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    MISKATONIC INSTITUTE UK: Virginie Selavy and S&M in ’60s and ’70s Cinema

    Interview conducted by Heather Buckley and Chris Alexander.

    Author, scholar, programmer, former FANGORIA web editor and all-around strange cinema visionary Kier-La Janisse also served as the mastermind behind the Miskatonic Institute for Horror Studies which originated in Montreal and now, has spread its tendrils overseas, specifically London, where Janisse currently focuses all of her creative energy ensuring that the syllabus is up to snuff.

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    Falls Horror Fest Offers Ultimate “FRIDAY THE 13th” Experience

    Awesome Canadian pop culture fan event Niagara Falls Comic-Con and its FANGORIA co-presented horror component, the FALLS HORROR FEST, will be rolling out on June XXX in beautiful Niagara Falls, Canada and will feature such celebs as Elvira, THE WALKING DEAD’s Scott Wilson, DAWN OF THE DEAD’S Ken Foree, genre film legend Charles Band and many more…

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    “COURTNEY CRUMRIN: TALES OF A WARLOCK” (Comic Book Review)

    Though the adventures of young Miss Courtney Crumrin have come to an end with the previous release of COURTNEY CRUMRIN: THE FINAL SPELL, it doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of other stories to the Crumrin universe. The newest volume, TALES OF A WARLOCK, further explores the dark corners of the magical world, this time featuring Courtney’s uncle Aloysius in his younger days as a wizard. Exploding with political intrigue, shadowy secrets, and of course, a heaping amount of magic, this is the series for fans who are interested in a more adult take on Courtney Crumrin. That’s not to say that just because the previous volumes focused on a pre-teen protagonist that they were any less appealing (earning itself the coveted ‘all-ages’ tag vs. the limiting ‘young reader’), but it’s welcome insight into the enemies that Aloysius hinted throughout the series as well as a fun peak into his early life.

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    L.A.! Creature Features to Host Star-studded “FANGORIA: COVER TO COVER” Signing This Sunday!

    Los Angeles! FANGORIA is teaming up with CREATURE FEATURES (the fantastic horror sci-fi collectibles store) in Burbank to host a signing of our new FANGORIA: COVER TO COVER book from Cemetery Dance Publishing! The signing will take place on March 15th from 1 – 3 p.m. and will feature FANGORIA writers along with a cavalcade of genre notables!

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    “NOTHING LASTING” (E-Book Review)

    With a story centering around a small town harboring a demented secret, Glen Krisch’s NOTHING LASTING is a fast-paced, disturbing, and extremely frustrating glimpse into how trapped someone can become when surrounded by the wrong people. But even though NOTHING LASTING’s literal horror is an unsolved case of missing children over that resurfaces as more seem to disappear, the real horror comes from witnessing how easily the main character transitioned from an innocent 12-year-old boy to someone whose life would forever be weighed down by a guilty conscience, stemming from a toxic relationship with someone he could not escape.

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    Toys of Terror #44

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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    Announcing the FANGORIA Monster Box, with Four FANGORIA #1’s in the Mix!!!

    For hardcore FANGORIA fans, there’s few chilling collectibles as desirable as the ever-sought FANGORIA #1! Usually selling for over $150 per issue on auction websites, the rare issue is an essentially piece of FANGORIA history, and was the beginning of a 35+ year legacy that continues to this day. And now, you’ll have a chance to have a quality FANGORIA #1 of your own, and only for the low price of $20!

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    L.A.: FANGO & Secret Sixteen Present One-Night-Only Screening of “PIRANHA: THE ULTIMATE EDITION”

    Los Angeles, lend us your ears and eyes! FANGORIA and SECRET SIXTEEN are teaming up to screen a one-of-a-kind cut of Joe Dante’s 1978 PIRANHA at Jumpcut Café (13203 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604) on Friday, March 13th! FANGORIA’s Rebekah McKendry and SECRET SIXTEEN’s Mike Williamson will be on hand to give away some great prizing and host a post-screening Q&A with star Belinda Balaski. And this one-night-only screening is unlike any PIRANHA screening before it, as we will be showing a super rare 16mm film print featuring extra footage not in the theatrical version!
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    Canada: Hamilton’s Fright Night Theatre Presents Short Horror Flicks on Saturday!

    FANGORIA’s favorite Canadian based screening series, Fright Night Theatre in the sinister Hamilton, Ontario (birth and death place of DARK SHADOWS legend Jonathan Frid!), presents a premiere-studded night of horrific and hilarious international horror short films this Saturday night at The Elaine Mae Theatre. Fright Theatre’s ongoing program offers a freaky and fun spotlight on local and international filmmakers working in the fields of cinematography, animation, special effects, makeup, and script-writing.

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    Event Report: “CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST” in 35mm at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers with Robert Kerman Q&A

    Over the past week, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers has served as host for several awesome events for horror hounds. This past thursday, they hosted a screening of Blue Underground’s 4K restoration of Larry Cohen’s bonkers NY horror GOD TOLD ME TO, and a day later, offered fright fans a chance to see Brian De Palma’s perverse REAR WINDOW homage BODY DOUBLE. But the Alamo’s top tier horror event was none other than Saturday’s 35mm screening of the ever-controversial CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (sponsored by Mondo and Chiller), with star Robert Kerman in attendance for a candid post-screening Q&A.

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    The 2015 Rondo Hatton Award Nominations Announced

    For horror fans, there are few rewards as humbling as the Rondo Hatton Award, the crowning award for any and all purveyors of classic horror. And while FANGORIA has won Rondo’s in the past, including for our excellent Roger Corman cover from 2013, fate found FANGORIA extraordinarily fruitful this year, as the 2015 Rondo nominations were announced earlier today with FANGO racking up eight nominations!

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    NY! Meet “SNOWPIERCER” Director Bong Joon-ho at the Jacob Burns Film Center this March!

    Any horror hound worth their weight in fandom knows that one of the top contributors to chilling cinema in the world is South Korea. Bringing to the fray directors such as Park Chan-wook and Kim Ji-woon, horror filmmaking has become a mastered craft in South Korea, especially so when the lines of genre become blurred. And luckily for NY-based fright fans, you’ll get a chance to meet one of the strongest Korean genre filmmakers of them all, as SNOWPIERCER director Bong Joon-ho will be making his way to the Big Apple for a retrospective series at the Jacob Burns Film Center!

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