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    New photos/comments/trailer: horror anthology “CREEPERS,” “THE MINIONS,” “PAINKILLER” and more

    New York genre filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp is having a busy year: In addition to contributing to the omnibus fright film CREEPERS, he has more short-form horror on the way, including one featuring genre icon Chris Sarandon (pictured). Read on for the details, some exclusive pics and the trailer for one of ’em.

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    Q&A: Lloyd Kaufman talks Tromadance and “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH, VOLUME 2″

    Any cult cinema fanatic can tell you that Troma’s resident film festival, Tromadance, offers the type of midnight madness relegated to specialized sections at other fests all day long. And for NYC-based Troma lovers, the free film festival makes its Brooklyn debut on Friday, June 27th, and Saturday, June 28th, with provocative films such as Drew Bolduc’s SCIENCE TEAM, Zach Math & Jonah Bekhor’s THE FINAL MEMBER, Olivier Beguin’s CHIMERES and more. In anticipation for the 15th annual Tromadance festival, mastermind Lloyd Kaufman spoke to FANGORIA about the festival, as well as the next chapter in the RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH…

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “NIGHTBREED”

    Believe it or not, among the nightmarish visions and treacherous illusions infesting the FANGORIA archive, there’s something magical about the preservation of such rich genre history. Be it rare pictures of men in monstrous suits or true genre artists on the set of their passion project, discovering gems of scare fare past is inherently exciting and all the more nostalgic. And with a recent find in the FANGORIA archive, this writer has uncovered some gorgeous stills and behind-the-scenes shots of Clive Barker’s fantastic and immersive monster odyssey, NIGHTBREED.

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    Sidesplitters: “NEVER NOT FUNNY”‘s Matt Belknap on “PET SEMATARY” & Why “TRUE DETECTIVE” Counts as Horror

    Horror and Comedy go together like masks and murderers, as both set out to evoke reactions from even the most immovable of audiences. Therefore, it’s no surprise that so many funnymen are ardent fright fans. In our new column, Sidesplitters, FANGORIA chats with comedians who love horror as much as they love humor.

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    Spike Lee Has Remade “GANJA & HESS” with “DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS”

    In 2013, the great Spike Lee turned to Kickstarter ostensibly to help fund a film with little commercial interest. Titled DA SWEET BLOOD OF JESUS, the picture was given an intriguing, vague synopsis that hinted at a story of vampirism. It read, “A film about human beings who are addicted to blood. It’s a new kind of love story (and not a remake of “Blacula”). It has however, ended up a remake of something else entirely: Bill Gunn’s hallucinatory addiction fable, GANJA & HESS.

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    Homemade Haunts vie for $50,000 on ABC’s “THE GREAT HALLOWEEN FRIGHT FIGHT”

    As any horror fan knows, one of Halloween’s most beloved traditions is that of the homemade haunt. Throughout the night, going from house to house is only as exciting as the decorations allow it to be. When a walkthrough goes all out, Halloween becomes an evening to remember. If you’re one of those Halloween-embracing homeowners who turn their property into macabre masterpieces, ABC wants to give you a chance to prove your decorating dominance and win $50,000!

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