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  • The 2016 Horror Holiday Blu-ray Gift Guide!

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    2016 is almost at an end. The holidays are here, and for some horror heads, finding that terrifying treat for the fright fan in their life can be a living nightmare. But fear not, last minute shoppers, as FANGORIA has some wicked words to help you find the perfect scare fare for your stocking stuffers…

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  • Exclusive Clip: Behind The Scenes with Clowns & Chainsaws in Rob Zombie’s “31”!

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    Between his hit records, incredible live performances, and frightening filmography, there’s no denying that Rob Zombie is a horror icon. With his gruesome and bizarre grindhouse aesthetics, Zombie has heralded a cult fan base as fervent and excitable as any of his peers and predecessors. With his latest film, 31, Zombie hand-crafted a terror title that delivers anything and everything that fanbase could want from the filmmaker, and with the film’s home video release hitting tomorrow, FANGORIA has an exclusive clip that shows just how hand-crafted 31 really was!

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  • Event Report: The 2016 Another Hole in the Head Film Festival!

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    After attending most of the genre offerings at SFindiefest, I was more than a little excited for their genre counterpart, Another Hole in the Head. The fest is in its lucky 13th year, but is still totally dedicated to celebrating little and local films. With a plethora of new, unseen, and unreleased genre films, buffed up by exciting retrospective screenings and musical events, I must say: Another Hole in the Head is awesome.

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  • The Year in Horror, 2016: Elijah’s Top 10 Horror Films!

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    There’s somewhat of a catharsis associated with creating (and digesting) year-end lists. Distilling twelve months of experiences to a handful of bite-sized high notes, it’s got an easy appeal. I spent most of my 2016 traveling. I had the amazing privilege to attend some of the greatest genre film festivals on earth, to meet some incredible and incredibly talented people, and to live in places I’d dreamt of seeing since I was a kid. Most of my 2016 was phenomenal. And I’ll tell you, there were only so many “2016 is the worst year of my life” posts I could see from friends on social media before I started to feel just a bit guilty. Until very recently, my 2016 was adventure and new friends and new experiences.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: 10 Horror Projects To Look Out For in 2017!

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    Any stress this writer has been feeling towards 2017 has been countered by just how glorious next year will be for horror films. I don’t just say that because remakes and new installments of some of my favorite films are being released, but rather the intensity levels of these new films. What has me hyped is the intensity level the new films seem infused with. From style to execution, whether the piece is a reboot or original, these films seem to be operating at the highest level frequencies of madness and grotesquery.

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  • Gory Exploitation Throwback “SHE KILLS” Nails Down Home Video Release Date!

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    Earlier this week, FANGORIA offered up a stellar review for the contemporary horror comedy / exploitation homage SHE KILLS, the latest from prolific genre producer/director Ron Bonk. Now, FANGORIA is excited to announce when this festival favorite will be spreading its gory goodness around the U.S. via VOD and home video!

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  • Notes & Blood #1: Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley!

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    Welcome to our brand new column, “NOTES AND BLOOD,” which will host creepy conversations with the biggest and best rock stars in their fields.  Be sure to check back every other Wednesday for some fun horror talk with some of your favorite musicians, from Slipknot’s Corey Taylor to Twiggy Ramirez and many more. But before we get into all of those, let’s kick this off, with one of my favorite musicians of all time, Every Time I Die vocalist Keith Buckley! 

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  • Q&A: Jodelle Ferland on “THE UNSPOKEN”

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    Bypassing the typical haunted house film we see so often these days, Sheldon Wilson’s THE UNSPOKEN (now available on DVD) deals with a tragic murder which haunts a house in ways not often seen in modern horror. Following Angela, a young girl who takes on a babysitting job at the house decades after the crime, but finds herself in the middle of all hell breaking loose. With the film now on DVD, Angela herself, longtime genre performer Jodelle Ferland, was nice enough to chat with FANGO about THE UNSPOKEN, horror, and more…

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  • “VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES” (Film Review)

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    While we’ve seen a recent wall of anthologies hitting genre fans since V/H/S and other horror faves were released, one of the unfortunate facts that have come with many of the multi-story films is that they’re simply not very good or just not consistent. You’ll get a good story then an underwhelming one. A mediocre one, followed by a great one. These conflicting approaches of just throwing multiple unrelated shorts into a pot and giving it a name really gives the once-fun anthology subgenre a bad name and, more times than not, we’re all just tired of seeing them. Thankfully, VOLUMES OF BLOOD: HORROR STORIES not only addresses those problems we’ve had in recent anthologies, but is also hands down, the most entertaining anthology in years.

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  • “SHE KILLS” (Film Review)

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    The lowest of low-brow and as offensive as they come, SHE KILLS tells the story of a woman named Sadie who, on her wedding night, is attacked by a ridiculous gang called The Touchers. They murder her husband and assault her, but Sadie has been cursed by lucifer and is afflicted with something called “Devil’s Crotch”. Men find her irresistible, but once they come into contact with her, they devolve into crazed cannibalistic zombies. Using her newly discovered sexual power, Sadie seeks revenge on The Touchers and embarks on a journey of self discovery, with Jesus! And it is a lot of dumb fun, with plenty of crazy low budget blood and guts.

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