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  • Fango Moderates YouTube Panel with Fessenden, Kaufman & More

    YouTube is getting right into the Halloween spirit. In addition to teaming with Legendary Entertainment and Guillermo del Toro on a filmmaking contest that will close with one filmmaker receiving a development deal, the site celebrates the opening of their New York City YouTube space this October 1st with an Indie Horror Filmmaking Panel moderated by our very own Samuel Zimmerman.

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  • International Horror Invades the 2014 Samain Du Cinéma Fantastique in France

    La Samain du Cinéma Fantastique is a film festival held annually over the Halloween period on the Cote d’Azur in the South of France and is wholly dedicated to Fantasy, Horror and Sci-Fi films. From the 28th of October until the 1st of November, weird cinema lovers are treated to an eclectic film program consisting of premieres, short films and screenings of cult features, as well as special events such as master classes, music concerts and even a zombie walk.

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    30 for 31: “THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT” (1999)

    The Season of the Witch is upon us, ye ole FANGORIA Readers! And to many, Halloween means candy, costumes and creepshows of all sorts. But to the staff at FANGORIA, Halloween can mean something more entirely. Therefore, we present 30 FOR 31, in which FANGORIA recounts the cinema that most strongly represents what Halloween means to us.

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  • London, England: Exclusive Fango Offer to See Composer Simon Boswell Live!

    Wetting his beak in new wave pop and classic Italian exploitation film, progressing to rich evocative scores for the likes of Richard Stanley and Alejandro Jodorowsky to making music for the Pope (!), no other composer has had as bizarre and fascinating a professional journey as British musician Simon Boswell. And now, after a few false starts, Boswell is treating the good people of London to a full-blown live show this week on Thursday, October 2nd at London’s Leicester Square Theatre.

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  • Wirkola Not Helming “HANSEL & GRETEL 2”

    As the U.S. release of bigger, better Nazi zombie sequel DEAD SNOW 2: RED VS. DEAD approaches, director Tommy Wirkola is fielding questions about the impending sequel of his big budget horror-fairy tale HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS. Speaking to FANGORIA just days after after confirming the script is complete, Wirkola has revealed he will not be directing the follow-up. 

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    Recap: The 2014 Eyegore Awards & Universal Hollywood Horror Nights

    For those who do not know, the Eyegore awards are the “bad-ass version of the Oscars”, according to the fantastic Danny Trejo who presented a Gargoyle statuette to long time ‘compadre’ Robert Rodriguez at Friday night’s award ceremony held at Universal Studios. Yet the awards also mark the beginning of the Halloween season each year and honor outstanding artists in horror, as well as raising the curtain for the horror mazes at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights.

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    Q&A: South African HorrorFest Celebrates 10 Years of Terror

    Horror is a global village and every country and culture seems to embrace and celebrate their love of strange, dark fantasy entertainment. In South Africa, musicians, writers, filmmakers and general genre movie obsessives Paul Blom (who occasionally contributes to Fango) and Sonja Ruppersberg do their part in keeping horror relevant with their annual festival, the SOUTH AFRICAN HORRORFEST, running from October 27th – November 7th at Capetown’s historic Labia Theatre. This year the fest will be screening John Carpenter’s original HALLOWEEN, NYMPH, a new South African film called JULIA, SOULMATE and doc’s like DOC OF THE DEAD, LOST SOUL and YELLOW FEVER. Plus much more.

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