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  • Stream to Scream: “PONTYPOOL”

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    The power of language is not to be underestimated. Whenever one listens to a speech or reads a magazine article, the use of words, their intended message, and their potential subtexts, are all important factors to pay attention to, because more than anything we want to extrapolate the meaning of the speaker/author’s words, to understand them and perhaps communicate with them.

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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend ’16: Pileggi, Graham join Guest Line-up!

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    Two weeks ago, FANGORIA was proud to share with horror hounds the impressive first guests for the 2016 Texas Frightmare Weekend as well as their amazing Early Bird Ticket Sale (which, unfortunately, expired last night). However, as the official sponsor of TFW2016, FANGORIA is excited to share the latest pair of guests to hit the Southwest’s Premiere Horror Convention!

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  • Event Report: “ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL” World Premiere

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    ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL is not your average film, so it was only fitting that the visual spectacle that is set to a grandiose rock ‘n’ roll score should have an unusual setting for it’s premiere. The Egyptian theatre was transformed into an ominous fairground that transported guests into the fantastical world that Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW II) and Terrance Zdunich have created. The two have collaborated previously on 2008’s REPO! THE GENETIC OPERA and 2012’s THE DEVIL”S CARNIVAL and in the process have obtained a cult following which was evident by the enthusiastic crowd that turned up to feast their eyes on the duo’s latest installment. Guests were serenaded by a rag tag bunch of carnival folk playing washboards, fiddles and kazoos as knife eating vixens and creepy carnie folk wandered the grounds, all part of the experience when it comes to a Zdunich/Bousman production.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Best “TALES FROM THE CRYPT” Episodes

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    It’s a bit of a shame that the televised horror anthology has more-or-less been put out to pasture. With the CW passing on Joe Hill’s TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE pilot and the likes of MASTERS OF HORROR in our rearview, anthology horror appears as “too much of a gamble” to most broadcasters, despite the fact that there are more skilled horror directors in the independent world than ever before. And while the horror anthology series will likely rise from the grave someday, one could only hope it’ll attain zeitgeist-level relevance near the likes of THE TWILIGHT ZONE and TALES FROM THE CRYPT.

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  • Q&A: Franchise Mainstay Michael Gross talks “TREMORS 5: BLOODLINES”

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    It is hard to believe it has been 25 years since the original TREMORS film shook up screens. And while its stars Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward have moved on to other things but its original co-star, the gun toting Burt Gummer played by Michael Gross has long taken over the lead in the franchise, which is now wiggling into its fifth sequel.

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  • “THE BOY” (Movie Review)

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    Craig William Macneill’s THE BOY focuses on the exquisite loneliness of a child’s life and a meditation on that child’s development into a murderer. Not a horror film in the most direct sense, the movie is poetic, quiet and methodical, and meditative in tone, almost as still and isolated as the landscape in which it was shot.

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  • “CONSTANTINE” to Return via DC/CW Series “ARROW”

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    It seems like you just can’t keep a good magical detective down, especially one who has been around the block as much as John Constantine. Despite NBC cancelling his eponymous show after a single season, it has been recently announced that he will be making an appearance in ARROW’s fourth season. Better yet, the role of Constantine will also be revived by the NBC series actor, Matt Ryan, who was beloved by fans in the part. While there are currently no plans to make him a regular staple of ARROW, fans can at least re-live all the chaotic magic in the fifth episode of the newest season titled “Haunted.”

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  • Scream Factory Acquires “WHITE OF THE EYE” for U.S. Blu, Release Date Shifts!

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    Whether you’re on board with the work of specialty genre distributor Scream Factory or not, there’s little denying the impact they’ve made on the collector’s Blu-ray marketplace in the past few years of their existence. Yet even with an impressive fall line-up that includes releases for DEMON KNIGHT, THE LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION and their original releases BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS & THE EDITOR, Scream Factory announced another title for the future especially cherished by this writer: Donald Cammell’s brilliant serial killer film WHITE OF THE EYE.

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