• Free NYC Screening: “THE SCRIBBLER” on September 22!


    FANGORIA and STARLOG will be hosting a free screening of the graphic novel adaptation THE SCRIBBLER in New York City on Monday, September 22 at 7 p.m. This special showing will be held at the Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Directed by John (BREATHING ROOM) Suits and written by Dan (DOGHOUSE) Schaffer, THE SCRIBBLER’s star-studded cast includes Katie (ARROW) Cassidy, Garret (LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT) Dillahunt, Michelle (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) Trachtenberg, Michael (THE SOPRANOS) Imperioli, Gina (KILLER JOE) Gershon, Sasha (WOULD YOU RATHER) Grey, Kunal (THE BIG BANG THEORY) Nayyar, Ashlynn (THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE) Yennie, Eliza (WRONG TURN) Dushku and Billy (HELIX) Campbell.

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  • Kickstart “TWO PLEASE”, The New Horror Short Featuring Michael Berryman!

    Some of the most impactful films ever made have had minimal or no dialogue, relying instead, with often impressive results, on unique camera angles, timing, stylistic choices, and the talent of their actors. Such is the case with Writer/Director Jesse Burks’ popular horror short ONE PLEASE, as all six minutes of this mesmerizing film were completed with absolutely no dialogue. Calling on the experience of veteran horror actor Michael Berryman, Burks was able to achieve some memorable moments utilizing the actor’s innate ability to say so much with a simple facial expression.
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  • Character actors converge at Burbank’s Dark Delicacies


    You know the mug, but can’t place the name… Character actors are the backbone of the movie industry, and author Scott Voisin wants you to get to know them personally in his latest tome, CHARACTER KINGS 2: HOLLYWOOD’S FAMILIAR FACES DISCUSS THE ART & BUSINESS OF ACTING (BearManorMedia). A contributor to VIDEOSCOPE magazine, Voisin and his colorful subjects will converge at Burbank’s Dark Delicacies (3512 West Magnolia Boulevard; 818-556-6660) on Saturday, September 6 at 2 p.m.

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    THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING dips its toe into the world of the occult, necromancy, demonology and things that go ‘bump’ in the night. With a clever script and a great performance by Shane Johnson (Michael King), the film delivers some genuine scares and demonic horror. In celebration of David Jung’s directorial debut, Anchor Bay Films is giving a lucky FANGORIA reader a POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING t-shirt to proudly wear and be the envy of all others.

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  • Toronto: HORROR-RAMA Convention Presents “BLACK SUNDAY” Hosted by Barbara Steele

    Toronto-based horror convention HORROR-RAMA, a two-day fan event happening in Toronto, Canada this November 1-2, 2014 (check out the preliminary news item here) is excited to announce the official off-site Saturday night screening: Mario Bava’s classic Italian horror film BLACK SUNDAY, hosted by its star and HORROR-RAMA guest of honor, Barbara Steele!

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  • Help Kickstart Creature Comic “JOSH LOBSTER” from Devon Deveraux!

    After successfully funding his graphic novel series “Tales of Hot Rod Horror Volume 2” last year via Kickstarter, illustrator/artist Devon Devereaux is back again with JOSH LOBSTER a graphic novel said to be somewhere in the space between THE GOONIES, JAWS and THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH.
    Written by Chris Reilly (PUNCH & JUDY, THE TROUBLE WITH IGOR, STRANGE EGGS) and illustrated by Devon Devereaux (HAUNTED MANSION COMICS, LITTLEST BITCH, TALES OF HOT ROD HORROR), JOSH LOBSTER is a mystery at its core, as well as a comedy/horror story. The story focuses on Goose Cove, an island, which is visited annually by a traveling carnival. This year, however, vampires attack the island and all the world’s sea life appears to be heading to Goose Cove. New evidence surfaces in a 20 year old unsolved murder and at the center of it all is the mystery man, Barnacle Bill. Only Josh and his sidekick Misty can uncover the hidden secrets of the island.
    A SCOOBY DOO style mystery with a grown-up appeal, Devon brings a fun, retro tiki art feel to the story that fits in perfectly with Chris’ dark comedic plot-line. Specializing in everything from pen and ink, prismacolor with digital effects and coloring, and even oil painting, it is no wonder that Devon has been sought out by clients like Disney, Laughing Squid, Willamette Week, and Slave Labor Graphics.
    “When Chris Reilly came to me with this book idea a few years ago, he asked what I wanted to draw. I told him mermaids, ship wrecks, and tentacles. Chris didn’t have to change much of the story he was writing at the time to fit these things in,” recalls Devon. “Chris and I had the same sensibility on what we were looking for in a fun, spooky story. This book is one of those weird gems that is hard to categorize. At one time we were even in talks with Disney XD, then Penguin books and finally we decided to do it ourselves and put it out with Kickstarter so we wouldn’t have to compromise our story and we would retain all of the rights.”
    Writer Chris Reilly passed away suddenly on June 10, 2014 right as Devon was completing the art for the first issue. Devon says he wasn’t sure what to do, but he knew Chris would have wanted folks to see his final story.
    JOSH LOBSTER is available for presale—along with original art work, digital copies, signed prints, and Josh Lobster shirts—through Kickstarter now until August 16th at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/devondevereaux/josh-lobster
    You can find more information about the project at: http://www.devondevereaux.com/
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  • Cast & Crew Attending Fango’s Free “POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING” LA Screening

    You already know about FANGORIA’s four free advance screenings of the supernatural chiller THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING, right? New York City and Los Angeles happen tonight, while Chicago and Austin follow on August 14 (see original details here). Anyway, as an added bonus for West Coast fright fans, the LA screening will be hosted by the much-praised film’s cast and crew, including writer/director David Jung and stars Shane Johnson and Julie McNiven!

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