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  • Say Hello To “THE BYE BYE MAN” In Its First Trailer!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported on the 6-month jump on STX Entertainment’s THE BYE BYE MAN, the upcoming horror offering from HOOD OF HORROR director Stacy Title starring Carrie-Anne Moss, Faye Dunaway and FANGORIA Hall of Fame inductee Doug Jones as the titular terror. Now, Entertainment Weekly premiered the NSFW first trailer for THE BYE BYE MAN, showing the frightful force on full display while selling the film’s visceral side!

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  • Stream to Scream: “REGRESSION”

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    Alejandro Amenabar’s REGRESSION feels as if it’s a horror offering lost in time. Had this film been conceived, made and released in the ‘90s, the time period in which the film takes place, REGRESSION could have really been an eerie, unsettling film. However, in a post-SIXTH SENSE, post-SESSION 9 genre film landscape, REGRESSION’s bookending chapters weigh down an otherwise terrifying film; a Polanski-esque thriller that plays around with interesting concepts before tearing them asunder in favor for ultra-realism.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Stay Up For “NIGHT OF THE CREEPS”!

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    With a new month comes a new theme for THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, with Kate & Tab deliberating on contemporary and classic fright fare new to one or both of them. For April, the theme moves from the heavy “March Madness” to the much lighter “Dance Until You Die,” checking out horror offerings that prominently features proms and dances. And for their first episode in this scary series, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW check out one of the most fun ‘80s cult classics out there: Fred Dekker’s NIGHT OF THE CREEPS!

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  • Q&A: Actor Logan Marshall-Green Dares to Accept “THE INVITATION”

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    From AND THEN THERE WERE NONE to THE HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL and THE BEAST MUST DIE, most horror films are screamingly obvious when asking audiences to attend their gatherings that will no doubt end in terror. But what makes THE INVITATION so particularly unsettling is that you have no idea what its dinner party will offer for dessert—especailly given its setting in the kind of airy, Silverlake-adjacent abode favored by so many seemingly well-adjusted LA hipsters.

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  • “JAWS” Sequels Officially Slated for Blu-ray!

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    Let’s be frank here: there’s no JAWS sequel that’s anywhere near the original masterpiece in terms of quality, and we’re not going to be the ones to argue that. However, the somewhat complicated relationship between horror fans and the JAWS sequels is one worth examining, especially considering how its evolved over the years. JAWS 2 is a particularly underrated film, JAWS 3 shouldn’t be completely written-off in spite of its flaws, and JAWS: THE REVENGE is a pretty terrible film horror fans keep going back to no matter how many times it hurts us. And if you’re a fan of the JAWS franchise as a whole, we’ve got some good news as Universal has officially (and finally) slated all three JAWS sequels for Blu-ray!

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  • Crossing Over: “CHEAP THRILLS”

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    Welcome, FANGORIA Readers, to CROSSING OVER, a column that highlights the films, series and content out there outside of horror that is fashioned towards or pays tribute to our beloved genre. By shining a light onto these projects, FANGORIA hopes to open a world of entertainment perfect for fright fans that lies just beyond the borders of the horror community. So without further ado…

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  • Netflix Writes Up Adam Wingard’s R-Rated “DEATH NOTE” Adaptation

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    Well, this is certainly an interesting development. While Netflix’s horror slate has mostly been acquisitions and three seasons of their original series HEMLOCK GROVE, Variety reports that the company is taking a big, bold step in the genre by picking up Adam Wingard’s DEATH NOTE, a feature film adaptation of the popular manga series.

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  • “MERCY” (Book Review)

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    One night, Philadelphia dark-fiction author T. Fox Dunham (pictured above) discovered that a golf-ball-sized lump had materialized just below his left ear. Eventually, he was diagnosed with a rare composite form of lymphoma—Hodgkin’s, large cell. A death sentence, basically, but even with the metaphorical gun cocked, loaded and pressed against your temple, the will to survive can be overwhelming.

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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend 2016: Rose McGowan Added, Final Guest Announced!

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    As the FANGORIA-sponsored Texas Frightmare Weekend, held from April 29th to May 1st at the Hyatt Regency DFW, is only three weeks away, the announcements from the Southwest’s Premiere Horror Convention are finally winding down. Nevertheless, Texas Frightmare Weekend still has a few tricks up its sleeve, and this week, FANGORIA is excited to reveal the very final guest for Texas Frightmare Weekend 2016!

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  • “HARDCORE HENRY” (Movie Review)

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    HARDCORE HENRY was originally called just HARDCORE, the title change presumably effected lest anyone mistake it for pornography. Yet that association is entirely appropriate; the movie is a soulless, pointless glorification of the taking of human life, to the point where it makes you wonder why you ever enjoyed violent movies.

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  • “EXMORTIS” (Comic Book Review)

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    World War II has become a literary genre all its own. Creating a generation of Americans who grew up watching Superman punch out Hitler while munching on rationed peas, it’s no wonder that the Great War would still cast a long shadow on the collective conscience. Luckily, the war eventually ended in 1945 because it’s not like Nazis can live forever… right? Well, they can if they’re zombies.

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  • RIP “CUJO” scripter Barbara Turner

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    Screenwriter Barbara Turner, who died yesterday at age 79, was best-known for dramatic fare such as GEORGIA, starring her daughter Jennifer Jason Leigh, and the Oscar-winning biopic POLLOCK. But she was also involved—pseudonymously—with a Stephen King film favorite.

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