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  • Contest: Win “THE BLUMHOUSE BOOK OF NIGHTMARES” with SDCC Exclusives!

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    There’s no denying that the Blumhouse brand is at the top of its game at the moment, with one film still in theaters (INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3), one hitting this weekend (THE GALLOWS), one at the top of the VOD charts (CREEP) and a slate of films ready to take San Diego Comic Con by storm. But this week also marks another huge step in Blumhouse’s horror ventures: the written page, as THE BLUMHOUSE BOOK OF NIGHTMARES: THE HAUNTED CITY hit shelves everywhere, and Doubleday has a wealth of copies for those willing to share their nightmares with FANGORIA!

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  • First Trailer, Exclusive Chat: Zane Holtz on “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES” Season Two!

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    With FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES bursting out of the shadows of its cinematic predecessor, all eyes have been on the upcoming second season of the series and the expanding mythology within. Now, FANGORIA has the first trailer for the bloodthirsty show, giving us our first look at the new, the old and the nasty in action this time around. And to sweeten the pot, FANGORIA was able to chat exclusively with Chainsaw Award nominee Zane Holtz about reprising the role of Richie Gecko, the vampire variation on his performance and just how gory the series will get in its sophomore season…

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  • L.A.! Free “DARK AWAKENING” FANGORIA Screening Next Week!

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    New supernatural shocker DARK AWAKENING teams the director of COFFIN BABY with the executive producer of THE RING for a haunting you will never forget! Genre fave Lance Henriksen stars, and once again FANGORIA’s hooking you up for an advance peek! Yes, FANGO will be hosting a free screening of DARK AWAKENING for our L.A. friends and fiends. The bloody event will be held on Wednesday, July 15th at Los Angeles’ popular Jumpcut Café (13203 Ventura Boulevard, Studio City; [818] 986-2233). Seating starts at 7:00 p.m. (with showtime at 8 p.m.), and members of the film’s cast and crew will be attending our screamiere.

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  • Contest: Win Tickets to meet Eli Roth and “THE GREEN INFERNO” Cast at San Diego Comic Con!

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    It’s been a long wait for most fright fans to see THE GREEN INFERNO, but the wait will soon be over as BH Tilt will be unleashing the Cannibal epic into theaters on September 25th. But for fans craving to get a taste of the fright flick before the fall, San Diego Comic Con is the place to be, and for six lucky FANGORIA fans, the GREEN INFERNO experience at SDCC 2015 will be a little more immersive with a once-in-a-lifetime giveaway!
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  • Flesh and Blood: “THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD”

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    As any fright fan knows, the horror genre has a particularly salacious relationship with sexually explicit content. And while nudity so often goes side by side with decapitated heads and brutal bloodletting, there are also horror filmmakers throughout the years who made an art form out of the human body with an appreciation of our most lurid and lucid desires. And it’s with that macabre mentality in mind that FANGORIA is proud to announce our partnership with Mr. Skin for a brand new NSFW column that looks to provoke our minds as well as our more physical impulses, FLESH AND BLOOD!

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  • “DEVIL MAY CRY 4: SPECIAL EDITION” (Video Game Review)

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    Reboots are a fact of life these days, and not just with films but with video games as well. Recently, DEVIL MAY CRY was rebooted into a more modern experience with DMC: Devil May Cry. But this shouldn’t (and doesn’t) diminish the original series or the love for it that culminated in DEVIL MAY CRY 4: SPECIAL EDITION. In fact, it rather brings us to the definitive edition recently released by Capcom for digital download.

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  • Stream to Scream: “MADHOUSE” (1974)

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    With the recent passing of Christopher Lee, there was a blanket of sadness that covered the horror community as not only did we lose one of the greatest actors of all time, but the genre world lost the very last of the old guard. While legends such as Vincent Price, John Carradine, Peter Cushing and Peter Lorre had expired years beforehand, Lee was the last remaining icon from that era where class and commitment walked hand-in-hand with the horror genre, even when said work grew weary on these performers. However, in reality, that era ended over four decades beforehand with 1974’s MADHOUSE, the Amicus-American International Picture co-production that was the last of the classic horror vehicles that didn’t end up descending into full-on parody.

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  • Q&A: Director Franck Khalfoun talks “i-LIVED”, “AMITYVILLE” & more…

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    Though many old-fashioned horror fans have been resistant, and even sometimes hostile, to the idea of digital horror, the fact is that the burgeoning trend is an organic progression of genre storytelling. As films like THE DEN, UNFRIENDED and OPEN WINDOWS explore the digital realm into their nightmarish narratives, the incorporation of technology into horror is no different than when cell phones shook up the slasher, new technology helped usher in a new wave of J-Horror and the inexpensive mass production of cameras offered the found footage phenomenon.

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