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    Gallery: Toronto Zombie Walk and Fango’s Retromortis After Party!

    This past weekend on Saturday, September 26th, in a rain, wind and cold battered Toronto, FANGORIA’s Canadian component had its bloody mitts in a double shot of connected events. Local legend Thea Munster once more assembled her ghouls for the official Toronto Zombie Walk and despite the near biblical weather, thousands of shambling rabble rousers in every class of cannibal corpse costume stumbled in to join the fun. FANGORIA was on hand, hanging with parade Marshal and horror movie icon Linnea Quigley in a tent that threatened to blow away into the stratosphere at any second. It held however, the rain eventually stopped and the dead roamed wild.

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    Total Treat! “TRICK ‘R TREAT 2″ is happening

    Michael Dougherty’s utter gem of Halloween spirit has, over the last four years, undoubtedly found its audience. Growing steadily to annual tradition (see: FEARNet’s yearly 24-hour marathon) for fans everywhere, TRICK ‘R TREAT is something special and unlike many great things, seems to have energy to spare. Which is why it’s so thrilling that at tonight’s very special Beyond Fest screening of the film, it was announced the horror stories will continue and Sam will return to guide us through a  TRICK ‘R TREAT 2!

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    Q&A: Dylan Baker Reflects on “TRICK ‘R TREAT” and Halloween Hijinks

    TRICK ‘R TREAT is well on its way to tradition. A film reverent of Halloween, it captures the holiday’s dark, mischievous air like so few have been able. This means it’d probably fall in the good graces of Principal Steven Wilkins, a standout of the film’s great ensemble thanks to the work of Dylan Baker. Presiding over and hewing close to the roots of Samhain, Steven Wilkins is unhappy with those who are disrespectful and there is grim delight in watching him deal with one such youth.

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    “CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR” (DVD/Blu-ray Review)

    With the readiness of digital filmmaking in the independent world, and the growing number of unique voices attracted to the creative freedom of horror, there’s been no shortage of anthology projects arising in the genre world. These projects are affordable, challenging and often strong showcases for young, emerging voices—essentially collections of calling cards, as well as opportunities to show off resourcefulness and ambition under time and finance confines, without the overbearing pressure of feature filmmaking. This year has seen the release of several impressive omnibus movies, including THE ABCs OF DEATH, V/H/S/2 and now CHILLING VISIONS: 5 SENSES OF FEAR.

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    Fango’s Rebekah McKendry hits Scream Factory’s 31 Days of Screams!

    All month long, Scream Factory’s YouTube channel has been rolling out interviews with horror tastemakers as they reveal their favorite films, subgenres and more. The lineup’s included Badass Digest’s Brian Collins, FEARNet’s Rob Galluzo, Shock Till You Drop’s Ryan Turek and today, our very own Rebekah McKendry makes her debut.

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