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    TV TERRORS Double Feature: “THE INITIATION OF SARAH” & “ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE?” (DVD Review)

    I don’t think it’s necessarily true that in order to fully appreciate the charms of the 1970’s TV horror movie, you had to in fact come of age during the 1970’s, but there’s no doubt it helps. This writer was birthed in 1974 and was exposed to such fare as far back as I’d had a memory. And of course, by the time I was completely cognoscente of pop culture in the dawn of the 1980’s, most of the vintage made-for-television terror shows would be re-run ad nauseum in both prime time and – even better – late, late at night or in the wee hours of the AM. They were everywhere and, although pedestrian when stacked up against their theatrical counterparts, there was a certain je ne sais quoi that gave them a kind of power.

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    Win Artist Brian Steward’s “FRIDAY THE 13TH” and “RE-ANIMATOR” Posters, Signed by Talent!

    Artist and devout monster movie lover Brian Steward recently graced the pages of our GOREZONE #29 with an original piece of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST artwork, serving as our centerfold poster. Now, Steward has taken some of his coolest works and not only made select prints available to our readers to win, but has arranged to have them blasted with our logo – marking them as limited edition – and signed, as well.

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    Q&A: Sonja Kinski talks “DIAMOND ON VINYL”

    When you sport the surname Kinski, preconceptions of your character will follow. Just ask Sonja. The talented, beautiful young actress and model is the daughter of TESS and CAT PEOPLE star Nastassja Kinski and the granddaughter of the late, towering, talented and by all accounts rather mad Teutonic acting legend Klaus Kinski (NOSFERATU PHANTOM DER NACHT, FITZCARALDO, THE GREAT SILENCE and CRAWLSPACE, recently re-released on Blu-ray by SCREAM Factory). It goes to follow that when people learn of the younger Kinski’s lineage, fascination and maybe even intimidation will get the better of them. This writer, an ardent admirer and obsessive of the elder Kinski’s work especially, admits to such nerves when  he found himself depressing a series of buttons that made up her phone number for a scheduled interview last week.

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    Q&A: Skinny Puppy Video Director Jason Alacrity talks “illisiT” clip

    Influential horror-stained Industrial/electronic outfit Skinny Puppy pioneered the blending perverse performance art with abstract sonics smashed into dance-floor friendly structure. Throughout the 1980s right until present day, lyricist/frontman Nivek Ogre and aural architect cEvin Key have ensured that the visual component of SP mirrors the music, with a series of stage shows and video clips that are violent, sensual, surreal and often shocking.

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    Win a signed copy of MonsterMatt Patterson’s Cheeky “HA-HA! HORROR” Joke Book

    Punishing punster Monstermatt Patterson, the Man of a Thousand Bad Monster Jokes, has a new book out! It’s called HA-HA! HORROR, written and illustrated by him, and  published by Mystery & Horror LLC.  It clocks in with over 600 jokes and 26 illustrations, tailored to the terror fan who doesn’t take him or herself terribly seriously.

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    “DISCOPATH” Wins Big at Blood in the Snow 2013; Full Winners

    In only its second year, fledgling Canadian horror and fantasy film festival Blood in the Snow, which ran from November 29th to December 1st in Toronto at The Carlton Cinemas, drew in massive crowds and sell-out screenings. It was an unquestionable hit, and good on ‘em. But now that the snow has melted—literally in Toronto, the snow we got Friday turned to water today—festival director (and occasional FANGORIA scribe) Kelly Michael Stewart and his team of sick cinema loving Canuck’s have picked their favorites.

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    Blood in the Snow 2013: Zach Ramelan Talks Zombie Short, “DEAD RUSH”

    Premiering at Toronto-based and Fango and TIFF-approved Blood in the Snow Canadian Film Festival tomorrow as part of its short film program, is DEAD RUSH. Filmmaker Zach Ramelan’s breakneck first person zombie assault is a blood dripping bit of mayhem that is as much an exercise in terror as it is a textbook case how to get the biggest bang for your humble filmmaking buck. As the fest kicks into full gear tonight, FANGORIA pulled Ramelan aside to congratulate him and pick his still uneaten brain about making a monster movie that moves on a grocery bill budget.

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    Toronto: Top Five Flicks to Catch at Blood in the Snow 2013

    The second year of fledgling Canadian horror film festival BLOOD IN THE SNOW is upon us, running from Friday November 29th – December 1st in Toronto at the legendary Carlton Cinemas, nestled beside the now dormant Maple Leaf Gardens. The event is co-sponsored by FANGORIA, Anchor Bay Canada and endorsed by the Toronto International Film Festival. Within, there are plenty of diverse indie Northern fright features (and a cavalcade of dynamic shorts) to choose from in the lineup, but we’ve whittled the long list down to five of our favorites.

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