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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Squares Off With “BATTLE ROYALE”

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    For the third chapter of their journey into Japanese Horror, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW leave the sadistic world of Takashi Miike behind them as they face off against one of Japan’s most notorious fringe titles! That’s right: this week, Kate takes her first excursion into BATTLE ROYALE with Tab and special guest Britton Grimm in tow!

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  • Netflix Acquires “FEBRUARY” Director’s Next Horror Offering

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    Debuting at Toronto International Film Festival and quickly becoming one of the most buzzed-about festival titles of 2015, FEBRUARY is slated to scare audiences later this year from A24 Pictures (who, with THE WITCH and GREEN ROOM on their slate, are killing it in 2016). But what was even more of a sure thing following FEBRUARY’s debut was that Osgood Perkins would swiftly become an in-demand fright filmmaker, and today’s news from Variety confirms it: Perkin’s directorial follow-up, I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE, has been set for financing and release by Netflix.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 More Icons Who Should Be in The FANGORIA Hall of Fame

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    Unlike most Halls of Fame, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame is not built by committee but rather by the fans themselves. With voting open as a part of the Chainsaw Awards ballot, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame has seen a variety of horror icons inducted, from FX masters to Final Girls to even iconic zombies.. However, with only so many spots open every year since the Chainsaw Awards’ humble beginnings in 1992, that does mean there are a fair share of deserving horror figures who have yet to have the honor of induction.

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  • “THE INVITATION” Hosts a Terrifying Teaser Trailer

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    If you’re a frequent FANGORIA reader, you’ve likely heard of the title THE INVITATION previous to this article, and likely for good reason. Having seen the film at Mile High Horror this past October, this writer can honestly say that it’s an undeniably chilling and intense experience, and one horror ans are wholly unprepared for until they witness it for themselves. And luckily, with the film less than 2 months away from hitting theaters via Drafthouse Films, the first official teaser trailer for the film captures that atmosphere perfectly.

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  • “THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO” (Comic Book Review)

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    From middle school required reading to literary scholars, the name Edgar Allen Poe is recognized across the board as one of the greatest American storytellers of all time. Founder of the detective genre and father of the macabre, Poe has not only had his words printed on paper, but has been adapted into movies, plays, radio dramas, and, of course, comics. Action Comics is the newest company to add their own spin on one of his classics, going with a Poe staple, THE CASK OF AMONTILLADO. Unfortunately, while the creators gave it the full college try, the comic fell short of reaching the same depth that the original story had and lacked the antagonistic frenemy vibe that powered Poe’s words.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE HORROR SHOW” Goes “SERIAL” on Director Tobe Hooper!

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    With 2015 officially dead and buried on THE HORROR SHOW, our horror hosts dive into 2016 with a look back at one of horror’s most iconic and bizarre talents. Luckily, with a little help from the aesthetics of SERIAL, Sean and Joe dust off their chainsaws, close their windows and feed their alligators before revisiting the eerie early work of Tobe Hooper!

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  • Rod Serling and The Darker Side of “THE TWILIGHT ZONE”

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    If you were going to look at THE TWILIGHT ZONE in terms of music, the perfect metaphor for the series most present voices would be the Beatles. If George Clayton Johnson’s introspective yet objectively lighthearted fare would make him the Ringo Starr of THE TWILIGHT ZONE, that would make Richard Matheson the more spiritually present and emotionally intricate George Harrison. And if Charles Beaumont would be the more polished and excitable Paul McCartney, the essential and darker flip side to that coin would be Rod Serling as John Lennon. And as silly and superficial as that may be, there might be no better way to describe Serling’s unique place on THE TWILIGHT ZONE: a creative genius who could create entertainment with others, but left unchecked, he’ll produce brash, angry art born out of societal frustration.

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  • Toys of Terror #87

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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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