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    “NIGHT TRAIN TO TERROR” (DVD Review)

    Within its opening three minutes, the 1985 bizarro horror anthology film NIGHT TRAIN TO TERROR segues from a choreographed New Wave dance number—think the FLASHDANCE wardrobe department projectile vomiting across the set of a 1980s LOVERBOY video—to a grandiloquent debate over human freewill between a Count Dracula-ish Satan and a God so ridiculously archetypal he makes George Burns’ turn in OH, GOD! look like Linda Blair in THE EXORCIST.

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    “MY FAIR ZOMBIE” does the grassroots rounds across North America

    Canadian wild man Brett Kelly (MY DEAD GIRLFRIEND) launches his latest horror comedy MY FAIR ZOMBIE in theatres across the US and Canada starting this month. A blood-spattered riff on the warhorse musical MY FAIR LADY, Kelly has taken the ghoul by the horns with his already award winning opus (it won Best Film at the Montreal Horrorfest) with dates booked at the 2013 Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, a sold out show at Ottawa’s Mayfair Theatre, a screening at Chicago’s B-Movie Celebration and more. The run will climax with a 9 p.m. screening on December 4th at Toronto’s legendary Revue Cinema.

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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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    NYCC ’13: Exclusive comments, photos from WWE Studios/“SEE NO EVIL 2”/“LEPRECHAUN: ORIGINS” panel

    Yesterday at New York Comic-Con 2013, this writer had the great opportunity to host WWE Studios’ Halloween Horror panel, previewing the company’s upcoming SEE NO EVIL 2 and LEPRECHAUN: ORIGINS with a host of talent in attendance. Keep reading for exclusive comments from the stars/filmmakers and pics from the event.

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    Q&A: Denise Crosby talks “PET SEMATARY” at the Olympia Film Festival

    As horror fans around the world are in the midst of a month of ghoulish happenings and spooky treats, residents of the Pacific Northwest’s delights include the Olympia Film Festival where, on Sunday, October 20, the Capitol Theater will have a special showing of cult-favorite PET SEMATARY with special guest Denise Crosby in attendance. With proceeds going to new digital equipment for the theatre, the event will include both a Q&A and meet-and-greet with Crosby, after.  In preparation for the upcoming show, Ms. Crosby sat down with Fango to talk about the event and her plans for Seattle.

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    Young Director crowdfunds 16mm Cavewomen slasher,”THE B.C. BUTCHER”

    A great deal of the crowdfunding-centric nods we write about at Fango and many of the horror publications tend to be campaigns by established filmmakers whose projects aren’t attracting the necessary funding (see: Stuart Gordon). To be fair though, while the likes of Kickstarter and Indiegogo are for everyone looking to operate outside of rules, there’s a lot of young, up-and-coming talent often failing to break through. Which is why the proposal of Kansas Bowling’s delightfully insane shot-on-16mm prehistoric slasher might feel so necessary.

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