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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: “MONSTER PARTY” Draws Blood with Monstrous Match-Ups!

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    As long as there’s been a horror community, there’s always been discussions on hypothetical smackdowns throughout geek culture. Though we’ve seen the battles between Godzilla vs. King Kong, Freddy vs. Jason and Alien vs. Predator, the insatiable thirst of the horror fan’s imagination will always weigh various battles between intellectual properties of all shapes and sizes. And in their last installment for 2015, MONSTER PARTY raises its fists to special guests Ben & Nadia Robertson to see who can draw first blood in their discussion of monstrous match-ups!

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  • “THE CAR” (Blu-ray Review)

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    Having given the Collector’s Edition treatment to Universal Pictures classics from John Carpenter and Wes Craven, Shout! Factory has been digging deeper into the studio’s vaults in recent months, coming up with oddities like this 1977 screen vehicle for…a vehicle.

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  • Toys of Terror #84

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    Welcome to TOYS OF TERROR, Fango’s weekly feature exhibiting the coolest horror accessories across the web. Whether you’re a collector, connoisseur or simply making your love of horror a family affair, these petrifying playthings are likely to impress even the most heartless horror fan. So if you’re searching for a ghoulish gift, look no further…

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  • Event Report: “NYZ: Santapocalypse” Experience in Deer Park, NY!

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    As most great Christmas stories often do, it all started with a drunken Santa Claus. As we waited in the massive line for the NYZ Experience, the Deer Park, NY-based zombie airsoft/laser tag combat walkthrough that has become a staple for Long Island horror hounds, we were debriefed on the “situation” we would be entering, which included zombies, super-soldiers and mall santas. And then, before getting ushered off into a military holding area, a drunken Santa Claus (armed with only the finest in discount whiskey) vetted our team with a barrage of insults and one-liners, an experience that truly sets NYZ’s limited-time “Santapocalypse” walkthrough apart from other zombie-hunting expeditions.

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  • Stream to Scream: “SALEM: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON”

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    When it comes to horror television, there seems to be a certain expectation in terms of what audience you’re gunning for. For fans of more serious scare fare, THE WALKING DEAD and PENNY DREADFUL have spawned many grounded, unabashedly bleak TV series of the same vein. Meanwhile, less serious series such as AMERICAN HORROR STORY and ASH VS. EVIL DEAD offer more humor and general bloodshed than its counterparts. And then there’s the horror shows of network television, most of which offer the genre elements as a framing device around melodramatic, angst-driven romance stories and cheeky humor.

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  • FANGORIA’s Petrifying Predictions for Horror in 2016!

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    In the years since 2013, in which films such as THE PURGE, THE CONJURING, INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2, MAMA, EVIL DEAD and WORLD WAR Z surged at the box office, the horror genre has become quite erratic and unpredictable. While each year has had their fair share of successes, the genre has certainly seemed to struggle in a place in the zeitgeist as dwindling budgets and a shifting media landscape have changed what fright fans will consume as well as how they’ll consume it. However, with 2016 dead ahead of us all, FANGORIA is looking upon the past, present and future of the genre to offer our predictions for the next year in horror…

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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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