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    Chicago’s Terror in the Aisles closes November with Argento and Fulci in 35MM

    Fantastic Chicago screening series Terror in the Aisles is giving Italian horror fans something to be thankful for this weekend (sorry, I’m so sorry) when they follow the Midwest premiere of Gary Schultz’s acclaimed new horror/comedy DEVIL IN MY RIDE with rare 35MM prints of Argento’s immortal SUSPIRIA and Lucio Fulci’s THE BLACK CAT. That’s plus short films, vendors and special guests.

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    “OLDBOY” (2013; Movie Review)

    Yes, the Big Reveal at the end is intact. With that out of the way… Park Chan-wook’s original OLDBOY came to such a bleak gut-punch of a conclusion that I wasn’t sure, after it was over, if I ever wanted to see it again. In that context, is it praise or a putdown to say that I wouldn’t mind seeing Spike Lee’s remake a second time?

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    From The FANGORIA Vault: “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT”

    Hello again, FANGORIA Readers! It’s almost Thanksgiving, and over here at the FANGORIA vault, we wanted to pull something a little different to give thanks to a movie that’s near and dear to us. That movie is SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT, which FANGORIA is presenting in association with Screenvision across the country beginning next week.

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    Jason Returns in 2015! New “FRIDAY THE 13TH” Film Dated

    One of the biggest pieces of news in horror this year was the return of FRIDAY THE 13TH and beloved slasher Jason Voorhees to Paramount Pictures. Considering its been four years since the 2009 remake and the series rights reverting stipulated a deadline, many believed it was only a matter of time before a new film was announced. It seems that time has come. 

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    Toronto: Win Tix to See “MY FAIR ZOMBIE” at the Revue!

    If you like Rex Harrison musicals – and really, who the hell doesn’t? – and flesh-eating ghouls and have always dreamed of combining the two into one far-out flick, then Canadian filmmaker Brett Kelly’s toe-tapping, stomach churning romp MY FAIR ZOMBIE is for you. After taking big brass at the Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film fast earlier this month, Kelly’s putrid Pygmalion is making its way to the legendary Revue Cinema for its Toronto premiere and FANGORIA has tickets to smack you with.

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    Santa Showdown: “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT PART 2″ VS. “SANTA’S SLAY”

    Jingle the Bells! Hit the lights! In celebration of FANGORIA’s re-release of the remastered original SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT, we present to you SANTA SHOWDOWN, a battle between the more gruesome ghosts from Christmas Past. So sit down by the fire, enjoy some eggnog and pray neither of these Christmas killers make their way down your chimney…

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    Exclusive Q&A: Elizabeth Olsen talks “OLDBOY”—and “GODZILLA”

    Having first made her name in the cult drama/thriller MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE and then spent 88 real-time minutes terrorized in the SILENT HOUSE, Elizabeth Olsen is back exploring the dark side in OLDBOY. FANGORIA got the chance to sit down with the actress to chat about Spike Lee’s remake, and get a few words about her involvement with the new GODZILLA.

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    Cronenberg Burlesque! Videos, Photos, Tassels!

    Last month, in the midst of prepping our David Cronenberg special edition magazine, we reported on an unusual event in the form of MISS ROSE’S DAVID CRONENBERG BURLESQUE, part of the celebrated and saucy Burlesque performer’s larger show, the Philadelphia-based MISS ROSE’S SEXPLOITATION FOLLIES. In the piece, most of the New Flesh overlord’s filmography was re-interpreted for the arse and tassels set.

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    “DRUMHELLAR” #1 (Comic Review)

    Psychic detectives are a dime a dozen. Every coma patient with a bump on his noggin has a story to tell about your dead grandmother’s will, your love life, and “do you know someone whose name starts with a B?” Even comic books are overrun with spiritual mediums, from the classic Dr. Strange, to the more modern John Constantine and Cal McDonald, and even pushing to the future with Judge Dredd’s mind-reading police associates. So why in the world would Image Comics introduce yet another trench-coat toting, cigarette-chomping, down-on-his-luck investigator of the weird into the already clogged cake-hole of entertainment? Because it’s actually pretty good. While the initial idea of DRUMHELLAR might sound like another rehash, the Alex Link and Riley Rossmo-created series manages to set itself apart with a dynamic art style and hungry passion from the latter.

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