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  • Toys of Terror #113

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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: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Rides With Road Horror!

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    For this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE, Darren & Mindy take gears up for a trio of Road Horror offerings. First up, our demonic duo gets trapped by Rob Schmidt’s 2003 macabre mutant movie WRONG TURN. Next, Darren & Mindy move on to SCENIC ROUTE, the intense psychological thriller from The Goetz Brothers. Lastly, the horror hosts revisit the ’70s horror/action hybrid RACE WITH THE DEVIL!

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  • “BLACK MONDAY MURDERS #1” (Comic Book Review)

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    There is nothing more worth killing over than money and power. While some may argue that there is more to life than such petty things as arbitrarily assigned values to paper and metal, the families in BLACK MONDAY MURDERS might have some strongly worded arguments; especially when the demon Mammon is concerned. Image Comics highly-anticipated financial horror comic may seem like an odd addition to the growing pathos of horror work, it’s the addition of black magic to the already shady underworld of banking institutions that allows it to earn its place with its arcane brethren. Throw in a determined detective with his own ties to the occult and you got the noir twist for a book that’s already halfway to creating its own genre.

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  • Exclusive Entertainment Earth Giveaway: Win A Life-Sized “ANNABELLE” Doll!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA surprised our readership with announcement of our partnership with the exceptional online marketplace Entertainment Earth to provide weekly giveaways of chilling collectibles. And with the sun setting on our latest contest, FANGO and EE have our next gruesome giveaway all ready for your petrifying participation!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “MONSTER PARTY” Celebrates San Diego Comic Con!

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    On this week’s episode of MONSTER PARTY, hosts Matt Weinhold, Larry Strothe, Shawn Sheridan, and James Gonis report live from San Diego Comic Con! With the annual Comic Con theme of “Anything Goes”, the fearsome four discuss about all things comic con with a slew of special surprise guests!

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  • “JEDI SUMMER WITH THE MAGNETIC KID” (Book Review)

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    A few years back John Boden embedded his lyrical, surrealist “End Times mosaic” DOMINOES into a brilliantly illustrated packaging scheme mimicking those classic Little Golden books we all coo n’ aww’ed our way through growing up, replacing the Poky little puppy and Scuffy the tugboat with Allan, a very jaded harvester of souls. It’s safe to say in lesser hands the project could’ve got too impressed with its own conception and flown straight off the goddamn rails in execution, but the rising horror scribe was canny and deft enough in his approach to that the cute conceit strengthened rather than overwhelmed the affecting, legit disquieting narrative.  

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL” Gets Ghastly for “GHOSTBUSTERS” (2016)

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    For the third episode of their movie-centric third season, Joe DeRosa & Pat Walsh talk about the 2016 remake of GHOSTBUSTERS! The gruesome twosome discuss the controversy surrounding the film, the reputation of the 1984 original, and whether or not the movie is actually worthwhile. And be sure to check out Joe DeRosa’s SOME SEVERE SITUATIONS short story series, which you can find HERE!

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  • Exclusive Premiere: Take Over And Destroy’s “By Knife” Music Video!

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    Since 2008, Arizona-based metal band, Take Over And Destroy, or TOAD, has been hard at work perfecting its specific brand of sonic destruction.  The self-titled third full-length album is set to launch on October 7th from Prosthetic Records and features ten blistering tracks, each having its own voice but overall rounds out a clear, singular vision.  This dark and moody album sets a tone and sticks with it until the end.  You won’t catch yourself hitting the “fuck this song” button and moving on.  This isn’t one of those albums you’ll have to warm up to over several spins, nor does it lose steam toward the end, like so many do.  Songs like “Separate from the Shadows” and “Bring Me The Rope” offer up catchy riffs that will sink their claws into your ears on the first listen.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Get Entranced By “NOSFERATU”!

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    On this week’s episode of THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW, Kate & Tab interview Josh and Leila from Austin band The Invincible Czars.  Along with their regular gigs, the Czars compose scores for silent films and perform them live on tour! THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW talk to them about their process and the film NOSFERATU – the subject of their most recent tour. 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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  • “WOLF IN WHITE VAN” Author John Darnielle Announces Next Novel, “UNIVERSAL HARVESTER”

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    John Darnielle is most well-known as the lyricist, singer, and songwriter of The Mountain Goats, but he also penned one of the best novels of 2014, WOLF IN WHITE VAN. While that novel dealt with some themes common in horror (or perhaps in the lives of horror fans), Darnielle’s love for the genre has primarily shone through in his music until now.

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  • “HELLBOY AND THE BPRD: 1953” (Comic Book Review)

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    When most creatures of the night hear the name Hellboy, they know to scatter lest the boogieman’s boogieman come for their heads. But Hellboy wasn’t always the cool-headed monster hunter currently fighting the denizens of Hell that he is now; once he was a simple gruff struggling to learn the ins and outs of the paranormal investigation. HELLBOY AND THE BPRD: 1953 focuses on Hellboys earliest cases as well his adoptive father and BPRD director, Trevor Bruttenholm’s, struggle with Hellboys emerging potential. Harking back to the earlier comics, the trade collects two single issues and a three issue mini -series, creating a work that brings Hellboy back the short story format of occult exploration.

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