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  • Fangoria Musick is now available to score your next film!

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    Are you an independent filmmaker needing a score for your upcoming short or feature length film? We’ve got you covered. Fangoria Musick is now open to projects for scoring purposes! Films of all kinds and lengths are welcomed. Their lurid laboratory is jam-packed full of sound software and equipment that’s sure to take your project to a whole new terrifying level. Top your fright film off with sinister sounds straight from the crypt of Fangoria Musick!

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  • Korean horror film “The Wailing” raises potential remake discussions!

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    Since Gore Verbinski helmed an American remake of RINGU in 2002, Western audiences have become more affectionate toward Asia as an outlet for their fix of genre cinema. Look no further than the good will bestowed upon director Joon Ho Bong – who helmed THE HOST, MOTHER, and I SAW THE DEVIL – by horror hounds as proof. But not since the early 2000’s J-Horror boom, has a year been so important to the Eastern market as 2016, with the arrival of both TRAIN TO BUSAN and THE WAILING blowing Western critics and audiences away.

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  • “DARK SEDUCTION” (Film Review)

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    Coming out of the gates like the long lost gem that it is, the Greg Travis-helmed DARK SEDUCTION is a type of film very rarely seen these days, complete with a blend of pulp/noir greatness. Originally shot in 1984 and lost for decades, the Jim Jarmusch-like detective yarn feels like a cross between Raymond Chandler and the vampire films that were so magical and exciting growing up with.

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  • Fangoria Musick: New logo t-shirts are now available!

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    Fangoria Musick has unveiled a brand new t-shirt to help you turn some heads in 2017! These sinister tees are blood red with black ink, an inversion of their official logo, and are now available in The Musick Store! To start the new year off right, Fangoria Musick has an offering – ALL UNITED STATES ORDERS COME WITH FREE SHIPPING!

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  • Women in Horror Film Festival launched, accepting submissions!

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    As stronger support continues to develop for recognition of women’s roles in film-making, a brand new film festival, WOMEN IN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL, is launched and dedicated to showcasing women in various positions of production.  In order to meet the criteria for selection, the submitted work must have at least 50% of roles that are fulfilled by women. These roles include: producers, directors, writers, cinematographers, and lead talent for the completed project.

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  • Fangoria Musick grabs dark synthwave artist Lapses!

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    For those keeping a close eye on Fangoria Musick and its momentous progress in recent months, you may have heard about their recent compilations “THE HORDE MIXTAPE” and “THE HORDE VOL. 2”. Both albums give horror musicians a chance to be featured with other artists of various genres. For the first time ever, Fangoria Musick adds an artist from the compilation to its official roster with a release to come in Spring 2017!

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  • Exclusive Pics, Q&A: Loris Curci & Sofia Rakova talk “HAVANA DARKNESS”

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    Loris Curci has been making waves in the horror industry for well over a decade producing films and documentaries such as SUSPIRIA: 25TH ANNIVERSARY, BEYOND THE LIVING DEAD, ZONE OF THE DEAD, and 11-11-11. Now, in his most recent efforts, Curci has produced the first horror flick in Cuba to be shot in English, HAVANA DARKNESS. Slated for a release in March of 2017, HAVANA DARKNESS follows three friends who journey to Havana, Cuba to investigate the origins of a manuscript written by Ernest Hemingway. Unfortunately, terror ensues and the three friends must fight to survive through maze horror beyond their imagination. In between post production of HAVANA DARKNESS and his latest film NIGHTWORLD staring Jason London and Robert Englund, Loris and collaborator Sofia Rakova took some time to answer a few questions about this history-making film.

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  • Toys of Terror #130

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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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  • NYC! Get Discounted Admission at NYZ Apocalypse’s Blackout Experience Tonight!

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    For East Coast horrorhounds, NYZ Apocalypse (450 Commack Road, Deer Park, NY 11729) has become a tried-and-true destination for exhilarating and immersive interactive horror experiences. And for their latest event, NYZ Blackout- a one night only event taking place tonight, December 30th, at 7 p.m., NYZ Apocalypse is offering a demented deal for all FANGORIA readers! Learn how to get cheaper chills below!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW” Drags Down 2016 With “Undertow”!

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    The sinister second season of THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW continues this week with a sordid story that serves as a fittingly frightening way to close out the new year. With New Year’s Eve around the corner, Clay McLeod Chapman shines an unsettling spotlight on a disturbed boozehound willing to share his own horror story. It’s one that’ll shake you and make you think twice about getting behind the wheel on December 31st, so hide those keys, clear your head, and get dragged down by the tragic tale of “Undertow.”

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  • Update Rundown: Horror Comics Edition!

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    As the final dregs of 2016 push its tired bones out the door, the comic and cartoon world continues spinning for big plans and hot titles in the upcoming New Year, starting with Dark Horse Comics. For fans of low flying horror titles, nothing flew closer to the ground DH’s original work HOUSE OF PENANCE. Loosely based on the life of Sarah Winchester and the legendary Winchester Mansion in San Jose, California, the comic told the strange tale of the heiress to the Winchester gun fortune and her descent into madness. The work received high praise for its original content and stunning artwork (especially from this writer) and on January 17th, we will see a collected edition hit comic shelves. Written by Peter Tomassi and illustrated by Ian Bertram, HOUSE OF PENANCE is quickly on its way to becoming a classic of horror comics. Get your copy while you can.

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