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  • Dimension Films Picks Up FANGORIA International Online Film Festival Selection “POLAROID”

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    For film fans familiar with the film festival circuit, Lars Klevberg’s impressive 16-minute short POLAROID just might be on your radar. The film has been wowing audiences and winning awards for quite some time now, and with the film raring to scare fright fans at the upcoming FANGORIA International Online Film Festival, Deadline reports that Klevberg and Dimension Films will be bringing POLAROID to the big screen as a feature film!

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  • Final Line-up, Guest Roster for Edmonton’s Dedfest Revealed!

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    A little while back, FANGORIA gave fright fans a look at one of Western Canada’s most anticipated cinematic events, the 8-year-strong Dedfest in Edmonton. And while their 2015 edition sports much anticipated genre films such as GREEN ROOM, THE DEMOLISHER, TEX MONTANA WILL SURVIVE!, THE INVITATION, YAKUZA APOCALYPSE, BITE and TALES OF HALLOWEEN, Dedfest is now ready to announce their second wave of petrifying programming as well as their full guest line-up! Read on for the depraved details…

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  • Tom Atkins to Receive Achievement in Acting Award at NYC Horror Film Festival

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    A few weeks ago FANGORIA was proud to announce that horror icon Sean S. Cunningham was to be honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the New York City Horror Film Festival, running November 12th – 15th at Times Scare (669 8th Avenue and 42nd Street). Well the tricks and treats don’t stop there.  Now, it is our pleasure to confirm that on Saturday, November 14th, veteran genre star Tom Atkins will be receiving the Michael J. Hein Award for Personal Achievement in Acting.

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  • Stream to Scream: “BIG ASS SPIDER”

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    In today’s current horror landscape, there seems to be three kinds of creature features made for hardcore monster movie fans. The first would be the big budget blockbusters such as GODZILLA or PACIFIC RIM, which offer insane monster fighting action at a massive scale. The second would be the no-budget Syfy Originals, which offer over-the-top monster-run-amok films with Z-grade FX and stern, humorless performances. And then there’s the few and far between that comes out of the independent film world, some which have a campy appreciation for the creature features of the past and some, such as BIG ASS SPIDER!, that embrace the genre’s nature and makes comedy out of an inherently comical concept.

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  • Event Report: FANGORIA’s NYC Screening of “THE DIABOLICAL”!

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    On Monday October 12th, FANGORIA hosted the first of many free NYC screenings for the month of October, beginning with the brand-new supernatural thriller THE DIABOLICAL. Ali Larter, in a role written specifically for her, gives a stellar performance alongside a very talented supporting cast including Max Rose, Chloe Perrin and Arjun Gupta. Co-written and directed by up-and-coming horror filmmaker Alistair Legrand, THE DIABOLICAL takes you on a claustrophobic journey through the turmoil of a single mother and her two young children as they battle for their sanity and their lives from supernatural forces. This unique take on an otherwise generic subgenre of horror is packed with thrills, scares and surprising twists, right up to the very last shot of the film.

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  • “ASH VS. EVIL DEAD: Season 1, Episode 1” (TV Review)

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    When watching the pilot episode of ASH VS. EVIL DEAD, one can’t help but feel that this entry into the franchise is truly a culmination of all that came before it. Whether it be the hallucinatory, slow-burn dread of the original film, the over-the-top gore and demonic possession of EVIL DEAD II, the slapstick/one-liner friendly humor of ARMY OF DARKNESS or the gut-wrenching viscera of the 2013 reboot, ASH VS. EVIL DEAD is a carefully crafted mixing pot of any and everything an EVIL DEAD fan could want from Ash’s grand return. But even beyond the carnage on display, the reason why ASH VS. EVIL DEAD evokes such a potent sense of nostalgia is that Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Rob Tapert are still finding new ways to have fun and fright in a universe with 30 years of familiarity behind it.

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