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    ROTHWATCH ’15: “KNOCK KNOCK” Teased; “GREEN INFERNO” Updated

    It may be hard for some to believe, but it’s been nearly a decade since an Eli Roth-directed film has hit theaters, with most of his work being on the producing level or short form contributions to the work of Quentin Tarantino. However, Roth fans should be excited to know that 2015 may be the director’s most crowded year to date, as the filmmaker is returning in a big, bad way. And with his latest directorial effort currently at Sundance, Roth has offered updates on his frightening features.

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    Exclusive Clip: “ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD”

    Fans of the indie horror scene might be familiar with director Harrison Smith from his 2014 directorial debut, CAMP DREAD, starring Eric Roberts, Felissa Rose and Danielle Harris. But those fans are about to become much more familiar with Smith as his slate is growing by the day, with his next film coming as soon as next week with ZOMBIE KILLERS: ELEPHANT’S GRAVEYARD. And on the eve of the films release, Anchor Bay and FANGORIA have teamed up to bring you all a bloody clip from ZOMBIE KILLERS!

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    Fango Flashback: “THE VAGRANT” (1992)

    When people think about Mel Brooks and the horror genre, they usually go to one of two things: Brooks’ spoofs of horror (YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, HIGH ANXIETY and DRACULA: DEAD AND LOVING IT) or his Brooksfilms genre productions, which brought the likes of David Lynch and David Cronenberg to mainstream audiences for the first time. But while those films are the most prolific of his horror-related productions, the one Brooksfilm production that most represented Mel Brooks’ sensibilities for comedy and horror has been unfortunately overlooked for over two decades now: Chris Walas’ horror-comedy THE VAGRANT.

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    Sundance ’15: Director Corin Hardy Talks the Dark Folklore of “THE HALLOW”

    Among the genre features world-premiering in the Park City at Midnight section of this year’s Sundance Film Festival, one of the most promising is the Ireland-set supernatural chiller THE HALLOW. FANGORIA got an exclusive pre-fest interview with director Corin Hardy to preview his grim fairy tale.

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    Does The New Poster for “XX” Kiss or Kill?

    It seems that, with horror fans, there’s little middle ground on anthologies: You either love ’em or you don’t. But for those who do love anthologies, there hasn’t been a better time in horror history than now, especially considering that anthologies have become the new, contemporary way to raise awareness of rising international genre talents. But every anthology needs an angle on which to operate, and for those familiar with the upcoming XX, the horror world is getting its first all-female-filmmaker anthology, which debuted its latest poster today.

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    Linda Blair-led “CHAINED HEAT” to Screen at Alamo Yonkers’ Monday Night Thread-Up

    As much as FANGORIA has largely been a horror destination for the past 35 years, that hasn’t stopped us from covering the wide, wide world of cult, action and exploitation cinema. After all, there are few horror filmmakers that have racked up as many eviscerated bodies on screen as the likes of shoot-’em-up darlings Paul Verhoeven, Sam Peckinpah, Craig R. Baxley and John Woo. And while these brawn-and-bullet bashes rarely grace the pages of our horror-centric mag, they do however grace the pages of FANGORIA friend Paracinema Magazine, who share FANGO’s love for the lurid, sleazy, bloody and badass.

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    “HANNIBAL” Season Three Trailer Promises A Hunt for Dr. Lecter

    For fans of Bryan Fuller’s terrific televised take on the HANNIBAL mythos, the wait for the series’ summer-bound return is barely short of impossible. Especially considering its bloody and intense season two finale, there wasn’t much known of what to expect from season three, aside from Fuller’s Comic-con announcements of the return of Frederick Chilton and their take on the RED DRAGON saga. But now, HANNIBAL fans can have their first look at the third season, as Entertainment Weekly has the exclusive trailer for NBC’s horror foothold.

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    For Your Consideration: Marilyn Burns for the FANGORIA Hall of Fame

    As loyal and longtime readers of FANGORIA know, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame is one that holds significance among the horror community. To become a part of the Hall of Fame, you need to be voted in collectively by fright fans themselves, which is a much more difficult task than one might imagine. And while in the 35 years FANGORIA has existed, there are still some icons who have yet to make the list (such as Lugosi and Karloff), some of the greatest talents in horror history have made the list throughout the years, such as Stephen King, Christopher Lee, John Carpenter and Sigourney Weaver.

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    Zombie Mayhem Rises in “DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER” Trailer

    Last week, FANGORIA brought you the latest update on Zach Lipovsky’s DEAD RISING adaptation, WATCHTOWER, which will debut exclusively on Crackle this March. But while there was only so much information one can get from the teaser poster, IGN recently premiered the first trailer for DEAD RISING: WATCHTOWER, and it looks to satisfy fans of the game in a big way.

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    Next “THE BLOB” Remake Consumes “CON AIR” Director Simon West

    THE BLOB has had quite a strange legacy, hasn’t it? Originally produced in 1958, featuring Steve McQueen in his first lead role, THE BLOB saw a 1972 sequel (entitled BEWARE! THE BLOB), a 1988 Chuck Russell-directed remake and a Criterion Collection Blu-ray ever since. And while word of another modern remake has been around for nearly a decade, with the likes of Rob Zombie being attached at one point, it seems that THE BLOB will finally be terrorizing theaters (or, more realistically, VOD) in the near future as Deadline reports Goldcrest Films will team up with Korean financiers Taewon Entertainment and A-List Corporation to produce a modern remake.

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