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  • Exclusive Video Premiere, Q&A: Anthrax unleashes “A Monster At The End”!

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    It’s hard to believe that Anthrax, one of the most successful bands to be born of the ’80s “thrash metal”-era, turns 35 this year.  Over the past three plus decades, Anthrax has sold over 10 million records worldwide.  In addition to classic albums like AMONG THE LIVING and PERSISTENCE OF TIME, Anthrax has branched out and recorded songs with bands like KISS and Public Enemy and has even worked with legendary director John Carpenter on the score for his film, GHOSTS OF MARS.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Host “THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab continue on their Silent Scream series with a look at Rupert Julian’s THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA! The petrifying pair examine the 1925 film, the original source novel, and Lon Chaney’s iconic FX make-up work. Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • “SEVEN TO ETERNITY #1” (Comic Book Review)

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    High end fantasy has always had a warm home next to horror ever since H.P. Lovecraft birthed Cthulhu on the unexpected populace of post war 1930’s. While he may not be the first to combine giant monsters and the unforgiving cosmos, he is certainly not the last, the most recent addition being SEVEN TO ETERNITY. The newest work from writer Rick Remender (BLACK SCIENCE, LOW), he has once again brought the infinite possibilities of star-traveled imagination to the pages of the four-paneled world. This time, he has focused on a world far from our eco-system where bizarre beasties and multi-legged creepies lurk at every corner and there is no escaping The God of Whispers. Evoking classic fantasy into a modern age, SEVEN TO ETERNITY starts with a bang and doesn’t let up.

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  • Why You Should Be Excited About Horror VR Studio Dark Corner!

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    You may be familiar with the Virtual Reality studio Dark Corner, as they were responsible for the VR horror short film CATATONIC, which was beloved at various festivals from SXSW to, most recently, BiFan. This writer has been a VR convert for a while now, having picked up the Oculus Rift DK2 some time back, more recently upgrading to the Consumer Version. While most of the more rewarding experiences I’ve had in VR have been with video games, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the film scene to catch up.

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  • Phenomenal Musical Zombie Short “WE TOGETHER” Will Move Your Body!

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    One of the more common threads in zombie mythology is the question of their humanity. If a person ceases to be, at the time of their death, what’s left when they’ve become reanimated? Do they retain any memories of their life, their personality? If so, is there a chance that they could, someday, become more than shambling, animalistic husks?

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “MONSTER PARTY” dances with Ripoffs & Wannabes!

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    On this week’s episode of MONSTER PARTY, hosts Matt Weinhold, Larry Strothe, Shawn Sheridan, and James Gonis are joined by BOB’S BURGERS actor/comedian Ron Lynch to talk about the many rip-offs and wannabes in horror & sci-fi history! From GHOULIES to MIGHTY JOE YOUNG to numerous controversial titles, MONSTER PARTY pulls no punches in this dissection of the similar, coattail-riding, and sometimes, outright plagiarized!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Catches Up With Contemporary Chillers!

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    For this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE, Darren & Mindy play catch up with a slew of contemporary chillers! The demonic duo go through LIGHTS OUT, GHOSTBUSTERS, PRIDE & PREJUDICE  & ZOMBIES, and SCOUTS GUIDE TO THE ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE!  Meanwhile, Darren updates about his role recording and editing for THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW podcast as well as the upcoming RANTS MACABRE merch!

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  • Some Severe Situations #2: “A Little Closure”

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    Wait a minute. Wait. Stop walking for a second and think about this. Sit down and think. Sit. Think. In their forty-odd years of operation, Harley’s Grill never served anything more elegant than a rack of ribs, yet today they were advertising “Chilean Sea Bass with Orange Mango White Wine Reduction.” You just saw it, written in that ugly teal marker on that dry-erase sandwich board they keep out front. Same putrid teal as always, but today it said “Special: Chilean Sea Bass with Orange Mango White Wine Reduction.” Seems like they even managed to spell it right, too. And that’s suspicious. You remember the time they were trying to raise money for the church with that hot dog stunt. “Fundraser for sant margrit’s church – frankfritter eating contest.” You laughed about that for weeks. So how the hell did they manage to spell “Chilean Sea Bass with Orange Mango White Wine Reduction” correctly? And where they hell did they learn to make “Chilean Sea Bass with Orange Mango White Wine Reduction?” The most sophisticated fruit in that sweatbox of a kitchen of theirs is maraschino cherries. And we’re not within a hundred miles of a lake, let alone a sea. And there’s no way in hell Harley’s Grill—that’s smelled faintly of urine and had a fly infestation since I can remember—started having quality seafood shipped in.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Open Up “THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab continue on their Silent Scream series with a look at THE CABINET OF DR. CALIGARI! The petrifying pair examine the film as the pinnacle of German Expressionist filmmaking and discuss its layered, thematic story, which includes denouncing rigid authority and conformity, as well as duality. Furthermore, you can check out Tab’s new horror film blog inspired by Kier-La Janisse’s HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN HERE.

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  • “DREAD: A HEAD FULL OF BAD DREAMS” (Book Review)

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    Reading DREAD: A HEAD FULL OF BAD DREAMS is my very first experience with the small publisher Grey Matter Press — and let me tell you, I cannot wait to read more. DREAD: A HEAD FULL OF BAD DREAMS was born from the publisher’s decision to let readers choose the stories from their catalog, and it was a pretty good move. The book is packed with 20 tales and 339 pages of short horror fiction, plus ads and images for other anthologies and novels from some of the best horror writers working today. Just two stories in, I was hooked.

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