LOGO
  • ,

    Long-delayed “THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES” Finally Hits VOD

    Thanks to the growing reach of digital distribution and instant streaming, many of contemporary horror’s  famously shelved films have finally found release, such as Jonathan Levine’s ALL THE BOYS LOVE MANDY LANE and Stephen Sommers’ ODD THOMAS. While the fates of studio titles like 7500 and AREA 51 remain unsure, one long-languishing film has finally and quietly found itself readily available: The Dowdle Brothers’ found-footage shocker THE POUGHKEEPSIE TAPES.

    Read more »
  • ,

    TORONTO: “COME TO DADDY” FILM FEST ANNOUNCES FULL LINEUP!

    The west-end Toronto creepy/cool short horror film fest “COME TO DADDY: HORROR SHORTS SOIREE” is almost ready to unspool and they’ve announced their full lineup of international cinema. The event, which takes place on Saturday, July 26th at hotspot 3030 Dundas West, is co-presented by FANGORIA. The brainchild of FANGO contributor and DJ John Nicol, “COME TO DADDY” promises to be a boisterous, bloody blend of frightening film screenings, ample craft beer spillage, good food and eventually, as the night wears on, a full blown post-screening dance party.

    Read more »
  • ,

    Fantasia 2014 exclusive: Photos and director comments on “ZOMBIE TV”

    Undoubtedly, when George A. Romero dished up the first modern zombie film, the last thing he expected was for its premise to spread around the world like an unchecked pandemic. One nation hit hard recently has been Japan, where undead films are on the rise, and one of the latest and certainly the most twisted is ZOMBIE TV, an omnibus of living-dead stories making its Canadian premiere this Saturday, July 19 at Montreal’s Fantasia festival.

    Read more »
  • ,,

    Q&A: Star Frank Grillo and Writer/Director James DeMonaco Talk “THE PURGE: ANARCHY” and Future Purges

    In THE PURGE: ANARCHY, opening today from Universal, writer/director James DeMonaco expands the scope of his previous hit and takes the murderous action to the streets of LA. Leading the group trying to survive the night when all crime is legal is Leo, played by Frank Grillo, who joined DeMonaco to discuss the sequel with FANGORIA.

    Read more »
  • ,,

    Toys of Terror #15

    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

    Read more »
  • ,,

    “CITY OF LUST” (Movie Review)

    The indie thriller CITY OF LUST was shot under the title YELLOW; you know, “Giallo” in Italian. Obviously that titular nod should spell out exactly what kind of films were going through writer/director David A. Holcombe’s head when he began sculpting this stylish, sensual and amusing sex-stained psychodrama. A deliberate quote on some of the early 1970s, non-Argento (think more Martino) murder mysteries that overflowed from Italy like a cauldron of spaghetti, CITY OF LUST is bereft of budget but high on energy and imagination, and is absolutely worth a look.

    Read more »
  • ,,

    “THE STRAIN” (Pilot Review)

    Part fantasy, part medical horror and part vampire odyssey, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s THE STRAIN was always going to be a complicated adaptation. Considering Hogan and del Toro are both executive producers on the series however, there was a confidence from horror fans that the series would at least be faithful to its source material. And it was. Despite inspired visuals, impressive performances and high ambition, THE STRAIN’s faithfulness and tonal inconsistencies may be the biggest obstacle keeping it from being the next truly great horror show.

    Read more »
Back to Top