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    Win Classic Hammer Horror, Christopher Lee Vinyl from Dust Bug Records

    40 years ago, as the legendary Hammer studios was in decline, they steered the release of a fine slab of vinyl horror in their “Hammer Presents Dracula with Christopher Lee”, a shuddery spoken word epic telling a tale of the good Count narrated by his greatest screen essayer, complete with nightmarish stereo sound effects. 

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    “TALES FROM THE CRYPT / VAULT OF HORROR” (Scream Factory Blu Review)

    Find us a scarier film than Freddie Francis’ Amicus-financed 1972 omnibus TALES FROM THE CRYPT, we dare you. Alright, maybe that’s a bold and fruitless dare, as fear is subjective and certainly there are other pictures that go into darker recesses of the mind. But from its first frames to its invasive final shot, this classic British creeper offers an unrelenting study in the art of the macabre. 

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    FANGORIA Musick: SciFiSol’s “303’s&BRIDES” Now Available on Limited Edition CD!

    FANGORIA’s own, in-house digital download label, FANGORIA Musick is revving up to announce some new artists and some exciting new features. We’re starting with the news that one of our most exciting acts, the evil electro band SciFiSol, has just released their first FANGORIA Musick album “303’s&BRIDES” on hard copy, gorgeously designed compact disc. 

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  • “ROCKY HORROR” Royalty Joins Falls Horror Fest

    As we announced last week, FANGORIA will once more be a presence at Canada’s massive Niagara Falls Comic-Con and its horror component, The Falls Horror Fest. The show will run June 5, 6 & 7 in Niagara Falls, Canada and will feature more than 5,000 square feet of horror celebrities, vendors, rare memorabilia, free Q&As and seminars, appearances by FANGORIA staffers and more!

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    Win a Copy of Terrifying Lovecraft Feature, “THE THING ON THE DOORSTEP”

    Adapting the moody, foreboding works of iconic writer H.P Lovecraft to cinema is not easy and even the finest efforts, like the works of director Stuart Gordon, tend to be somewhat irreverent in their approach. But director Tom Gliserman’s adaptation of Lovecraft’s THE THING ON THE DOORSTEP (out now from MVD) is bang on: a very scary, beautifully made indie feature that perfectly captures that suffocating sense of dread that works so well on the printed page and offers excellent turns from its relatively unknown cast. It’s a tale of murder, hypnotism and – naturally – madness that trades is atmosphere as opposed to gratuitous shock. 

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  • Horror Poet Bryan Thao Worra Takes Book of the Year

    One thing that rarely gets covered in FANGORIA is poetry. This is perhaps because there are so few working professional poets left and even fewer who cite the horror genre as their muse of choice. That’s why we feel it’s news that the Science Fiction Poetry Association just announced that Laotian writer Bryan Thao Worra’s book of poetry, DEMONSTRA has won the 2014 Elgin Award for Book of the Year. 

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    Q&A: New Zealand’s David Blyth Talks “GHOST BRIDE”

    New Zealand-based director David Blyth (WOUND) is well known for making grisly, uncompromising horror features that turn stomachs and bend minds. But his latest is a radical departure. Out last month from Midnight Releasing, GHOST BRIDE (written and directed by Blyth) is a meditative, sensual and romantic ghost story telling the tale of a Chinese immigrant named Michael who falls into an arranged marriage with a long dead woman named May Ling. When Michael’s true love tries to steal him back, May Ling quickly proves that old adage, ‘Hell hath no fury like a dead woman scorned’. 

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    FANGORIA Premiere: Canadian Short Horror/Comedy “SPOOKSLAYERS”

    Toronto filmmaker Michael Pereira is on the cusp of premiering his latest short genre film, THE RESURRECTIONS OF CLARENCE NEVELDINE next week at the 2014 Blood in the Snow Film Festival. To honor the occasion, FANGORIA spotlights the director with the online premiere of his previous film, the festival fave SPOOKSLAYERS.

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