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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “MONSTER PARTY” & Actor Greg Travis Investigate Horror/Crime Hybrids!

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    It’s no surprise that, with the dark subject matter that awaits both genres, the world of horror/sci-fi and crime fiction have intersected many, many times. Searching for monsters both literal and figurative, tales of detectives and crimefighters in horror have packed a punch in some of the genre’s most memorable and divisive offerings. So with gumshoes and ghouls on the mind, this week’s MONSTER PARTY teams with actor/comedian Greg Travis (STARSHIP TROOPERS, WATCHMEN) to investigate the subject of horror & sci-fi detectives!

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  • Exclusive Entertainment Earth Giveaway: Win A Universal Monsters Prize Pack!

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    Seven weeks ago, FANGORIA surprised our readership with announcement of our partnership with the exceptional online marketplace Entertainment Earth to provide weekly giveaways of chilling collectibles. And with the sun setting on our latest contest, FANGO and EE have our next gruesome giveaway all ready for your petrifying participation!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horror Icons of the New Millennium!

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    If there’s any common complaint this writer sees from the horror community at large, it’s that they just don’t make ‘em as they used to. Indeed, from SFX to production value, the horror game has certainly changed since the new millennium began sixteen years ago. However, that doesn’t mean the horror genre hasn’t produced some iconic characters in the past decade-and-a-half, and so for this week’s Dreadful Ten, FANGORIA is ranking our top 10 Horror Icons of the new millennium!

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  • “DISTURBING BEHAVIOR” (Blu-ray Review)

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    While the ‘90s might be known as a (undeservedly) derided era in the genre’s history, there’s no denying just how odd the ‘90s were in retrospect. Of all the horror films that are indicative of the style and execution of ‘90s horror, few genre flicks painted ‘90s pop culture better than David Nutter’s DISTURBING BEHAVIOR. And as a film that’s certainly gained traction as of late thanks to Netflix and, now, Scream Factory’s Blu-ray release, it’s certainly going to be interesting to see how DISTURBING BEHAVIOR plays among a new generation of fright fans.

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  • Mickey Keating’s “PSYCHOPATHS” Details It’s Devils

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    With his film CARNAGE PARK just acquired by IFC Midnight and his previous effort DARLING currently set for limited release next week, Mickey Keating is neck deep in his most recent production, serial killer fever dream PSYCHOPATHS. And with a eerie ensemble that includes the likes of Angela Trimbur (THE FINAL GIRLS), Jeremy Gardner (THE BATTERY), Graham Skipper (ALMOST HUMAN), Helen Rogers (V/H/S), Matt Mercer (CONTRACTED), former FANGO staffer Sam Zimmerman and his CARNAGE PARK leads Ashley Bell, James Landry Hebert and Larry Fessenden, our fiendish friends at We Got This Covered have the latest word on exactly what wicked roles they’ll be inhabiting in Keating’s PSYCHOPATHS.

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  • Stream to Scream: “CIRCLE”

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    The subgenre of “Sci-fi Thriller” is a very tricky line to toe when it comes to its bleedover appeal with fright fans. On one hand, there are Sci-fi Thrillers that are not very attached to the horror genre whatsoever; films like SOURCE CODE, LOOPER and LOGAN’S RUN may have scary elements, but are much more preoccupied with exploring the “science” aspects of “science fiction.” However, on the other hand, there are plenty of Sci-fi Thrillers that explicitly explore their dark side, firmly planting a foot in the horror genre, such as CUBE, THE TERMINATOR and, most recently, CIRCLE.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Pays Tribute to The Grand Guignol!

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    The history of the horror genre is always fun to trace, whether it be in macabre mythology, frightful fiction or the petrifying paintings of old. Yet for many, horror really found its footing as a genre at the Grand Guignol, the French stage show that created terrifying theater unlike any before. With research, original scripts, a “Theater Macabre” performance and more, THE RANTS MACABRE get entranced this week in the wicked world of Grand Guignol!

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  • “BATES MOTEL: Season 4, Episodes 1 & 2” (TV Review)

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    Season 4 of BATES MOTEL starts with Sheriff Romero taking a good hard look at what his life has become. Sitting in a small boat in the middle of the Ocean, he watches all the evidence of Bob Paris’ murder sink before his eyes. The metaphoric irony is not lost on him but he continues to run- well, in this case, paddle away- from his problems. Meanwhile, when we first see Norman, waking up dirty and disoriented in the middle of nowhere, it really hit me how far Norman has gone. There seems to be barely anything left of the Norman that we got to know in the beginning of the series; the Norman that tried his hardest to fight his demons because he just wanted to experience life as a normal teenager.

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