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  • Contest: LA! Win A Private Lunch with the Cast & Crew of “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3”!

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    With June 5th right around the corner, fright fans are getting ready to return to The Further in INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3, which is shaping up to be one of this summer’s most anticipated scare fare. But thanks to the good folks at Gramercy Pictures, two lucky FANGORIA fans will not only have a chance to see the film at its premiere screening, but also meet the cast and filmmakers behind INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 in a private, intimate lunch event!

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  • “THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3 (FINAL SEQUENCE)” (Movie Review)

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    At the end of the animated film RATATOUILLE, a food-critic character has the following epiphany: “…the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so.” I disagree; I’ll bet this review of THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3 (FINAL SEQUENCE) will offer more entertainment than sitting through the movie itself.

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  • “SOCIETY” (Arrow Blu-ray Review)

    It’s an unfortunate thing that Brian Yuzna is rarely considered among the likes of John Carpenter, Roger Corman, Wes Craven or even Stuart Gordon. While his work as a producer is undeniable, Yuzna’s directorial work on NECRONOMICON, RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD and the RE-ANIMATOR sequels are equally impressive in their own right. Yet there might not be any film in Yuzna’s oeuvre that is as astonishing, creepy and absolutely disgusting as SOCIETY, a film that this horror fan has grown exceptionally fond of throughout the past six months. And now, having seen the film both on 35mm film and via its foreign Blu-ray, I can confidently say that American fans of the film will find no better edition of the film than on Arrow’s new Blu-ray, which is a true triumph in the world of collector’s editions.

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  • “FORBIDDEN EMPIRE” (Film Review)

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    Fantasy and myth are powerful things. Not only in how they can inspire the imagination, but in how they can cloud reason and judgment, and cause horrible events to occur in a cloud of superstition.  This wary view of mythology is the ironic driving force behind FORBIDDEN EMPIRE, a dark fantasy adventure film that delivers a new take on the Ukrainian folk story “Viy” from Russian author Nikolai Gogol.

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  • Q&A: Director Tom Six on “THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3: FINAL SEQUENCE”

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    By now, any horror fan that hasn’t been living under a rock for the past five years knows about THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE. A grotesque and terrifying excursion into voyeuristic depravity, the first HUMAN CENTIPEDE has become a pop culture phenomenon, and still remains in the zeitgeist even years after its infamous debut. Now, director Tom Six is at it again with THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE 3: FINAL SEQUENCE, this time offering a much crazier and more ridiculous fever dream than the stark and gruesome HUMAN CENTIPEDE 2. With the film hitting select theaters and VOD this Friday, FANGORIA spoke to Six about the CENTIPEDE franchise, its legacy and what fans should expect from the indie fright filmmaker in the future…

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  • First Trailer: “COOTIES” takes fright fans back to school

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    After debuting at Sundance 2014, it’s been a long and quiet ride for Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott’s COOTIES, the horror comedy produced by SpectreVision that pit Elijah Wood, Alison Pill and Rainn Wilson against a horde of child zombies. And while the film has played to excellent reviews at several genre festivals (including the recent Stanley Film Festival screening of the upcoming theatrical cut), there’s been little out there in the horror universe outside of select stills and some terrifying teaser posters… until now!

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  • Toys of Terror #53

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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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  • Stream to Scream: “BLACK DEATH”

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    Horror is such a wide expanse of a genre. It can fit into a lot of time periods and situations and provide different levels of fear and repulsion. One concept that the horror genre has tackled time and time again is the fear of disease, either on the personal scale of one person’s body rotting away from a virus, or a pandemic that manages to ravage the whole of human civilization.  In these scenarios, what proves to be even scarier than the disease itself is the reaction that the fallible characters have to them. We all make bargains with ourselves and others to get what we want, and no one is more prone to desperate deal making than those willing to avoid death at all cost.

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  • Interview: Brian Yuzna talks “SOCIETY” Blu-ray and Sequel!

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    Brian Yuzna’s SOCIETY is easily one of the strangest damn horror movies ever made and as a direct result, one of the best. It’s one of those films that slots into the horror genre almost out of a lack of any other proper genre classification. The project was the directorial debut for Yuzna, who had previously established himself in the business by producing Stuart Gordon’s first string of flicks starting with RE-ANIMATOR. Given total directorial freedom, Yuzna delivered something that is simultaneously a searing satirical comment America’s great class divide, a campy send up of teen melodrama, a paranoid thriller, and thanks to an unforgettably icky finale, one of the goopiest genre flicks ever made.

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  • Announcement: FANGORIA welcomes “HANNIBAL” creator/writer Bryan Fuller as Special Guest Editor

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    In FANGO’s lengthy, near 36 year long history, we’ve thus far had only a handful of folks serving as editor-in-chief: Bob Martin, Tony Timpone and most recently, Chris Alexander. But now, for the first time, we’re bringing in a special guest EIC to oversee the production of our upcoming issue…and believe us, this cat is no slouch!

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