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    “GHOST” #1 (Comic Review)

    The multi-faceted Dark Horse Comics has had a low-flying hero universe for over twenty years. From strange, one time characters such as The Moth and The Escapist to the largely popular Hellboy (who’s even crossed paths with Batman and Robin at one point), the company has been slowly building its stable of do-gooders through solid storylines and dedicated readers. One of the most well-known characters is Ghost, a woman not quite living but not quite in the grave, whose mission it is to stop the hordes of hungry demons eager to nibble at our tender souls. Forever trapped in a semi-corporal state, she attempts to keep the gates of Hell from opening on our world while searching for answers to her own forgotten past. After making semi-regular appearances throughout the Dark Horse-verse, Ghost is once again the star of her own series, creating a launching pad for new and old readers alike.

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    Toronto: Win a Double Pass to see Insane Cult Film “THE VISITOR”!

    Drafthouse Films – in collusion with Canadian distributor Films We Like- proudly present Michael J. Paradise’s demented 1979 Italian/US mind-bender THE VISITOR for a limited engagement running December 30th to January 1st at Toronto’s TIFF Bell Lightbox. And we want to send you to see it. The question is…are you ready?

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    Exclusive U.S. DVD art: Israeli zombie actioner “BATTLE OF THE UNDEAD”

    With RABIES and BIG BAD WOLVES taking the international genre scene by storm, more Israeli filmmakers have been moving into horror territory. One such production is BATTLE OF THE UNDEAD (originally titled CANNON FODDER), a war/horror hybrid coming to U.S. DVD next year; we’ve got the info and an exclusive first look at the cover art.

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    Short: Sketch Group Paints NYC SantaCon as the Apocalypse

    Let me tell you about SantaCon. Actually, considering this special hell of fake beards and sexy elves has spread to cities around the globe since its first havoc-wreaking event in San Francisco in 1994, you may well know about hordes of drunken coeds and adults who still wish they were in college, roaming city streets wasted and adorned in festive attire.

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    The Year in Horror, 2013: Ken Hanley’s Top Films

    It’s Christmas Time here at FANGORIA, and that means our year is rapidly exiting this mortal coil in order to bring us even more gruesome goodness in 2014. More importantly, it means we get to reflect on the year behind us, think about the things we liked and put them into lists in order to spur petty arguments and superfluous agreements!

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    International “DEVIL’S DUE” Poster Continues the Promotion’s Satanic Streak

    The poster campaign for Radio Silence’s upcoming found footage DEVIL’S DUE has been nonstop Satanic kitsch. It’s also been nonstop. But when those behind it are seemingly having fun juxtaposing songs about the birth of Christ with the birth of something worse, and positioning bloody pregnant women on upside down crosses and in the middle of ritualistic circles, who’s complaining? 

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    Frank Darabont Sues AMC Over “WALKING DEAD” Profits

    Just when you thought his bark was worse than his bite, Frank Darabont has officially drawn blood in his feud with AMC, suing the network over a breach of contract regarding profits from the smash hit show THE WALKING DEAD. The suit, which was broken publicly by The Hollywood Reporter, alleged that Darabont had been planning action from before his exit on the show and might have attributed to his abrupt exit days after the 2011 Comic Con that truly showed the show’s potential for greener pastures.

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    Caesar on the Attack in Official “DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES” Teaser

    If anything has changed from the teaser unveiled at this past summer’s San Diego Comic-Con and the official DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES teaser released today, it’s either none too drastic, or I just can’t spot it. It’s the still a rousing, misty  bit of anticipation that points toward the resurrection of this series being an exciting, successful one.

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