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    Stream to Scream: “THE CANAL”

    Last year, independent horror was, for the most part, defined by the less-is-more approach of blending psychological horror with supernatural horror. After all, while something popping out of a dark doorway will always be startling, the idea of something beyond our comprehension lurking behind that door is all the more scary. Of course, this approach was used in THE BABADOOK, UNDER THE SKIN, THE TAKING OF DEBORAH LOGAN and more, allowing filmmakers to play with the fantasy and storybook elements behind a horror tale and infuse it into real-world consequences. But where Ivan Kavanaugh’s THE CANAL particularly succeeds is in how visceral the psychological horror can be, offering something much more terrifying and shocking than a sense of nightmarish foreboding.

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    Toys of Terror #52

    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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    New Comments, Info: Lilli Carati’s Swan Song, “VIOLENT SHIT: THE MOVIE”

    The sudden death of Italian actress Lilli Carati, on October, 20th 2014 left all her fans astonished, now orphaned of her talent. One of the most representative icons of Italian ‘70s and ‘80s sex-comedies, Carati also appeared in films of different genres such as SQUADRA ANTIFURTO, alongside Tomas Milian, and LA FINE DEL MONDO NEL NOSTRO SOLITO LETTO IN UNA NOTTE PIENA DI PIOGGIA, directed by Lina Wertmüller.

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    Netflix acquires Patrick Brice’s Blumhouse stalker flick “CREEP”

    One of the more anticipated titles to hit the genre festival circuit in 2014, Patrick Brice’s CREEP has had a strange behind-the-scenes ride on its journey to audiences. Initially acquired by Radius-TWC and later announced to be one of Blumhouse’s BH Tilt titles, CREEP has been laying in wait for quite some time as sequel/trilogy talk and platform discussions continued on. And now, fright fans have their first solid news about the film’s release, as Radius-TWC and Netflix have struck a deal to debut the film via the streaming platform worldwide on Tuesday, July 14th.

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    Lin Shaye Presented Wizard World Comic Con’s “Godmother of Horror” Award

    If you’re one of the FANGO faithful out there, we likely don’t need to tell you how much Lin Shaye kicks ass. She just does, in the warmest, nicest way possible. She’s the comforting face that has graced a career’s worth of horror titles, including A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, BIG ASS SPIDER!, SNAKES ON A PLANE, CRITTERS, THE HIDDEN, NEW NIGHTMARE, CRITTERS 2, AMITYVILLE: A NEW GENERATION, 2001 MANIACS, THE NATURE OF THE BEAST, THE HILLSIDE STRANGLER, HOOD OF HORROR, CHILLERAMA, THE SIGNAL, OUIJA and, of course, the INSIDIOUS franchise. And now, with both INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3 and TALES FROM HALLOWEEN nearing their imminent premieres, Shaye added one more credit to her resume as she was presented Wizard World Comic Con’s “Godmother of Horror” Award.

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    New Trailer: Guillermo del Toro’s “CRIMSON PEAK”

    To be honest, this writer was very underwhelmed by the initial trailer for CRIMSON PEAK; the Nick Cave cover, unfinished CG and melodramatic flair made for a less-than-chilling first impression on this writer. However, any doubts I had with del Toro’s massive and macabre ghost story has been dissipated by the latest trailer, which certainly seems to match its ambition with bloody creepiness. And the incredible scope and design of the production has finally crossed over into immersive territory, allowing del Toro’s Gothic tale to hold the promise of an even more entrancing cinematic experience.

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    “HELLRAISER”/”HELLBOUND” Doc “LEVIATHAN” Now Available for DVD Pre-Order!

    With the recent wave of documentaries in the horror world, some of the darkest corners of the industry have been unearthed, especially in regards to the genre’s most beloved properties. But there’s few shock docs that have caught FANGORIA’s eye more than LEVIATHAN: THE STORY OF HELLRAISER AND HELLRAISER II: HELLBOUND, a comprehensive look at the first two entries of horror’s most depraved franchise. And now, fans of the doc and of HELLRAISER history will be able to ensure that their pleasure comes in the form of a limited edition LEVIATHAN 3-Disc DVD set, which you can now pre-order at their official site.

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    “EXTRATERRESTRIAL” (Blu-ray Review)

    When it comes to the Tribeca-friendly filmmaking duo known as The Vicious Brothers, I have to admit that I’ll always keep a curious eye on their productions. Wherein their projects to date have a fair share of flaws, the GRAVE ENCOUNTERS films both contained an impressive amount of fun and frights to counteract said issues. So when I had learned that The Vicious Brothers would be returning properly with EXTRATERRESTRIAL, which would take them out of their found footage comfort zone with a much more ambitious story altogether, I was excited to see what they could do, despite hearing negative reviews from my colleagues. And with Scream Factory’s release of the IFC Midnight flick, I finally found a good opportunity to catch the film and see for myself what EXTRATERRESTRIAL was all about.

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    Double Take will Unleash the “ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD” Comic Series!

    Kickstarting its way into your undead heart, up-and-coming comic publisher Double Take is crowdfunding a ten series simultaneous release of zombie comics all set in the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD Universe. Collectively known as ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, each series will feature a team of creators who will add their macabre spin on the growing mythos of George Romero’s universe. While several of the series will be featuring the same authors and artists, everyone will be working in collaboration with Double Take’s Bill Jemas.

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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 6″ (TV Review)

    For this writer, there’s no denying it anymore: SALEM is by far the most satisfying horror show on television. Episode by episode, the insane writing, incredible SFX and generally perfect performances combines the individual satisfying aspects that made AMERICAN HORROR STORY, THE WALKING DEAD and BATES MOTEL so successful on their own accord. Yet SALEM has one thing those shows lack, and it’s consistency, infusing their particular brand of horror and shock value storytelling with the organic character development and satisfying reveals of a masterful drama. And even better is SALEM’s refusal to draw a line on the show either: incest, torture and stomach-turning gore have become staples of the second season, served with an unabashed and maniacal grin.

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