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  • “KUROSAGI CORPSE DELIVERY SERVICE, VOLUME 14” (Comic Book Review)

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    After a nearly two and half year wait between volumes, Kurosagi Corpse Delivery Service volume 14 finally hits US shores later this month. While many may fear that the wait would spoil the expectation, the newest arrival is just as good as the previous volumes. While definitely a horror comic, KCDS has always focused more on exploring Japanese death rites and fulfilling the last wishes of the dearly departed, and volume 14 expands on this premise as the five central figures go about finding fresh bodies and bringing them home, wherever it may be. It’s an exceptional piece of philosophic horror from our friends across the ocean and is an easy gateway for those who wish to read Japanese manga but prefer a more mature work.

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  • “EXETER” Cast Joins FANGORIA’s Free L.A. Screening on Wednesday

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    EXETER shocker’s hot young cast will be joining director Marcus Nispel (who brought you the FRIDAY THE 13TH and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE remakes) at next Wednesday’s free screening for our LA friends and fiends. The EXETER screening will be held on Wednesday, June 24 at Los Angeles’ Silent Movie Theater (611 North Fairfax Avenue; [323] 655-2510). The show starts at 6:30 p.m., and joining director Nispel will be THE UNINVITED’s Brittany Curran, FROM WITHIN’s Kelly Blatz, Michael Ormsby, GRACE’s Brett Dier, MALIGNANT’s Nick Nicotera and Nick Nordella. They’ll be plenty of fun photo opps, and paramedics will be on stand-by for any fright-related incidents.

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  • Q&A: John Caglione Jr. talks SFX on “C.H.U.D.”, “AMITYVILLE II” & more…

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    John Caglione Jr. is a make-up SFX maestro who has worked on horror classics like AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION, C.H.U.D, BASKET CASE as well as taking the world by storm with his groundbreaking Oscar winning make-ups for Warren Beatty’s DICK TRACY. But before the 40s comic book detective got his big screen update in 1990, Caglione was in service of another famous Dick.

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  • Exclusive Clip: Marburg gets Malicious on “SALEM”

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    With SALEM’s stellar second season coming to a close in just a matter of weeks, WGN America’s flagship fright series is ramping up the tension and raising the stakes in its wicked witch war. But as allegiances are tested and a greater evil threatens even the witches of SALEM, the show is making the most of every scary second in its final episodes. Luckily, FANGORIA fans will get a chance to taste the intensity of SALEM’s next chapter in this exclusive clip featuring Lucy Lawless’ remorseless villain, Countess Marburg, as well as Tamzin Merchant’s powerful Anne Hale…

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  • TV Review: “REELSIDE PRESENTS GEORGE A. ROMERO”

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    Now screening on Canadian pay television is REELSIDE , a new 6-part series executive produced by veteran Toronto film critic and journalist Richard Crouse in which key Canadian performers and artists explore the creative mechanisms of their similarly Northern based colleagues. In the first beautifully shot installment, David Cronenberg favorite Sarah Gadon joined forces with Cronenberg’s photographer daughter Caitlin on an art project, and future episodes will see the likes of Seth Rogen and Bruce McDonald also discussing their own processes and struggles to make their voices heard.

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  • Memories of Lee: Tony Timpone Remembers Christopher Lee, Part Three

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    When my personal remembrances of the late Sir Christopher Lee left off last time (see here and here), the actor had just survived the clutches of three obsessed fans who hounded him at his one and only FANGORIA convention appearance. I thought I’d been lucky to meet the genre legend once, but as fate would have it, I would have two more memorable opportunities to hobnob with Lee in the years that followed…

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  • “BIRD BOX” (Book Review)

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    I don’t know what they’re putting in the water in Detroit, but something really strange is going down in that town.

    It’s like some weird time-release hallucinogen is suddenly sluicing a rarified form of dreamlike paranoia and despair deep into its artistic community, provoking work that’s distinctively both subtle and jarring, simultaneously lulling and fucking with us, dragging us slowly but surely to a haunted place we’ve never seen before but instantly recognize in our souls. All in the constant grip of near-unbearable suspense.

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