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    Free NYC Screening: “THE SCRIBBLER” on September 22!

    FANGORIA and STARLOG will be hosting a free screening of the graphic novel adaptation THE SCRIBBLER in New York City on Monday, September 22 at 7 p.m. This special showing will be held at the Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Directed by John (BREATHING ROOM) Suits and written by Dan (DOGHOUSE) Schaffer, THE SCRIBBLER’s star-studded cast includes Katie (ARROW) Cassidy, Garret (LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT) Dillahunt, Michelle (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER) Trachtenberg, Michael (THE SOPRANOS) Imperioli, Gina (KILLER JOE) Gershon, Sasha (WOULD YOU RATHER) Grey, Kunal (THE BIG BANG THEORY) Nayyar, Ashlynn (THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE) Yennie, Eliza (WRONG TURN) Dushku and Billy (HELIX) Campbell.

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    Win a “POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING” T-Shirt!

    THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING dips its toe into the world of the occult, necromancy, demonology and things that go ‘bump’ in the night. With a clever script and a great performance by Shane Johnson (Michael King), the film delivers some genuine scares and demonic horror. In celebration of David Jung’s directorial debut, Anchor Bay Films is giving a lucky FANGORIA reader a POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING t-shirt to proudly wear and be the envy of all others.

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    Win an “AS ABOVE/SO BELOW” Prize Pack!

    The dead which populate the famous Catacombs of Paris didn’t get to take much with them to their final destination. But if you’re planning to head down into these tunnels of terror and lose your mind in the process, Fango and Legendary/Universal would like you to be properly outfitted. In anticipation of AS ABOVE/ SO BELOW, the new horror film from John Erick and Drew Dowdle, Fango has a Prize Pack for fans and readers, that includes wearable swag and a signed poster!

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    Win a Signed “MOEBIUS” Poster!

    MOEBIUS was by far one of the most bizarre films I saw last year.  This controversial flick blends captivating storytelling with ample amounts of cringe-worthy imagery. In celebration of this notorious gem hitting VOD, RAM Releasing is giving a lucky FANGORIA reader a MOEBIUS poster signed by the film’s fearless star, Lee Eun-woo!

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    CONTEST: Win Anchor Bay’s “THE MIDNIGHT GAME” on DVD!

    You know how crazy high school parties can get: drinking, sex, and the occasional pagan ritual. Welcome to THE MIDNIGHT GAME. Though these teens may not know it yet, hell has been opened wide because of their silly game. Anchor Bay sent over some prize packs to celebrate the release of this terror-filled new title. The prize packs include THE MIDNIGHT GAME, HOUSE OF DUST, and DEATH DO US PART all on DVD! THE MIDNIGHT GAME is now available on DVD and VOD from Anchor Bay, so be sure to check it out… or win your own copy here!

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    Win “TORMENT” on DVD!

    Katharine Isabelle and a killer in fuzzy mouse ears? We’re so there! Vertical Media just sent a handful of copies of TORMENT. This taut terror-filled flick debuted last year at Screamfest and has been getting great reviews since. It is now available on DVD and instant streaming. Mickey Mouse definitely did not approve this one!

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    Contest: Win “BLEEDING SKULL! A 1980s TRASH-HORROR ODYSSEY”!

    For years, Bleeding Skull! has been the go-to encyclopedia for trash, bizarre and shot-on-vide cinema. Joseph A. Ziemba and Dan Budnik cover everything from VHS favorites to the ultra obscure un-distributed oddities few souls have ever witnessed alone. Finally, these gurus have written a book about their exploits and FANGORIA has some freebies for our more adventurous readers. Keep reading to win your own copy! 

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    NYC: Free Screening of “FOUND” on August 18th!

    FANGORIA will be hosting a free screening of the award-winning horror flick FOUND in New York City on Monday, August 18 at 7 p.m. This special showing, hosted by the filmmakers,  will be held at the Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Directed by first timer Scott Schirmer, FOUND has played more than 40 genre film festivals across the globe (including the New York City Horror Film Festival), where it won 15 Best Feature Film awards and multiple Best Actor awards for both of its young stars, Gavin Brown and Ethan Philbeck. Schirmer, author/co-screenwriter Todd Rigney and special FX artist Arthur Cullipher will be attending the show and participating in a Q&A, moderated by editor emeritus Tony Timpone.

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    San Diego! Get “SHARKTOPUS” Swag with Exclusive Comic Con Cocktails!

    If last year’s epic, Rondo-winning cover didn’t make it clear enough, FANGORIA finds any new Roger Corman project an entertaining prospect, to say the least. Now that the legendary producer of the wild and weird has found a home at Syfy, fright fans have the likes of Sharktopus and Pteracuda invading their houses, facing-off on August 2nd in the original television event “SHARKTOPUS VS. PTERACUDA.” With dashing late night talk show impresario Conan O’Brien joining a cast that features Robert Carradine, Katie Savoy and a goddamned Shark-Octopus hybrid monstrosity, Sharktopus fever is spreading to every corner of the pop culture spectrum.

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    Free FANGORIA Screenings: “THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING” in Four U.S. Cities!

    Boy, do we have a movie to make your head spin! FANGORIA will be hosting four free advance screenings of the supernatural chiller THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Austin, TX this August! NYC and LA will be held August 7; Chicago and Austin happen August 14. Directed and written by newcomer David Jung, THE POSSESSION OF MICHAEL KING stars Shane Johnson, Ella Anderson, Dale (IRON MAN 3) Dickey, Tomas (GLADIATOR) Arana and Julie (MAD MEN) McNiven. Gold Circle Films, the company that brought you WHITE NOISE, SLITHER and THE HAUNTING IN CONNECTICUT, produced this intense spine tingler. See below on how to get your tickets!

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