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  • NYC! Catch “IT FOLLOWS” at FANGORIA’s Free Screening on March 9th!

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    It’s coming for you! FANGORIA will be hosting a free screening of IT FOLLOWS—the year’s most critically-praised fright film thus far—in New York City on Monday, March 9 at 7 p.m. This special showing will be held at the Cinema Village  (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Directed and written by David Robert Mitchell, the artful psychosexual chiller took the Cannes, Toronto, Fantastic Fest, AFI and Sundance film festivals by storm. IT FOLLOWS stars THE GUEST’s Maika Monroe, DARK SUMMER’s Keir Gilchrist, BENEATH’s Daniel Zovatto, ALTITUDE’s Jake Weary, Olivia Luccardi and Lili Sepe.

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  • Exclusive: Take the Interactive DEAD RIGHT HORROR TRIVIA Quiz Now!

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    Last Thursday, FANGORIA hosted another Dead Right Horror Trivia Event at Jumpcut Café in Los Angeles, California. FANGO’s Rebekah McKendry was joined by the prior winning team, Zombie Redneck Torture Family featuring Brian Collins, Garo Setian, Sean Keller, Mike Williamson and Jared Rivet, to sling mind-melting horror trivia at some of the industry’s leading experts.  Eight rounds later, the team “Legend of Boggy Creek” (pictured below) became the victors.
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  • “DEAR GOD, NO!” director goes 35mm for “FRANKENSTEIN CREATED BIKERS”

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    Filmmaker and GOREZONE contributor James Bickert has just tipped us off that he unearthed 20,000 feet of unexposed Kodak Vision 3 film stock leftover and carefully stored from a major Hollywood production. Because of this find, Bickert and his Big World Pictures have opted to shoot their forthcoming DEAR GOD, NO! (which was shot in Super 16mm) sequel, FRANKENSTEIN CREATED BIKERS using Arri cameras and Zeiss lenses in glorious 35mm!

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  • Exclusive Clip: Adam Massey’s “THE INTRUDERS,” Screening in L.A. Via FANGORIA Tomorrow!

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    West Coast FANGORIA Fans! Lend us your eyes! You’ve likely been following FANGORIA’s upcoming screening of Adam Massey’s THE INTRUDERS, which sports a cast that includes Miranda Cosgrove, Donal Logue, Austin Butler and Tom Sizemore. And with little over 24 hours before the screening, FANGORIA has another exclusive clip highlighting a scarier sequence from the film…

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  • Exclusive Trailer, First Stills: Ryan M. Andrews’ “SAVE YOURSELF”

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    FANGORIA fans may remember fright filmmaker Ryan M. Andrews from his last excursion into the eerie, the indie zombie flick SICK: SURVIVE THE NIGHT. Now, Andrews is back behind the director’s chair once more, delivering a new kind of horror with SAVE YOURSELF, boasting a cast that include burgeoning Canadian scream queens Tristan Risk (AMERICAN MARY), Jessica Cameron (TRUTH OR DARE) and Sydney Kondruss (THE DROWNSMAN).

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  • For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Supporting Actor in a TV Series!

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    With the Chainsaw Award voting still in session, FANGORIA believes that every nominee deserves a fair shot at the award in question. Yet when it comes to performances, the objective nature of cinema really takes a hold of the voter: fans of one kind of particular horror may disregard a contender altogether if they believe their project to be not their “type of horror.” Nevertheless, FANGORIA wants to shine a light on these nominees to give voters a better understanding of what makes their performances stand out within the genre this year.

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  • “DIGGING UP THE MARROW” (Film Review)

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    To the horror community, Adam Green is a lot of things. To some, Green is a filmmaker, one who has found success and proven his versatility in a variety of horror subgenres. To others, Green is a personality among the genre, one whose enthusiasm for horror rivals that of his biggest fans and has parlayed said passion into a podcast, a sitcom and many convention appearances. But in his latest film, DIGGING UP THE MARROW, Green presents himself in a new light, offering a version of himself as both a documentarian and an amateur monster hunter at the risk of his own career. And while one might be able to criticize Green’s ability to carry a film as a leading man, even as himself, the monster hunting aspect isn’t even the most unbelievable aspect of MARROW; that would be Green’s portrayal of himself as professionally self-destructive, especially at the cost of his own passion project.

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