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  • NYC! Free Times Scare Screening of “MANSON FAMILY VACATION” on October 20th w/ Cast & Crew Q&A!

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    Join the Family! FANGORIA will be hosting a free screening of the festival smash MANSON FAMILY VACATION, the twisted dark comedy (co-starring SAW’s Tobin Bell!), in New York City on Tuesday, October 20th at 7 p.m. Actors Jay Duplass (BAGHEAD), Linas Phillips and writer/director J. Davis will be attending and participating in a Q&A. This special showing will be held at spook house Mecca Times Scare, New York City’s only year-round haunted attraction (located at 669 8th Avenue at 42nd Street). As a special Halloween season bonus, all those attending will be invited to tour Times Scare at a Fango-discounted rate of $20 after watching MANSON FAMILY VACATION!

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  • Exclusive art/comments: “RE-ANIMATOR” reunion and more in Glass Eye Pix’s third “TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE” lineup

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    Filmmaker and Glass Eye Pix topper Larry Fessenden and I SELL THE DEAD creator Glenn McQuaid (pictured) have more sonic nightmares coming in the third season of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE audio dramas, and they gave Fango the scoop about some exciting contributors, plus an exclusive first look at the promo art.

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  • Christopher Lloyd Headlines Stop-Motion Horror Web Series, “HOUSE OF MONSTERS”

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    As much as one can go through old videotapes, DVDs and Blu-rays to revisit tried-and-true fright favorites this Halloween season, any self-respecting horror fan will tell you they’re on the prowl for fun genre entertainment throughout October. Well, FANGORIA has made your search all the more easier, horror hounds, as those looking for family-friendly scares in the vein of MAD MONSTER PARTY can check out the new stop-motion horror web series HOUSE OF MONSTERS today!

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  • “CRIMSON PEAK” (Movie Review)

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    Early in CRIMSON PEAK, Mia Wasikowska’s aspiring writer describes her first attempt at a novel by saying that it’s “not a ghost story, it’s a story with ghosts in it.” That idea is key to enjoying Guillermo del Toro’s latest, a lush, lavish masterpiece of Gothic atmosphere whose story pays homage to classic old-dark-house and romantic thrillers.

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  • “TRICK ‘R TREAT: DAYS OF THE DEAD” (Comic Book Review)

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    When TRICK ‘R TREAT first hit the movie market, the film didn’t exactly get a chance to turn a lot of heads. A direct-to-video run after a two year delay almost knocked the film into obscurity but thanks to strong reviews and a legion of dedicated horror fans, TRICK ‘R TREAT has now become a cult favorite. The anthology movie is anchored by a sack-wearing figure named Sam, who often ties together each of the seemingly unconnected short stories all occurring on one bizarre night on Halloween. From werewolves to the undead to serial killers, the movie tapped into all the deep dark fears of the when the sun goes down on the most spookiest of days and, with its folklore-ish vibe, created a great movie out of a classic subject.

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  • “THE FOREST” Debuts Foreboding First Poster

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    It’s been quite some time since the J-Horror mantle was bumped from the zeitgeist in favor for the more graphic and vicious landscape of the poorly-dubbed “torture porn” era. However, after INSIDIOUS and PARANORMAL ACTIVITY helped usher in a new age of minimalist ghost stories, one would assume it would only be a matter of time before J-Horror found an angle back into relevancy. And from the looks of it, Jason Zada’s THE FOREST appears to have the best chance of doing so, as evident by the unique tie to a specifically haunting part of Japanese culture and the visual styling on display, which one can get a look at in the brand new poster below!

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  • Event Report: The 2015 Mile High Horror Film Festival

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    As much as New York and Los Angeles can boast about their thriving horror communities, there are few places as passionate about the genre than Denver, Colorado. Following the amazing, mic-dropping outing that was the Stanley Film Festival back in May, this writer quickly learned that Denver was a hub of fright fandom unlike any other. And when the opportunity arose to return to Colorado for the Mile High Horror Film Festival- presented by the excellent and fantastic folks at the Alamo Drafthouse- I was surprised to learn that the horror hounds I had met at Stanley were merely the tip of the iceberg.

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