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    Interview: Greg Francis Deals Out “POKER NIGHT”

    As a writer, one of the things I adore most about horror is the amount of imagination that can be found in genre storytelling. Sure, I’ll admit that for every one truly compelling tale, we’ll likely get about twenty copycats riding its coattails, but even in those situations, the filmmakers are sometimes inspired to do great things beyond their confines.  And from there, horror breeds new storytellers and more voices to bring us more films that will keep us leaving the light on at night.

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    Exclusive Short Premiere: Italian Revenge Thriller “ANGELIKA”

    There’s something very refreshing in seeing a genre project come out of Italy these days. While international horror has certainly began to deliver on a much bigger scale than ever before, the country that gave us such wonderful filmmakers such as Dario Argento, Lucio Fulci and Mario Bava has been sadly more quiet than expected on the genre forefront. Yet, with such scarcity comes a greater appreciation for the work that makes it out of the country, and today, FANGORIA is proud to present an Italian horror short worthy of your time: Federico Greco’s ANGELIKA!

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    Trailer Time: “THE VOICES”; Cronenberg’s “MAPS TO THE STARS”

    For the longest time, the phrase “psychological horror” was used to define horror films that didn’t have a physically definable threat, and thus could be attributed to paranoia or schizophrenia. But now, this writer feels that psychological horror has become a much broader term, encapsulating any horror project that deals with the many strange happenings of the human brain. Otherwise, that term wouldn’t be lobbied around to projects as radically different as Marjane Satrapi’s THE VOICES and David Cronenberg’s MAPS TO THE STARS, both of which dropped new trailers today.

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    Toys of Terror #37

    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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    “THE TWILIGHT ZONE #1” (Comic Book Review)

    THE TWILIGHT ZONE has been a staple of horror ever since its inception back in the late 1950’s. Influencing everyone from Iron Maiden to THE SIMPSONS to our very own Editor-in-Chief Chris Alexander, the show has catapulted itself as a go-to terror for anyone who craves a bit of the strange. And considering its long and sordid history, it’s no surprise that the seminal series would once again find its way into comic books. Launching a brand new series, THE TWILIGHT ZONE #1 brings back that old school vibe while updating itself for the modern era, eagerly inviting new readers to its pages.

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  • James Wan-produced “DEMONIC” Conjures Up Familiar Yet Effective Scares

    In 2015, there’s still something almost comical about seeing the Dimension Films logo in front of a horror film and knowing that it’s likely been sitting on the shelf for ages. It’s a cycle that has happened time and time again, even as recently as AMITYVILLE, which was scheduled to hit theaters nowish. However, just as all things that go up must go down, all Dimension horror releases do eventually see the light of day, and in the case of the James Wan-produced DEMONIC, that day may be coming soon as the film released it’s first trailer earlier today.

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    News Round-Up: “THE VOICES”, “THE BAD BATCH”, “THE NEON DEMON” and More…

    If there’s been a sore lack of news updates on FANGORIA this week, allow this writer to take the blame; the East Coast flu outbreak sidelined this workhorse unlike any sickness in recent memory. However, now that my brief flirtation with the cold hand of death has subsided, let me jump into a batch of updates on some upcoming fright flicks in case anyone missed them…

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