Previously announced in spring, Image Comics' UNDYING LOVE has found a new director.
Fangoria is giving away ten copies of Grim by Joseph Spencer.
When bodies start showing up at an abandoned mental hospital with a notorious past, Detective Adam White fears Prairieville's most prolific slasher, The Reaper, has returned.
If you’re in the Toronto area this weekend, you need to
check out the first annual Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival,
celebrating the best in contemporary Canadian horror filmmaking. The first and
only festival of its kind is happening from November 30th to December 2nd at
the Projection Booth East in Toronto, Ontario. Read below on how FANGORIA has pair
of festival passes to see this Canuck horror first hand.
Win the ultimate 'Sushi Girl' Fan Pack with prizes including a limited edition signed t-shirt, signed theatrical posters, chopsticks, panties and more!!
Hamilton Books has teamed up with Full Moon Features to bring you some of
the grimiest, grittiest, and downright weirdest cult films of all time!
It’s no secret that heavy music and horror are quite fond of
one another. While both are fueled by intense creative passions, they are also
continually combated by critical scrutiny. But for those who are able to
surpass their grimy and gritty exteriors can find a creative playground where
nearly anything is possible. This is a place where your darkest nightmares are
made tangible. This is a place where aesthetic qualities know no bounds. This is
a place where director Mitch Massie and proto-punks Child Bite feel right at
home. Both exemplify the nature of truly unfettered expression and their recent
collaboration is sure to have genre fans clamoring and the general public
Lance Henriksen’s been a lot of things; an actor, a writer, alien
slayer, sometimes a cowboy, other times a psychic, one time an astronaut, but
mostly, a badass. Thanks to Dark Horse, he’s now a comic creator.
is a film that defies all expectations. On paper, it just shouldn't be as good
as it is. The expectation is typical “torture porn” with pretty people trapped
in a basement and taking c-clamps to testicles or whatever other
paint-by-numbers scenario you care to imagine. Indie filmmakers make these
movies all the time, it's a cottage industry for any joker with a camcorder and
a few extra buckets of karo syrup kicking around.
The Land of the Rising Sun has done wonders for the horror
community. From ghost girls to giant lizards, Japan has been scaring us for
years with strange stories and bizarre creatures that still haunt many of our
nightmares. The rising interest in Japanese comics has brought scores of
readers dumping their hard-earned cash on the novel-thick manga, creating an
illustrious, second comic movement wholly separate from its mainstream American
counterpart. But don't let the idea of Japanese comics fool you; it's not all
doe-eyed teenage girls fighting giant robots. It's an industry as diverse as it
unique, ranging anywhere from comedy to mystery to sci-fi, even going so far as
to aim at a particular reading populace, such as younger girls or older men.
The follow-up to this year's found footage anthology V/H/S has been officially titled S-VHS. Head below for a look at one of its most anticipated segments.
We're learning what to expect from CARRIE via viral trinkets. The latest? A psychological examination of Carrie's mother, Margaret White. Hint: She's out there.
The tradition of the Christmas horror movie is a long and
storied one, a yule tide storybook that’s marked with half-realized nightmares,
a shallow talent pool and, just, terrible judgment. From snowmen possessed by
serial killers to murderous Saint Nicks, there’s no tradition too treasured or
figure too holy for horror movies to tear apart and mock for our collective
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