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  • Max Brooks: Welcome to “THE EXTINCTION PARADE,” Part One

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    Author Max Brooks can’t keep his hands off dead things. After crafting the best-selling books THE ZOMBIE SURVIVAL GUIDE and WORLD WAR Z (the blockbuster movie version of the latter now on disc), Brooks once again turns to the living dead with THE EXTINCTION PARADE, a 12-part comic-book series from Avatar Press. But there’s a big difference in this latest ghoulish romp: Brooks pits his zombies against vampires! In this exclusive interview, Brooks, who’s attending New York Comic Con this weekend, talks about the creation of THE EXTINCTION PARADE. In part two next week, the son of Mel delivers a postmortem on WORLD WAR Z.

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  • Remembering Philip Nutman (1963-2013)

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    Last night, October 7, FANGORIA lost one of the greatest and most significant contributors in its 34 year history. Former Fango British correspondent Philip Nutman—author, screenwriter, comic-book scribe, actor, etc.—died at an Atlanta hospital after being taken off life support. The circumstances of Phil’s passing from organ failure are so deeply troubling and sad, that I’m doing my best to overcome these horrible feelings inside by remembering the good times we spent together, and the legacy Phil has left us.

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  • “STALLED”: Toilet humor meets toilet horror

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    From the creators of the British slasher spoof FREAK OUT comes another genre terror tease, the zombies-in-the-bathroom mini-epic STALLED. Director Christian James and writer/star Dan Palmer have crafted a riotous zombie film that hits a few theatrical markets from Uncork’d Entertainment in the weeks ahead, and debuts on VOD next month. Dallas moviegoers can check out the film for free at the Alamo Drafthouse on October 3 (see here for details). In the meantime, James offers his thoughts (along with exclusive pics) on STALLED below.

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  • FANGO Flashback: “THE WICKER MAN” (1973)

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    “The [WICKER MAN] negative has disappeared and has never been found,” Christopher Lee told me over tea in November 1992. “I wanted to recut the picture, to put in a lot of things that we shot and take out some of the scenes that were in the film. That negative, those outtakes, have never been seen again. Never. I happen to believe they were hidden. [WICKER MAN producer] Peter Snell says he was shown a hole in a road with a lot of cans of film in it, and they said amongst those cans of films was THE WICKER MAN negative…If I could lay my hands on that film now, and we could recut it, it would be a masterpiece.”

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  • FREE FANGORIA Screening of UK zombie flick “STALLED” in Dallas!

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    Don’t go in the bathroom! There are zombies in there! FANGORIA will be hosting a free advance screening of the UK horror comedy STALLED in Dallas, Texas on Thursday, October 3 at 7 pm! From the creators of the festival fave FREAK OUT (director Christian James and screenwriter Dan Palmer), STALLED—about a poor janitor stuck in a public toilet during a zombie apocalypse—won raves at its London FrightFest premiere last month. See below on how to get your tickets!

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  • FANGORIA Presents acquires Spanish shocker “OMNIVORES”

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    FANGORIA Presents has acquired writer/director Óscar Rojo’s Spanish cannibalism shocker OMNIVORES for U.S. distribution, with Video on Demand play slated to begin everywhere on October 1. Shot in Madrid, OMNIVORES follows a food critic who goes undercover at a secret society that serves people on the menu (see below for more detailed synopsis).

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  • FANGORIA Presents: See “SIN REAPER” for Free on Hulu!

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    The scares just keep on comin’! As you may know, FANGORIA Presents has added powerhouse Hulu to its growing list of platform partners, and best of all, you can see our monstrous movies for free there! SIN REAPER, the third Fango title to officially go live on Hulu (joining AXED and ENTITY), can be watched now right here. The old-school slasher flick is also available for free on Hulu Plus for Hulu subscribers.

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  • FANGORIA Presents: “CORPSING” final artwork revealed!

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    Talk about a bizarre love story. That’s the angle of artist/painter Vincent Castiglia’s final artwork for CORPSING, our next FANGORIA Presents release. In an online poll, Fango fans chose Castiglia (see news here) to design the look for Fango’s CORPSING, which will be available on Video on Demand everywhere August 6 (see details here). What do you think?

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  • FANGO Flashback: “ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK” (1981)

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    Tired of waiting for John Carpenter to step behind the camera again? Weary of all those pathetic remakes of the master of horror’s greatest works? Then experience theatrically for yourself Carpenter in his prime as the filmmaker’s ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK begins a week-long engagement in a new, pristine high-def DCP format at New York City’s IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at 3rd Street; 212-924-7771) from Friday, July 19 through Thursday, July 25. Expect to see more cities play host to ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK all year long from Rialto Pictures.

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  • FANGORIA Presents: “CORPSING” Competition winner announced!

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    The votes are in, and the Fangorians have chosen! Artist/painter Vincent Castiglia (pictured, above) has won the CORPSING Competition in our online poll and will design the artwork for our next FANGORIA Presents release. CORPSING will be available on Video on Demand everywhere August 6 (see details here), and Castiglia’s final artwork will be unveiled shortly right here.

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  • FANGORIA Presents: See “AXED” for Free on Hulu!

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    FANGORIA Presents has now added the Internet content powerhouse Hulu to its growing list of platform partners, and best of all, you can see our monstrous movies for free there! AXED, the first Fango title to officially go live on Hulu, can be watched now right here. The British fright flick is also available for free on Hulu Plus for Hulu subscribers.

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