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  • Druid Underground Film Festival Announces Tour Dates, Releases Intermission Video

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    For some horror fans, the polish and slickness of studio horror never quite strikes the creepy chord that the visceral voice of the underground can provide. Now in it’s eighth year, the Druid Underground Film Festival has specialized in getting the most artistic and surreal genre films in front of curious fright fans. And as the only nationally touring underground film festival in North America, DUFF may be making their way to a city near you, as the Festival recently announced their official dates as well as their official intermission video!

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  • Caption Contest Results: 07/20 – 07/24

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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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  • Exclusive First Art: FANGO’s Ken W. Hanley’s Horror Satire, “THE I IN EVIL”

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    Late last year, FANGORIA was proud to announce that FANGO’s own Managing Web Editor Ken W. Hanley was slated to make his literary debut, penning the horror satire THE I IN EVIL: ACCEPTING AND EMBRACING THE MONSTER YOU ARE for Skyhorse Publishing. Now, Hanley’s book, described as a “self-help book for monsters”, has been officially dated for release, and FANGORIA has the exclusive first illustrations to unleash upon the world, which you can check out below.

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  • New Trailer: Michael Polish’s “AMNESIAC”, Screening in NYC for Free on 8/10!

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    Earlier this week, FANGORIA revealed that we will be hosting a free NYC screening of XLrator Media’s AMNESIAC, the hypnotic psychological thriller from indie director Michael Polish on Monday, August 10th at 7 p.m at the Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Now, XLrator has revealed the shocking first trailer for the fright flick which you can see below!

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  • Bruce Campbell’s Horror Film Festival Announces Line-Up

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    While attention from fright fans has been turned to the likes of Fantasia, Tromadance and FANGORIA’s own International Online Film Festival, another excellent film fest has been coating right underneath FANGORIA’s nose: the second annual Bruce Campbell Horror Film Festival! Presented by Wizard World and programmed by The Awesome Fest, the festival running August 20 – 23 at the Muvico Theater in Rosemont, Illinois, the four-day event is free for Wizard World badge-holders (space permitting), and a limited number of festival badges and single tickets are available for fans who are not registered for Wizard World.

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  • Fantasia ’15: “TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE LIVE!” adds Tony Todd, Noah Segan

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    If there was anything to take out of the many highlights from Stanley Film Festival this past May, it was that if you have the opportunity to see Glenn McQuaid and Larry Fessenden’s TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE LIVE!, you absolutely, positively do so. And if you’re currently up in Montreal at the esteemed Fantasia International Film Festival, then you’re probably excited for this Monday’s TALES presentation as is. But now, the live radio play looks to be one of the hottest horror tickets in town, as Fantasia has announced that the CANDYMAN himself, Tony Todd, will be taking the stage and leading the cast at the one-night-only performance!

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  • “SCOOBY DOO! AND KISS: ROCK AND ROLL MYSTERY” (Film Review)

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    Ardent fans of Hanna-Barbera’s ludicrous and legendary 1978 TV movie KISS MEETS THE PHANTOM OF THE PARK (of which this writer is one) love it unconditionally; the film (directed by recently deceased genre filmmaker Gordon Hessler), is absolutely one of the strangest, inadvertently hilarious and patently ridiculous cult films of all time and there’s truly nothing else quite like it, anywhere, anytime, anyplace. But for the band, PHANTOM is of significant historical relevance. By the time the film began production, KISS was at their commercial peak and, with of co-founder and self-confessed pop culture junkie Gene Simmons’ enthusiastic blessing, had found its garish painted visages stamped across every sort of mass-marketed merchandise known to man. And, after the success of STAR WARS the previous year and the pomp of their literally blood soaked Marvel Comics appearance, it made sense to push the KISS phenomenon into the realm of cinema.

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