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  • Exclusive Trailer: Cary Elwes Returns to Horror in “A HAUNTING IN CAWDOR”!

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    While he made a name for himself in films such as THE PRINCESS BRIDE and HOT SHOTS!, Cary Elwes has had a foot in the horror genre ever since 1985’s THE BRIDE, with memorable turns in BRAM STOKER’S DRACULA, SAW, SHADOW OF THE VAMPIRE, THE X-FILES and more. Now, Elwes is going to lead another horror property, heading up the ensemble of the new fright title A HAUNTING IN CAWDOR, and FANGORIA has the exclusive trailer for the flick below!

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  • “THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR” Debuts First Terrifying Trailer

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    After the massive financial success of THE PURGE and THE PURGE: ANARCHY, it was a no-brainer on that a third installment of the franchise was on the way. Yet considering how divisive the fright films have been, one would hope that the returning presence of Frank Grillo would help reassure genre audiences that the third time would be the charm. Now horror hounds can judge for themselves with the release of the latest trailer for the third PURGE film, formally entitled THE PURGE: ELECTION YEAR.

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  • Toys of Terror #89

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    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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  • For Your Consideration: The 2016 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best TV Supporting Actress!

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    With voting season now open on the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards, fans are putting their minds at work to select their favorites out of every potential nominee. When it came to Best TV Supporting Actress, the pool of potential contenders was as crowded as ever, with THE WALKING DEAD’s Melissa McBride, AMERICAN HORROR STORY’s Sarah Paulson, HANNIBAL’s Katharine Isabelle and Tamzin Merchant from SALEM all almost making the cut. Hell, Lucy Lawless almost went up against herself for her contributions on ASH VS. EVIL DEAD as well! Yet with the amount of nominations limited to five spots, FANGORIA had to go with our gut to select the best and the brightest of 2015.

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  • Johnny Depp joins Universal Monster Universe as “THE INVISIBLE MAN”

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    That’s right, dead-heads: Johnny Depp is lining up to join Tom Cruise and Sofia Boutella in the upcoming Universal Monster Cinematic Universe as Dr. Jack Griffin in the remake of THE INVISIBLE MAN. The news, breaking earlier tonight via Deadline, confirms just how quickly Universal is planning on bringing these interconnected monster movies to life. The move, ushered by the Monsterverse mastermind Alex Kurtzman and producer Chris Morgan, is yet another indicator at the pedigree Universal is aiming for with the films, going hand-in-hand with other A-listers whose names have been rumored to be attached. Yet this news is quite interesting in that Universal is clearly making THE INVISIBLE MAN a priority for the series above its more popular counterparts.

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  • Will “SAW: LEGACY” Bring Back Torture Porn For A New Generation?

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    Yesterday, news broke from The Tracking Board that the SAW franchise would be returning, with writers Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger (of SORORITY ROW and PIRANHA 3D notoreity) penning the film for returning executive producers James Wan and Leigh Whannell. Although my interest was piqued by the report, this writer was a bit hesitant to jump the gun on any announcement, as no major trade site had confirmed (or even reported) the news, Lionsgate had not publicly confirmed and there was no public comment from anyone involved. Yet after doing some slight digging and a curious lack of denials, it became clear that the report was (at least mostly) accurate, and that the studio is looking to get back into the SAW business with a reboot entitled SAW: LEGACY.

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  • Five Retro Horror Video Games That Inspired Author Adam Cesare’s “ZERO LIVES REMAINING”

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    TRIBESMEN/VIDEO NIGHT author Adam Cesare saw his raucous, sometimes hilarious, frequently unsettling haunted-arcade novella ZERO LIVES REMAINING hit paperback and e-book last week. So it seemed an appropriate occasion to hit Cesare up for a list of vintage video games that influenced this literary mayhem.

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  • Stream to Scream: “WHISPERS BEHIND THE WALL”

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    Listed as one of FANGO’s top films we’d hope you’d see in 2016, this writer was pleasantly surprised by the addition of Grzegorz Muskala’s WHISPERS BEHIND THE WALL to Hulu this week. Considering the film’s provocative erotic subject matter and domestic thriller elements, the fact that the film is deservedly making it’s way to U.S. audiences is a testament to indie distributors that are at least making some effort to bring titles without foreign stars or edge-of-your-seat action stateside. And, for admittedly selfish reasons, it will be good to see WHISPERS BEHIND THE WALL’s cult audience grow, as its increased accessibility will finally allow this writer to share beyond basic spoiler-free discussions about this engaging psychodrama with other fright fans.

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  • “THE X-FILES: Season 10, Episode 4” (TV Review)

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    After putting together an out-and-out contemporary classic with “Scully and Mulder meet the Were-Monster,” one might have imagined that the next installment of THE X-FILES would have a tough time reaching that high bar. Yet to be perfectly honest, one could assume that no one expected “Home Again” to be a busy, unfocused and frankly disappointing chapter of THE X-FILES revival. After all, Glen Morgan’s writing and direction on the series has frequently been stellar, but when THE X-FILES announced its return would be contained to a six-episode event series, the fact that one episode missed the mark so prominently shows that the little time fans have with Scully and Mulder again feels more valuable than it once was.

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