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Mile High Horror Film Festival ’15: “THE FINAL GIRLS”, “HE NEVER DIED” lead First Wave of Programming; “DEVIL’S REJECTS” Anniversary Screening Announced w/ Sid Haig Q&A!

With every passing week of our media partnership with Mile High Horror Film Festival 2015, which takes place from October 1st to October 4th at the Alamo Drafthouse Littleton in Colorado, FANGORIA has wondered time and time again how the festival would top the exciting announcement from the week beforehand. And yet without fail, Mile […]

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Caption Contest Results: 08/24 – 08/28

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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R.I.P. WES CRAVEN (1939-2015)

We at FANGORIA are speechless. After the loss of the Great Christopher Lee earlier this year, it is both shocking and deeply upsetting to learn of the passing of filmmaker and horror movie maverick Wes Craven, one of our founding fathers of contemporary fear. There’s not much to say about Wes, the Father of Freddy, […]

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FIOFF ’15 Submissions to Die For: Lu Ponce’s “THE NIGHT OF SAN JUAN”

Welcome to SUBMISSIONS TO DIE FOR, the latest column focusing on highlights among the FANGORIA International Online Film Festival Submissions. While being featured on this column does not guarantee selection in the FANGORIA International Online Film Festival, SUBMISSIONS TO DIE FOR features some scare fare worth keeping an eye on…

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“WHEN ANIMALS DREAM” (Movie Review)

With its stark Scandinavian settings and central lycanthropy/coming-of-age metaphor, WHEN ANIMALS DREAM has inevitable echoes of some of the best horror/dramas of the past couple of decades, yet establishes a distinctive identity and develops a chilling veneer of its own.

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Q&A: Director Josh Forbes talks “CONTRACTED: PHASE II”

One of the more gruesome horror offerings of the last few years, CONTRACTED certainly raised a stir among fans of indie horror upon its release in late 2013. The film spread like wildfire over streaming services such as Netflix, and the divisive body horror flick rode a solid wave of momentum (and impressive VOD numbers) […]

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“WIND WALKERS” will be After Dark’s Eighth Film to Die For

Earlier this week, FANGORIA informed fright fans of the latest addition to After Dark Films’ grand return of the 8 Films to Die For, with animal attack flick UNNATURAL and terror throwback BASTARD filling out the 6th and 7th slot. With the zombie action thriller RE-KILL, the experimental mystery MURDER IN THE DARK, the haunting tale THE […]

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Exclusive Trailer, Poster Premiere: Tom Woodruff Jr.’s “FIRE CITY: END OF DAYS”

Earlier this year, FANGORIA offered up one of the first reviews for FIRE CITY, revealing that Tom Woodruff Jr.’s first feature effort as director was a thrilling mix of monster movie and gritty, adult-oriented noir filled with excellent practical make-up FX. Now, FANGORIA has the exclusive first word on the newly retitled FIRE CITY: END OF […]

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FANTASTICA Presents: The Killer At Your Doorstep, or Courting the Domestic Thriller

One of the scariest positions a person can find themselves in is one of vulnerability. To let someone into your heart, head, or home is an unnerving proposition, and one that can get very tragic very quickly. For every good thing that could come of such interpersonal exchanges, there are millions of horrible things that […]

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FANGORIA Musick Welcomes Horror/Goth Band The Choke To Our Roster!

FANGORIA Musick, FANGO’s exciting, evolving digital music label, has just signed Oklahoma’s The Choke! Implementing harsh and haunting guitar tones, driving bass rhythms, danceable beats and a voice that will split your spine, The Choke is ready, willing and hungry to sink their teeth into the world. And to celebrate, FANGORIA is giving you the […]

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