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    New York! Celebrate Halloween with Nitehawk, Fango and an All-Night Movie Marathon!

    This Halloween, we’re living the dream. Nitehawk Cinema’s Caryn Coleman and Kris Kring, and FANGORIA’s Samuel Zimmerman are packing a movie theater full of costumed bodies for five movies and a ton of fun in between including short films, trivia, contests and Nitehawk’s delicious menu on tap.

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    George A. Romero-starring “ZOMBIE SQUASH” Game Gets Metal Soundtrack

    Here’s an oddball diversion as you slink into the Halloween season. Sumthing Else Music Works, the indie label dedicated to licensing and distributing video game soundtracks is about to unleash the ZOMBIE SQUASH Original Soundtrack featuring the heavy metal instrumental score from ACW Games’ tongue-in-cheek mobile game for iOS and Android.

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    Death Metallers Howling pay tribute to Chas Balun and “HORROR HOLOCAUST” on new record

    HOWLING is not at all shy about letting its genre roots show—the gore-festooned melodic death metallers’ self-declared influences include “80s back issues of FANGORIA, GOREZONE, DEEP RED, and vintage poster/VHS artwork from the glory days” and the band’s excellent full-length debut A BEAST CONCEIVED paid open homage to a bevy of underground classics from the backwoods horror subgenre.

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    Gallery: Dead Right Horror Trivia Night’s Top Ten Halloween Costumes!

    When FANGORIA and Shock Till you Drop decided to team-up to create a horror-based pub trivia night, we had no idea how popular it’d end up. Ryan Turek and I skillfully crafted our questions and game play, and fans showed up in droves. Now, ten months on, the monthly-event has a lengthy waiting list and continues to be super competitive and ridiculously fun. Being October, this past week we added one additional rule to the game play: all participants must come in costume or points will be deducted. Rather than suffer our point-dropping wrath, everyone dressed in festive attire, and considering this is a horror-geeky lot, we saw some astonishingly creative genre-based outfits. Check out the best below!

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    “THE MEMORY COLLECTORS” (Comic Review)

    There are many ways to torture a person. While plenty of horror tends to focus on the physical torment, it’s the psychological scars that truly stay with the victim, threatening to resurface at the most awkward of times. MEMORY COLLECTORS takes full advantage of this unique human condition, creating a comic that is steeped in nightmares and the demons who feed off the subsequent misery. Written and illustrated by Menton3, the series has been a long time coming for fans of the artist’s distinct, fetishist goth art. Though this is the creator’s second attempt at a full comic series, he is usually found only contributing to cover art, making MEMORY COLLECTORS a unique addition to his repertoire.

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    NYC Horror Film Festival: Bigger & Bloodier

    As anyone knows, New York City never sleeps, and this November, the New York City Horror Film Festival will give it a good reason not to. Descending on the Big Apple for the eleventh time, this annual showcase of new and independent movies from around the world is looking to be one of its finest exhibitions to date, and features appearances from some of the most exciting names in the genre. From November 14 to 17, the NYCHFF will be held at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street), and is organized by Ronnie Hein and FANGORIA’s own Tony Timpone.

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    Q&A: “HELLBENDERS” star Clifton Collins Jr.

    In HELLBENDERS, opening in select theaters (in 3D) and on VOD today from Lionsgate, a group of rogue priests calling themselves the Augustine Interfaith Order of Hellbound Saints will do anything to fight evil—including committing some pretty sinful acts themselves. Both enacting and confronting bad behavior on screen is nothing new for actor Clifton Collins Jr., who plays the group’s second-in-command, Larry.

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    NY! Win tickets to a Seasonal Screening of “SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER” at Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers!

    The spoils of October continue as New York’s brand new Alamo Drafthouse Yonkers (2548 Central Park Avenue) rolls out their lineup of Halloween delights over the weekend of October 25-26, including AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON w/ Griffin Dunne, JOHN DIES AT THE END w/ Don Coscarelli and Jeff Lieberman’s holiday cult film SATAN’S LITTLE HELPER, of which Fango has five pairs of tickets to give away!

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