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  • Modern giallo “FRANCESCA” Announces 3-Disc Blu-ray Release!

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    Luciano and Nicolas Onetti’s 2015 FRANCESCA is resurrecting a horror sub genre less talked about than others. The Onneti brother’s film is of the giallo, a genre which parallels the crime and mystery category. But the giallo style boasts some added elements that afford it bragging rights when it comes to the horror culture. Firstly, giallo films are heavily populated with slashers and psychopaths. Such a demographic ensures a blood drenched landscape. The genre also has a sexual appetite that is, at it’s tamest, ravenous.

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  • “HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER” to receive 4K restoration, theatrical re-release!

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    Whenever horrorheads talk about the most screwed-up and unsettling terror titles, one can trust that HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER lands somewhere in that conversation. John McNaughton’s loose retelling of Henry Lee Lucas & Ottis Toole’s killing spree not only launched Michael Rooker’s career as a genre icon, but shocked critics and audiences alike thirty years ago. And to ring in the anniversary this Halloween season, Dark Sky Films will be re-releasing this serial killer thriller in select theaters nationwide, complete with a brand new 4K restoration!

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  • Q&A: Actor Ross Marquand talks “THE WALKING DEAD”!

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    There’s no denying that THE WALKING DEAD is the biggest genre show on television, so one could only imagine the online waves caused by last season’s shocking cliffhanger. Now, fans have the chance to relive all the mad and macabre moments of THE WALKING DEAD’s sixth season through a whole new lens, as the series offers up its unrated Blu-ray/DVD edition of season six. And with that in mind, FANGORIA spoke to actor Ross Marquand, whose WALKING DEAD character ‘Aaron’ found himself in Negan’s crosshairs in the season finale, to talk about his experiences on the recent season, the fandom of THE WALKING DEAD, and the nightmarish practical creations he’s encountered on the show…

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  • Opening Date, Photos Revealed for “TEXAS CHAIN SAW”-inspired horror hotspot The Gas Station!

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    Many fans have been keeping an eye on the highly anticipated opening of the The Gas Station in Bastrop, Texas, which is known for its iconic debut in Tobe Hooper’s TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE. It’s proud new owner, Roy Rose, has worked tirelessly to get the establishment in tip top shape, using as much of the original materials as possible. The Gas Station will be a small resort, complete with cabins to stay overnight, if you dare. It will also serve as a BBQ pit and gift shop for horror merchandise with TCM memorabilia on show.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Joe & Pat Get Possessed by “THE CONJURING 2” on “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL”

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    For the fourth episode of their movie-centric third season, Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh talk about THE CONJURING 2 and other summer fright fare! The gruesome twosome compare the fright film to the original CONJURING, how these films stack up against other contemporary chillers, and Pat even offers up his two cents on THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR. And be sure to check out Joe DeRosa’s SOME SEVERE SITUATIONS short story series, which you can find HERE and HERE.

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  • Toys of Terror #115

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    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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  • Exclusive Video Premiere, Q&A: Anthrax unleashes “A Monster At The End”!

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    It’s hard to believe that Anthrax, one of the most successful bands to be born of the ’80s “thrash metal”-era, turns 35 this year.  Over the past three plus decades, Anthrax has sold over 10 million records worldwide.  In addition to classic albums like AMONG THE LIVING and PERSISTENCE OF TIME, Anthrax has branched out and recorded songs with bands like KISS and Public Enemy and has even worked with legendary director John Carpenter on the score for his film, GHOSTS OF MARS.

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  • “DON’T BREATHE” (Film Review)

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    I doubt you’ll find a film this year more appropriately titled than Fede Alvarez’s DON’T BREATHE. As simplistic as it is suspenseful, DON’T BREATHE is undoubtedly an intense and unpredictable thrill-ride, one that will literally take your breath away during its numerous incredible set pieces. And for the many horror fans who complain about the horror genre’s penchant for the familiar and unoriginal, DON’T BREATHE is a well-needed gut punch of cinematic studio horror that is unafraid to throw petrifying punches outside of the jump scare landscape.

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  • Q&A: Ringworm’s Human Furnace talks Metal and Macabre Memorabilia

    Early in FANGORIA’s conversation with Human Furnace the Ringworm vocalist/doomsday prophet/horror culture devotee describes the eighth full-length from his legendary Cleveland metallic hardcore occultist quintet as possessing “the manners of a cornered, rabid beast”—a description many will find extraordinarily difficult to improve upon as they steep themselves in the merciless, darkly triumphant sturm und drang of SNAKE CHURCH.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Host “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab continue on their Silent Scream series with a look at Rupert Julian’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA! The petrifying pair examine the 1925 film, the original source novel, and Lon Chaney’s iconic FX make-up work. Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • NSFW Teaser: Troma Now’s “VIDEO SPLATTERPUNK”!

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    2016 aims to be a pretty big year for Troma; in addition to the debuts of films such as B.C. BUTCHER and the upcoming RETURN TO RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH A/K/A VOLUME 2, the company is taking major leaps in their digital presence via their VHX channel Troma Now!.  In that digital advancement is a brand new Troma short series, entitled VIDEO SPLATTERPUNK, which aims to streamline the shocking, sexual, and splattery side of Troma’s sensibilities. And with the show hitting the channel in the near future, FANGORIA has the latest, NSFW teaser for VIDEO SPLATTERPUNK below!

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  • Denver! Catch Karloff-starring “TARGETS” with John Darnielle Q&A This October!

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    Denver film lovers are in for a treat. Friday, October 28th, the Alamo Drafthouse Denver is presenting a screening of the 1968 thriller TARGETS, on 35mm. For those unfamiliar, the film revolves around a Vietnam war vet on a shooting spree, eventually hiding out at a drive-in movie theater. Boris Karloff features as a fictitious version of himself, playing horror actor “Byron Orlok,” renowned for his roles in low-budget horror films. Tension ratchets up, as all signs point toward an inevitable confrontation between the iconic face of classic movie monsters, and a real monster of an entirely different sort. This is a rare chance to catch an underrated classic on the big screen.

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