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    Looking back at the BOOK OF THE DEAD

    As famed writer, editor, musician and vanguard to the Splatterpunk literary movement John Skipp comes aboard the Fangoria terror team (with his new monthly column NIGHTMARE ROYALE – here), the occasion serves as a good excuse to assert Skipp’s credentials in the horror universe by celebrating the underappreciated and visionary zombie short story anthology he co-edited with Craig Spector, THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

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    “VIDEO NIGHT” (Book Review)

    I’m gonna venture a little prediction here:Adam Cesare is a Fango superstar in the making. Of all the new writers busting out on the scene — and there are some great ones, without a doubt — Cesare’s the young guy with the greatest encyclopedic gorehound know-how, blistering cinematic pace, unquenchable love of both fiction and film, and hell-bent will to entertain.

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    Montreal! One-legged ass-kicker Eddie McGee presents THE HUMAN RACE at Regarding Disability Festival

    Fantasia fans met the rag-tag team behind apocalyptic hunting-humans shocker THE HUMAN RACE at its World Premiere in Montreal this past summer, and now we have a rather interesting crossover as the film returns to Montreal for screenings as part of the inaugural Regarding Disabilities Film Festival (coincidentally the same month that local microcinema The Noah programmed its own disabilities cult film retrospective!). THE HUMAN RACE opens the festival March 22, and screens again on March 23 + 24, with actor Eddie McGee and producer Tripp Hope in person at all the screenings!

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    Calling all filmmakers! Submit your movie to FANGORIA Presents’ new VOD, Digital and DVD company

    FANGORIA’s movie distribution network has returned in a big way with the debut of FANGORIA Presents, a new partnership with Hollywood-based Brainstorm Media that puts our bloody brand in the homes of tens of millions via Comcast, Time Warner, DISH, DIRECTV, AT&T, Cox, Bright House… and the list grows everyday!

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    “BLOOD AND GUTS” is back! Season premiere sets sh*t on fire

    The Nerdist and FANGORIA’s BLOOD AND GUTS with Scott Ian has returned, and it’s kicking things off with some real fire-works.

    Our behind-the-scenes web series sees metal legend and Anthrax guitarist Ian tour the wonderful world of makeup FX artistry. The premiere season visited the likes of Greg Nicotero, Gary Tunnicliffe, Jennifer Aspinall, Rob Hall/Almost Human and Jerry Constantine. This go round, the lineup is just as killer and first up is exploring gunshots, squibs and explosions with Ron Trost of Class A Special Effects Inc.

    For much more, you’d do well to follow BLOOD AND GUTS on Facebook and Twitter, as well as subscribe to the The Nerdist’s fantastic YouTube channel.

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    INTERVIEW: AUTHOR BRAD C. HODSON ON “DARLING”

    Brad C. Hodson with fans at the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore

    Horror fiction writers beware, there is a new kid in town, and his first novel DARLING is now available. We had the opportunity to speak with author/filmmaker Brad C. Hodson about his terrifying book (reviewed in FANGORIA #322), a dark, shuddery story of two friends who, after a tragedy, end up in an apartment that is consumed by a none too friendly spectral entity.

    Hodson is in fact a former stand-up comedian proving truth in what they say: funny people are indeed dark…

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