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    FANGORIA Presents: Lady Frankenstein goes “CORPSING”

    One of the most recurring and persevering aspects of the horror genre is the ability to shape stories about the moral and ethical quandaries of progression into tales of “worst case scenario” terror. From as far back as Mary Shelley’s FRANKENSTEIN, the idea of new sciences, discoveries and knowledge turning against those who explore and create has shown up time and time again within the fright field, including THE FLY adaptations, ALTERED STATES and JURASSIC PARK. And while the angles taken on progression within these frightening stories are extreme in theory, the questions still remain at the end of the film and are as philosophically relevant today as they were in their origination.

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    FANGORIA Presents: Lance Henriksen on “SIN REAPER”

    As any devoted FANGORIA reader knows, one of the reasons why horror is one of the strongest genres of cinema is the fact that the love for horror is so universal and communal. The horror genre brings together audiences young and old in a way unlike any other, as the experience of watching a scary movie differs so uniquely from person to person. Thusly, one cannot be surprised when you see the different voices coming out of the fright field around the world, not separated by language or generational gap, but rather brought together by the international tool of storytelling and the fears that we revisit time and time again.

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    FANGORIA Presents: See “SIN REAPER” for Free on Hulu!

    The scares just keep on comin’! As you may know, FANGORIA Presents has added powerhouse Hulu to its growing list of platform partners, and best of all, you can see our monstrous movies for free there! SIN REAPER, the third Fango title to officially go live on Hulu (joining AXED and ENTITY), can be watched now right here. The old-school slasher flick is also available for free on Hulu Plus for Hulu subscribers.

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    FANGORIA SCREAMERS: POP MONTREAL selects Dalibor Barić’s “HORROR OF DRACULA”

    Admittedly, I’m playing double-duty here: in addition to my FANGO station, I’m also a film curator for a few festivals, including the POP Montreal International Music Festival – running this September 25-29 – where I’m often able to infuse the programming with horror elements. Last year it was THE OMEN screening in a church, this year it’s a series of art installations inspired by Electronic Voice Phenomena (i.e. THE STONE TAPE/WHITE NOISE) and a retrospective of the films of Croatian experimental filmmaker Dalibor Barić, whose work frequently dips into the dark waters of the horror pond. Behold our August SCREAMERS film: Dalibor Barić’s HORROR OF DRACULA.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “CORPSING” final artwork revealed!

    Talk about a bizarre love story. That’s the angle of artist/painter Vincent Castiglia’s final artwork for CORPSING, our next FANGORIA Presents release. In an online poll, Fango fans chose Castiglia (see news here) to design the look for Fango’s CORPSING, which will be available on Video on Demand everywhere August 6 (see details here). What do you think?

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    Getting Possessed by “ENTITY,” Part Two

    One of the most refreshing current trends in horror is the resurgence of old-fashioned haunting stories. Pioneering the horror genre practically into existence, stories of spirits, possession and malevolent souls have had a renaissance as of late, with intelligent and resourceful fright filmmakers showing exactly why these tales were so terrifying to begin with. And amongst this resurgence rises FANGORIA Presents’ ENTITY, an intense psychological and supernatural fear film about a documentary crew investigating a reported haunting site in Siberia. You can watch ENTITY for free on Hulu.

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    FANGORIA Presents: “CORPSING” Competition winner announced!

    The votes are in, and the Fangorians have chosen! Artist/painter Vincent Castiglia (pictured, above) has won the CORPSING Competition in our online poll and will design the artwork for our next FANGORIA Presents release. CORPSING will be available on Video on Demand everywhere August 6 (see details here), and Castiglia’s final artwork will be unveiled shortly right here.

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