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  • “BLOOD FEUD #2” (Comic Book Review)

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    No one can tell a southern ghost story quite like Cullen Bunn. Author of such down-home tales as Dark Horse’s HARROW COUNTY and Oni Press’s THE SIXTH GUN (as well as a very impressive resume with Marvel and DC), Bunn has been spinning scary yarns for most of his career. So it’s no surprise that when Oni Press was offered a WEIRD TALES version of the classic vampire story by Mr. Bunn, they jumped at the chance. What emerged was BLOOD FEUD, a story of monsters, good ol’ boys, and a centuries old family feud that threatens to take over an entire time. Currently on its second issue, the BLOOD FEUD continues onto a fateful showdown between man and beast.

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  • Q&A: Mena Suvari talks “SOUTH OF HELL”

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    In the past several years, television has seen many different scary subjects tackled on various horror shows, whether it be zombies, classic horror mythology, slasher movies, cannibals or vampires. However, one noticeable exception in recent years has been demon-hunting, a baton left untouched by the absence of BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and is looking to be picked up by SOUTH OF HELL, the new WeTV series from Jason Blum and Eli Roth.

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  • NYC Horror Film Fest Q&A: Director/Producer Sean S. Cunningham talks “FRIDAY THE 13TH” Series

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    If you thought Sean S. Cunningham’s sit down with FANGORIA was over, well, much like the FRIDAY THE 13TH series, it’s not.  And speaking of that franchise, after Cunningham was finished talking about the HOUSE reboot, he followed up with some exclusive news on the future of the FRIDAY THE 13TH series. For fans wondering about the newest incarnation of Jason for the Millennials, well it’s all covered right here, including the new FRIDAY THE 13TH game, television series, and film.

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  • Q&A: Director Micheal Bafaro talks “WRECKER”

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    While the logistics of road horror can sometimes seem like a hassle, it’s actually very surprising that more road horror movies don’t get made. With the intimacy of a character piece, a proven track record at the box office and a formidable villain that’s universally imposing, road horror isn’t even much more expensive than the one/two-location microbudget films coming out of the indie scene. Luckily, when road horror does come out nowadays, it’s usually worth your while, such as in the case of Micheal Bafaro’s recently ravager WRECKER. Bafaro recently spoke to FANGORIA about WRECKER, the film’s underlying message and what’s next for the horror helmer…

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horror Films Worth Hunting Down

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    With so many streaming services and digital video on-demand services out there nowadays, it’s no surprise that genre fans have more options to watch whatever they want than ever before. While this may be a normalcy for those growing up in the digital age, many of us who grew up with video stores or, hell, even the disc-delivery days of Netflix remember the difficulty- and in many cases, the thrill- of hunting down obscure genre films. Luckily, as much as there is that’s now widely available, there are still some horror gems that escape being found too easily, and so FANGORIA has dedicated this week’s Dreadful Ten to a collection of horror films worth the time and effort to track down.

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