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  • NYC’s IFC Center Programs Massive Stephen King Screening Series!

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    A rabid St. Bernard, a writer at the mercy of an obsessed fan and a group of teenagers that piss off the wrong telepath… what do these all have in common? That’s right: Stephen King. Now, as his horror classic CARRIE turns 40 this year, NYC’s IFC Center (323 Sixth Avenue at 3rd Street; 212-924-7771) is celebrating by showcasing a lucky 13 of the author’s film adaptations of his classic novels and short stories.

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  • Scream Factory Howls for Eric Red’s “BAD MOON”, Re-Announces “HELLHOLE”

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    When it comes to werewolf films, horror fans are usually most familiar with the usual suspects: THE WOLF MAN, AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON and THE HOWLING. But after those films, there are some genre gems hiding among the outliers, including DOG SOLDIERS, SILVER BULLET and BAD MOON, the latter which came from the macabre mind of THE HITCHER scribe Eric Red. Now, those in the cult of BAD MOON have cause of celebration as Scream Factory announced today that they’re releasing the 1996 werewolf flick to Blu-ray.

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW” uncovers a “Poor Man’s Mermaid”!

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    Fairy tales, bedtime stories and urban legends; some of the scariest stories of our childhood came from myths that existed far before us and far afterwards. While most of us grow out of looking for the Easter Bunny or The Tooth Fairy, some of us are not so lucky. So rub your eyes, pinch your skin and become a believer, as THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW uncovers a “Poor Man’s Mermaid”!

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  • “DIARY OF A DEADBEAT” (Film Review)

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    If you’re a fan of violent low-budget genre movies, you’ve almost certainly heard the name Jim VanBebber, and you’ve probably seen his 1988 college-kid opus DEADBEAT AT DAWN. Handmade, violent as hell, and wildly ambitious, DEADBEAT AT DAWN is a reflection of the man himself, who did his own stunts, wrote, and starred in the film. His career continued from there, and he found an odd cult success, chronicled in a cleverly-named new documentary, DIARY OF A DEADBEAT.

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  • “BILL AND TED GO TO HELL #2” (Comic Book Review)

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    If you were ever a child of the eighties or just simply a fan of Keanu Reeves back when he was still a surfing wild child, Bill S. Preston, Esquire and Ted “Theodore” Logan should be names you are intimately aware of. With sweet guitar riffs and totally bodacious babes, BILL AND TED’S EXCELLENT ADVENTURE and its sequel BILL AND TED’S BOGUS JOURNEY  have been cult favorites for twenty five years, with a rumored threequel that could bring a new generation of fans into its fold. Yet, while we wait to see if the rumors are true, BOOM! Studios has given us a peak into what these two rude dudes have been up to, and let’s just say, it’s most atrocious.  

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  • Event Report: BBQ Films’ Immersive “BEETLEJUICE” Experience

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    For those in the Brooklyn area, the House of YES is better known as one of the premiere event venues in New York. An art-chic locale home to myriad musical and live performances, there’s guaranteed to be something exciting going on each weekend at House of YES. However, for one weekend in 2016, House of YES was transformed into the House of Deetz for an event unlike any other the venue had ever seen: a real-life immersive BEETLEJUICE screening and wedding reception, complete with an afterparty, interactive theater and creepy treats throughout.

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  • “31” Goes from Alchemy to Saban Films; Release Date Announced!

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    Earlier this year, FANGORIA speculated that Rob Zombie’s latest fear flick 31 might be changing distributors following Alchemy’s financial problems. However, unlike our initial estimate that Lionsgate would be swooping in to pick up the brutal horror offering, news broke today via Deadline that Saban Films, the indie film distribution off-shoot of POWER RANGERS behemoth Saban Entertainment, has acquired the gruesome feature and slated it with a release date right around the corner from Halloween!

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  • “BATES MOTEL: Season 4, Episode 3” (TV Review)

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    Although episode three has thus far been the tamest of Season 4, the installment was not short on surprises. The first one: Nobody got killed!  The second one: Norma wearing all black. In fact, I think the only other time we have seen her in all black is the very first episode of Season 1 when she and Norman are laying to rest the body of Norman’s father, Sam. So it was an interesting wardrobe choice for what would be her wedding to Sheriff Romero at White Pine Bay City Hall.

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