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  • Exclusive Stills, First Trailer: Debbie Rochon in Bloody Throwback “FANTASMA”

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    From her early years at Troma to her stint on FANGORIA Radio to her cemented status as Scream Queen, Debbie Rochon has always been a friend of FANGO, even gracing the cover of Issue #314. Now, with her directorial debut MODEL HUNGER now on DVD, Rochon is back in front of the camera with a creepy new terror title to her credit: FANTASMA, an Italian Horror throwback from filmmakers Brett Mullen (BOMBSHELL BLOODBATH) and Matt Cloude (NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD: GENESIS). And with the film debuting its inaugural trailer today, FANGORIA is excited to unveil a slew of exclusive stills for the frightening feature, which you can see below!

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  • NYC! Catch Classic and Contemporary Horror in 3D Next Month at Film Forum!

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    In the interest of disclosure, let me say that I am an unabashed 3D enthusiast. Even before it was available at every multiplex, this writer would chase 3D horror screenings whenever possible as there was rarely a 3D horror offering that wasn’t at least fun and gimmicky in its own special way. But now that 3D is compatible in almost every theater in America, it seems that the horror genre is unfortunately dialing it back with efforts within the format. However, for East Coast horrorheads who dig 3D, FANGORIA has some exciting news for you, as art house hotspot Film Forum has put together an incredible array of 3D retrospectives for November, including fright films both old and new!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 Things You Can Do This Halloween!

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    This is it: the final day before our favorite holiday, Halloween. I assume you’ve been celebrating, as have I, but there is an infinite number of horrifying Halloween activities in which to partake, and the month of October is a mere 31 days. One year ago I made a list of the top ten Monster Mashes for you to listen to. This year, I have compiled a list of my top suggestions of things to do for Devil’s Night and All Hallow’s Eve…

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  • Toronto After Dark 2016: Natasha Lyonne and Danny Perez on “ANTIBIRTH”

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    ANTIBIRTH is the narcotic drenched, immaculate conception horror comedy that took Toronto After Dark Film Festival by storm. The highly-anticipated screening also brought in ANTIBIRTH star Natasha Lyonne and visionary director Danny Perez to Toronto to speak on the film.  The duo sat down with FANGORIA to talk about the film, the trials and tribulations of getting a film as bizarre as ANTIBIRTH made, and the joys of fake pregnancy…

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  • NYC! See “BLOOD DINER” with Jackie Kong and More Horror at Alamo Yonkers!

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    As New York and New Jersey horror fans know, one of the finest genre hubs and repertory houses outside the five boroughs is Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers. Yet even with Halloween season winding down, Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers has some more sordid surprises for East Coast fright fanatics, including free tickets, giveaways, and chances to see some genre gems on the big screen!

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  • New York Comic Con 2016: Actress Brianne Howey talks “THE EXORCIST”!

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    One of the true pleasant surprises in horror television this year, THE EXORCIST has proven to be as satisfying of a genre title as it is scary. While credit is due all around, from the FX to the scripts to the production value, THE EXORCIST wouldn’t play as effectively as it does without its top tier ensemble cast, which includes Geena Davis, Alan Ruck, Hannah Kasulka, and Brianne Howey. Howey has proven herself to be the true wild card of the series, with an emotional and mature performance that goes far beyond what one might expect from a sibling character. And at New York Comic Con 2016, FANGORIA spoke to Howey about the series, playing a narrative red herring, and what’s next for THE EXORCIST…

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  • Exclusive Clip, Poster: Jose Prendes’ Fright Icon-studded “BLOOD BROTHERS”

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    Familial animosity is no stranger to the horror genre. Whether it’s MOTEL HELL, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, or the entire HALLOWEEN franchise, horror proves that blood is thicker than water, for better or for worse. That’s never been more true than in Jose Prendes’ fright film BLOOD BROTHERS, the first feature under the Kondelik’s Dual Visions banner, and FANGORIA has an exclusive first look at the film, which you can check out below!

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  • Exclusive Stills: NYC Horror Film Fest Selection “ENCLOSURE”

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    Patrick Rea’s newest feature fright film ENCLOSURE will be having its East Coast Premiere November 10th at the 2016 New York City Horror Film Festival, running from November 10th – 13th at the Cinepolis Chelsea, located at 260 West 23rd Street, NYC. With two weeks before ENCLOSURE takes Manhattan, FANGORIA has a ghoulish gallery of exclusive stills to give FANGO fans a first look at this terror title.

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  • Blu-ray Review Round-Up: “WAXWORK”, “VAMP”, “THE THING”, More…

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    Now that Halloween is around the corner, fright fans are breaking out the big guns for their essential seasonal viewing. With an impressive line-up of cult classics and new releases now hitting shelves nationwide, FANGORIA has rounded up the latest releases so that devoted fright fans can better decide which horror offerings are best suited for their home media collection…

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  • Contest: Win A Collector’s Edition Blu-ray of “THE WALKING DEAD: THE COMPLETE SIXTH SEASON”

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    Are you one of the millions who love THE WALKING DEAD? Chances are if you’re reading this, you certainly are, and considering the shocking post-apocalyptic series dropped jaws with its controversial Season 7 premiere last Sunday, this writer can only imagine what terrifying turns THE WALKING DEAD will make next. Yet if you’re a die-hard WALKING DEAD completist, catching the series is not enough to satiate your fervent fandom. Luckily, FANGORIA and Anchor Bay Entertainment are teaming up to give away a limited edition WALKING DEAD set  that one lucky FANGO reader will never forget!

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  • “BARRY BAKER: ASPIRING SERIAL KILLER” (TV Review)

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    There’s always a weird separation between what serial killers are and what society often perceives them to be. Often times, society imagines serial killers as these terrifying prowlers, or romanticizes them to be these misunderstood outcasts who are byproducts of their environment. But in reality, being a serial killer is a bit of an insane, complicated task: most serial killers are lucky more than calculating and effective, and anything can go wrong, from the planning to the act itself to the disposal of evidence. And in the new horror comedy pilot BARRY BAKER: ASPIRING SERIAL KILLER, anything and everything does go wrong, with a tongue-in-cheek look at a normal guy with homicidal tendencies.

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