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    Set Visit: Charles Band’s “EVIL BONG 420″

    The date of Charles Band’s (PUPPET MASTER) next installment in the EVIL BONG series is a marriage made in heaven with its release date coinciding with the weed-friendly date of  April 20th. Band, a prolific Director/Producer/Writer, has been making his unique brand of horror since the early ‘70s and has a slew of genre films under his belt. FANGORIA jumped at the chance to see this consummate professional at the helm of his next installment of the EVIL BONG franchise.

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    “THE BABADOOK” (Blu-ray Review)

    To some, including this writer, THE BABADOOK was one of the genuine masterpieces of macabre cinema last year, providing a near perfect balance of psychological horror and creature feature. To others, THE BABADOOK was a victim of a loudly whirring hype machine, offering a horror tale whose straightforward scares were disappointing to a fault. In that way, THE BABADOOK has posited itself as a film that there’s very little middle ground towards, and with the film now on Blu-ray from Scream Factory, the rest of the world at large will get a chance to experience THE BABADOOK for themselves, as well as get an insight on how THE BABADOOK came to be.

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    Q&A: Actress Ashley Hinshaw on “THE PYRAMID” and “TRUE DETECTIVE”

    When you hear a title like THE PYRAMID, any horror fans mind will go to the usual suspects: mummies, scarabs and all sorts of ancient Egyptian curses. However, horror fans who checked out last fall’s THE PYRAMID were surprised by a whole different kind of horror, with an experience made even more visceral by a handful of strong performances. Among these performances was Ashley Hinshaw, who adds an emotional dimension and physical commitment to a role that in the hands of others could have been merely another screaming victim-to-be. FANGORIA recently caught up with Hinshaw and talking THE PYRAMID, her horror fandom and her participation in TRUE DETECTIVE’s second season…

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    Stream to Scream: “SCANNERS III: THE TAKEOVER”

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu Collection. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: Christian Duguay’s SCANNERS III: THE TAKEOVER!

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    Event Report: “MADMAN” Q&A at the Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers!

    When it comes to revival screenings, there’s no place quite like the Alamo. Whether it be classics, cult classics or any and every oddity in between, the spirit of the Drafthouse experience brings together a unique and energetic audience like no other cinema can. So when the opportunity rose for this writer to host Vinegar Syndrome’s screening of the 1982 slasher classic MADMAN, complete with a Q&A with the cast and crew of the film, I immediately accepted and prepared myself for what would undoubtedly be one hell of a time.

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    Exclusive Scene: Trippy Horror “HORSEHEAD” Defines, then Redefines, Dream Logic

    For fans of transgressive and trippy psychological horror, there’s few films anticipated as well as HORSEHEAD, Romain Basset’s nightmare into the unknown and the demonic. With the film’s upcoming May 5th release in Canada via horror-friendly Black Fawn Distribution on the horizon, FANGORIA has an exclusive scene from the film to share with our extraordinary fright fans, showcasing a descent into the dark side of lucid dreaming, as well as the brand new poster for the film…

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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 2″ (TV Review)

    For all the brutality and bloodshed on display, this writer sometimes forgets just how fantastical SALEM (and, to be honest, witchcraft in general) can be at times. While the show is very much steeped in horror, the higher concept magic and SFX always seem to immerse this writer deeper into the show’s universe in a way other horror shows seldom can. And doing so, it’s also a reminder that the heightened performances, dream logic and stylistic flourishes are all what make the show so entertaining, especially when matched with strong writing to boot.

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