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    Caption Contest Results: 4/27 – 5/01

    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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    Exclusive Poster: William Malone is back with “THALLIUM’S BOX”

    Out of all the esteemed contributors to MASTERS OF HORROR, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1999) director William Malone is among the most underrated. The director’s striking visual eye, undeniable genre experience and understanding of what really scares people is inimitable. Yet with almost 7 years since his last time in the director’s chair, the genre has been missing Malone for far too long, which means that his recent announcement to Kickstart his latest endeavor, THALLIUM’S BOX, is an exciting potential prospect. And now, FANGORIA has an exclusive first look at THALLIUM’S BOX with an alternate poster from artist Christian Francis, which you can see below!

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    Q&A: Writer/Director Gus Trapani talks “ABSOLUTE ZERO”

    Gus Trapani was twelve years old when he watched THE TEXAS CHAIN SAW MASSACRE for the first time and fell in love with the idea of filmmaking. Now, in 2015, he is getting ready to release his second feature film, ABSOLUTE ZERO, into the world on June 1st. Fango chatted with Gus about his kidnapping-gone-wrong indie thriller and why it’s such a great fit for our readership.

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    Contest: Win a “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES” Cinco de Mayo Prize Pack!

    With the establishment of the El Rey Network, Robert Rodriguez has not only furthered his brand as a filmmaker and personality but also has helped provide a new wave of genre-centric content that appeals to fans from around the world And with Robert Rodriguez having aimed so much of that content to his cultural background, it’s no surprise that the filmmaker is pulling out all the stops for Cinco de Mayo, offering the release of the soundtrack to FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES as well as a full marathon of the first season beginning at 6 p.m. EST and ending at 4 a.m. EST. And for five lucky FANGORIA readers, Cinco de Mayo will be the day that keeps on giving, as El Rey is teaming with us to give away an awesome FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES prize pack to celebrate!

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    “THE DEVASTATOR: HORROR” (Comic Book Review)

    It’s hard to do a good horror satire without it coming off as completely cheesy, lazy, or just plain unoriginal. Many scary comedy films are dropped into pit of rolling eyeballs and exasperated sighs as their over-the-top approach to horror tropes fall short of being funny or entertaining. Luckily, the good folks at Devastator Press don’t have this problem; dedicated to poking fun at every aspect of entertainment and society, THE DEVASTATOR has released its most recent pack of rabid reviewers on their horror issue. Writers from The Onion, THE DAILY SHOW, and Adult Swim among others add to this 60-page behemoth of comics, stories, illustrations and fake reviews all poking fun at Fangoria’s bread and butter. Frankly, they couldn’t have done it any better.

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    “SOME KIND OF HATE” (Stanley Film Festival Review)

    For a very long time, even here at FANGORIA, fright fans have long wondered what will happen to the once-prominent slasher subgenre in the future of horror. In the years since the SCREAM franchise offered a post-modern commentary on slasher tropes and expectations, the subgenre has struggled to maintain popularity, especially as the rise in supernatural horror coincided with the retroactive vilification of the slasher archetype. Some wondered if slashers would have to rewrite their formula altogether, while others imagined the subgenre would stick to the torture porn-adjacent straight-to-video output seen today. But for many, there remained a glimmer of hope that the subgenre would find an original, engrossing story that would act as an adrenaline shot to the dying heart of the slasher. And now, that film has been found with Adam Egypt Mortimer’s SOME KIND OF HATE, which, under the right circumstances, could hit contemporary audiences with a brutal, cringe-inducing and legitimately frightening rush in the same way Freddy Krueger did over 30 years ago.

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