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    Exclusive: “SLEEPAWAY CAMP” Remake On Hold, but Hiltzik May “RETURN” Again!

    Fans turned out in force for FANGORIA and SCREAM Factory’s NYC screening of SLEEPAWAY CAMP last night. But as fans laughed, cheered and gasped throughout the feature, the most shocking revelation at this event was director Robert Hiltzik’s revelation that his announced SLEEPAWAY CAMP remake may not be coming to a theater near you.

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    Chiller’s Next “CHILLING VISIONS” Lineup Revealed, Premiere Date Set

    Genre network Chiller TV has dove headfirst into the original movie game, most notably ushering a new Larry Fessenden film (BENEATH) into the world earlier this year and branding their own anthology series in CHILLING VISIONS. In revealing the lineup for the second CHILLING VISIONS omnibus feature, it seems the channel is sticking in the Glass Eye Pix business, leading the film with two frequent Fessenden collaborators, Glenn McQuaid and Graham Reznick. 

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    NJ! Dress to Impress at Bizarre AC II and Win a Supersized FANGORIA Prize Bag!

    As some fans may already know, New Jersey has become a hotbed of horror in recent years. In addition to it’s massive Asbury Park Zombie Walk, which garnered over 9500 participants to break the world record, New Jersey has hosted some of the greatest horror conventions out there, including Monstermania in Cherry Hill, Chiller Theatre and now, Bizarre AC! And at the upcoming Bizarre AC II, FANGORIA fans will have a chance to get an exclusive prize pack, and it’ll be up to YOU to decide who!

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    “DAMIEN” Will Bring “THE OMEN” to Television for New Series

    THE OMEN finds itself the latest piece of horror history re-fashioned for television, following the likes of HANNIBAL, BATES MOTEL and the recently concluded ROSEMARY’S BABY miniseries. Glen Mazzara, who immediately succeeded Frank Darabont as showrunner of THE WALKING DEAD will bring DAMIEN to Lifetime Network, where the show will follow an adult Damien Thorn facing his destiny.

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    “HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION” Blu Set to hit September!

    Uniting every HALLOWEEN film in one set always seemed improbable. With rights spread between Anchor Bay, Shout! Factory and The Weinstein Company, the likelihood of tidily owning every venture (whether it featured Michael or not) was small. You may have guessed that’s until now. Anchor Bay and Shout! Factory have teamed on something seemingly unprecedented and surely exciting: HALLOWEEN: THE COMPLETE COLLECTION, which will not only boast every film to bear the HALLOWEEN name, including Rob Zombie’s pictures, but the first official release of the famed “Producer’s Cut” of HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS.

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    Director Mattie Do Crowdfunding Laos’ Second Horror Film, Ever

    Last year, Mattie Do broke new ground. Having its American premiere at Austin’s Fantastic Fest, her film CHANTHALY was the first horror film to come out of Laos, the country bordering China, Burma, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia that’s slowly developing a national cinema and which has only produced something like a dozen feature films since its revolution in 1975. Do became the country’s first female director and thrillingly broke through with a genre picture (it was also the first Laos film to screen at a fest outside of Southeast Asia). Fortunately, she hasn’t lost a taste for blood.

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    “COURTNEY CRUMRIN: THE WITCH NEXT DOOR” (Comic Review)

    Despite the current success of young reader titles such as ITTY BITTY HELLBOY and KISS KIDS, it felt for a long time there were very few comics not aimed at adult audiences. Even fewer of those were horror. Fortunately, there were works such as COURTNEY CRUMRIN to help pick up the slack. Since first hitting shelves in 2002, the once “limited” series has expanded to four volumes, with a fifth collection, COURTNEY CRUMRIN: THE WITCH NEXT DOOR now hitting shelves (and a sixth on the way). Centered on a grumpy teen who finds herself imbued with magic thanks to her eccentric uncle, the series is a delightfully gothic work that dives deep into dark folklore and explores the hidden depths of the unseen world.

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