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  • PHOTOS: FANGORIA’s Times Scare “EVIL DEAD” bash

    On Thursday April 4, FANGORIA and TriStar Pictures took to Times Square’s year-round haunted attraction (appropriately called) Times Scare to kick off the release of the highly anticipated remake of EVIL DEAD. Festivities included low lights and gift bags, booze and macabre décor and star Jane Levy judging a DEAD-centric costume contest. Weren’t able to make it? Get a look at all below.

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    Exclusive: Gillian Anderson talks role on NBC’s “HANNIBAL”

    HANNIBAL, the new NBC series that premiered last night to positive reviews, is about as dark as network TV gets. The series, written by Bryan Fuller and whose pilot was directed by David Slade (HARD CANDY, 30 DAYS OF NIGHT), takes Thomas Harris’ iconic star of book and film, Dr. Hannibal Lecter (here played by Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen) and unfolds his pre-RED DRAGON life over an entire season (if the show does well, maybe a few seasons), aiding FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) as he hunts serial killers while the good doc himself is quietly killing and consuming even more victims.

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    Q&A: “EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL” stars Dylan Smith and Georgina Reilly

    A beauty and a beast are part of the starring ensemble in the horror/comedy EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL (in theaters and on VOD today from Music Box Films’ Doppelgänger Releasing), and both have more shadings than one often finds in such films. They were brought to life by Georgina Reilly and Dylan Smith, both of whom spoke to Fango about their roles.

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    FANGORIA Gives Away a Numbered ZOMBIE Bobble Head

    From one of the greatest horror films of all times comes one of the scariest creatures…in bobble head form! Impact Merchandising just sent over a numbered zombie bobble head from Lucio Fulci’s ZOMBIE! Standing 7 inches tall, this cool creature was designed by Don Howard Studios, and its run is limited to just 1000 pieces. This contest is for number 100 of 1000.

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