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  • Event Report: FANGORIA’s NYC Screening of “THE DIABOLICAL”!

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    On Monday October 12th, FANGORIA hosted the first of many free NYC screenings for the month of October, beginning with the brand-new supernatural thriller THE DIABOLICAL. Ali Larter, in a role written specifically for her, gives a stellar performance alongside a very talented supporting cast including Max Rose, Chloe Perrin and Arjun Gupta. Co-written and directed by up-and-coming horror filmmaker Alistair Legrand, THE DIABOLICAL takes you on a claustrophobic journey through the turmoil of a single mother and her two young children as they battle for their sanity and their lives from supernatural forces. This unique take on an otherwise generic subgenre of horror is packed with thrills, scares and surprising twists, right up to the very last shot of the film.

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  • Caption Contest Results: 10/12 – 10/16

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    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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  • “ASH VS. EVIL DEAD: Season 1, Episode 1” (TV Review)

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    When watching the pilot episode of ASH VS. EVIL DEAD, one can’t help but feel that this entry into the franchise is truly a culmination of all that came before it. Whether it be the hallucinatory, slow-burn dread of the original film, the over-the-top gore and demonic possession of EVIL DEAD II, the slapstick/one-liner friendly humor of ARMY OF DARKNESS or the gut-wrenching viscera of the 2013 reboot, ASH VS. EVIL DEAD is a carefully crafted mixing pot of any and everything an EVIL DEAD fan could want from Ash’s grand return. But even beyond the carnage on display, the reason why ASH VS. EVIL DEAD evokes such a potent sense of nostalgia is that Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell and Rob Tapert are still finding new ways to have fun and fright in a universe with 30 years of familiarity behind it.

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  • New Poster, Kindle Release Information for Ken Hanley’s “THE I IN EVIL”

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    With the spirit of Halloween in the air, there’s few gifts as fitting for horror’s favorite holiday than the self-help book for monsters from FANGORIA’s own Ken Hanley, entitled THE I IN EVIL. Featuring frightening illustrations from Marvel/DC Comics alumni Adam Wallenta (which you can see HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE), THE I IN EVIL has been building brutal buzz in its satirical insanity from the various tie-in screenings and poster reveals (including from the likes of Kevin Spencer and Todd Spence). Now, FANGORIA has the latest update on Hanley’s terrifying tome, including another brand new poster!

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  • FANGORIA International Online Film Festival Selections Announced!

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    Last Summer, FANGORIA shook up the horror world with the announcement of our impending International Online Film Festival, a serialized event that would bring the film festival experience to computers and mobile devices around the world. And while the final details on FIOFF 2015 will be announced soon, FANGORIA is proud to announce to official film selections for the event, both in the feature film and short film categories.

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  • Exclusive Q&A: Tom Hiddleston Talks “CRIMSON PEAK” and “KONG: SKULL ISLAND”

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    When FANGORIA sits down to interview Tom Hiddleston about CRIMSON PEAK, silverware in the table setting between us keeps vibrating…ghosts, perhaps? That would be appropriate given the subject matter at hand; we also got a few words from the actor about his next big role in KONG: SKULL ISLAND.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: New Lovecraftian “THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW” is Here, Plus Bonus Short Film!

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    With two episodes under its belt, buzz has been building among fright fans for FANGORIA’s second original podcast, THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW. Our audio adaptation of Clay McLeod Chapman’s incredible, immersive stage show brings the twenty year legacy of the series to life via incredible performances of Chapman and his PUMPKIN PIE cohort Hanna Cheek. And this week, we have some that Lovecraft lovers will absolutely go mad for, as Chapman and Cheek bring us the eerie anatomical tale entitled “Late Bloomer”!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Films from After Dark’s ‘8 Films To Die For’ Series!

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    When After Dark Films launched their 8 Films To Die For Series nearly a decade ago, it was definitely a new experience for a majority of fright fans. For lovers of the lurid, After Dark brought the horror film festival experience to major multiplexes, often to theaters and towns that were nowhere near the horror hubs of the world. Yet even more surprising was that After Dark didn’t rely on the cheapest and the most homogenous films they could find, but took gambles on ambitious, eerie scare fare. And with 8 Films To Die For returning after a five year absence, FANGORIA has amassed our ten favorite After Dark titles for your Halloween viewing consideration…

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  • Inside After Dark Films’ “UNNATURAL” Selection, With Exclusive Clip

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    Man vs. nature is a venerable subgenre that has pitted humans against sharks, dogs, spiders and many other species. Hank Braxtan’s UNNATURAL, part of the After Dark Films collection debuting today in theaters and on DVD and digital HD, delves into the previously unchartered world of the ferocious polar bear.

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  • Darren Lynn Bousman talks raising hell with “TALES OF HALLOWEEN”

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    Among the many and varied minimovies in TALES OF HALLOWEEN (out today in theaters, on VOD and iTunes from Epic Pictures, and reviewed here), Darren Lynn Bousman’s “The Night Billy Raised Hell” crams perhaps the most mayhem into its brief running time. But as Bousman tells FANGORIA, for all the insanity the segment spotlights, the inspiration behind it was rather conservative.

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  • Cast and Crew Talk “THE EXORCISM OF MOLLY HARTLEY,” Screening Free in NYC!

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    In 2008, director Mickey Liddell’s THE HAUNTING OF MOLLY HARTLEY introduced us to a new teen heroine being haunted by literal demons. The cliffhanger ending had Molly walk off the stage at her graduation to be accepted into a satanic cult, and now THE EXORCISM OF MOLLY HARTLEY reveals what happens next.

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