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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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    EXCLUSIVE Q&A: Jeffrey Combs on “MOTIVATIONAL GROWTH”

    Best known for his portrayal of the twisted Dr. Herbert West in Stuart Gordon’s classic RE-ANIMATOR, Combs may be one of the best known character actors in horror, but in Don Thacker’s MOTIVATIONAL GROWTH, the actor has not one second of screen time but still manages to steal the show and chew the scenery apart. That’s because Combs’ voice is his contribution to Thacker’s feature about a man who, as his life continues on a downward spiral, begins taking life advice from the mysterious, intelligent mold that has grown in his grimy bathroom.

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    Q&A: “THE END IN ALL BEGINNINGS” Author John F.D. Taff

    Interested in what awaits between the covers of THE BELL WITCH author John F.D. Taff’s fantastic recent novella collection THE END IN ALL BEGINNINGS? Imagine a series of round robin stories penned collaboratively by Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Edgar Allan Poe, Harlan Ellison, and Rod Serling, and you’ll be in the general neighborhood: lush, poetic, ceaselessly imaginative, seriously affecting, multifaceted modern horror fiction. FANGORIA caught up with Taff last week to chat about the dark side of literature, what it takes to be emotionally honest with a blank page, the upside of pain and tragedy, and that “King of Pain” moniker he’s picked up…

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    For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Actor!

    With the Chainsaw Award voting still in session, FANGORIA believes that every nominee deserves a fair shot at the award in question. Yet when it comes to performances, the objective nature of cinema really takes a hold of the voter: fans of one kind of particular horror may disregard a contender altogether if they believe their project to be not their “type of horror.” Nevertheless, FANGORIA wants to shine a light on these nominees to give voters a better understanding of what makes their performances stand out within the genre this year.

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    “CANNIBAL!: THE MUSICAL LIVE!” (Stage Show Review)

    Here’s a confession: this writer isn’t exactly enamored with the overly-referential satire found in Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s long-running cartoon SOUTH PARK, nor by the crass, classless humor that titillated BOOK OF MORMON’s Broadway audiences. There is, obviously, no shortage of admirers out there eager to chow down on another helping of Parker’s brand of laughs, so take the preceding as context for the following review.

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