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    “AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE” (Comic Review)

    Launching careers, AMERICAN VAMPIRE started as a simple vampire comic in 2010 and has since become one of the most well-received horror series in years. Utilizing clever play on the creatures’ long-held mythos, while telling a compelling story that spanned a solid seventy years of American history and five volumes of graphic novel, AMERICAN VAMPIRE is new again. After a yearlong break, AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE sees original creators Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque return to finish what they started, claiming that this new creation is “the beginning of the huge machinations of the whole series, from here forward, toward the finale.”

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    EXCL Photo, New Poster: Satirical Horror, “L.A. SLASHER”

    The L.A. Slasher is coming, and he’s pointing his blade at thinly veiled depictions of real-life pop culture hot messes in a new satirical horror film with an ensemble meta cast and a continuing, particularly buzzing campaign. FANGORIA has an exclusive photo featuring THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE’s Ashlynn Yennie from the film, as well as the premiere of its “Marilyn” Poster. 

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “PUMPKINHEAD”

    Is there anything as exciting as stumbling upon an unexpected treasure? Over here at the FANGORIA Vault, we think so, especially considering the numerous cobwebs and skeletal remains we’ve swatted through over the years. Of course, sometimes “treasure” can also be an understatement, like in the case where we discover a gallery of amazing and rare stills from the set of the late, great Stan Winston’s PUMPKINHEAD!

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    Q&A: Frank Pavich and the tale of “JODOROWSKY’S DUNE”

    Cinema is full of devastating stories of films unfinished, abandoned or stolen. One of the most mythical of these is Alejandro Jodorowsky’s follow-up to his magical cult classics EL TOPO and THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, a proposed adaptation of Frank Herbert’s 1965 science fiction novel, DUNE. The film was deep in pre-production in the mid-70s when financing fell apart, and boasted a crazy attached cast including Orson Welles, Salvador Dali, Mick Jagger, Gloria Swanson and David Carradine, production design by HR Giger and Jean “Moebius” Giraud, visual FX by Dan O’Bannon, and music by Magma and Pink Floyd. One can only imagine the stunning, mystical epic this would have been.

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    Exclusive: Jared Harris Talks “POLTERGEIST” Remake and His New Role

    Jared Harris, a veteran performer who truly broke out with a stunning turn on MAD MEN, has turned his eye to a pair of ghost stories with legacy behind them. This spring, he stars in THE QUIET ONES, the latest film from the revamped Hammer and one which is sourced in real experiments intended to create a poltergeist out of belief. Then, next year, he finds himself in one of the more curious productions of the current remake culture: a new take on the 1982 classic POLTERGEIST.

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    Wizard Studios Brings Sleazy “PMS COP” to Full Moon Streaming

    Charles Band’s newly minted WIZARD Studios imprint, an extension of his colorful and influential home video label from the early 1980’s, has been quietly making good on its mandate for months. That is, to acquire a selection of high quality microbudget horror and fantasy films to stream via his FullMoonStreaming.com and – eventually – premiere on DVD. The first wave of films included such fare as VILANELLE, VAMPIE and the stunning winter-set giallo VIRGINIA OBSCURA. But WIZARD’s latest pick-up is something extra odd and spectacularly tasteless: PMS COP!

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    Shadowvision: John Carpenter’s “THE THING”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black-and-white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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