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    Happy Holidays! Show Us Your Sweaters, Win a FANGORIA Shirt!

    The holidays are upon us, and many folks are spending evenings eating cookies, chugging eggnog, and donning horrible Christmas sweaters. This season, FANGORIA wants to reward you for such holiday attire! Send us a picture of your most garish, shiniest, and ridiculously outlandish holiday outfit (past or present), and we will reward you with a much cooler fashion item, one of our FANGORIA Skull Tees (see below), designed by acclaimed artist Jay Shaw. And though most folks are familiar with the standard bad Christmas sweater [Ed: nothing as cool as this Slayer one, thanks], we are equally open to horrible pants, vests, hats, etc.

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    Mondo releasing “HERE COMES THE DEVIL” on Vinyl

    As the vinyl resurgence continues, it isn’t just remastered favorites being reissued, but contemporary standouts, as well. Earlier this year, Mondo (the Alamo Drafthouse’s collectible arts arm) released Rob’s fantastic MANIAC score, as well as Mike Shinoda and Joseph Trapanese’s work for THE RAID and Eugenio Mira’s TIMECRIMES score. Today, they’ve announced they’re kicking off 2014 with the release of HERE COMES THE DEVIL, Julio Pillado’s music for the newly released Adrian Garcia Bogliano-directed film.

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    “KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM” Unleashed this February

    THE KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM. Merely mentioning the name will raise eyebrows amongst ardent horror fans, as the Joe Lynch film has taken its place amongst the more prolific of the unreleased genre curiosities. However, XLerator Media has announced the a long awaited VOD release on February 11th, with the film being optioned for theatrical exhibition via the crowd-sourcing request site TUGG. And for those wondering, the film will sadly be the edited “producer’s cut” which stirred up controversy earlier this summer when Lynch himself took to social media in protest.

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    SCREAM Factory Awakens The “PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE”

    At this point, I’ve become convinced that every other day besides Christmas, Santa Claus works in Acquisitions for SHOUT! Factory. There’s no other reasonable explanation for the consistent amount of joy that is doled out regularly under their SCREAM Factory banner. This latest news is no exception. The SCREAM Factory Facebook page let loose that the brand will release Brian De Palma’s superb cult classic, THE PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE, on Blu-ray for the first time in North America.

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    Win Horror/Comedy “GHOST TEAM ONE” on Blu-ray

    Have you ever lived in a haunted house? What better way to handle the situation, than make a documentary in order to impress a girl. In GHOST TEAM ONE, the roommates in question set up cameras in every room of the house in order to capture any supernatural activity and end up getting more than they bargained for when the ghost (previously a prostitute) becomes smitten with one of the men filming. This over the top take on found footage won laughs out of Slamdance 2013 and now FANGORIA and Paramount Home Media are giving five lucky readers the chance to win a copy of GHOST TEAM ONE on Blu-ray!

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    New Stephen King-based supernatural procedural developing at ABC

    Sam Ernst and Jim Dunn, who already toil Stephen King-inspired HAVEN (from his THE COLORADO KID) are, together with ABC Studios arm Division, developing GRAND CENTRAL. Based on the short story, “The New York Times at Special Bargain Rates” from collection JUST AFTER SUNSET, the series is envisioned as a “character-driven procedural with a supernatural twist.”

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    Close Encounters with Abel Ferrara

    As many of you may know, Drafthouse Films is re-releasing somewhat forgotten exploitation classic, MS. 45 (in select theaters this Friday, including one hosted by FANGORIA’s own Michael Gingold in Yonkers) from the prolific and gritty independent legend Abel Ferrara. Upon hearing this, I was quite excited, as I have always been a fan of Mr. Ferrara’s work and this had been especially hard to track down. Yet, while fishing for details regarding the release, I told my FANGORIA cohorts that my history with Abel was not merely one of fandom. Through a series of weird events, I had not only had several weird run-in’s with Mr. Ferrara, but had actually at one point directed him as an actor.

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