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    Fantasia 2014 exclusive: Photos and director comments on “ZOMBIE TV”

    Undoubtedly, when George A. Romero dished up the first modern zombie film, the last thing he expected was for its premise to spread around the world like an unchecked pandemic. One nation hit hard recently has been Japan, where undead films are on the rise, and one of the latest and certainly the most twisted is ZOMBIE TV, an omnibus of living-dead stories making its Canadian premiere this Saturday, July 19 at Montreal’s Fantasia festival.

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    Q&A: Star Frank Grillo and Writer/Director James DeMonaco Talk “THE PURGE: ANARCHY” and Future Purges

    In THE PURGE: ANARCHY, opening today from Universal, writer/director James DeMonaco expands the scope of his previous hit and takes the murderous action to the streets of LA. Leading the group trying to survive the night when all crime is legal is Leo, played by Frank Grillo, who joined DeMonaco to discuss the sequel with FANGORIA.

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  • Jack Black On “GOOSEBUMPS” Film, Playing R.L. Stine

    For just over twenty years now, the GOOSEBUMPS series of novels has been a gateway to horror for children (it certainly had an effect on me), and though adapted into a television series in 1995, it’s surprising it’s taken this long to reach the big screen. Finally making its way in 2015, GOOSEBUMPS will arrive in a monster mash that refuses to use one story as inspiration. Instead, Jack Black will play GOOSEBUMPS author R.L. Stine, who must contend with all of his creepy creations come to life. 

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    Toys of Terror #15

    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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  • Ana Lily Amirpour Talks “A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE…” Follow-up, “THE BAD BATCH”

    Writer-director Ana Lily Amirpour has crafted one of the most exciting debuts of the year. Her self-proclaimed Iranian Vampire Western A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT is a cool customer of a horror story that’s atmospheric, eerie, swooning and unique. It deservedly won over audiences at Sundance and New Directors/New Films, and when Kino and VICE distribute this fall, will similarly have audiences looking forward to where she goes from here. Apparently, it’s Texas.

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    Q&A: Comics Great Stan Lee on Marvel Horrors & More

    When most people hear the word “comic books,” Stan Lee is likely the first person to enter their minds. A staple of the comic industry for an astounding 75 years, he’s credited for establishing the legitimacy of comics as popular entertainment while creating some of the most iconic characters and teams to ever grace pop culture. Though he is better known for his superhero work, Stan Lee has also had a considerable influence on horror comics as well, thanks to his myriad Steve Ditko-illustrated, often surreal contributions to the likes of STRANGE TALES, TALES OF SUSPENSE and TALES TO ASTONISH and early work in MYSTIC and MENACE. What’s more, he was one of the first creators to add human morality to the creatures that go bump in the night. His desire to create interesting stories and relatable characters helped power what we know as horror today.

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