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    Exclusive FANGORIA Musick Premiere: Kardiac’s “The Cleanser” Music Video

    For those unfamiliar, FANGORIA has been keeping close tabs on horrorcore artist Kardiac, who recently signed with FANGORIA Musick to release his latest album, IN THE PERIPHERAL. Now, FANGORIA has the first ever official music video from a FANGORIA Musick album, as we exclusively debut the premiere single from IN THE PERIPHERAL, entitled “The Cleanser.”

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    ANNOUNCEMENT: FANGORIA Introduces $6.66 Sale for more than 40 Back & Specialty Issues

    Following our recent half-off subscription sale, FANGORIA noticed a surprising amount of comments from our new subscribers mentioning that it had been years since they last subscribed to our fright rag. And while our back issues are largely a collectible item, not only great for reading but also for conventions and horror street cred, FANGORIA wants to help bridge the gap between horror past and present, cutting our prices by over 50% for our June $6.66 sale!

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    Toys of Terror #55

    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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    “BALLISTIC” (Comic Book Review)

    Subtlety can be a fragile thing. With some forms of storytelling, depending on the tale that’s being told, it could be an artist’s greatest ally, helping plant the seeds to a gradual reveal or hide some incredible character traits that become integral to the plot by the third act. However, for some stories, the absence of subtlety can be inappropriate in execution especially when paired against action and characters who benefit from the colorful and explicit. And in extreme cases such as Adam Egypt Mortimer and Darick Robertson’s BALLISTIC, subtlety is almost nowhere to be seen because the name of the game is cacophony and insanity, which BALLISTIC plays effortlessly.

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    “FIGHT CLUB 2″ (Comic Book Review)

    In this era of sequels, prequels, and re-makes, many are left wondering if every big franchise really needs to be revisited and forced to birth another media-frenzied child when the original was perfect all on its own. While some, like MAD MAX: FURY ROAD, successfully float to the top and rake in that sweet fandom money, others, such as POLTERGEIST, crash-and-burn before they even left the launch pad.

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    Toys of Terror #54

    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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    Larry Fessenden & Graham Reznick’s “UNTIL DAWN” Video Game Announces Release Date, Cast

    While survival horror has long dominated the video game landscape, not many horror games have been able to capture the essence of genre cinema, instead wielding in splattery combat or repetitive puzzle challenges. And the horror games that have come close, such as the WALKING DEAD episodes vial Telltale, don’t necessarily carry the realistic graphics or scope that the titans of survival horror emphatically showcase. However, it seems that there’s one horror video game hitting Playstation 4 later this year that looks like the closest thing to an interactive horror film to date, and it’s not much surprise that it comes from the twisted minds of Glass Eye Pix’s Larry Fessenden and Graham Reznick: UNTIL DAWN!

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    Toronto! HORROR-RAMA adds “LAND OF THE DEAD” actor Eugene Clark!

    HORROR-RAMA, the two-day fan event that celebrated its inaugural year last October in Toronto to great acclaim, returns again… bigger, bloodier and weirder than ever! The show, the brainchild of SUSPECT Video owner Luis Ceriz and FANGORIA/GOREZONE editor Chris Alexander, will run for two days– October 17th and 18th– in Toronto at the elegant Hyatt Regency hotel, located right in the heart of downtown Toronto beside film culture hub TIFF Bell Lightbox. More vendors. More space. More guests. More fun…

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    Stanley Film Festival: Director Adam Egypt Mortimer on “SOME KIND OF HATE” and “BALLISTIC”

    After having experienced the gripping and gruesome neo-slasher SOME KIND OF HATE firsthand, this writer was excited to hear that the film was acquired so soon after it’s world premiere at the Stanley Film Festival. Yet the news wasn’t exactly the most surprising update either; the film showed clear, confident direction from a director who clearly understands (and subverts) the cinematic language of horror. And on the eve of the film’s premiere and the release of his absolutely bonkers graphic novel, BALLISTIC, FANGORIA sat down with Mortimer in the notoriously Stanley Hotel to talk about his disturbing directorial debut and touched upon his work both on screen and on the page…

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    FANGO Flashback: “TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE, SEASON 1″

    For all of the people in the world who follow each little step the technological world takes, especially in the way of consuming media, it’s no surprise that others clamor for a taste of the old and antiquated. Whether it be the resurgence of vinyl, the cult of VHS swapping or the renewed interest in the comic book industry, there’s definitive proof that there are people out there who will never be satiated by the offerings of the digital era. However, there does seem to be new middle ground in the form of podcasts, which offer old school radio aesthetics via a modern on-demand digital platform. And with the popularization of podcasts in the past several years, the format has seen new, innovative experiments to bring unique experiences other than the standard talk radio program.

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    “SKULLCRACK CITY” (Book Review)

    Let’s face it: most books just sit there and let you read them. They’re like domesticated pets with stories. Some curl up in your lap and purr. Some prefer to wrestle a little, and may even draw occasional blood. Some don’t seem to care whether you’re interested or not. They’re in their own little world. You’re just along for the ride.

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