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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE HORROR SHOW” Digs Up Part Two of The Stannys!

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    After a long, lurid December, THE HORROR SHOW is finished with all of your favorite (and not so favorite) horror movie discussions for 2015! But before they put the nail in the coffin, there’s is a bit of unfinished business that our hosts must wrap up in their final episode of the year: part two of The Stanny Awards! Not ones to leave fright fans hanging from a cliff, THE HORROR SHOW runs down the big winners and losers from the first year of THE HORROR SHOW with enough twists and turns to keep listeners on the edge of their seat!

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  • NYC! Spend Midnight with Christopher Lee at IFC Center’s Latest Screening Series!

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    Are you a devotee of late great genre star Sir Christopher Lee and still trying to figure the perfect way to bring in the New Year? Well look no further: NYC’s IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at 3rd Street; 212-924-7771) is the place to be as the movie house begins a month-long celebration of the British scream actor.

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  • Is “HALLOWEEN” Looking For A New Home?!

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    As simple and satisfying as the formula for a classic slasher property can be, there seems to be an inordinate amount of hold-up regarding many of our beloved fright franchises. Whether it’s the ongoing (and with the departure of director David Bruckner, fairly heartbreaking) drama of developing a new FRIDAY THE 13TH chapter or the arrested development of the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET and HELLRAISER franchises, it seems that overthinking and frustration has kept several fruitful films from furthering their respective mythologies. Yet very few have had changes so drastic as the recent exclusive report from Bloody-Disgusting on the HALLOWEEN franchise, which alleges that Malek Akkad has taken the petrifying IP from Dimension Films to search for a new distributor.

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  • The Dreadful Ten: Top 10 Horror Films We Hope You See in 2016!

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    2016 is so close, we can taste it in the air. And with one year of horror behind us, a brand new year of horror awaits to descend upon us. While there are many different types of horror to expect- festival favorites, studio scare fare and eerie independent releases- there are many innovative, fantastic horror offerings that have yet to secure distribution while purveying the festival circuit. So for this week’s Dreadful Ten, FANGORIA recaps some of the best fright films we encountered over the past year whose 2016 remains uncertain, though we certainly hope you get the chance to see ‘em for yourself!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE RANTS MACABRE” Recaps Their 2015 in Horror!

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    After last week’s tribute to holiday horror (and accompanying KRAMPUS bonus podcast), this week’s episode of THE RANTS MACABRE sees our hosts looking back on their favorite fright fare of 2015! With the end of the year hitting at the end of the week, THE RANTS MACABRE offers their final podcast of 2015 with a celebration of their top terror titles of the past calendar year. So with end-of-year awards and lists drawing blood all over the internet, here’s Darren & Mindy’s 2015 in review on THE RANTS MACABRE!

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  • Caption Contest Results: 12/21 – 12/25

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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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  • The Year in Horror, 2015: Ken’s Top 10 Movie Death Scenes!

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    While 2015 has been the host to many macabre moments, there’s little denying that this year certainly one-upped 2014 in terms of brutality in the cinema. Though Hollywood offered more bloodletting than the haunting-heavy year previous, independent scare fare raised the bar with amazing, head-spinning gore and guts. And with death on the brain (and spoiler warning on high alert), FANGORIA recounts the top ten most memorable death scenes of 2015!

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW” have a “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT”!

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    For their penultimate offering of 2015, THE GIRLS IN THE BACK ROW are breaking out the milk and cookies for one of horror’s most sleazy slashers perfect for X-mas: SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT. Is Charles E. Sellier Jr.’s bloodthirsty tale of yuletide depravity just the right amount of naughty to be nice for Kate & Tab? Or will SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT “punish” our hellbound hosts?

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  • “LOBSTER JOHNSON: THE GLASS MANTIS” (Comic Book Review)

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    With the Mignola-driven universe getting bigger every year, it’s no surprise that the ‘comic-inside-a-comic’ Lobster Johnson would, well, get its own comic! While THE GLASS MANTIS is not the Lobster’s first foray into our world, the newest release continues to prove that 1930’s super-spy, supernatural, superheroes never go out of style. This one-shot follows our hero as he goes up against murder most foul at a museum opening against a backdrop of secrets and revenge. A wonderful homage to early pulp mysteries with just enough spectral chaos to appeal to armchair horror fans, THE GLASS MANTIS fits perfectly in and out of the HELLBOY world.

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  • Get into a Sinister X-mas Spirit with Chelsea Stardust’s “PROJECT HOPE” on CryptTV!

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    Earlier this month, FANGORIA profiled up-and-coming horror filmmaker Chelsea Stardust on our podcast SPLAT CHAT: ON D.I.Y. HORROR in a lengthy interview that talked horror, both fictional and otherwise, in the life of the young producer/director. An alumni of Blumhouse Productions and passionate member of the L.A. horror community, Stardust has since been at the grind on her myriad macabre film projects, from her impending fright features to her scary short-form contributions to Eli Roth’s CryptTV. And now, just in time for the horrordays, FANGORIA fans can see Stardust’s terrifying talents in action with the latter’s latest original short, a Christmas chiller entitled PROJECT HOPE!

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