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  • Caption Contest Results: 06/01 – 06/05

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    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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  • Exclusive: “BIG BAD WOLVES” Directors’ Chainsaw Award Acceptance Speech!

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    By now, it’s no surprise that FANGORIA has had our eyes on Israeli horror directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado, TriBeCa darlings and crafters of such frightening foreign titles such as RABIES and BIG BAD WOLVES. And while BIG BAD WOLVES has had its fair share of praise from FANGORIA, Quentin Tarantino (who called it his favorite film of the year) and many other critics, fright fans themselves showed their love for the film in the 2015 Chainsaw Awards, voting Keshales and Papushado’s sophomore effort as the Best Foreign Language Film released last year against the likes of A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT, WITCHING & BITCHING, THE HOUSE AT THE END OF TIME and THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY’S TEARS. After learning of their win, Keshales and Papushado wanted to thank their fans for voting for BIG BAD WOLVES, and you can read their statement below…

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  • FANGO Flashback: “WITCHERY”

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    In 2011, Comic-Con was doing this huge promotion for the David Hasselhoff Comedy Central Roast, and publicists had been handing out Hasselhoff facemasks to thousands of attendees. That’s right: thousands of “David Hasselhoffs” were walking around Comic-Con! A Hoff-faced patron came over to the FANGORIA booth with his mask on, and asked, “Can the Hoff be in a horror film?” I replied, “Well, he was in WITCHERY.” Crickets…. Yeah, the Hoff was WITCHERY!

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  • True Grue: Charles Starkweather and the Badlands Murders

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    Welcome to “True Grue,” a weekly article that dives into real life, harrowing horrors. For the interest of good taste, this graphic feature aims not to be exploitative, but rather informative, and rest assured, there are many different territories that will be strictly off-limits. But for those with a hungry mind and a strong stomach, read on at your own discretion…

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  • Q&A: Actress Stefanie Scott on “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3”

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    The Brenner’s are the unsuspecting family to be receiving their fair share of terror in INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3, and Stefanie Scott is the unfortunate soul in this installment to be bearing the brunt of it. Scott not only tackles some heavy emotional subject matter in the Leigh Whannell-direct prequel, including grief and loss, but also masters the art of possession. We caught Scott on the brink of her Hollywood ascension and found out how a psychic predicted her rise in Tinseltown as well as the thespian benefits of listening to death metal…..

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  • “THE NIGHTMARE” (Movie Review)

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    Rodney Ascher’s THE NIGHTMARE (in theaters and on VOD today from Gravitas Ventures) revisits the subjective-narrative documentary form he explored in his previous ROOM 237. In that film, without comment, we are whisked into a world of tinfoil-hat theories on the “real” meaning of Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING; in THE NIGHTMARE, the subject is sleep paralysis, a medical phenomenon in which the mind becomes awake, but the body is still strapped in the atonia of REM sleep.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 Horror Icons Who Should be in the FANGORIA Hall of Fame

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    For many filmmakers, artists and fright fans out there, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame is one of the most prestigious accolades within the horror landscape. An annual honor bestowed by the horror community itself, the FANGORIA Hall of Fame has become a collection of the most respected and beloved within horror, each of whom made their unique mark upon the genre in some way, shape or form. And with this years inclusion of horror auteur Ti West and director-turned-El Rey Network mastermind Robert Rodriguez, the Hall of Fame grows even larger and more diverse in its inductees.

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