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  • Q&A: Actor D.J. Cotrona Previews the Second Season of “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

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    Fans of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES, which returns for its second season on the El Rey network tomorrow, Tuesday, August 25, will remember that at the end of season one, Seth Gecko (D.J. Cotrona) had survived his ordeal at the Titty Twister bar—a hangout for the vampiric, serpentine beings known as culebras, whose roots are in Aztec lore. However, Seth didn’t come out unscathed.

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  • Q&A: Screenwriter C. Robert Cargill talks “SINISTER 2”

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    Though SINISTER was a labor of love for many, there’s no two people who put their blood, sweat and tears into that film than Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill. For Derrickson, SINISTER was a shot to work with a studio but without the restraints his previous big budget film had presented, while Cargill, a writer over at Ain’t It Cool News, had his first shot at having a script see the big screen. Luckily, the two saw the fruit of their work blossom into a horror phenomenon, and so their return behind the pen for SINISTER 2 was a welcome sign of confidence among horror die-hards. And with the film now in theaters, FANGORIA caught up with Cargill to talk all things SINISTER 2 and what eerie ideas didn’t make it to the page…

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  • Q&A: Creator/Executive Producer Dave Erickson Talks “FEAR THE WALKING DEAD”

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    With AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD one of the most successful TV series on the planet, it’s no surprise that a companion show would come along. Developed by WALKING DEAD comics creator Robert Kirkman with SONS OF ANARCHY’s Dave Erickson, FEAR THE WALKING DEAD premiered last night, and Erickson spoke to Fango about its creation and future.

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  • The Cutting Room: Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy talk “THE EDITOR”, Part Two

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    Welcome to THE CUTTING ROOM, a new weekly column on FANGORIA.com that highlights the stories that most share DNA of our print counterpart. Rather than just feature the articles and interviews that didn’t make the cut, this column is dedicated to providing a greater lifeline between FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com.

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  • GWAR-B-Q 2015: GWAR Speaks! [NSFW]

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    For heavy metal hounds who like their music with an unhealthy dose of splattery horror, the bar goes no higher than GWAR. The band’s foul-mouthed, superviolent stage show is a must-see for horror fans, and there’s few places better to see the band in their horrendous prime than at their annual GWAR-B-Q, the Richmond, Virginia-based music festival that brings GWAR’s messy aesthetics, delicious (and shockingly affordable) food and a line-up of musical monstrocities in one place. The 2015 edition of GWAR-B-Q has its own walkthrough attraction (with no one leaving unsullied with fake blood), appearances from bands as diverse as Down, The Dickies, MC Chris, Clutch and Dead Earth Politics, and much more. And, of course, what would FANGORIA’s appearance at GWAR-B-Q be without some face time with titular terror themselves, GWAR?!

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  • Stream to Scream: “THE GUEST”

    Two of the most interesting voices to come up from the indie horror scene in the last few years have been director Adam Wingard and his partner-in-crime, screenwriter Simon Barrett. After Wingard (a longtime collaborator of CHEAP THRILLS director E.L. Katz) teamed up with Barrett for the grim, minimalistic A HORRIBLE WAY TO DIE, the pair began gaining notice with their contributions to anthology films like the V/H/S series and and ABCs OF DEATH. However, Wingard and Barrett really hit their stride when their home invasion horror YOU’RE NEXT, which arrived to ho-hum box office in 2013 only to become a cult favorite since.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune In to “BLOOD LUST” with Special Guest Brian Yuzna!

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    While some may recognize Bailey Jay from her reputable and prolific career in the world of porn or her extremely popular comedy podcast THE BAILEY JAY SHOW, Jay’s insatiable appetite for fright has left a mark on the world of horror with her free weekly podcast, BLOOD LUST. And this week, Bailey talks with a heavyweight of horror insanity, whose presentation of top tier FX and stomach-twisting content has separated him from his peers: director/producer Brian Yuzna!

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  • Chris Alexander’s “FEMALE WEREWOLF” to play FERATUM, SITGES Film Festivals

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    Filmmaker and FANGO editor Chris Alexander’s third microbudget feature film FEMALE WEREWOLF, will have its World Premiere at Mexico’s FERATUM festival, the international horror, sci-fi and genre film fest located in the beautiful city of Tlalpujahua. The Festival runs from October 1st – 4th; FEMALE WEREWOLF will screen on Friday, October 2nd. For more fest info visit www.FeratumFilmFest.com.

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  • Q&A: The Soska Sisters talk “VENDETTA”, “HELLEVATOR” & More…

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    When it comes to twin female directors working in the horror genre, there’s nary a pair working harder and more consistently than Jen and Sylvia Soska. The Canadian born-and-bred directors of such fright fare as AMERICAN MARY and DEAD HOOKER IN A TRUNK have since found a haven of morbid material over at WWE Studios, helming SEE NO EVIL 2 before moving onto the bloody revenge flick VENDETTA. Now with the latter film breaking into the home video market this week, FANGORIA spoke with the Twisted Twins themselves about VENDETTA, their upcoming Blumhouse game show HELLEVATOR, their latest fright feature PLASTIC and their visceral venture into the world of comic books…

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  • Celebrate Halloween Everyday with Halloween Forevermore!

    For some people, Halloween is more than just a fun day celebrated once every October; it’s a way of life. The festive decor, the love of the macabre and the desire to spread horror into every aspect of your life is something FANGORIA understands all too well, so for those looking to add some lurid touches to their life, the people at Halloween Forevermore have you covered!

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  • “SINISTER 2” (Film Review)

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    For those going into SINISTER 2 believing it to be a retread of the first SINISTER, this writer has some good news and some bad news for you. The bad news is that SINISTER 2 is not much like the original SINISTER in most ways, even if the strong family-driven drama and graphic kill films carry over into the Ciaran Foy-directed sequel. The good news is, however, that SINISTER 2 is different in many great ways, and the many ways that the film spins the mythology of Bughuul and his potential victims offers something much more unique to fright fans while still satisfying SINISTER die-hards.

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