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    As Good As New: Updates on “TWIN PEAKS”, “THE X-FILES” Reboots

    There’s two very specific mindsets this writer commonly hears when debating the surge in reboots as of late. The first considers the world, and by extension the horror genre, to be obsessed with nostalgia, hence giving companies the chance to redevelop old, established properties for new generations. The second is a bit more optimistic, believing that if there are still stories to be told within the world that has already been created, then the content creators should revive those properties and tell them. In any case, the fascination with reboots and remakes is somewhat permanent in its position in pop culture, and adding to the fire, news of updates for the revival of TWIN PEAKS and THE X-FILES broke over the weekend.

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    FANGO Flashback: “RACE WITH THE DEVIL”

    They really don’t make them like they used to, do they? With changing times and changing landscapes, Jack Starrett’s RACE WITH THE DEVIL is not a film that could be easily replicated for today’s audiences. In fact, the film is such a product of a very specific time and place in American History that there are very few films quite like it, even from it’s own era. And yet, even in its dated gestation, RACE WITH THE DEVIL is still a thrilling film that resonates and frightens to this day with the power that few modern films can.

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    “THE MONTAUK CHRONICLES” (Film Review)

    Writer/director Christopher P. Garetano’s arch pseudo-documentary THE MONTAUK CHRONICLES has existed in various forms and cuts for almost five years. Screened publicly in 2012, Garetano kept obsessively tinkering with the film, adding footage, re-structuring and delaying its official release time and time again. Of course, for those that were following its stop-and-start existence, the behind the scenes drama only added to the myth of the film and drew attention the shadowy conspiracies it aims to investigate. Now, New Yorkers will have the chance to catch the world premiere of the current – and purportedly final – cut, screening as part of the Third Annual Phillip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival, this Saturday at 5 p.m. at The Producer’s Club.

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    Exclusive new photos: Latest Santa slayer in “SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT 2”

    The holidays are over, but the spirit of Christmas mayhem lives in New Wave Independent Pictures’ SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT 2: REVIVAL, a sequel to the 1974 cult flick that starred John Carradine and Mary Woronov. We’ve got exclusive stills and set pics, plus comments by one of the creators, to share with you.

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    Exclusive Premiere; Q&A: Graham Denman’s Brutal Short “HOUSE CALL”

    Anyone who has attended a film festival in the past several years knows that horror shorts are becoming a quick way to discover excellent, up-and-coming talent in the genre. And as of recently, FANGORIA has been quite lucky to give the online premieres to some truly great scare fare, including a short from Fango’s own Rebekah McKendry. Today, FANGORIA is very proud to add another entry to our rousing roster of shocking shorts with Graham Denman’s brutal and effective HOUSE CALL!

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    New “PENNY DREADFUL” Season Two Trailer Draws A Blood Bath

    In FANGORIA’s addition of television categories to our 2014 Chainsaw Awards, one acclaimed series that received plenty of nominations was Showtime’s PENNY DREADFUL. John Logan’s mythology-bending take on Gothic Victorian London, populated with the likes of Victor Frankenstein, Abraham Van Helsing, Dorian Gray and more, got off to a slow start but soon became a quick fan favorite with it’s visceral brand of erotic terror. And with the second season premiering this spring, PENNY DREADFUL has released a new, extended look at the series’ anticipated return.

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    LA! FANGORIA Brings You “THE REMAINING” For Free!

    FANGORIA will host a free screening of Sony’s new supernatural thriller THE REMAINING on Monday, January 26 at Los Angeles’ Silent Movie Theater (611 North Fairfax Avenue; [323] 655-2510). The show starts at 7:00 p.m. THE REMAINING stars Alexa Vega (SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR), Shaun Sipos (THE VAMPIRE DIARIES), Johnny Pacar (ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE), Italia Ricci (CHASING LIFE) and Bryan Dechart (TRUE BLOOD).

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    The Dreadful Ten: Rebekah’s Top 10 Nunsploitation Films

    I’m not exactly a religious person. I grew up in a very relaxed Southern Methodist household, but church was more of a social event than any Biblical lessons. There was always lots of pie and we learned, for instance, why we don’t punch boys no matter how much bratty Billy Rutherford deserved it. The actual God stuff was rather limited, and I never knew the ins and outs of Catholicism until much later. 

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