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    FANGORIA Musick artist Kardiac launches “IN THE PERIPHERAL” CD/DVD Release!

    For those who have kept a keen eye on FANGORIA Musick, one of the biggest announcements this year was the acquisition of underground horrorcore sensation Kardiac, who released his latest record IN THE PERIPHERAL via FANGORIA’s digital outlet. However, there were always horror fans who crave the real thing, and with that in mind, Kardiac has launched the CD release for IN THE PERIPHERAL alongside an accompanying DVD and poster!

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    Toronto: HORROR-RAMA welcomes “RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD” star Linnea Quigley!

    HORROR-RAMA, the fun-filled 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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    Night Vale Nightmares #8: “Taking Off/Review/Bonus Episode 4: Pamela Winchell”

    If you love something, set it free. If it doesn’t come back, it probably died of sadness because it thought you loved it…

    Things have been pretty damn crazy in the NIGHT VALE universe as of late. Well, crazier than usual. Cecil has been contemplating a move to the Desert Otherworld, partially to be with Carlos, partially to escape the mysterious clutches of whoever bought him in lot 37 (but more on that later…) and listeners have been very curious to see how the show’s surreal status quo would be altered. And just how has the world of NIGHT VALE changed? Well, the best answer I can offer is that in some ways it has changed drastically, in other ways not so much. Let’s dive in.

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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: 5 Things I Learned From Tom Holland’s “MONSTER PARTY” Appearance

    With yesterday’s debut of the first episode of MONSTER PARTY as a part of the FANGORIA Podcast Network, FANGORIA fans were treated to an excellent two-hour chat with horror master Tom Holland as well as hosts Matt Weinhold, Larry Strothe, Shawn Sheridan and James Gonis. And in this engaging episode, the candid filmmaker offered some truly jaw-dropping revelations about his storied career, including behind the scenes stories from CHILD’S PLAY, FRIGHT NIGHT and more. So for those who need a little more convincing to give this episode of MONSTER PARTY a listen, here’s five things this writer learned from Tom Holland’s honest chat about his history of horror…

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    Toys of Terror #61: San Diego Comic Con 2015 Edition

    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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    L.A.! Barbara Steele to sign FANGORIA #342 for free at Dark Delicacies in Burbank Next Sunday!

    FANGORIA #342 has shipped and fans are thrilling to our salute to the First Lady of Gothic Horror, Lady Barbara Steele, who graces our cover in a beautiful painting by artist Marc Schoenbach, And as a special treat, if you’re in the L.A. area, Barbara will be signing copies of the magazine for FREE (with purchase of the issue, of course) at Burbank horror hotspot Dark Delicacies!
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    FANGORIA Podcast Network: Tune Into The Latest “MONSTER PARTY”, Featuring Special Guest Tom Holland!

    When curating the FANGORIA Podcast Network, one of the biggest draws to the MONSTER PARTY podcast was just how conversational the program so consistently felt. Rather than feel like a broadcasted radio show, MONSTER PARTY felt like genuinely hanging around horror fans with charm, knowledge and passion, and what guest would be more suited for their very first episode as a part of the FANGORIA Podcast Network than the charming, knowledgeable and passionate Tom Holland?

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    Grant Morrison boards HEAVY METAL as New Editor-in-Chief

    In keeping with HEAVY METAL’s tradition of exploring new and exciting territories, iconic comic writer Grant Morrison has been hired as the new Editor-in-Chief of the publishing powerhouse, according to Entertainment Weekly. Not only will he be in charge of the creative run of the magazine but he also plans on contributing to every issue with script and prose material. He has stated that he plans to dedicate a couple years of focus purely on HEAVY METAL and has already been looking at new talent, though no word on what that talent is.

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    Announcement: FANGORIA to launch Podcast Network; First Slate of Programs Revealed!

    Over the course of 36 years (and counting), the readership of FANGORIA Magazine have been united over a mutual love for all things horror. It’s this fervent fandom that has inspired FANGORIA to branch out into the world of cinema, comic books, conventions and more, for better or for worse. But even when times and people change, that horror fandom remains the same, and the ambition to bring FANGORIA’s unique voice to new generations of fright fans has inspired FANGORIA to take those ventures. And while many lament the loss of FANGORIA Radio, FANGORIA is proud to announce that we are ready to take the next step in the digital age with the FANGORIA Podcast Network!

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    Event Report: FANGORIA’s Free “i-LIVED” Screening in NYC!

    Despite my natural enthusiasm for any-and-everything FANGORIA, call it company pride or what-you-will, there’s always something exciting about a free FANGO horror screening in New York City. Beyond being a great excuse for this writer to trek into the Big Apple, there is always a dependable feeling that the film that is being screened will be a fun time. That doesn’t always mean we’re going to be something genuinely terrifying or shocking, but any flick that goes through Tony Timpone’s vetting process usually winds up being a lot of fun, usually with an appreciative audience. And considering the rising costs of theaters and the desperation of exhibitors for profitable content, the chance to go to the theater with an audience full of fright fans is a welcome opportunity.

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    Event Report: Dark MoFo Festival, Part Three

    Nestled among the comings and goings of Hobart town, was a scavenger hunt of art installations hidden in plain sight, waiting for the sunset that happened all too soon each day. The art lived by night. Scattered throughout the golden triangle, down by the water, behind buildings, and in blackened warehouses, the art was accessible to anyone who wanted to look, and participation was one step further. Creatures lurked in the botanical gardens and a ghost ship drifted on the open water. The massive Fire Organ grunted and huffed flames, like a post industrial dragon caught on a parking lot stage. A giant demon sculpture with fierce eyes and protruding breasts and belly, and a car sized fish with open mouth, collected written fears from hundreds of people on to it’s sharp teeth, and was burned in a mass purification ceremony at the end of the week on the evening of the solstice. I filled my paper with anxieties written extra small to fit as much as possible, and hoped that no one snatched my secrets from the jaws of the beast before the incineration (one additional fear). a theme repeated, let not fear guide you here.
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