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  • “BATES MOTEL: Season 4, Episode 8” (TV Review)

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    Episode 8 of BATES MOTEL is titled “Unfaithful” and the title couldn’t be more apt, as that’s exactly how Norman views his mother’s position with her new husband. Of course, Norma justifies her marriage and protective motherhood as “trying to protect” everyone from everything but for this viewer, the act is wearing thin. As for Norman, his anger and newfound inner brat is, while unappealing, not unwarranted. It becomes evident to him that he doesn’t fit into these new lives which leaves him feeling a growing resentment, planting more seeds towards the inevitable.

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  • Contest: Win A Signed Copy of “SCREAM: THE TV SERIES” Season One on DVD!

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    Last weekend, FANGORIA saw the fanbase for SCREAM: THE TV SERIES up close and personal as our own Madeleine Koestner hosted a panel with the show’s cast at Texas Frightmare Weekend. In seeing the fans, FANGO also saw the rising excitement for the series, which is gearing up for its second season premiere as well as the release of Season One on DVD from Anchor Bay Entertainment. And now, FANGORIA has a chance for two lucky fans to win the complete first season of SCREAM: THE TV SERIES on DVD, signed by the cast themselves!

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  • Stream to Scream: “THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD”

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    While horror anthologies may be one of the most debated subgenres out there, it’s unfortunate that Amicus- one of the seminal anthology producers of its time- is often left out of the conversation. Known best as their “portmanteau” productions, Amicus’ specific, often star-studded approach to anthology filmmaking is unique and rather fantastic, and yet they often find themselves absent from the discussions and listicles of the current horror landscape. Yet as Amicus becomes more accessible with each passing day with their inclusion on streaming and Blu-ray, the chances of their impressive anthology fare- such as TALES FROM THE CRYPT, DR. TERROR’S HOUSE OF HORRORS and THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD- becoming more pertinent to contemporary audiences grow with it.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Joe & Pat feel “Pride” on “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL”!

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    We all know “Pride” is considered a deadly sin, and perhaps even deadlier than it’s six cohorts; after all, who hasn’t heard the phrase ‘pride will get you killed’? To deny that one may suffer from pride is even an act of pride in and of itself! So, of course, it’s a miracle that Joe and Pat tackle pride headfirst on this week’s WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL!

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  • Actress Natalie Hall Joins FANGO’s Free “CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY” Screening on Monday, May 9th!

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    Actress Natalie Hall, best known to genre fans for her role as Amber Mills on TRUE BLOOD, will attend FANGORIA’s free NYC screening of THE CURSE OF SLEEPING BEAUTY this Monday, May 9th at 7 p.m. at the Helen Mills Theater (137-139 West 26 Street). Hall also appeared as a regular on the TV series PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, STAR-CROSSED and DROP DEAD DIVA. Director Pearry (NECROMENTIA) Teo may also attend, work permitting.

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  • “DRAGON INN” Flies Again!

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    Director King Hu 1967 wuxia film classic DRAGON INN leaps back into theaters this Friday, May 6th in a new, beautifully restored 4K digital transfer from the original film elements! Courtesy of Janus Films, DRAGON INN opens in New York at the Film Society of Lincoln Center and in Los Angeles at the Landmark Nuart Theater, with national roll-out to follow.

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  • Found Footage… For Real: Vincent Price in Tim Burton & Rick Heinrichs’ “VINCENT”

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    As many horror icons as there may be in the lexicon of the genre- and there are many– I don’t think there is any as instantly recognizable and quite as beloved as Vincent Price. A brilliant performer in his own right, Price’s adoration of the horror genre went far beyond the projects he appeared in; in fact, to many, Price was as synonymous with the horror genre as ghosts and ghouls themselves. But while Price’s wit and class might never be replicated in the horror genre, there’s no doubt his influences spread far and wide, especially for his EDWARD SCISSORHANDS’ cohort Tim Burton.

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