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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” Obsess Over “FATAL ATTRACTION” & “PLAY MISTY FOR ME”!

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    For the next installment in their “Love Kills” series, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW are back to compare and contrast two terrifying tales of obsession. And with Kate approaching these fright films with fresh eyes, Kate & Tab carve into and examine FATAL ATTRACTION and PLAY MISTY FOR ME!

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  • Found Footage… FOR REAL: Donald Pleasence & FEAR take Manhattan on Halloween!

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    Let’s travel back in time, shall we? The year is 1981. In New York, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE has become a shell of itself, falling in ratings as a new cast struggles to hit a chord with audiences while producers are desperate for any gimmick that could bring back lost viewers. In Los Angeles, THE DECLINE OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION is being screened to cult success and massive controversy, with even the Los Angeles Police Department demanding the documentary- which objectively follows the budding, disruptive and violent punk rock music scene- not be shown again in the city. And in the world of horror, the producers of HALLOWEEN- taking a cue from the success of FRIDAY THE 13TH in the slasher fanbase’s unwaning interest in the subgenre- are getting ready to roll-out the sequel a full three years after Michael Myers came home the first time. And little do they know, these three events are going to collide in one of the most notorious and bizarre live events in television history.

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  • NY/NJ/PA! Brighton Asylum & Fringe Horror Team Up For “BLIND DATE” Immersive Experience!

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    For East Coast-based horror hounds, the name Brighton Asylum should be far from foreign. As one of the most acclaimed and esteemed haunted attractions in the Tri-state Area, Brighton has long been a horror hotspot, with walkthroughs, escape rooms and more to keep fright fans satiated all year round. However, Brighton Asylum is taking their genre game to the next level by teaming with newly established haunt programmer Fringe Horror, marking their extreme immersive experience debut with BLIND DATE”

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  • John Carpenter Releases First “LOST THEMES II” Track, New Tour Dates

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA reported on the first word regarding John Carpenter’s LOST THEMES II, the second solo release from the filmmaker/composer, as well as his first tour date announcements. Now, Carpenter and Sacred Bones Records have released the first track from LOST THEMES II, as well as a handful of new tour dates across the U.S.!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE HORROR SHOW” Pays Tribute to Barbara Crampton!

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    Following their “SERIAL Killer” retrospective series, THE HORROR SHOW offers their second annual Valentine’s Day episode, and with Women in Horror Month on the mind, pay tribute to the one-and-only Barbara Crampton! In the first part of their massive discussion on the beloved Scream Queen, Sean & Joe honor Crampton’s career and discuss her turn in the ‘80s camp classic CHOPPING MALL!

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  • Exclusive Stills, Release Info: Dylan Greenberg’s “AMITYVILLE: VANISHING POINT”

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    Last year, FANGORIA reported on DARK PRISM, offering the first word and clip on the upcoming surrealist horror offering from 18-year-old director Dylan Greenberg. And while that film is still on the way, Greenberg has already completed her sophomore feature, AMITYVILLE: VANISHING POINT, which promises to be an intense twist on the Amityville legend, and FANGORIA has the first official stills and information on the horror flick below!

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  • For Your Consideration: The 2016 Chainsaw Award Nominees for Best Supporting Actress

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    With voting season now open on the FANGORIA Chainsaw Awards, fans are putting their minds at work to select their favorites out of every potential nominee. When it came to Best Supporting Actress, there were many deserving choices who didn’t unfortunately make the cut, including KRAMPUS’ Allison Tolman, SOME KIND OF HATE’s Sierra McCormack, and DEATHGASM’s Kimberley Crossman. Likewise, there were even horror titles whose eerie ensembles made it quite difficult to narrow down a specific nominee, including THE MIDNIGHT SWIM and THE FINAL GIRLS. Nevertheless, with only five performers that could land the nominations, FANGORIA had to narrow it down to our five absolute favorite supporting performances from an actress in 2015…

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  • Toys of Terror #90

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    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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  • Will Alchemy’s Financial Woes Hurt Rob Zombie’s “31”?

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    Last last night, news broke over at Deadline that distributor Alchemy had slashed its staff by almost 50% over the past week, shortly after they cut a deal with A24 to take over distribution on Cannes favorite THE LOBSTER. Meanwhile, a dark cloud has been cast over the other films in Alchemy’s roster, which include Ben Wheatley’s upcoming crime thriller FREE FIRE, James Franco’s period psychodrama ZEROVILLE and Rob Zombie’s highly anticipated horror offering 31, with rumblings already starting regarding the uncertain futures of those films.

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