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  • Event Report: GWAR-B-Q 2015!

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    Truth be told, I never sleep well the night before a big trip. That childlike spirit of excitement offers a dose of unrelenting restlessness and next thing you know, it’s 2 hours before you have leave and you haven’t slept a wink. And while most times I’d be chastising myself for being dumb enough to not have invested in a sleeping pill or the like, this time I gave myself a little more leeway: I don’t often get out to music festivals, and the last time I did was the first (and unfortunately last) time I had seen our upcoming headliner: GWAR.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW” is here! Episode 1 Now Available!

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    Last month, FANGORIA announced the addition of Clay McLeod Chapman’s esteemed and acclaimed stage show THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW to our Podcast Network, joining the likes of Bailey Jay’s BLOOD LUST, MONSTER PARTY, WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL, THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE. Now, FANGORIA’s second original podcast is here, as THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW masterminds Clay McLeod Chapman and Hanna Cheek bring one of Clay’s most eerie tales to life with our very first episode, “B-Side”!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Joe & Pat Pay Tribute to Wes Craven with a “SCREAM”!

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    With three episodes under its belt, the WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL podcast has been delivering hilarious commentaries to classic fright films available via instant streaming. Whether it’s examining Stephen King adaptations in CHILDREN OF THE CORN, Julia’s switchblade romance in HELLRAISER or the similarities between A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and PAPER BOY, Joe and Pat have brought their irreverent humor and horror fandom together to make FANGORIA’s first original podcast a memorable one. Luckily, this week is no different, as WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL pays tribute to the late, great Wes Craven with their commentary for SCREAM, which is currently streaming on Netflix Instant!

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  • Toys of Terror #69

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    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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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: New Episodes of “THE HORROR SHOW” and “THE RANTS MACABRE” Are Here!

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    After their introduction on the FANGORIA Podcast Network last week, THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE are back for more! Continuing their discussions on monster movies and Hammer Horror, respectively, you can check out the latest episodes of THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE below…

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  • Event Report: “ALLELUIA! THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL” Roadshow in NYC!

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    Make no mistake: fans of THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL are the real deal. Arriving nearly an hour before doors were supposed to open, I discovered a line that went around a building and, knowing that reaching the box office would be a futile effort, found a spot among the crowd. About 15 minutes later, the line pulled around the corner, revealing an even longer line in the pit near the entrance of the Beekman theater. Fans were in costume, many more adorning DEVIL’S CARNIVAL apparel and all of whom seemed to be buzzing with excitement.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune in to “MONSTER PARTY”, Sci-Fi Villains Edition with comedian Fred Belford!

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    As many great villains as the horror genre has given us over the years, this writer feels its fair to say that science fiction has delivered equally good- if not better– maniacal madmen over the years. While longtime STARLOG readers can attest to the lasting power of Khan Noonien Singh, Darth Vader and Roy Batty, there are many more sci-fi villains that film fans know and love, and there are even some that we love to hate. And on this week’s edition of MONSTER PARTY, our heroic hosts and writer/comedian Fred Belford take on the best (and worst) villains in sci-fi history!

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  • “THE TRAP” (Book Review)

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    By its very nature, the eco-horror film is capable of doing something remarkably distinct and at the same time incredibly admirable: it informs its audience that man’s mistreatment, malicious degradation and neglect of his environment can result in the disastrous and the horrific. Films such as THE PACK, PROPHECY, FROGS and KINGDOM OF THE SPIDERS explore varied concerns regarding animal abuse and the dire effects of pollution and the unhealthy results of human influence. Tapping into the rich theme of the natural order being systematically attacked and distorted by opportunistic and unsympathetic human beings is a new book entitled THE TRAP written by actress-turned-writer/animal activist Robin Lamont (GODSPELL, HE KNOWS YOU’RE ALONE).

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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend 2016: McHattie Announced, Premium Passes Available 09/05!

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    Last month, FANGORIA was proud to share with horror hounds the impressive first guests for the 2016 Texas Frightmare Weekend, which has so far included Kane Hodder, George A. Romero, Tony Todd, Mitch Pileggi and Gerrit Graham. However, as the official sponsor of TFW2016, FANGORIA is excited to share the latest guest addition and pass sale for the Southwest’s Premiere Horror Convention!

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  • “PIXU: THE MARK OF EVIL” (Comic Book Review)

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    Slow burning comics aren’t very common in our world of Disney-owned Marvel and re-hashed ’80s franchises. Demands for bigger, better, and faster works often times force story build up to fall on the way side, leaving a flashy but ultimately forgettable comic (though with the price of comic books, who can blame them?). Of course, that’s what the indie and creator-owned comic market is for. While PIXU: THE MARK OF EVIL is not necessarily an independent work, it delves deep in the well of small press creativity, crafting a work that is more focused on atmosphere than chucking ideas on a wall and seeing what sticks. What it accomplishes is a heavy, dark work about the evils that lurk in us all and houses that are forced to watch.

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  • True Grue: Marshall Applewhite and the Tragedy of Heaven’s Gate

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    Welcome to “True Grue,” a weekly article that dives into real life, harrowing horrors. For the interest of good taste, this graphic feature aims not to be exploitative, but rather informative, and rest assured, there are many different territories that will be strictly off-limits. But for those with a hungry mind and a strong stomach, read on at your own discretion…

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  • Exclusive Q&A: The Dark World of Singer Jenny Hval

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    To adore horror is to appreciate all the places it hides. And in the abstract, bizarre work of musician/performer/artist Jenny Hval, her very essence speaks of all things dark, beautiful and cinematic. The multi-disciplinary Norwegian singer has been a composer of raw, jagged, abstract and thoroughly challenging pop noise for years now, making violent and exotic deconstructions of traditional rock music that are as painful as they are confounding as they are disturbing.

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