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  • SDCC15: “DAMIEN” Series Poster, Trailer is All For You

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    There’s no doubt that horror has found a groove on television as of late, especially in the cable space where the creepy content is given the proper room to breathe and grow. And while A&E has found success with their take on the PSYCHO mythos, BATES MOTEL, further attempts to capitalize on the genre audience has proven less than fruitful. However, that may change with the introduction of their next show, DAMIEN, the serialized sequel to THE OMEN which released a brand new trailer and poster at San Diego Comic Con!

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  • Grant Morrison boards HEAVY METAL as New Editor-in-Chief

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    In keeping with HEAVY METAL’s tradition of exploring new and exciting territories, iconic comic writer Grant Morrison has been hired as the new Editor-in-Chief of the publishing powerhouse, according to Entertainment Weekly. Not only will he be in charge of the creative run of the magazine but he also plans on contributing to every issue with script and prose material. He has stated that he plans to dedicate a couple years of focus purely on HEAVY METAL and has already been looking at new talent, though no word on what that talent is.

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  • Announcement: FANGORIA to launch Podcast Network; First Slate of Programs Revealed!

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    Over the course of 36 years (and counting), the readership of FANGORIA Magazine have been united over a mutual love for all things horror. It’s this fervent fandom that has inspired FANGORIA to branch out into the world of cinema, comic books, conventions and more, for better or for worse. But even when times and people change, that horror fandom remains the same, and the ambition to bring FANGORIA’s unique voice to new generations of fright fans has inspired FANGORIA to take those ventures. And while many lament the loss of FANGORIA Radio, FANGORIA is proud to announce that we are ready to take the next step in the digital age with the FANGORIA Podcast Network!

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  • Exclusive Q&A: Doug Jones talks “THE STRAIN”, “CRIMSON PEAK”, “FALLING SKIES” and more…

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    To the sci-fi and horror crowd, Doug Jones could very well be classified as geek royalty. The frequent Guillermo del Toro collaborator has been a presence in the genre for nearly thirty years, and has become synonymous as being one of the most versatile and impressive creature performers in the business. And for Jones, that mantle doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon, as the actor is now busier than ever: with TNT’s FALLING SKIES currently in its final season, Jones has taken up a recurring role on FX’s THE STRAIN while appearing in a slew of genre features, including the impending del Toro joint CRIMSON PEAK. With Jones returning to the great stage of San Diego Comic Con, FANGORIA talked to the actor about his latest genre endeavors, including playing dual roles and filling the shoes of a terrifying internet icon…

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  • FANGO Flashback: “TICKS”

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    Out of all the longtime genre filmmakers who have soldiered on year after year in the face of jaded audiences, changing marketplaces and plummeting budgets, there’s few that are as underappreciated as Brian Yuzna. An impressive director in his own right, Yuzna’s productions are completely representative of his reckless imagination, maniacal tonal shifts and unadulterated love for practical effects, and not nearly enough of his films are given the retrospective love that they deserve. And while sometimes the quality of his productions may be questionable, there’s no denying that his films are technically competent and a complete blast from start to finish, which is more than some can say about the half-baked efforts of more lauded horror masters.

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