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    EXCL Art: Fango Artist Draws the Dead in Lamberson’s “CARNAGE ROAD” Comic

    Filmmaker and author Gregory Lamberson (SLIME CITY MASSACRE, THE JAKE HELMAN FILES) and Toronto-based FANGORIA cover artist Kelly Forbes (Forbes painted all three FANGORIA Legends covers to date) are teaming up for a comic book adaptation of Lamberson’s novella CARNAGE ROAD. Published in 2012, Lamberson’s book tells the tale of Boone and Walker, the last members of the Floating Dragons motorcycle gang, who take a road trip across America during the zombie apocalypse.  The book has also been optioned as a possible film/TV property by actor Craig Sheffer (NIGHTBREED, BATTLEDOGS).

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    LA: Hang out with Full Moon Celebs at Dark Delicacies for “D-Day of the B-Movies”!

    Are you in the LA, Burbank surrounding area? Free this Saturday? Why not get thee to legendary Burbank horror culture hot spot Dark Delicacies for Full Moon’s D-DAY OF THE B-MOVIES party. Tons of guests from the Full Moon and Empire Pictures universe will be there including honcho Charlie Band; RE-ANIMATOR and FROM BEYOND filmmaker Stuart Gordon; Lurch himself, Carel Strucyken; director David DeCoteau; scream queens Brinke Stevens, Masuimi Max and Denice Duff; composer Richard Band, legendary director and Blue Underground founder Bill Lustig and many, many more!

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    Report: Skinny Puppy, Live in Toronto

    It was colder than a mother-in-law’s kiss Tuesday night in Toronto, but that didn’t stop an army of multi-generational Skinny Puppy fans from making the pilgrimage to a picturesque, remote industrial area dubbed The Docks to see the three decades-old electronic band that not only refuse to die, but sonically seem to get sharper with age.

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    Bill Zebub’s “INDIE DIRECTOR” (Movie Review)

    For years, this writer had been avoiding the work of enfant terrible filmmaker Bill Zebub for no other reason than they just didn’t speak to me. Zebub’s greasy oeuvre includes such quaintly christened features like ANTFARM DICKHOLE and JESUS, THE TOTAL DOUCHEBAG and I’ve seen enough no-budget junk in my time to be wary of pictures like this: movies that bait their audiences with cheap shock tactics, the cinematic equivalent of the grade school brat in the corner of the class with the cone hat, farting and making faces while the teacher contemplates murder-suicide. Just not my speed. 

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    Terrifying Love: Chris Alexander’s (Anti) Valentine’s Day Recommendations

    Valentine’s Day is almost here, dear readers, and as we all know, there’s nothing quite like the feeling of having someone’s heart in your hands… at least until it stops beating. But when roses, chocolates and wine fail to satisfy that special gorehound in your life, what’s a horror fan to do? Lucky for you, Fango wants to help make your Valentine’s a bloody perfect one, so cozy up to your demented darling, queue up these romantic fright films and re-animate your love life!

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    Toronto: Win a Double Pass to see “HERE COMES THE DEVIL”!

    Adrian Garcia Bogliano’s mesmerizing horror melodrama HERE COMES THE DEVIL gets screen time starting this Friday, February 14th – Valentine’s Day! – in Toronto at the legendary Royal Cinema (608 College St.) and FANGORIA and Video Services Corp. want to give you one of two double run-of-engagement passes to see this blood-freezing chiller.

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    EXCL: Canadian B-Movie Anthology, “LATE NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE” Announced: Teaser Poster

    Canadian indie film producer (his award winning short thriller ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD continues to play festivals), head programmer/founder of indie horror film fest Blood in the Snow and frequent FANGO contributor Kelly Michael Stewart has just announced the production of his first feature effort, the campy anthology chiller LATE NIGHT DOUBLE FEATURE. The film is directed by Navin Ramaswaran (ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD), Torin Langen (FONDUE) and Zach Ramelan (DEAD RUSH) and produced by Stewart, R.X. Zammit and Jen Gorman.

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    “NURSE 3D” (Movie Review)

    There’s a point in the long-delayed psycho thriller NURSE 3D where our anti-heroine, the deranged and lovestruck RN Abby Russell hisses, in hard-boiled noir-tinted voice over, that she “ate” the protagonist’s “ass” and  “fingered her to three orgasms.” It’s a delightfully off-color passage, one whose effect defines the lurid appeal of co-writer/director Douglas Aarniokoski’s sex-soaked shocker. After you get past the frisson of the pornographic wordplay, you jump to a tension-breaking laugh, before locking in a state of mild arousal (and really, what living organism wouldn’t be aroused by the lady playing Abby, Amazonian actress Paz de la Huerta?) and then, after running this gamut of sensation, you’re also left with the feeling that maybe the movie is just low-grade trash. Maybe it’s all beneath your otherwise sophisticated cinematic palette. But by the time you seriously start believing that, something explicitly violent and sexually outrageous has happened and you know what? You just don’t give a damn.

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    FANGORIA Sponsors Hamilton’s Fright Night presentation of “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH”

    Just outside of Toronto, Canada is the city of Hamilton, birthplace and deathplace of DARK SHADOWS icon Jonathan Frid and home to a hotbed of horror. Since 2009 the hub of Hamilton’s macabre culture and shock cinema scene has been Fright Night Theatre, in which all manner of miscreant gather to screen new and indie schlock. And now FANGORIA will be sticking its sticky seal of approval on their noble pursuit, starting with their upcoming screening of Troma’s go-for-broke trash sequel RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH.

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