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    FANGORIA MUSICK: Throne of Anguish’s “WATCHERS IN THE SHADOWS” Now Available!

    FANGORIA’s new digital download-only label, FANGORIA Musick is live and amassing a library of great, dark, cinematic music. It started with a free download of editor Chris Alexander’s own experimental dark music album BEYOND THE DARKNESS: AN AUDIO NIGHTMARE and  continued with Werewolves in Siberia’s DAWN OF THE FLESHEATERS here.We now are proud to announce our third signed act, Throne of Anguish and their frightening collection WATCHERS IN THE SHADOWS.

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    Brandon Cronenberg Directs Nightmarish Video for Animalia’s “Stifling”

    The shadow of horror culture has loomed over the world of music videos ever since the beginnings of the medium, cemented in the likes of such iconic work as Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and Ozzy Osbourne’s “Bark at the Moon.” This might be the reason why great fright directors have come out of the world of music videos, and why so many more are tempted back. Now, ANTIVIRAL director Brandon Cronenberg joins the ranks with a clip for Canadian experimental techno band Animalia’s “Stifling.”

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    Exclusive: Bloody “JOY RIDE 3″ Pictures; Kirzinger Speaks!

    With the third entry of the JOY RIDE franchise speeding towards DVD/Blu-ray shelves later this month, FANGORIA has an exclusive look at some of the film’s most brutal moments! On top of that, Fango spoke to the new Rusty Nail himself, Ken Kirzinger, about filling the heavy shoes of horror’s most relentless trucker.

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    FANGORIA MUSICK: Werewolves in Siberia’s “DAWN OF THE FLESHEATERS” Now Available

    Last week, FANGORIA announced the soft-launch of our new digital download-only label, FANGORIA MUSICK, with a free download of editor Chris Alexander’s own experimental dark music album BEYOND THE DARKNESS: AN AUDIO NIGHTMARE. We’re now thrilled to announce the second act added to the FANGORIA Musick roster: Werewolves in Siberia!

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    Toys of Terror #10

    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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    “BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA” (Comic Review)

    Undervalued upon release in 1986, BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA has gathered a rock solid cult following in the intervening years. One of John Carpenter’s less serious-minded films, the over-the-top kung-fu and lightning fantasy action-comedy is continuously adored by old fans and new generations. It’s thanks to these admirers that BOOM! Studios recently announced a comic addition to the BIG TROUBLE story. Featuring everyone’s favorite highway man, Jack Burton, on a brand new adventure of bizarre proportions, it’s sure to feed that insatiable need for quick one-liners and moccasin-clad high kicks.

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    “THE DOLL” (CD Review)

    The latest album by horror auteur Dante Tomaselli, THE DOLL is the soundtrack to his in-development film of the same name (see details here), and a creepy, nightmarish auditory journey that will immediately unsettle anyone who listens to it. The disc is catchy at times and perfectly frightful at others—a hallucinogenic trip to a dark and uncomfortable place.

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    Toys of Terror #9

    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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    “AFTERLIFE WITH ARCHIE” #5 (Comic Review)

    During the past year, there are few things this writer anticipates more than opening my mailbox to reveal a lovely bubble envelope shipped from the Archie Comics Group, its vibrant address sticker displaying the iconic Riverdale gang grinning with perma-1950s “gosh-golly” cheer. Of course, inside that shipping slipcase lies something far more malevolent; in fact, what waits within is one of the scariest, most affecting horror comics I’ve ever read.

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