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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Joe & Pat open up “TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE: THE MOVIE” on “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL”

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    Now with its second month currently at its end, the WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL podcast is back once again to offer another irreverent commentary track to a streaming fright flick. With HELLRAISER, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, CHILDREN OF THE CORN and SCREAM under their belt, Joe DeRosa and Patrick Walsh have brought their hilarious rapport, respectful roasting and off-the-wall perspectives to the world of horror. And this week, Joe & Pat get more bang for their buck when they watch John Harrison’s multi-tiered cult classic TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE: THE MOVIE!

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  • FANGORIA #344, Featuring Our Elvira Cover, Now on Sale!

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    A few weeks back, FANGORIA offered our fans the first look at FANGORIA #344, featuring the one and only Cassandra Peterson as her eerie alter ego, Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, on her very first FANGO cover. Hell, the only thing more impressive than the timeless beauty on the cover was the gruesome goodies that lay inside the magazine, including features on TALES FROM HALLOWEEN, COOTIES, Crade of Filth and much, much more. And now with the magazine on its way to subscribers, Chris Alexander’s final editorial effort of FANGORIA is now available for pre-order at the FANGORIA Store!

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  • “ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: GENESIS” (Comic Book Review)

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    Marvel and DC have paved the way for comic companies to release simultaneous first issues of comics that are centered on a universal event. Whether it’s the monumental event of DC’s New 52 that followed the Infinite Crisis storyline a few years ago or just Marvel wanting unite all their characters under one timeline later this fall, it’s become fairly common to see multiple characters and story arcs starting over all at once. But what happens when a brand new, interconnected universe is launched by ten different comics with ten different stories? Double Take’s newest work ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: GENESIS is what happens.

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  • Toys of Terror #71

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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: Check Out New Episodes of “THE HORROR SHOW” & “THE RANTS MACABRE”!

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    Rounding out their first month on the FANGORIA Podcast Network, THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE return this week to offer their unique insights into the genre that scares us so! On one hand, THE HORROR SHOW test their mettle and burn their brain cells with a Z-grade monster flick. On the other hand, Darren and Mindy depart from their Hammer examination to search for fright on the final frontier. In any case, both episodes highlight the best of both shows, making this week’s free new episodes essential listening for any self-respecting horror hound.

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  • Q&A: Comics vet Jeff McComsey talks “ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD”

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    To longtime lovers of horror comics, Jeff McComsey is a name known all too well. An acclaimed one-two punch of illustrator and writer, McComsey has become a staple of chilling graphic novels with his work on AMERICAN TERROR, FUBAR and now, Double Take’s ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. And with the latter series expanding upon George A. Romero’s seminal scare flick, McComsey spoke to FANGORIA about filling Romero’s shoes, recreating Barbra and Johnny, and in what disturbing direction ULTIMATE NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD will twist history…

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune in to the new “MONSTER PARTY”, Dinohorror Edition!

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    If the $1.65 billion box office draw of JURASSIC WORLD is any indication, people still go crazy for dinosaurs. The creatures that once dominated the Earth 65+ million years ago have since become the fascination of many creature features in the past 90 years, with sci-fi and horror fans both attesting to the lasting power of these behemoths on the big screen. And on this week’s installment of the MONSTER PARTY podcast, our four conquistadors of chilling cinema are joined by Frank Woodward and Frank Dietz of the Damn Dirty Geeks podcast to talk all things Dinohorror!

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  • NYC! BBQ Films to offer NYCC “BLADE” Blood Rave & Interactive Experience with The Crystal Method!

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    There’s no denying that getting horror hounds to their local theater has been a chore as of late; there’s a reason studios have been wary of giving a horror film any budget whatsoever. So, as a result, exhibitors, festivals and event organizers have found business in bringing the cinematic language to audiences outside of the theaters, with interactive experiences providing new, cutting edge transmedia. One of the companies who are truly showcasing the future of entertainment is the aptly titled NYC-based BBQ Films, who have constructed events that not only work as parties inside the realm of a specific film, but also double as an interactive theatrical experience. And now, BBQ Films have their first, and likely not last, horror film experience just in time for New York Comic Con as they are putting together the Blood Rave from the opening sequence of BLADE!

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  • Exclusive Video: FANGORIA goes to Wakaliwood!

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    In May 2015, Fangoria scribe David Bertrand made the brave/foolish decision to fly to “Wakaliwood”, Uganda – home of Ramon Film Productions, Uganda’s one and only DIY action film studio. Expecting to meet filmmaker Nabwana IGG and his armada of kung fu commandos (the team behind such incredible and insane action-packed, one-of-a-kind minor masterpieces of DIY cinema such as WHO KILLED CAPTAIN ALEX? UGANDA’S FIRST ACTION MOVIE) Bertrand discovered instead, to his delight and terror, that the Wakaliwood crew were preparing to film Uganda’s first horror film: EATEN ALIVE IN UGANDA.

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  • Exclusive First Poster: Ken Hanley’s Monster Self-Help Book, “THE I IN EVIL”

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    With a little over a month before it sinks its fangs upon unsuspecting readers, FANGORIA.com Managing Editor Ken Hanley’s satirical, horror-centric send-up of self-help books THE I IN EVIL has been building buzz as a terror title to watch. With brand new illustrations from Marvel/DC Comics alumni Adam Wallenta (which you can see HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE) as well as the official cover and the book’s tie-in screening of SILVER BULLET at Mile High Horror 2015, FANGORIA is now excited to reveal the very first poster for the book from acclaimed horror artist Kevin Spencer!

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  • Announcement: “FANGORIA MUSICK COLLECTION, NO. 1” to hit 09/23, featuring New, Exclusive Tracks!

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    With FANGORIA #343 (guest edited by HANNIBAL mastermind Bryan Fuller) flying off shelves and the fandom behind FANGORIA’s burgeoning Podcast Network growing by the day, this fall promises to bring some truly exciting developments here at FANGORIA Entertainment. However, fans of our eerie and developing digital record label will be thrilled to hear that FANGORIA Musick will be taking the leap to physical media for the very first time NEXT WEEK with the release of FANGORIA MUSICK COLLECTION NO. 1, featuring exclusive brand new tracks from FANGORIA Musick artists!

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