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    “AMERICAN VAMPIRE ANTHOLOGY” (Comic Review)

    Whether they’re seducing sweet, innocent girls or slaughtering entire towns in a blood-fueled rage, there is a certain mystique that surrounds vampires, inspiring centuries of stories, legends, and films DC/Vertigo’s AMERICAN VAMPIRE fits perfectly into the well-established mythos as it follows the lives of a brand new strain of vampires who’ve broken away from their European ancestors and have instead grown anew in the wilds of the American West. Beautifully written by DC’s hot rising star Scott Snyder and with an Eisner Award under its belt, it’s no surprise that other creative talents are biting at the chance to work on it. Enter AMERICAN VAMPIRE Anthology, a compilation of some of the industry’s best and brightest adding their own unique twists on the series while helping to fatten up the main characters’ back stories.

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    First Poster: “WER”, Lycan film from “DEVIL INSIDE” director

    Just earlier, I rewatched Sofia Coppola’s still-wonderful THE VIRGIN SUICIDES. My biggest takeaway, coincidentally to what’s below, was asking what became of A.J. Cook. With little screentime, the actress was totally transfixing as Mary Lisbon and it’s nice to see her pop up in the news and on this poster for the upcoming werewolf film from William Brent Bill, the filmmaker behind last year’s found footage THE DEVIL INSIDE.

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    “THE COLONY” (Movie Review)

    THE COLONY should, first and foremost, make the vast majority of its audience feel much better about their own lives and choices. Sure, we’ve all made mistakes, some worse than others, but one presumes vanishingly few of us have ever committed a faux pas on par with designing and building “weather modification towers” to combat global warming and—whoops!—accidentally plunging the world into an era of permafrost and endless snow blindness. 

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    NYC! Join Fango and Gunnar Hansen for a “CHAIN SAW CONFIDENTIAL” event at Times Scare!

    Gunnar Hansen, the original Leatherface, cuts deep into the making of a classic in Chronicle Books’ forthcoming CHAIN SAW CONFIDENTIAL. New York-area fans can meet the man, pick up an advance copy of his tome and get it signed at a special event that FANGORIA’s hosting at Times Scare next week!

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    Horror Artist Marc Schoenbach warns the dangers of Halloween with faux vintage ads

    As I’m sure many of you remember, there’s a great moment in HALLOWEEN II (1981) where a young boy named Gary arrives at the hospital with a bloody mouth (a particularly sharp apple, we presume). It’s ghastly and cruel, and removed from the goings on of Michael Myers & Co., reminds us of the scary world out there, bogeyman or no.

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    FANGORIA and TIFF Team For Exclusive David Cronenberg Magazine, Film Screenings

    Hot on the heels of the Toronto International Film Festival’s announcement of their DAVID CRONENBERG: EVOLUTION exhibit and screening series at the TIFF Bell Lightbox (running November 1st 2013 to January 19th, 2014. Read news item here) comes word that FANGORIA will be teaming with the festival on their latest limited edition FANGORIA Legends magazine, celebrating the dark, dangerous visions of the Lord of the “New Flesh.”

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    Q&A: Producer Jason Blum on “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2”

    There are few producers who’ve had a hot streak in the modern horror business as long and as solid as Jason Blum—one that continued this past weekend with the $41-million-grossing INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2. After establishing himself with 2007’s sleeper smash PARANORMAL ACTIVITY, Blum and his company Blumhouse Productions have been responsible for financing and developing low-budget hits such as SINISTER, THE PURGE and the initial INSIDIOUS.

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