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    “RAGE” (Movie Review)

    RAGE’s hook is in its title. Yes, that hook is obvious in that it rhymes with the surname of its star. And that’s no coincidence. Cage signed on to RAGE when it was called TOKAREV, a name that suits its story best and yet would no doubt be a nightmare to market (a Tokarev is a Russian handgun). So instead, the middle-management suits retitled it RAGE to cater to the ever-expanding Nicolas Cage internet-based cult, directly alluding to the web meme that sees Cage channeling Billy Corgan.

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  • Famous Femmes Gear Up For DAY OF THE SCREAM QUEENS Fan Event

    California-based horror fans: mark Sunday, January 25th on your collective calendars for B-filmmaker David DeCoteau’s second annual DAY OF THE SCREAM QUEENS, a full-day celebration honoring the ladies we love from the flicks we adore, going down once more at Burbank horror culture hotspot Dark Delicacies.

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  • Mick Garris Mines Interview Archives for Comprehensive Website and YouTube Channel

    You know the name Mick Garris. He’s the ardent horror and weird fantasy film fan who parlayed his passions for all things odd into a thriving career as one of the genre’s most important producers, directors and visionaries. Outside of his myriad films—including several key Stephen King adaptations like SLEEPWALKERS and the beloved TV miniseries version of THE STAND—Garris is, of course, the mind behind the massively ambitious, lamented MASTERS OF HORROR TV series. The anthology show ran for two years and was the first of its kind to amass horror and cult film royalty in one room, giving such talents as Tobe Hooper, Stuart Gordon, Tom Holland, Brad Anderson, John Landis, Don Coscarelli and many, many other “masters” the chance to direct compact, graphic shockers their way.

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  • Full Moon Kickstarts “KILLJOY’S PSYCHO CIRCUS”

    B-Cinema saw one of its greatest killer clowns in KILLJOY, the malevolent inter-dimensional (un)funnyman, demon of vengeance and all around bad-ass monster from hell who’s graced four beloved, bloody and luridly awesome dark fantasy films from weird movie mavens Full Moon.

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  • Montreal Horrorfest Film Festival: First Wave Announced!

    The Montreal HorrorFest is back for its third year, rolling out a miasma of morbid programming and gory guests geared toward the genre, including a diverse film festival component that spotlights genre pictures from around the world. FANGORIA got the scoop on the first wave of those fright flicks and you can have look for yourself in the list below…

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    EXCL: Rob Zombie Discusses Crowdfunding New Film, “31″

    In an undoubtedly polarizing move (nothing new), Rob Zombie is launching a crowdfunding campaign for his upcoming Halloween-set feature, 31. Aiming to engage directly with fans, and likely in the interest of producing a warped genre vision on his terms, Zombie has set up shop at RZ-31 where concept art, videos and info on the film, as well as the requisite contribution rewards (including props from past films, lifetime passes to his shows and more) whet the appetites of would-be supporters and fans. In an exclusive talk with FANGORIA, Zombie discusses his decision to utilize the increasingly popular, if highly criticized, method of funding and what’s in store for 31.

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    Q&A: FANGORIA Musick Artist SciFiSol

    Available for download now via our newly minted digital record label FANGORIA Musick, is the hypnotic dream-tronica of aural artist Christina Broussard aka SciFiSol. SciFiSol is Broussard’s ongoing exploration into the strange, beautiful and nightmarish; ambient soundscapes ripe with dread, sensuality and alien majesty. The first time I heard the sound of her lilting, whispered voice bleeding over her minimalist sonics, I fell in love. Hopefully, after you “meet” her in this interview, so will you.

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