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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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  • The Serpent Slithers: “AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN” Poster is Rad

    On multiple levels, this first poster for the upcoming witchy season of AMERICAN HORROR STORY is striking and exciting. The first, being aesthetically. The design is awesome and kinky and directly tied to the Voodoo and New Orleans location of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: COVEN, as a major component of the religion is Li Grand Zombi, a snake deity. Zombie is also said to be the name of Marie Laveau’s pet snake. Angela Bassett portrays the New Orleans Voodoo practitioner in the series. Secondly, that prominent cast list features only one male. The rest, an ensemble of thrilling actresses sure to make this season something to behold. Here’s hoping some female directors get in on the fun, too. 

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    L.A.! “DAY OF THE DEAD” Screening Free with Romero in honor of new Vinyl

    Waxwork Records’ upcoming remastered and restored reissue of John Harrison’s DAY OF THE DEAD score is receiving something of a large coming out party. La-La Land Records, Creature Features and Waxwork will host a free screening of Romero’s beloved zombie film, with Romero, Harrison and Bub himself, actor Sherman Howard in attendance at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood on September 30. 

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    SAVINI AND ME: Part Eight, Shooting Arrows with Osiris

    When writing a biography of someone, I find it important to get to know them as a person, not just the star they are. Hanging out with the person I’m working with is just as vital as the stories they tell me.  The reason being that celebrities tend to give canned responses to questions, as they have been asked the same ones over and over again their entire career. To really get to know someone, you have to watch them in their normal life, see how they act and be a part of what they do day-to-day.  With Tom, I had the chance to have many meals with him, see him in his neighborhood and how he is at conventions, but I needed more. I needed to see what Tom does in his spare time. Knowing Tom loves target practice, I suggested we go to the firing range to shoot arrows, and he agreed. 

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    Veteran Horror Producer launches Oscar Campaign for GAHAN WILSON Doc

    Veteran producer Steven-Charles Jaffe,  the man behind such FANGORIA-approved classics as MOTEL HELL, DEMON SEED and NEAR DARK and the romantic sci-fi/fantasy gems TIME AFTER TIME, GHOST and STRANGE DAYS recently turned his energy towards the life and times of legendary macabre socio-political cartoonist and illustrator Gahan Wilson with his already award-winning doc BORN DEAD, STILL WEIRD.

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    Q&A: Grade School Metal Band and “AMERICA’S GOT TALENT” darlings, MURP

    Aaralyn and Izzy O’Neil are collectively known as MURP, a brother-sister Metal tinted band from Boston, Mass who started their wild act in 2010 after vocalist Aaralyn—who was three at the time—discovered she could scream like the Devil. Spurred on by their parents, they competed on TV reality show AMERICA’S GOT TALENT earlier this year performing their mind-bending screamo gem “Zombie Skin,” confusing Howard Stern, impressing Howie Mandel and blowing away a shocked audience.  Though the kids made it to the finals, they were eventually eliminated, but this did little to defeat them. They went back to Boston and made a four-track EP called BROKEN CRAYONS, which is now available.

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