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  • Notes & Blood #1: Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley!

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    Welcome to our brand new column, “NOTES AND BLOOD,” which will host creepy conversations with the biggest and best rock stars in their fields.  Be sure to check back every other Wednesday for some fun horror talk with some of your favorite musicians, from Slipknot’s Corey Taylor to Twiggy Ramirez and many more. But before we get into all of those, let’s kick this off, with one of my favorite musicians of all time, Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley! 

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  • Q&A: Jodelle Ferland on “THE UNSPOKEN”

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    Bypassing the typical haunted house film we see so often these days, Sheldon Wilson’s THE UNSPOKEN (now available on DVD) deals with a tragic murder which haunts a house in ways not often seen in modern horror. Following Angela, a young girl who takes on a babysitting job at the house decades after the crime, but finds herself in the middle of all hell breaking loose. With the film now on DVD, Angela herself, longtime genre performer Jodelle Ferland, was nice enough to chat with FANGO about THE UNSPOKEN, horror, and more…

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  • “VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES” (Film Review)

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    While we’ve seen a recent wall of anthologies hitting genre fans since V/H/S and other horror faves were released, one of the unfortunate facts that have come with many of the multi-story films is that they’re simply not very good or just not consistent. You’ll get a good story then an underwhelming one. A mediocre one, followed by a great one. These conflicting approaches of just throwing multiple unrelated shorts into a pot and giving it a name really gives the once-fun anthology subgenre a bad name and, more times than not, we’re all just tired of seeing them. Thankfully, VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES not only addresses those problems we’ve had in recent anthologies, but is also hands down, the most entertaining anthology in years.

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  • “SHE KILLS” (Film Review)

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    The lowest of low-brow and as offensive as they come, SHE KILLS tells the story of a woman named Sadie who, on her wedding night, is attacked by a ridiculous gang called The Touchers. They murder her husband and assault her, but Sadie has been cursed by lucifer and is afflicted with something called “Devil’s Crotch”. Men find her irresistible, but once they come into contact with her, they devolve into crazed cannibalistic zombies. Using her newly discovered sexual power, Sadie seeks revenge on The Touchers and embarks on a journey of self discovery, with Jesus! And it is a lot of dumb fun, with plenty of crazy low budget blood and guts.

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  • “THE LOVE WITCH” (Film Review)

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    Horror homages are nothing new in 2016. So many of the greatest genre offerings in the past few years have been throwbacks to past decades, usually the ’70s or the ’80s. It’s an interesting reaction to the “horror is dead” statement that keeps trying to validate itself – filmmakers are returning to their roots, the eras during which so many horror icons were produced. Few of these films go beyond homage, though, to comment on the eras that they are meant to inhabit. THE LOVE WITCH is one such film.

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  • Exclusive Clip: Dark Sky Films’ 4K Restoration of “HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER”, Out Now!

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    To mark its 30th anniversary, HENRY: PORTRAIT OF A SERIAL KILLER, recently underwent a 4k restoration for a short theatrical run a couple months back and is now available on digital platforms and Blu-Ray via Dark Sky Films. A full FANGORIA retrospective feature is imminent, but, first, today enjoy this exclusive clip and director John McNaughton recollections of meeting and casting the mighty Michael Rooker….

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  • The Year in Horror, 2016: Ken’s Top 10 Horror Films!

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    As most people can tell you, 2016 has been fairly dismal, with deaths, hit-or-miss fare at the cineplex, and tense political discord affecting our pop culture landscape. However, in terms of the horror genre, 2016 has been a banner year, with excellent fright fare to be found across multiple platforms. From promising new filmmakers to the return of auteurs, 2016 offered a diverse selection of genre gems, and while new efforts from old masters were few and far between, this year has certainly set the path for the next generation of horror filmmaking hotshots.

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  • Q&A: Barbara Crampton talks “BEYOND THE GATES”

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    From her soap opera days to her iconic roles in Stuart Gordon’s RE-ANIMATOR and FROM BEYOND, Barbara Crampton has stolen the hearts of cinema fans in and outside the horror genre. After taking a break from acting, Crampton returned in front of the camera in Adam Wingard’s YOU’RE NEXT, followed by a string excellent fright films in the years since. Now, Crampton returns to play an ominous figure within a sinister video board game in Jackson Stewart’s BEYOND THE GATES. Always a friend to FANGO, this writer spoke with Crampton regarding the film and her great talent in choosing roles…

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  • Reel Gore Releasing Unleashes “THE ORPHAN KILLER” Next Week!

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    Reel Gore Releasing has been on a hot streak as of late, bringing several shocking terror titles to stateside horror fans in 2016, including MASKS, VIOLENT SHIT – THE MOVIE, and THE CURSE OF DOCTOR WOLFFENSTEIN. Now, Reel Gore is looking to send their first year out with a bang with Matt Farnsworth’s THE ORPHAN KILLER, one of their most gruesome offerings to date. In fact, the boutique Blu-ray distributor is putting out this sinister selection sooner than anticipated, hitting shelves next week just in time for the horror-days!

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  • Philadelphia! See Modern Gorefest “PEELERS” This Saturday for Free!

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    Earlier this year, Philly-area fright fans were offered one of this year’s most diverse and demented events with the inaugural Philadelphia Unnamed Film Festival. With the indie horror showcase a rousing success, PUFF is continuing on with free screenings of upcoming independent scare fare in the months leading up to Year Two of PUFF. And in the punk-rock spirit of the festival, PUFF is rounding out 2016 with a graphic gorefest that mixes NIGHT OF THE DEMONS with FROM DUSK TILL DAWN, Sevé Schelenz’s PEELERS, which Philly horrorheads can catch for free this Saturday, December 10th!

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  • Exclusive Clip: “THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT” Breaks Out The Talking Board!

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    At this point, any horror fan worth their weight can tell you that when a character breaks out a talking board, things are going to take a turn for the worse. But in Scott B. Hansen’s upcoming fright flick, THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT, speaking to the dead is just the tip of the eerie iceberg. And with the petrifying picture hitting screens this week, FANGORIA has an exclusive look at THE POSSESSION EXPERIMENT, which you can check out below!

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  • Five for Frightening: Jerry Smith’s Top Five “PHANTASM” Moments!

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    It’s been nearly 40 years since PHANTASM scared audiences for the first time, unknowingly starting a franchise that would span five frightening entries, the last of which was this year’s PHANTASM: RAVAGER. With both bookending PHANTASM titles hitting DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow, December 6th via WellGo Entertainment, this writer thought he’d throw together a list of five scenes from the series that are particularly close to his blood-soaked heart. But be warned: there are spoilers from here on out, so unless you’re familiar with all five PHANTASM films, tread lightly!

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