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[Game Review] Behaviour Interactive’s “Dead By Daylight” makes for hours of gory gaming goodness

18 hours ago

Horror video game Dead By Daylight has been creating buzz this past year with the successful launch of its PC version on Steam in 2016. Behaviour Interactive just released the console version this month, with add-ons to come later this year. We recently touched base with its Game Director and Creative Director to talk about the ins and […] »

- Michael Egbert, Gabe Carr, Fangoria Staff

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[Exclusive Clip] Repulsive rodent plagues couple in short film “Mouse”

22 June 2017 10:30 AM, PDT

We’ve all read horrifying stories about unlucky consumers who have discovered various insects, objects, and even vermin in their food. The sickening idea has been taken to another level and put into the form of a short film, aptly titled, Mouse. The film was named a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere and is set to debut on […] »

- April Bedan

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[Giveaway] Bruce Campbell’s “Hail To The Chin” book coming August 2017

20 June 2017 8:52 AM, PDT

For horror fans, anything involving Bruce Campbell is a guaranteed entertainment success, no matter the format. Fifteen years after the release of his bestselling memoir If Chins Could Kill, Campbell returns with the follow-up book Hail To The Chin to be released via Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin’s Press this August! Read more below: It’s been 15 years since […] »

- Fangoria Staff

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