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    For Your Consideration: The 2015 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Actress

    While the FANGORIA Chainsaw Award season is currently underway, there are many difficult decisions to be made during the voting process. Sometimes, narrowing down a vote to only one choice is a difficult task, especially when more than one nominee truly deserves the award. And often times, this is a dilemma that directly affects the Best Actress category, as some of the female performances in a given year remind horror fans that there can be some heavy duty horror acting without necessarily being a slave to the “Scream Queen” moniker.

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    The Dreadful Ten: Camilla’s Top Ten Forgotten Australian Horrors

    Ozploitation has garnered some much deserved attention in recent years, partly due to genre film enthusiasts such as Quentin Tarantino singing its praises, as well as Mark Hartley’s audacious genre buffet NOT QUITE HOLLYWOOD (2008) shining a light on classics such as LONG WEEKEND (1978) and PATRICK (1978). And while Hartley’s documentary certainly reignited interest in some overlooked fare; however, its selection omitted a few forgotten gems.

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    Q&A: Jamie Kennedy Talks “BUDDY HUTCHINS,” “TREMORS 5” and More

    Jamie Kennedy first made a name for himself as horror expert Randy in the first two SCREAM films, and he’s still building his own history of genre fare. FANGORIA caught up with the actor to discuss his new bloodfest BUDDY HUTCHINS, the upcoming TREMORS 5: BLOODLINE and a horror-star vehicle he’s writing for himself.

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    “RABID” (UK Blu-Ray Review)

    Though the pervading cultural politeness would suggest otherwise, David Cronenberg could only have emerged from the chilly confines of Canada. Particularly in his early movies, shot in the winter when Canadian tax shelter film financing was available, even the frigid setting of Cronenberg’s twisted little nightmares feel foreboding. His work makes you uncomfortable long before any of the graphic gore and perverse conceptualizations appear, and though things seem normal, even mundane, you can’t help but squirm knowing that something horrible is coming from a director willing to shove you into the nastiest place possible at the most meaningful time.

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    Toho To Open “GODZILLA”-Themed Movie Theater

    Giant monster fans the world over will be thrilled to learn that Toho Studios, the original home of Godzilla, is bringing the infamous fire-breathing lizard to life in the form of a massive movie theater! That’s right: the theater will be complete with a 39-foot tall bust of the aforementioned kaiju bursting out of the theater’s 131 foot-high roof, complete with a terrace that will allow guests to gape in awe at the protruding head of the monster itself, according to a recent report from Telegraph.

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    “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Season Five Adds Subtitle, Star

    With AMERICAN HORROR STORY: FREAK SHOW being one of the most divisive chapters of the anthology show to date, one thing that was definitely intriguing was the show’s attempts to tie FREAK SHOW in with previous seasons, especially AMERICAN HORROR STORY: ASYLUM. But as the cloud of Jessica Lange’s departure from the series rode high over the next season, as well as Murphy’s insistence that clues had been hidden throughout FREAK SHOW, fans have impatiently awaited any news as to where AMERICAN HORROR STORY will be headed. Now, the wait is over, as TV Line has revealed the subtitle and star of AMERICAN HORROR STORY’s fifth outing.

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    Exclusive Preview: Vertigo Comic’s “WOLF MOON #4”

    In the realm of horror comics, there’s few names as reliable for mature, terrifying content as DC Entertainment’s Vertigo line. And even fewer are the selections among Vertigo’s work that’s as visceral and genuinely dread-inspiring as WOLF MOON, Cullen Bunn’s bloody and beautifully-illustrated werewolf opus. And with the fourth issue in the WOLF MOON series dropping on March 4th, FANGORIA has an exclusive first look at the next chapter in the WOLF MOON saga!

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    Q&A: Filmmaker Jake Dibeler on “HORRORPORN” and Horror at the NYC Porn Festival!

    This weekend’s inaugural New York City Porn Festival not only hopes to revive “a 42nd street 1980’s cinema experience” en route to re-establishing “adult film as a significant and socially/culturally relevant art form,” it is also throwing a fellow renegade film genre an—ahem—bone with a block of sexually explicit horror films under the fittingly blunt headline ‘EXTREME.’ This special program will include Barbara Bell’s GRAPHIC SEXUAL HORROR, Anon’s demon baby WET NURSE TRILOGY, and Jake Dibeler’s stylish, gore-laden berserker HORRORPORN. FANGORIA caught up with Diebler ahead of the fest to talk outré mediums/expressions, dark intersections, and material seriously not for the faint of heart.

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    Toys of Terror #43

    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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    Shadowvision: Lucio Fulci’s “ZOMBIE”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black-and-white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    “NEW YEAR’S EVIL” (Blu-ray Review)

    As our more season horror fans know, in the early years of the slasher film, there was not much of an urge on part of filmmakers to give their killers any sense of personality. And for the few that did, they often didn’t reveal themselves until later in the movie, with little indication that they were the killer or a rushed backstory following a “whodunit” set-up. Yet, despite being criticized by slasher purists, NEW YEAR’S EVIL attempts at doing just that, dueling narratives between a killer and his victim before coalescing into an engaging third act that brings the two face-to-face.

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