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  • Q&A: Director Neil Marshall talks “TALES OF HALLOWEEN”

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    As a horror fan and an admirer of cinema in general, it’s been a pleasure seeing Neil Marshall work outside of the feature film sandbox. Whether it’s redefining what can be done on television with groundbreaking episode of GAME OF THRONES (one of which was so epic that it became the first episode to be given an IMAX run), introducing the world to the gruesome ways of the Red Dragon on HANNIBAL or killing it on the dearly departed CONSTATINE, Marshall has been proving he’s still a forced to be reckoned with even outside of his comfort zone. And this is even true for Marshall’s latest, the climactic segment in the horror anthology TALES OF HALLOWEEN featuring a man-eating pumpkin, bloody practical effects and more easter eggs than one can count. With the film climbing the VOD charts, Marshall spoke to FANGORIA about developing his segment, the various terrifying tales and the one horror master he was unable to cast…

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  • NYCC ’15 Video Q&A: Dana DeLorenzo on “ASH VS. EVIL DEAD”

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    While it’s a given that Ash Williams would be in top form with his grand return to the screen, ASH VS. EVIL DEAD has had more than its fair share of wild cards! One of those wild cards is none other than the beautiful and badass Kelly Maxwell, played with refreshing gusto by Dana DeLorenzo. DeLorenzo brings a wealth of no-bullshit attitude and kick-ass resolve as well as an exponential amount of charm, making Kelly a fantastic addition to the EVIL DEAD universe. And at New York Comic Con, DeLorenzo spoke to FANGORIA about working with Sam Raimi, Fake Blood and the one & only Bruce Campbell…

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  • Exclusive Clip: Macabre Manga Adaptation “ATTACK ON TITAN: PART TWO”

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    Following the huge turnout for the live-action ATTACK ON TITAN: PART ONE film, big enough to score at #9 at the U.S. Box Office and sport the 2nd highest per-screen average that weekend ahead of mainstream films like BLACK MASS and HOTEL TRANSYLVANIA 2, there’s no denying that fans of the popular horror manga series are chomping at the bit for ATTACK ON TITAN: PART TWO. And with fright fans last chance to see the film in theaters being tomorrow, October 27th, FANGORIA has an exclusive clip from the film for all to see below!

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  • “BONE TOMAHAWK” (Film Review)

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    To be honest, it’s a bit of a surprise that the western and horror genres don’t collide more frequently, considering the high-concept mythology of era-appropriate folk tales and the seedy, terrifying reality behind the myths. One could likely chalk up the lack of horror-westerns due to the commercial viability of both genres, and others could attribute it to the need for practical effects on both accounts. Luckily, BONE TOMAHAWK proves that an effective mash-up between horror stories and western aesthetics is more than possible, even if the final product settles for efficiency over excellency.

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  • Crossing Over: “DEATH SENTENCE”

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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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  • NYCC ’15 Video Interview: Lucy Lawless talks “ASH VS. EVIL DEAD”

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    You’ve seen her as a Warrior Princess, a deceptive Roman, and an Ancient Witch, but you’ve never seen Lucy Lawless kick deadite ass… until now! That’s right, the beautiful and badass Lucy Lawless is crashing into the EVIL DEAD universe as Ruby Knowby on Starz’s upcoming ASH VS. EVIL DEAD, taking on monsters and Ash Williams alike. However, if you don’t think she’d be able to hold her own against Ash, think again; the intimidating actress spoke to FANGORIA at New York Comic Con to talk about Lawless’ mysterious character and jumping from SALEM to ASH VS. EVIL DEAD…

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Essential Films for Halloween Viewing!

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    Can you feel it in the air yet? With little over one week until Halloween is upon us, horror fans around the world begin to get giddy for our terrifying traditions and frightening festivities. And with the perfect excuse to indulge in a macabre movie binge, FANGORIA is willing to shine a guiding light for you creatures of the night as this week’s Dreadful Ten offers the essential horror titles to prepare yourself for All Hallow’s Eve…

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  • “I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 3: VENGEANCE IS MINE” (Film Review)

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    It’s an odd thing to consider that one of the most notoriously brutal films of all time- Meir Zarchi’s 1978 rape revenge film I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE- would spawn a largely direct-to-video horror franchise almost 40 years after the fact. Yet with a third installment subtitled VENGEANCE IS MINE, that’s exactly what has happened with the property, even going so far as to being a direct sequel to the 2010 remake rather than the in-name-only sequel before it. However, I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE 3: VENGEANCE IS MINE is a decidedly strange affair from start to finish, attempting to be a female empowerment piece only to fall into strangely unfocused territory as to become a commentary on the nature of revenge.

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  • FANGO Flashback: “HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES”

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    The progression of Rob Zombie as a director is actually rather fascinating, especially considering his reputation as a gritty, extreme horror filmmaker. While the filmmaker has indeed at least embraced his perhaps prematurely bestowed title as a modern goremeister with his latest film, 31, the fact is that only a select few of his films are explicitly twisted, and even they seem relatively tame by today’s standards. In fact, by his track record, Zombie has made just as much slow-burn, surreal fright fare (such as THE LORDS OF SALEM and HALLOWEEN 2) as he has made gritty bloodletters (such as HALLOWEEN and THE DEVIL’S REJECTS). And yet, somewhere in the middle of those two points is a weird little film that, in retrospect, feels like an unholy mix of ‘80s-era Tobe Hooper and H.G. Lewis: HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES.

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