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  • Frighten Up Your Holidays with New FANGORIA Merch!

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    I think it’s fair to say that the majority of FANGORIA fans are falling on the “Naughty” list this year (and more than likely, for many years before that.) But here at FANGORIA, being naughty is nice, and while you decorate your home with blood red and gruesome green, we’ve decided to stock up with brand new and excellent deals at the FANGORIA store!

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  • EXCL Photos: Skinny Puppy, Live in NYC

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    Veteran industrial/electronic music pioneers Skinny Puppy rolled their Eye vs. Spy Tour (which included fellow groundbreakers Front Line Assembly and newer acts Haujobb and Youth Code) into NYC on December 2nd at the Best Buy Theatre. Frontman Nivek Ogre and aural sculptor cEvin Key blew the crowd away with a conceptual, typically theatrical set of macabre and provoking music and visual and FANGORIA was up front and center to get a glimpse of Ogre’s eerie costumes. 

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  • Waxwork Announces “STARRY EYES,” “PHASE IV” and “NIGHTBREED” Vinyl, Subscription Package

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    Waxwork Records, one of the prominent labels in the current wave of properly reissuing some of the best horror soundtracks on vinyl, have simply by virtue of announcing, properly teased an exciting 2015. In revealing plans for a subscription package, the label has dropped both news and select cover art for upcoming releases of Jonathan Snipes’ pulsing accompaniment to this year’s fantastic STARRY EYES, Danny Elfman’s great NIGHTBREED, the never-before-released PHASE IV and C.H.U.D. 

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  • “GONERS #3” (Comic Book Review)

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    With Image Comics’ newest horror endeavor, GONERS, readers are reminded that paranormal hunting can very much be a family friendly affair. Much like the Winchesters from SUPERNATURAL, the Latimer family is never one to shy away from an exorcism or chasing a monster to the ends of the world, offering a comic that is as highly adventurous as it is steeped in mythology. As issue three prepares to hit stands, we see the series really take flight, exploring a bit more of the history of the family while following the mis-adventures of their two youngest practitioners after the death of their parents. With its pop-inspired art style and fantastically timed scares (with the just the perfect amount of quips), GONERS will undoubtedly be the sleeper hit of the new year.

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  • “IT FOLLOWS” Trailer: Your First Look at Next Year’s Most Frightening Film

    IT FOLLOWS is really something. David Robert Mitchell’s second film, which takes the youthful authenticity of THE MYTH OF THE AMERICAN SLEEPOVER and layers true horror on top has torn up the festival circuit, receiving raves out of Cannes, Toronto and Fantastic Fest. The film will hit January’s Sundance Film Festival prior to an undetermined U.S. release by Radius-TWC. It’s hitting France before then, though and the country’s Metropolitan Films has debuted a sparse, eerie teaser. 

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  • Exclusive photos: Jemaine Clement and fiend from “WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS”

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    Interviews with these vampires are hysterically funny in WHAT WE DO IN THE SHADOWS, the horror/comedy by Taika Waititi and FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS’ Jemaine Clement that’s been convulsing festival audiences all year and hits theaters next February. We’ve got some exclusive pics of the vamps, looking human and not so much, after the jump.

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  • Caption Contest Results: 12/01 – 12/05

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    FANGORIA fanatics! If you’re one of the thousands who follow us on Twitter, you’re likely familiar with our daily Caption Contests! Now, due to the overwhelmingly positive response, we’re highlighting the best entries of the week for the world to see! So without further ado…

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  • Win Classic Hammer Horror, Christopher Lee Vinyl from Dust Bug Records

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    40 years ago, as the legendary Hammer studios was in decline, they steered the release of a fine slab of vinyl horror in their “Hammer Presents Dracula with Christopher Lee”, a shuddery spoken word epic telling a tale of the good Count narrated by his greatest screen essayer, complete with nightmarish stereo sound effects. 

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