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  • “HOUSE OF PENANCE #1” (Comic Book Review)

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    The Winchester Mansion is considered to be one of the strangest, if not most haunted, house in North America. Located in San Jose, California, it was built by the widow of the William Winchester, an heir to the Winchester gun fortune and was meant to give the spirits of the victims shot down by the guns a home. But it’s no mere mansion: Sarah Winchester’s immense wealth allowed for an almost maze like building to be built around the clock for years, with staircases that led to nowhere, rooms that no one could get into, and doors that opened into walls or sometimes, onto a three story drop. There were, of course, standard rooms and at least one working toilet (among 20 bathrooms) because how else was she supposed to escape the spirits that haunted her in her sleep?

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Joe & Pat crawl through “Sloth” on “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL”!

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    Folks, face it: we’re all guilty of the sin of “Sloth.” Sure, we put in effort when we the cards are on the table, but with the stress of everyday life and general anxiety, cutting corners and taking breaks are as regular as sleeping and breathing in our regular routine. And so it’s no surprise that Joe and Pat will be taking on “Sloth” on this week’s WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL!

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  • Exclusive: “HOLIDAYS” Director Gary Shore on Charlie Cox’s Excised “DRACULA UNTOLD” Role!

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    Over the past two years, the name “Charlie Cox” has gone from up-and-coming leading man to full-blown household name, having played the title character in Marvel & Netflix’s immensely popular DAREDEVIL series as well as one of the more memorable turns on BOARDWALK EMPIRE.  However, while Cox has yet to take a genre credit to his name, there was one time where he almost was a part of a major studio horror effort: Gary Shore’s DRACULA UNTOLD, where Cox was slated to play a vampiric version of the Roman Emperor Caligula before the role was left on the cutting room floor. While talking to FANGORIA about HOLIDAYS prior to its world premiere at Tribeca Film Festival last night, Shore revealed Cox’s involvement in DRACULA UNTOLD, and how the film’s inclusion in the Universal Monsters Universe shifted the narrative…

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  • “RINGS” To Usher In New Halloween Release Staple?

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    As those keeping their eyes on the trades well know, CinemaCon in Las Vegas is currently shaking up the industry with breaking news at a breakneck pace. While most of the horror news at CinemaCon has been somewhat old hat with the most excitement surrounding footage shown from THE CONJURING 2, one interesting update comes in the form of the long-gestating reboot RINGS, the first U.S. production in the J-Horror franchise over a decade from filmmaker F. Javier Gutierrez, which hints that Paramount may be doubling down on the film’s future.

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  • Found Footage… For Real: Nine Inch Nail’s “BROKEN” Short Film!

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    For over twenty years, Peter Christopherson’s BROKEN has been an eerie- and, for the most part, elusive- piece of rock ‘n’ roll history. Part music video, Part horror art film, this NSFW companion piece to Nine Inch Nail’s BROKEN EP has never had an official release, and to this day even remains somewhat of a difficult find on the internet (at least via legal means). Yet when one does find the 20-minute film, and has the stomach to sit through it all, it’s safe to say that the end result is something shocking, scary and simply unforgettable.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Revive “CARRIE”!

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    Last week, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW kicked off their fourth month of 2016 with Fred Dekker’s NIGHT OF THE CREEPS, a bona fide cult classic that also ushered in TGITBR’s macabre new artwork. Yet for the second installment of their “Dance Until You Die” series, Kate & Tab switch gears to ask the very first Stephen King feature film adaptation to the prom. That’s right: with Kate previously having never seen this classic chiller, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW are going to delve into Brian de Palma’s seminal ‘70s scare flick, CARRIE!

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