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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horrors We’d Like To See in 3D, Part 2!

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    Six months ago, FANGORIA posted an edition of our beloved Dreadful Ten column focusing on the fright flicks we would most want to see in 3D, if ever given the chance. And while post-conversion 3D has a bad name among the horror community, the process can be used for good or can even enhance the experience, especially in the cases of JURASSIC PARK or PREDATOR. Hell, in Europe, it’s nearly routine for classic genre titles to get 3D Blu-ray rereleases! Therefore, we decided to add another batch of terror titles that this writer would love to see in the third dimension, whether it be for their incredible FX make-up or cinematography that is begging for the increased depth…

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  • Arrow Video Blu-ray Round-Up: “THE BEAST”, “EATEN ALIVE” & More…

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    With a mind towards the obscure, the fascinating and the fantastic, there’s a reason why Arrow Video has earned the reputation as the unofficial Criterion Collection of the genre. Yet with their incredible restorations, top-tier special features and a very specific film selection, the comparison is more than justified and equally as impressive. Nevertheless, much like how beauty is in the eye of the beholder, film’s subjective nature might make choosing Arrow titles a risky task, and therefore, FANGORIA has rounded up Arrow Video’s latest titles to help fright fans find the right addition to their horrific high-def collection.

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  • FANGO Flashback: “BELOW” (2002)

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    For most horror fans, BELOW is best categorized as the “submarine horror film,” likely because it’s one of the very, very few explicitly genre films set on a submarine. Yet if you think about it, submarines could be one of the easiest places to set a horror film; after all, it’s a claustrophobic metal tube that primarily is known for navigating the dark recesses of the ocean, and on a budgetary level, a filmmaker can get a lot of mileage out of a set primarily made of long, metal hallways. And beyond that, BELOW also holds the distinction of being a damn good horror movie, with the combination of director David Twohy and co-writer/producer Darren Aronofsky placing emphasis on scares and tension in ways many haunted house movies would only dream of doing.

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  • “CITIZEN TOXIE: THE TOXIC AVENGER IV” (Blu-ray Review)

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    Even for horror fans unfamiliar with the 40+ year running indie studio Troma, THE TOXIC AVENGER franchise remains the best known property among Troma’s intellectual property. Yet even with an iconic underground figure as Toxie, it’s been 15 years since THE TOXIC AVENGER had a proper entry released unto unsuspecting fans of splattery satire. However, TOXIC AVENGER fans can now at least enjoy the fourth (and, as of this writing, latest) addition in the franchise, subtitled CITIZEN TOXIE, in high definition, as Troma has given the film the Blu-ray treatment!

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  • Q&A: Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich Go Through Heaven and Hell on “ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL”

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    Currently roadshowing its way across the country, ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL is Darren Lynn Bousman and Terrance Zdunich’s bigger, more extravagant sequel to their 2012 horror/musical. FANGORIA sat down with the duo for an in-depth discussion of the ambitious project.

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  • Stream to Scream: “SLEEPY HOLLOW” (1999)

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    Despite being in the FANGORIA Hall of Fame and synonymous with the modern Gothic movement, Tim Burton’s association with the horror genre remains a point of contention among horror fans to this day. While Burton has undeniably helmed horror films over the years, including BEETLEJUICE, DARK SHADOWS and SWEENEY TODD, some fright fans argue Burton is better known for his penchant towards dark, warped aesthetics than producing legitimate scare fare worthy of the genre mantle. Yet even the most hard-pressed horror hound has to admit that Burton put substance over style in at least one of his macabre movies, and it’s an impressive offering at that: 1999’s SLEEPY HOLLOW!

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  • Exclusive: What Original Ending Didn’t Make The Cut in “SINISTER 2”?

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    With SINISTER 2 recently ending its theatrical run, fans of the fright film (which FANGORIA gave positive marks last month) now begin their wait for the sequel’s appearance on Digital HD and home media. And while FANGORIA will have more from the SINISTER camp when that time comes, there is one piece of the terrifying tale that fans did not see on the big screen: the original ending!

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  • First Trailer: Ryan Spindell’s Award-Winning “THE BABYSITTER MURDERS”

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    While there were many, many highlights of this year’s Stanley Film Festival, there were few films that won as big as THE BABYSITTER MURDERS, Ryan Spindell’s ambitious and clever short film that swept the short-form awards at the fest this past spring. Now, with Spindell’s horror offering (poised to be the first chapter in a potential horror anthology) hitting Fantastic Fest this weekend, the filmmaker has released the first trailer for the buzzworthy short!

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  • Q&A: Directors Bryan Carberry & Clay Tweel talk “FINDERS KEEPERS”

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    You can’t make this stuff up. The new documentary FINDERS KEEPERS, opening this Friday in New York and L.A. from The Orchard, details the stranger-than-fiction struggle between kooky Southerners John Wood and Shannon Whisnant to gain ownership of Wood’s mummified amputated lower leg, which Whisnant acquired at a storage unit auction. In this exclusive interview, co-directors Bryan Carberry and Clay Tweel discuss the making of one of the year’s most offbeat, macabre and hilarious documentaries.

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