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    Black Eyes: Marina de Van’s “DARK TOUCH” Gets First Poster

    Marina de Van, the filmmaker behind the intensely graphic IN MY SKIN and stylish thriller DON’T LOOK BACK has turned her eye to a child’s tale of horror. DARK TOUCH is a thrilling, Ireland-set film about a girl followed by destruction and may be the cause of it. The first poster certainly tips a hat to that with the innocent face of young Missy Keating, given the blackest eyes.

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    Author Pete Tombs remembers José Ramón Larraz, 1929-2013

    As anyone will know who has heard his audio commentary for the DVD release of VAMPYRES, José Ramón Larraz was a brilliant and hilarious raconteur, possessed of a bubbling vitality and a lascivious wit. It’s one of the many mysteries of the man that his most personal films are almost entirely the opposite. They are moody, slow burning, atmospheric and more than a little tinged with tragedy and the taste of nightmares.

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    “BALTIMORE: THE INFERNAL TRAIN” #1 (Comic Review)

    Bigger weapons, higher death-tolls, and political interests have changed the face of mans need to divide and conquer, but for some, like Henry Baltimore, actions in battle have consequences far beyond human understanding. With a post-war Europe plagued with vampires, BALTIMORE takes the traumas of war and mixes it with the arcane and bizarre; creating a sublime series that ensnares readers with its dark charm. BALTIMORE: THE INFERNAL TRAIN takes our hero into the wild streets of Budapest as he continues his hunt to eradicate the blood-suckers that he, mistakenly, let out onto the world.

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    FREE FANGORIA Screening of UK zombie flick “STALLED” in Dallas!

    Don’t go in the bathroom! There are zombies in there! FANGORIA will be hosting a free advance screening of the UK horror comedy STALLED in Dallas, Texas on Thursday, October 3 at 7 pm! From the creators of the festival fave FREAK OUT (director Christian James and screenwriter Dan Palmer), STALLED—about a poor janitor stuck in a public toilet during a zombie apocalypse—won raves at its London FrightFest premiere last month. See below on how to get your tickets!

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    Waking the Old Ones: NecronomiCon Providence 2013

    Over a long, humid weekend, the fourth edition of the H.P. convention known as the NecronomiCon Providence welcomed hundreds of guests, some which came from such far away places as the U.K., California, Toronto, and Abu Dhabi. Organized by the Lovecraft Arts & Sciences Council with support from the City of Providence and Dark Dunes Productions, the event spanned four days, two hotels, two theaters, the Providence Athenaeum, two art galleries, a restaurant, a rock club, and not one, but two hotels. The conference itself boasted several panels, gaming events, walking tours, dozens of vendors, a concert, Cthulu prayer breakfast, gala, and special WaterFire event—a celebratory Providence phenomenon consisting of over 80 permanent bonfires rising from the river—with live music, and lots of monstrous cosplay.

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    Q&A: Rob Zombie on the Strange, Satanic “THE LORDS OF SALEM”

    Surreal and singular, THE LORDS OF SALEM is one of the must-see horror movies of the year. Regardless of your own reaction in the end, it’s simply unlike much of anything that’s out. As we discuss with its director, the always polarizing Rob Zombie, that alone should be an exciting prospect. A descent into Satanic madness that is often hypnotic, composed and grand, the film was completed on Zombie’s quickest shoot and lowest budget. Here, the director speaks with Fango candidly about the lack of adventurous movie going, finishing THE LORDS OF SALEM and of course, it’s incredible wallpaper.  

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