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  • Contest: Win a Chuck Palahniuk Prize Pack!

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    Lovers of lurid literature need no introduction to Chuck Palahniuk, the foremost champion of the absurdly violent, depraved and tragic storytelling within the written word today. The transgressive author, who is currently hard-at-work on his graphic novel sequel to FIGHT CLUB, has spun heads and turned stomachs over the years, and even impossibly found a way to do so while being commercially accessible. And to celebrate Palahniuk’s accumulated works as well as the release of Issue #5 of Dark Horse Comics’ FIGHT CLUB 2, FANGORIA is teaming up with the master of the morbid for a giveaway of Palahniuk’s greatest hits (pun definitely intended)!

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  • Toys of Terror #72

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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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  • Texas Frightmare Weekend ’16: New Guest Announced; Premium Passes Still Available!

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    Over the past two months, FANGORIA has been proud to reveal the stellar first guests for the 2016 Texas Frightmare Weekend, which has so far included Kane Hodder, George A. Romero, Tony Todd, Mitch Pileggi, Stephen McHattie and Gerrit Graham. However, as the official sponsor of TFW2016, FANGORIA has the exclusive low-down on the next genre veteran making this way to the Southwest’s Premiere Horror Convention!

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  • Exclusive: Rave with BBQ Films & “BLADE” and Get Signed Artwork from Tim Seeley!

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    Last week, FANGORIA was among the first to report the utterly awesome BLADE Blood Rave from BBQ Films, the official afterparty of the Comic Con-based New York Super Week which sets out to recreate the messy opening scene from BLADE while plunging attendees into a live, interactive BLADE theatrical/immersive experience. And with a live performance by The Crystal Method and some salacious surprises on the way, this event is looking to blow fright fans minds in a big, bad way. And while fans can find all the gory details HEREBBQ Films and FANGORIA are teaming up for an exclusive deal for horror hounds that provide some sinister swag!

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  • Mile High Horror Film Festival ’15: “RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD” Poster, FANGORIA Prizes & Craven Screening Revealed!

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    The time is almost nigh, horror hounds, as Mile High Horror Film Festival tears into the Alamo Drafthouse in Littleton, Colorado this Thursday, October 1st ‘till Sunday, October 4th. However FANGORIA has some very last minute updates for those attending MHHFF 2015, including their first look at our exclusive RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD VHS screening poster and more information on the very first live recording of WE’LL SEE YOU IN HELL!

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  • Event Report: “TREMORS” With Kevin Bacon and FANGORIA at Alamo Drafthouse

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    Every month, horror fans flock to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Yonkers for the Prints of Darkness series, which showcases 35mm film prints of cult horror programmed by FANGORIA’s own managing editor, Michael Gingold. For this month’s screening, giant sandworms were on the menu in an entirely sold-out theater, with every seat occupied by fans there to see TREMORS and its star, Kevin Bacon, in person.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE HORROR SHOW” goes to Scare-A-Con and “THE RANTS MACABRE” heads to Texarkana!

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    With October around the corner, THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE return this week for another wicked round of grassroots horror talk! While THE HORROR SHOW enlists some special guests for their most star-studded episode yet, THE RANTS MACABRE goes back in time to talk about the history and legacy of a tried-and-true cult classic. While the shows may be very different, chances are that horror hounds of all shapes and sizes will find something to love about this pair of petrifying episodes!

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horrors We’d Like To See in 3D, Part 2!

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    Six months ago, FANGORIA posted an edition of our beloved Dreadful Ten column focusing on the fright flicks we would most want to see in 3D, if ever given the chance. And while post-conversion 3D has a bad name among the horror community, the process can be used for good or can even enhance the experience, especially in the cases of JURASSIC PARK or PREDATOR. Hell, in Europe, it’s nearly routine for classic genre titles to get 3D Blu-ray rereleases! Therefore, we decided to add another batch of terror titles that this writer would love to see in the third dimension, whether it be for their incredible FX make-up or cinematography that is begging for the increased depth…

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  • Arrow Video Blu-ray Round-Up: “THE BEAST”, “EATEN ALIVE” & More…

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    With a mind towards the obscure, the fascinating and the fantastic, there’s a reason why Arrow Video has earned the reputation as the unofficial Criterion Collection of the genre. Yet with their incredible restorations, top-tier special features and a very specific film selection, the comparison is more than justified and equally as impressive. Nevertheless, much like how beauty is in the eye of the beholder, film’s subjective nature might make choosing Arrow titles a risky task, and therefore, FANGORIA has rounded up Arrow Video’s latest titles to help fright fans find the right addition to their horrific high-def collection.

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  • FANGO Flashback: “BELOW” (2002)

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    For most horror fans, BELOW is best categorized as the “submarine horror film,” likely because it’s one of the very, very few explicitly genre films set on a submarine. Yet if you think about it, submarines could be one of the easiest places to set a horror film; after all, it’s a claustrophobic metal tube that primarily is known for navigating the dark recesses of the ocean, and on a budgetary level, a filmmaker can get a lot of mileage out of a set primarily made of long, metal hallways. And beyond that, BELOW also holds the distinction of being a damn good horror movie, with the combination of director David Twohy and co-writer/producer Darren Aronofsky placing emphasis on scares and tension in ways many haunted house movies would only dream of doing.

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