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    “FRIGHT BYTES” sees “NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE”

    In this episode of FRIGHT BYTES, your hosts Lianne Spiderbaby and Steve Mac visit the Theatre Passe Muraille in Toronto to see NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE, the theatrical stage play based on our Romero favorite.  Lianne and Steve speak with Chris Bond, the director of the production (you might remember him as the director of EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL), and co-producer and co-writer Chris Harrison about the production and how it came to be.

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    July VOD voting still on, Read top tens from filmmaker guests!

    Since the launch of FANGORIA’s very own nook on Xfinity on Demand, each month has included a specially curated lineup (by esteemed programmer Zack Carlson) of retro titles that sees a healthy mix of hardline classics, undervalued gems and trashy delights. This July, however, we’re putting that responsibility in your hands.

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    Grindhouse Releasing returns with “CORRUPTION” and “AN AMERICAN HIPPIE” alongside

    Following the sad passing of co-founder Sage Stallone, and  Bob Murawski’s stint on OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, home video heroes Grindhouse Releasing are gearing up for a welcome return, bringing Peter Cushing vehicle CORRUPTION and oddity AN AMERICAN HIPPIE IN ISRAEL to theaters and Blu-ray this September.

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    Fango Funhouse: Judah Friedlander talks “FEAST,” “FEVER” and Frights!

    As any true fright fanatic can tell you, horror and comedy go together like monsters and sequels, often bleeding into one another in such iconic genre offerings such as the DEAD ALIVE, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON and CREEPSHOW. Whether it’s oddly timed decapitation or the bickering undead, few can argue that the subversive nature of both genres compliment each other with relative ease. Therefore, I welcome you, dear reader, to FANGO FUNHOUSE, a look into the co-dependent world of horror-comedy through those who know it best.

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    Con Report: Motor City Nightmares rocks Detroit

    To say that Detroit, Michigan has a reputation can be a drastic understatement. Known to most as the murder capital of the nation, Detroit may have earned its pessimistic moniker, but it’s a name seemingly pulled from the urban decay of a glass half empty. Lest we forget the top of this glass: The half that is filled with the fastest cars and loudest rock ‘n’ roll to ever blaze this planet? For a number of years, Tommy Brunswick has been hard at work putting Detroit back on the map of optimism with one blood splattered Michigan mitten shape at a time. She’s a filmmaker, she’s an entrepreneur and she’s co-founder of the ever-expanding horror convention, Motor City Nightmares.

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