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  • TV Spot: Chiller’s Upcoming Anthology Explores “5 STATES OF FEAR”

    This July, Chiller TV is following up its first CHILLING VISIONS anthology with a sequel. Whereas the first focused on the five senses, the latest will explore five debilitating states and mindsets (and actual states!). Contributions come from Glass Eye Pix filmmakers Glenn McQuaid and Graham Reznick, as well as Brett Simmons (HUSK), John Poliquin (GRAVE ENCOUNTERS 2) and Zao Wang, and you can see snippets of their stylized horror stories in a new TV spot featuring actual footage from the film. 

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    From the FANGORIA Vault: “THE DEAD ZONE”

    When thinking about genre films over here at the FANGORIA vault, the term “nightmarish” comes to mind almost instantaneously. After all, if cinema acts as a gateway into our imagination and desires, then wouldn’t horror films be a gateway into our fear? We here at FANGORIA would certainly hope so, especially considering how many creepy oddities we have laying around this cinematic mausoleum. And today, the subject of nightmares and dark visions go hand in hand with the pictures we’ve uncovered from the vault: rare photographs and stills from the production of David Cronenberg’s THE DEAD ZONE!

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    Guest Announcement: HORROR-RAMA Welcomes Tom Savini

    Recently, FANGORIA announced our sponsorship of a new, Toronto-based horror convention called HORROR-RAMA, a two-day fan event happening in Toronto, Canada this November 1-2, 2014 (check out the preliminary news item here). Our first guests announced were the First Lady of Gothic Italian horror, the one and only Barbara Steele; pioneering shock rocker Nivek Ogre, of the industrial performance-art band Skinny Puppy; and Canadian psychosexual horror author Michael Slade (HEADHUNTER, GHOUL).

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    Gay of the Dead: Dante Tomaselli, Part Two

    In Part One of this interview with Dante Tomaselli, we talked about his background, complex relationships with his parents and building the perfect funhouse. In this second of three parts, we discuss his personal life, how his synesthesia affects his music and his filmmaking (Yes, he makes music!), and some of the filmmakers of which he is a fan.

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    First Look: Terror Films Announces EVP-Based Horror, “TRACE”

    Early this month, veteran graphic artist Ryan Brookhart completed photography on TRACE, both his directorial debut and premiere release from the new horror production company Terror Films. Headed by Peter Schafer (CEO of Sunrise Pictures), Terror Films is a micro-budget based company with its own criteria, including no extreme gore or unnecessary violence and no female exploitation. Terror Films and Brookhart provided FANGORIA with an exclusive sneak peek into the film.

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