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    Gallery: Toronto Zombie Walk and Fango’s Retromortis After Party!

    This past weekend on Saturday, September 26th, in a rain, wind and cold battered Toronto, FANGORIA’s Canadian component had its bloody mitts in a double shot of connected events. Local legend Thea Munster once more assembled her ghouls for the official Toronto Zombie Walk and despite the near biblical weather, thousands of shambling rabble rousers in every class of cannibal corpse costume stumbled in to join the fun. FANGORIA was on hand, hanging with parade Marshal and horror movie icon Linnea Quigley in a tent that threatened to blow away into the stratosphere at any second. It held however, the rain eventually stopped and the dead roamed wild.

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    New York! Celebrate Halloween with Nitehawk, Fango and an All-Night Movie Marathon!

    This Halloween, we’re living the dream. Nitehawk Cinema’s Caryn Coleman and Kris Kring, and FANGORIA’s Samuel Zimmerman are packing a movie theater full of costumed bodies for five movies and a ton of fun in between including short films, trivia, contests and Nitehawk’s delicious menu on tap.

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    Exclusive Photo Gallery: Goblin, Live in Toronto

    Legendary Italian horror soundtrack supergroup GOBLIN rocked Toronto’s Opera House last Friday, October 11th and FANGORIA was there to take it all in. Classic GOBLIN lineup members Claudio Simonetti, Massimo Morante and Maurizio Gaurini joined key DAEMONIA (Simonetti’s metal-edged GOBLIN cover band) members drummer Titta Tani and bassist Bruno Previtali (subbing for Fabio Pignatelli) to unleash a light-soaked audio visual meltdown chronicling the band’s near 40-year career sculpting progressive rock opera.

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    L.A.! See George Romero’s “CREEPSHOW” on 16MM this Friday, free!

    Across town, FANGORIA will be representing and co-presenting at Beyond Fest’s amazing British Invasion Double Feature of THE BORDERLANDS and Ben Wheatley’s  A FIELD IN ENGLAND, but we’re also taking up residence at regular hangout spot the Jumpcut Cafe on Ventura Blvd this Friday for a tiny, free 16MM screening of the classic George Romero/Stephen King anthology CREEPSHOW!

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    Q&A: Mark Patton reflects on “FREDDY’S REVENGE” and More

    One of the more significant things that occurred in the wake of NEVER SLEEP AGAIN, the 2010 documentary about the A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET series, was the re-examination of the series’ second entry, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 2: FREDDY’S REVENGE. Since that time, the film’s lead, Mark Patton, has taken to the convention circuit, providing a very visible presence for what many have labeled the gayest horror film ever made. In honor of his upcoming appearance at THE MASSACRE in Chicago (see details below), Patton talks to FANGORIA about his memories of his NIGHTMARE cast mates and the platform that he has created for himself as an activist and humanitarian.

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    INTERVIEW: INDIE HORROR DIRECTOR MARTIN-ANDRE YOUNG TALKS “THE BASEMENT”

    On Thursday, October 10th  at 9pm, Toronto based film fest BLOOD IN THE SNOW opens its preview portal with a screening of a new, nightmarish indie shocker called simply THE BASEMENT, the not-so tender tale of a gaggle of pretty young things trapped in a cellar while someone – or thing – sinister upstairs knocks them off one by one.

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    The Arkham Film Society’s Seasonal Frights include a 35mm Euro-Horror Marathon Event + a HALLOWEEN 4 benefit for the sCare Foundation!

    This Saturday Oct 12th, Providence-based genre fans can camp out in the Columbus Theatre for a 12-hour feast of classic euro-horror, complete with trailers and a Fulci triple-bill! Then, on October 17th, The Arkham Film Society and Rock And Shock present HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MYERS for a special screening to benefit The sCare Foundation, an organization devoted to helping homeless children and teens.

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    Waking the Old Ones: NecronomiCon Providence 2013

    Over a long, humid weekend, the fourth edition of the H.P. convention known as the NecronomiCon Providence welcomed hundreds of guests, some which came from such far away places as the U.K., California, Toronto, and Abu Dhabi. Organized by the Lovecraft Arts & Sciences Council with support from the City of Providence and Dark Dunes Productions, the event spanned four days, two hotels, two theaters, the Providence Athenaeum, two art galleries, a restaurant, a rock club, and not one, but two hotels. The conference itself boasted several panels, gaming events, walking tours, dozens of vendors, a concert, Cthulu prayer breakfast, gala, and special WaterFire event—a celebratory Providence phenomenon consisting of over 80 permanent bonfires rising from the river—with live music, and lots of monstrous cosplay.

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