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    Stanley Film Festival ’15: Visionary Award Winner, Panels, 3D Experience Announced

    For those keeping tabs here at FANGORIA.com, the Stanley Film Festival is one of 2015’s most exciting genre experiences of the year. Blending interactive events, alternate reality games, and a horror-centric film festival, Stanley Film Festival has given fright fans more than enough incentive to check out the supposedly haunted hotel (which served as the inspiration for THE SHINING). Yet it turns out SFF 2015 has a few more surprises up their sleeve, as they announced yesterday the recipient of their annual Visionary Award as well as the full line-up of panels and interactive experiences.

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  • Q&A: Director Tom Harper talks “THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2”

    As any horror fan knows, Hammer is often considered the gold standard for vintage horror, implementing just the right amount of class, elegance, environment and imagination to old school scare fare. And with their recent revival, those aesthetics have been adapting to the times, adding a more visceral and creepy edge to horror stories that still hold a high regard for performance and scope that was executed perfectly with 2012’s THE WOMAN IN BLACK. Of course, those expectations remained with the sequel, THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2: ANGEL OF DEATH, which ushered in a deeper and darker look at the mythology of it’s titular terror. FANGORIA recently spoke to THE WOMAN IN BLACK 2’s director Tom Harper to talk about living up to the legacy of the first film, the 1983 novella and his own cinematic voice…

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    Q&A: Director Gregory Levasseur goes inside “THE PYRAMID”

    It’s always an interesting experience when a prolific producer makes their way to the director’s chair. For film fans, that leap provides a more personal look at the whispering voices behind numerous great productions, offering a new directorial voice via a familiar sensibility. And in the horror genre, this dynamic is even more interesting as fright fans have a chance to explore what these producers really find scary.

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    Event Report: Rare, Uncut 35mm Screening of “HARDWARE” at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers!

    With the recent release of LOST SOUL, the documentary about troubled production behind 1996’s THE ISLAND OF DOCTOR MOREAU, the interest in the work of director Richard Stanley has experienced a revival among the genre community. And with said renewed interest are coming new opportunities to experience said work, including an impending Blu-ray rerelease of DUSTDEVILS and more projects on the horizon. But FANGORIA recently had the chance to experience one of Stanley’s most beloved works, HARDWARE, in a way very few U.S. audiences have as the Alamo Drafthouse in Yonkers presented a rare, uncut 35mm print of the film on the big screen!

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    Stanley Film Festival ’15: An Exclusive Q&A with SFF Programmer Landon Zakheim, Part Three

    As horror fans from around the globe know, there’s no horror-centric festival that has risen to prominence as quickly and loudly as the Stanley Film Festival. Taking place at the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, the festival became one of the most buzzed about experiences for horror fans in recent times, adding a level of interactivity and immersion on top of a diverse and terrifying film slate. And since FANGORIA will be taking Stanley by storm this upcoming April, we recently chatted with Director of Programming Landon Zakheim in a massive, three-part dialogue about the one-of-a-kind haunted hotel and the only film festival that takes the horror beyond the big screen…

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    Stream to Scream: “EDDIE: THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL”

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu Collection. To give you a better idea of what’s available, FANGORIA is taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with Stream to Scream. Today: Boris Rodriguez’s EDDIE: THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL!

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    “SALEM: Season 2, Episode 3” (TV Review)

    With the third episode in the second season of SALEM, the narrative of the series is now running full steam ahead, with character development jumping leaps and bounds in directions we may not have necessarily expected. Such boldness is nothing new for the horror series, which often revels in unpredictability and misdirection, but rarely does a TV series add subversion on so many layers as the show begins to mix it’s trademark brand of edgy melodrama with in-story politics. And while those dynamics definitely make this episode, entitled “From Within,” a less action-packed affair than the previous two episodes, it certainly is equally as compelling.

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  • Caption Contest Results: 04/13 – 04/17

    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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    Fright Night Theatre and FANGORIA to Present Canadian Premiere of “CIRCUS OF THE DEAD”

    Are you afraid of clowns? You should be, especially if you ran into the deranged likes of those in Billy Pon’s killer clown flick CIRCUS OF THE DEAD. And now, the Great White North will get an opportunity to get the full CIRCUS OF THE DEAD experience as FANGORIA and Fright Night Theatre are to host the film’s Canadian Premiere next month!

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    Exclusive Report: On The Set of John Carpenter’s “LOST THEMES” Video, ‘Night’

    It’s been amazing as a life long John Carpenter fan to witness the Renaissance for the man himself and for all of his work in these last few years. On the movie front, Scream Factory has been doing a pretty stellar job restoring and re-releasing some of his most notable genre titles on Blu-Ray. Meanwhile, the fine folks over at Death Waltz Recordings have been focusing on vinyl releases of his scores. And whereas sometimes it’s taken as long as a decade for cinema goers to truly appreciate his films, it seems his music has always been universally celebrated.

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