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    Q&A: Tom Woodruff Jr. talks “HARBINGER DOWN” and Practical FX

    Though you may not recognize his face, you would most certainly recognize the work of legendary FX artist and creature performer Tom Woodruff Jr. A protege of Stan Winston and the head of practical FX house StudioADI, Woodruff has been Pumpkinhead, a Xenomorph, Gillman and more gorillas than you can count, all the while crafting movie magic behind the camera as well. But rarely has a project been as personal to Woodruff than HARBINGER DOWN, a practical FX-driven creature feature produced by StudioADI and starring Woodruff’s ALIENS collaborator, Lance Henriksen. With the film hitting select theaters soon, FANGORIA caught up with Woodruff  to talk about HARBINGER DOWN, the revival of practical FX and pulling it all off on a Kickstarter budget…

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: The 5 Essential “MONSTER PARTY” Episodes!

    While the horror community should be no stranger to the world of podcasts, especially with the likes of KILLER POV and THE MOVIE CRYPT slashing their way into our ears every week. But for some, podcasting is still unchartered territory, and horror fans who aren’t in-the-know may have a difficult time finding an organic entry point into the free audio entertainment. So with that in mind, FANGORIA reached out to the hosts of our Podcast Network’s own MONSTER PARTY, and we’ve compiled the top five episodes for unfamiliar fright fans to get a taste of the conversational horror/sci-fi podcast…

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    Toys of Terror #62

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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    Glass Doll Films Releases Grindhouse Classics “BONNIE’S KIDS”, “THE CENTERFOLD GIRLS” to Australian Blu-ray

    As most fans of the macabre know, the horror and exploitation genres have often walked hand-in-hand as entertainment normally reserved for the deviants and disturbed. However, the renaissance of both genres over the past decade has truly shined a new light on some of the exceptional work among the seedy unbelly of cinema, and now, thats to the Australian-based Glass Doll Films, two of the most renowned grindhouse flicks are coming to high definition with plenty of exclusive extras: Arthur Marks’ BONNIE’S KIDS and John Peyser’s THE CENTERFOLD GIRLS!

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune in to the New “BLOOD LUST”, with Special Guest Joe DeRosa!

    While some may recognize Bailey Jay from her reputable and prolific career in the world of porn or her extremely popular comedy podcast THE BAILEY JAY SHOW, Jay’s insatiable appetite for fright has left a mark on the world of horror podcast with her podcast, BLOOD LUST. With her passion for the petrifying, Jay worships at the altar of horror past, including the likes of Vincent Price, H.G. Lewis and THE MUNSTERS. But like most horror fans, her search for thrilling tales of terror has sent her into the world of streaming, and with that in mind, Jay brings about fellow FANGORIA Podcast Network host Joe DeRosa onto this week’s BLOOD LUST!

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    FANTASTICA Presents: Law and Horror

    You’ve seen it before, you’ll see it again and you’ll see it coming from a mile away. It’s one of the most familiar plot devices in horror history: a family (or a married couple) will have just come in contact with some sort of malevolent force, and now, one of their own is injured or missing at the hands of said evil. Suddenly, someone grabs a phone, and without fail, someone will ask them who they’re calling. “We need to call the cops,” they’ll scream, exhausted and desperate by the ordeal. Suddenly, the phone is taken out of their hands by their loved one, who looks at them and spouts out a variation on the same line: “What are we going to tell them? _____ did this to our home? What will they think?” And with that simple line, the family (or couple) must turn to an outside source- often times an eccentric-type- to help them save their child and their lives.

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    “DEATHGASM” (Fantasia Movie Review)

    The metalhead helped make the horror genre strong. That Manpower LP cover with devil ladies and lightning, a parental nightmare during the Satanic Panic hysteria, and the power harnessed by rolling the die as a Chaotic Neutral Dwarf that would annihilate your enemies: This spirit existed in horror cinema’s heyday, meaning the ’80s. The real stuff. Denim warriors. Studs.

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    “SCREAM: THE TV SERIES: Season 1, Episode 3″ (TV Review)

    Although my prediction about the format was correct, SCREAM has finally been elevated in episode three, “Wanna Play a Game?”. The opening kill brings us back to a murder from the past, a scene from the notorious mid-’90s Brandon James murders. And to get catch up for tonight’s episode, this is who we’ve got in our SCREAM: THE TV SERIES clique of victims and suspects:

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    Crossing Over: “THE ANDY DALY PODCAST PILOT PROJECT”

    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, our newest column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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    “BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA #13″ (Comic Book Review)

    BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA has been a staple of the cult genre since its commercial failing in 1986. Though considered a movie flop during its initial release, it was, in reality, taking its first baby steps into the heart of American kitsch culture. Even now, almost thirty years later, BTILC mania is still going strong and has not only become a favorite initiation watch for burgeoning Carpenter fans, but is even bringing in new fans thanks to BOOM! Studios comic series. An all-original work, the BTILC comic is currently on its unlucky 13th issue and boasts a new creative team and a new storyline for fans who have been wanting to read the series but are not sure where to start.

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