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    Limited Edition “AMERICA HAUNTS” Magazine now on sale!

    Earlier this summer we announced our upcoming AMERICA HAUNTS special issue, a full-color FANGORIA salute to the country’s most terrifying scary attractions prepared exclusively for the America Haunts association—the stamp of approval for the scariest spookhouses out there. The magazine is now on sale, but we are ONLY selling 1500 copies here on our website. After that, you have to get down to one of the participating HAUNTS to get one before its gone for good!

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    “TALES OF HOT ROD HORROR #2″ (Comic Review)

    Be it possessed autos looking for vengeance or a hitchhiker horror story, cars have long been a safe go to for chilling tales. TALES OF HOT ROD HORROR takes that classic formula and spins it for a new generation of readers, bringing in artists and writers from all over the industry to participate. Taking cues from vintage horror comics, the work is a collection of short tales focusing on cars and the open road masterminded by writer Devon Devereaux. With the first volume having already been out for a couple years, the second one has finally hit shelves thanks to a successful Kickstarter Campaign.

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    “NOTHIN’ TO LOSE – THE MAKING OF KISS (1972-1975)” (Book Review)

    Last year, FANGORIA published the official KISS Monster Magazine (issue #1 is still available in our store here, while the 3D issue #2 is sold out) and it’s no secret that this writer/editor is obsessed with but two things: horror movies and yes, KISS. It was a fixation that locked in preschool, and it was seeing Gene Simmons with fangs, leather, metal and bat wings on the cover of 1977’s LOVE GUN that drew me to Dracula. After the swoon of discovering garish and bloody perversions of gothic horror ebbed, I later fell in love with KISS’ patented brand of trashy 70’s rock n’roll and it’s that adoration of Paul Stanley’s scream and Simmons’s stomping, spitting persona that I’ve carried with me and will keep close to my heart until I die, whenever that may be.

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    Badass Digest takes a look at our monthly Dead Right Horror Trivia Night in L.A.

    I don’t live in L.A. Many friends do, however. Some of those friends include my colleague here at FANGORIA, Rebekah McKendry, Shock Till You Drop Managing Editor Ryan Turek and Badass Digest writer Brian Collins and extends to the larger circle of admirers and creators of the macabre they run in. Thus, the third Thursday of every month is a bit envy-inducing. That’s when a mix of fierce competition, totally wizard team names, prizes and shared enthusiasm create Rebekah and Ryan’s beast, Dead Right Horror Trivia Night.

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    Clive Barker’s “THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL” (Stage Review)

    Written before he explored his own vision of hell’s god, Leviathan, in THE HELLBOUND HEART, Clive Barker’s 1980 play THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL focuses on the underworld’s more traditional Judeo-Christian figurehead, Lucifer. Montreal’s Title 66 Productions, in conjunction in the Fantasia film festival, conjured up a new production of Barker’s work for three nights earlier this month, seeking to answer the question: Is there sympathy for Satan?

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