably to her apparently nonresponsive charge.

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    Want More Hammer on Blu? Sign this Petition and Be Heard!

    Hammer Film Productions has had immense influence on the genre, resurrecting Gothic monsters from their black and white beginnings and populating their films with acting greats such as Peter Cushing, Oliver Reed, Barbara Shelley and Christopher Lee. By giving these classic tales of terror excellent scripts, beautiful production design and colorful cinematography, Hammer cemented their place in cinema history and have gone on to inspire generations of filmmakers in the years since. Yet, to many modern fright fans, these films don’t nearly get the appreciation they deserve, often times released by their respective studios in bare-bones reprints of foreign DVDs to the domestic marketplace.

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