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  • Extreme Horror Experience “DEPROGRAMMED” Targets Safe Spaces and the Regressive Left

    In 2016, The Haunted Scarehouse of Wharton, NJ and Fringe Immersive out of New York teamed up with shock haunter Russ McKamey of the infamous McKamey Manor to bring the east coast a taste of extreme horror with DYSTOPIA. The horror show went very well with guests traveling from as far as Australia to attend the one night only experience.

    Flash forward to 2017 and the people who brought you DYSTOPIA have created a new experience called DEPROGRAMMED which targets the topics of safe spaces and regressive left-wing politics.

    Political themes in haunted houses are not anything new, but this is not a haunted house. The experience is described by writer P.H Adoreart as a legitimate deprogramming simulation that will last up to two hours and will feature many simulated tactics applied to the art of mind programming humans with concepts and ideas that are genuinely bad for humanity.

    Adoreart, a self described “liberal” and horror junkie says “The left have left and went right. They’re like the religious right-wing of America now. Their ideology is their religion, celebrities their virtue signaling saints and if you dissent, you’re a heretic.”

    DEPROGRAMMED will cover touchy topics that are pillars of the SJW community and deconstruct the ideas to their most basic tenants while performing mental and physical trauma to individuals who hold themselves accountable to the very ideas believed to be caustic in action in American politics.

    Fringe Immersive has never been a stranger to controversy and clearly feelings do not matter in horror, have they ever? No. Not really. Their past experiences deal with real world issues like living in a police state, joining a Luciferian sex cult, government mind control and drug abuse, dystopian societies, conspiracy theories and more.

    DEPROGRAMMED will be streamed, live to Facebook or YouTube and viewers will get to watch everything unfold in real time, the story described sounds something out of a Philip K. Dick story.

    “A distant future where over privileged, angst ridden millennials have overrun the political spectrum, a new program has been created by the “deep state” and developed by the Aurora Institute to document the results and the mental and physical status of each individual taken for examination.”

    The Aurora Institute is a fictional mind health group that oversees all Fringe Immersive events and guests are lead to believe that this shadowy cabal is really behind everything happening in the world and each experience another test on humanity before implemented on a national or global scale.

    Scary stuff right there. DEPROGRAMMED is a closed to the public, but two lucky (or unlucky) people are going to find out what Fringe Immersive has in store for them.

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  • EXCLUSIVE TRAILER: “CREPITUS” starring Bill Moseley!

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    Filming has just finalized for one of two shoots to come for GingerKnight Entertainment’s “CREPITUS” production starring Bill Moseley! Any avid horror fan recognizes Moseley from his many works in the genre including: TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2, HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES, DEVIL’S REJECTS, REPO! THE GENERIC OPERA, and ARMY OF DARKNESS. Directed by Haynze Whitmore, screenplay by Eddie and Sarah Renner, “CREPITUS” is filmed entirely in Cheboygan, Michigan and is Whitmore’s directorial debut for a feature film.

    Many genre fans most admire Moseley’s iconic roll as Otis in Rob Zombie’s “HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES,” where he worked alongside Sid Haig who brought life to the iconic Captain Spaulding character. Now, Moseley dives into the mind of a demented clown and plays “CREPITUS” himself – an immortal, child eating clown.

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  • Q&A: Jason London talks “NIGHTWORLD”

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    Some may remember the Jason London of the 90’s; Court Foster in THE MAN IN THE MOON, Pink in DAZED AND CONFUSED, or even that dude in those Aerosmith videos. Some may know the Jason London from horror films such as CARRIE 2: THE RAGE, DRACULA II: THE ASCENSION, and DRACULA III: LEGACY. However, no matter which version on London you may know, he’s been around for decades, making waves, both on and off screen.

    Now, with 10 films slated to come out in 2017, London’s latest on-screen venture takes him to Sofia, Bulgaria; where he must guard a mysterious house, battle inner demons, and oh yeah, make sure the gates of hell don’t open.

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  • Fangoria Musick: KARDIAC releases “DAYDREAMS” teaser, album details!

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    Over the past year, fans have been able to witness first hand the exponential growth of our music label, FANGORIA Musick. Diversity is what makes FANGORIA Musick stand out from the crowd as it has artists from different genres that are horror related in style. For those that have been following the label’s talent signings, you already know about its horror hip-hop artist “KARDIAC” who debuted on the label with his album “IN THE PERIPHERAL” in 2015. With the release of that album came “THE CLEANSER” Official Music Video which was shot at two “TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE” (2013) film locations and was directed by FANGO’s own, April Bedan.

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  • FANGO Original Editor Bob Martin health issues, Medical Fund needs your help!

    For life-long fans of the magazine, the name Robert “Bob” Martin is not a new name to you. For those unfamiliar, “Uncle Bob Martin”, as he’s also known, was the original Editor of Fangoria Magazine from 1979 -1986. Unfortunately, Uncle Bob has recently encountered some health issues and is currently in the hospital. As many of you may relate, healthcare is also an issue. The burden of medical bills ensues as Uncle Bob recovers from a major health complication at the same time. His family and friends have started a GoFundMe page to help ease the stress of medical bills and any other needs he may have during this trying time.

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  • “NICOLE, HER EX, AND THE KILLER” (Screenplay Review)

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    For most of us in this hustle-and-bustle world, our family life and relationships can sometimes be more horrifying than the horror movies we know and love. Yet I’m sure even the most mind-meltingly insane personal life can’t quite measure up to the twisted story of NICOLE, HER EX, AND THE KILLER, the latest script from the warped minds of Bob X Akins and Nicole Trobaugh. A horror comedy about a love triangle of psychopaths, NICOLE, HER EX, AND THE KILLER is the kind of wickedly original tale that will make you laugh, scream, and everything in between.

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  • “NEEDLESTICK” starring Lance Henriksen injects outlets on February 21st!

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    The doctor is in! The indie horror-thriller “NEEDLESTICK” stars Lance Henriksen, alongside Michael Traynor (THE WALKING DEAD), Harry Lennix (THE MATRIX Sequels, BATMAN VS. SUPERMAN, THE BLACKLIST), Katie Savoy (NCIS: NEW ORLEANS, SEQUESTERED, SHARKTOPUS VS. PTERACUDA), and Jordan Trovillion (JACK REACHER, THE LIFE AND DEATH OF JOHN GOTTI) with a music score by Harry Manfredini (FRIDAY THE 13th) and cinematography by Bryan Greenberg. Filmed entirely in Detroit, the story develops as a young intern (Traynor) who comes to work for his mentor (Henriksen) but uncovers his macabre experiments to lethally extract a cure for aging from unwitting patients.

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  • Fangoria Musick is now available to score your next film!

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    Are you an independent filmmaker needing a score for your upcoming short or feature length film? We’ve got you covered. Fangoria Musick is now open to projects for scoring purposes! Films of all kinds and lengths are welcomed. Their lurid laboratory is jam-packed full of sound software and equipment that’s sure to take your project to a whole new terrifying level. Top your fright film off with sinister sounds straight from the crypt of Fangoria Musick!

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  • Korean horror film “The Wailing” raises potential remake discussions!

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    Since Gore Verbinski helmed an American remake of RINGU in 2002, Western audiences have become more affectionate toward Asia as an outlet for their fix of genre cinema. Look no further than the good will bestowed upon director Joon Ho Bong – who helmed THE HOST, MOTHER, and I SAW THE DEVIL – by horror hounds as proof. But not since the early 2000’s J-Horror boom, has a year been so important to the Eastern market as 2016, with the arrival of both TRAIN TO BUSAN and THE WAILING blowing Western critics and audiences away.

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