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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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    WIN A “STEALTH PINHEAD” REPLICA FROM FULL MOON

    It’s Halloween and the madmen from Full Moon are blowing out all of their DVD’s and Blu-rays at prices ranging from $6.66 for DVD and $9.99 for Blu-ray. That’s everything. All of the PUPPETMASTER flicks, SUBSPECIES, TOURIST TRAP, HEAD OF THE FAMILY. The whole evil enchilada.

    And to get fans excited, they’ve given us a full size “Stealth Pinhead” PUPPETMASTER replica toy to giveaway to one lucky reader.

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  • Have a Look at the Totally NSFW Trailer for the “VAMPYRES” Remake

    Jose Larraz’s 1974 UK/Spanish sex and death shocker VAMPYRES is one of the greatest Euro-erotic horror films of all time and the idea of remaking such a gem of gritty, sensual gem is unthinkable. But Spanish director Victor Matellano (WAX) not only thought about it, he did it. After a year in production, Matellano’s VAMPYRES is done and FANGORIA has the first look at its ultra-hot and super bloody trailer! 

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    “WHY HORROR?” (Toronto After Dark Review)

    Full disclosure: this writer is actually in — albeit briefly —Toronto journo and ardent horror fan Tal Zimerman’s new globe-trotting doc WHY HORROR? which might muddy my critical perception. Or not. The film, which is having its Canadian premiere at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival tonight (reportedly a sold out show, but you can try your last minute luck by storming the Scotiabank Theatre gates), sports a who’s who of terror’s most celebrated talking heads, from John Carpenter to George A. Romero to Alexandre Aja to Steve Niles, all collected in an on-camera investigation into why people watch horror films. 

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    TIFF Q&A: Producer Jan Harlan Remembers Kubrick’s “EYES WIDE SHUT”

    This Halloween, the fine folks at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) are taking over their central nerve center, the TIFF Bell Lightbox, to honor the legacy of legendary filmmaker Stanley Kubrick with a multi-tier exhibit featuring rare photographs and letters, original props and costumes, screenplays, production materials, and cameras from the director’s nearly 50-year career. 

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  • Sleaze Classic “SATAN’S CHILDREN” 40th Anniversary Screening in Florida

    If you’ve never seen the riotously exploiative 1974 horror/cult classic SATAN’S CHILDREN, then you are incomplete as a human being. It’s as simple as that. The greasy, homoerotic and yet at the same time ridiculously homophobic flick (famously available as the second half of the ASYLUM OF SATAN DVD from Something Weird Video) is about as insane and operatically inept as they come and, though admired by a dedicated legion of C-movie enthusiasts, it’s always been an anomaly; a fascinating, wrong-headed and totally compelling one shot. 

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    FANGORIA’s Ken Hanley Pens New Book, “THE I IN EVIL”

    Readers of both FANGORIA magazine and especially Fangoria.com (as well as our sister website Starlog.com) know the name Ken Hanley. Ken started as an intern with Fango some years back and has parlayed his passion for strange cinema into a prominent role writing and co-editing our sites, as well as contributing to a myriad other publications.

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    Toronto: Win Tix to See Gala Screening of “WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS” at ImagineNATIVE

    One of the most celebrated and diverse film festivals in Toronto is the ImagineNATIVE fest, a film and media arts festival that celebrates the film, video, radio and new media works of indigenous people. The four-day festival includes screenings of films by national and international aboriginals that speak to various cultural and social events.  

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