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  • “HIDDEN: ON THE TRAIL OF THE ANCIENTS” (Video Game Review)

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    Growing up, this writer was always a fan of point-and-click games within the genre, as they always happened to effectively mix horror aesthetics, suspenseful atmosphere and mystery gameplay all in one neat package. Therefore, when a contemporary point-and-click game like HIDDEN: ON THE TRAIL OF THE ANCIENTS comes along, it’s always a fun experience to relive that immersive horror gaming experience, especially when it requires as much interaction and puzzle-solving skills as it does a basic threshold for more unsettling horror moments. Factor in HIDDEN’s fantastic use of the Lovecraft mythos- even capturing cadence of the writer’s voice in their own clues- and horror fans might just find a new favorite genre gaming property here.

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  • “THE DISCIPLINE” (Comic Book Review)

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    Writer Peter Milligan has always been known to push the boundaries. A participant of the late ‘80s-early ‘90s DC Comics British Invasion scene, he has carved himself out a small but impressive niche alongside comic giants Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Garth Ennis, and Grant Morrison. Though he’s primarily known for his runs on DC/Vertigo title, he has stepped out to lend his talent to other publishers and, with THE DISCIPLINE, has landed on Image Comics doorstep. If the title sounds a bit sexy, that’s because it is, but toss all notions of Fifty Shades aside. Closer to an erotic horror than a horror you find in your moms erotic underwear drawer, THE DISCIPLINE explores the connections between sex, magic, and the madness that lies in between them.

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  • Greg McLean’s Blumhouse Haunter “THE DARKNESS” Unleashes First Trailer

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    If 2015 was the year in which Blumhouse gunned for theatrical horror dominance, 2016 certainly appears to show the production house coming out of the gate with a less risky gameplan. With three films already hitting the VOD circuit and marketing just launching for THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR, Blumhouse followed up yesterday with the trailer for THE DARKNESS (formerly known as 6 MIRANDA DRIVE), the latest film released under their BH Tilt platform via High Top Releasing akin to THE GREEN INFERNO.

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  • Contest: Win A Signed “MARTYRS” (2016) Blu-ray!

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    Now that the U.S. remake of Pascal Laugier’s MARTYRS has shocked and polarized horror hounds from its bout in theaters and on VOD, the brutal fright flick is now creeping onto DVD/Blu-ray from Anchor Bay Entertainment. However, one lucky FANGORIA reader will have an extra special Blu-ray of the film that’s worth the pain, as we’re giving away a copy of MARTYRS signed by stars Bailey Noble and Troian Bellisario !

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Meet “MAY”!

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    As February carries on, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW are continuing their eerie series “Love Kills,” discussing the most lurid and emotional horror romances from throughout horror history. Simultaneously, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW celebrate Women in Horror Month with these discussions as well, highlighting the performances and contributions that help redefine the genre from women across the globe. And for their second installment, Kate & Tab set their sights on Lucky McKee’s wicked and acclaimed love story, MAY!

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  • “PIECES” (Blu-ray Review)

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    PIECES was the first “No one under 17 admitted” movie I ever saw back in my burgeoning horror-lovin’ youth without an older friend to help me through the doors. The additional sign over the box office reading, “If you’re not 17, you’re not getting in!” didn’t stop my friend and I—neither one of us close to that magic age—from achieving access.

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  • Q&A: Love Beyond Death With the Creators of “NINA FOREVER”

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    Directing/writing duo Chris and Ben Blaine and actress Abigail Hardingham are out to pull heartstrings for Valentine’s Day with NINA FOREVER, about a ghost that just won’t let go. The trio talked to FANGORIA about this horrific and darkly comedic exploration of grief, and what would happen if a deceased loved one could not let go.

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