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    Neill Blomkamp to Direct Next “ALIEN” Sequel, “PROMETHEUS 2″ to Follow

    So, if you’re an ALIEN fan, you probably remember STARLOG‘s report earlier this year when DISTRICT 9 director Neill Blomkamp blew everyone’s minds with a bunch of seemingly independently produced ALIEN concept art and sculpts. The art promised a ton of incredibly cool and intriguing concepts, including the impossible return of Corporal Hicks, Ripley in a bio-mechanic Xenomorph suit and a Queen Alien let loose in what appeared to be a manmade environment. Yet in showing the art, Blomkamp did so with a defeated indifference, crushing the hopes that fans might see these concepts come to fruition… until now.

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    Q&A: Matthew Modine Talks His First Horror Experience in “ALTAR”

    In his long career, Matthew Modine has starred in practically every kind of movie—but ALTAR, in which he plays a father falling under the evil influence of his family’s new home, is the actor’s first horror feature. FANGORIA got a chance to query him about the film, just out on DVD and digital from Cinedigm and Great Point Media.

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    “FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND” (Comic Book Review)

    It’s tough to be Frankenstein’s monster. When you’re not being hunted, shot at, or chased out of town by a horde of angry, fire-wielding villagers, you’re accidently killing everything you love. But, thanks to his seemingly immortal life (and license-free image) horror fans are treated to new tales and re-imaginings of his sordid existence by everyone from movie directors to comic creators. Once again, we are presented with the further adventures of the hulking figure via Mike Mignola’s endless imagination, which puts Frankenstein’s monster deep into the jungles of Mexico. Forgoing blood and violence for a more philosophical approach to the creature, FRANKENSTEIN UNDERGROUND explores how deep human fear can go.

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    Women in Horror Month: Gale Anne Hurd, the Harbinger of Mainstream Horror

    While February is primarily considered to the Black History Month, genre fans have also adopted the month for another cause: Women in Horror Month, recognizing and celebrating the often underappreciated women who help make the genre what it is today. While by no means demeaning the work of men within the genre, Women in Horror Month asks horror fans to turn their eyes beyond just the scream queens and final girls, but rather to the hard-working women who struggle to make great work specifically for the genre they love. Therefore, FANGORIA is celebrating Women in Horror Month by shining a light on some of the most instrumental women to the development of horror as we know it…

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    NY! Argento, Bava and more 35mm “Giallo Fever” coming to Anthology Film Archives

    A few years back, New York City’s Anthology Film Archives offered the rare opportunity to see a bunch of classic Italian horror/thrillers on the big screen, and now more films by Dario Argento (including CREEPERS/PHENOMENA, the cover story of this month’s FANGORIA #340), Mario Bava, Lucio Fulci and others are set to play there in 35mm.

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    LA! FANGORIA to Host FREE Screening of “THE INTRUDERS”, with Star Miranda Cosgrove in Attendance!

    FANGORIA will host a free screening of Sony’s new psychological thriller THE INTRUDERS on Tuesday, February 24 (next week) at Los Angeles’ Landmark Theater (Westside Pavilion Mall, 10850 West Pico Boulevard; phone: [310] 470-0492.) The show starts at 7:30 p.m. and will be hosted by lead actress Miranda Cosgrove (SCHOOL OF ROCK, iCARLY, DESPICABLE ME franchise)! Directed by Adam Massey, the Jason Juravic-scripted film co-stars Donal Logue (BLADE, GOTHAM), Austin (ARROW, THE BLING RING) Butler and Tom Sizemore (THE RELIC, NATURAL BORN KILLERS) in a gripping supernatural mystery that will keep FANGORIA fans guessing until the very end.

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    Watch Now: Daniel Romero’s Terrifying Short “DON’T LOOK THERE” (No Mires Ahí)

    One of the boons of filmmaking becoming more accessible than ever is the amount of imaginative genre shorts from around the world. Horror that was once limited to the confines of film festivals and, if you were lucky, production offices, have found a home online where they can reach audiences who may never had initially given them a chance. And today, FANGORIA has another short by the way of our friends at Spanish Fear: Daniel Romero’s genuinely scary ghost story DON’T LOOK THERE!

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