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  • FANGO Flashback: “HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES”

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    The progression of Rob Zombie as a director is actually rather fascinating, especially considering his reputation as a gritty, extreme horror filmmaker. While the filmmaker has indeed at least embraced his perhaps prematurely bestowed title as a modern goremeister with his latest film, 31, the fact is that only a select few of his films are explicitly twisted, and even they seem relatively tame by today’s standards. In fact, by his track record, Zombie has made just as much slow-burn, surreal fright fare (such as THE LORDS OF SALEM and HALLOWEEN 2) as he has made gritty bloodletters (such as HALLOWEEN and THE DEVIL’S REJECTS). And yet, somewhere in the middle of those two points is a weird little film that, in retrospect, feels like an unholy mix of ‘80s-era Tobe Hooper and H.G. Lewis: HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES.

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  • Exclusive Final Poster: Horror Comedy ‘Self-Help’ Book, “THE I IN EVIL”

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    The time is now, fright fans! Going to a Halloween Party this year? If you’re looking for a gift for your Halloween host/hostesses and you’ve forgotten where they sell wine, then there’s literally nothing better than the hilarious “self-help book for monsters” from FANGORIA’s own Ken Hanley, THE I IN EVIL! Featuring frightening illustrations from Marvel/DC Comics alumni Adam Wallenta (which you can see HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE), THE I IN EVIL is making its way to horror fans as we speak. But with one more week until the book hits shelves and Kindle, FANGORIA has the exclusive reveal of the gory final poster for THE I IN EVIL!

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  • “FISTFUL OF BLOOD #1” (Comic Book Review)

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    FISTFUL OF BLOOD is exactly the type of comic you would imagine would first find its audience in the pages of Heavy Metal: Blood, vampires, zombies and a thong-clad, gun-toting woman in the middle of a desert town that may or may not be post-apocalyptic. Even the genre is ambiguously Heavy Metal, a mix of western/horror/maybe sex, sets the tone for what is perhaps, the most over the top, yet, fun read on the market right now.  Definitely a mature audience title, FISTFUL OF BLOOD pulls a no punches homage to Clint Eastwood’s FISTFUL OF DOLLARS, and, despite some creative choices, does an impressive job of keeping true to the original work.

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  • NYCC ’15 Video Interview: Bruce Campbell talks “ASH VS. EVIL DEAD”

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    You asked for him, and now you’ve got him! With the first season looming around the corner, Ash is definitely back and ready to kick Deadite ass once again. But of course, there is no Ash without his real life counterpart, living legend Bruce Campbell, who can command a room filled with thousands of fright fans just as easily as he can wear a Chainsaw arm. And with ASH VS. EVIL DEAD on our minds at New York Comic Con, FANGORIA got some on-camera time with the King himself to talk EVIL DEAD, working with FX both practical and digital and becoming Ash once more…

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  • FANGORIA Podcast Network: Halloween comes early on “THE HORROR SHOW” & “THE RANTS MACABRE”!

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    Halloween is little over a week away, and the FANGORIA Podcast Network is feeling the lurid love as we have two holiday-themed episodes from both THE HORROR SHOW and THE RANTS MACABRE! That’s right: the four hosts between the two terror talk shows are bewitched our most frightfully festive season, which makes this week’s episodes the perfect prelude for those getting into the spirit!

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  • Bloody First Teaser for “THE WORLD OF KANAKO” Hits From Drafthouse Films!

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    While they might not always operate within the confines of the horror genre, there’s few people that would argue that the interests of Drafthouse Films and horror fans don’t overlap. Offering imaginative, kick-ass entertainment from around the globe, Drafthouse Films is never afraid to bring the blood and gore in a big way, and that certainly seems to be the case for the out-of-control revenge flick THE WORLD OF KANAKO. And with the film hitting VOD and select locations on December 4th, Drafthouse films has released the insane first trailer for KANAKO, which you can see below!

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  • Toys of Terror #75

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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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  • Scream Factory to produce first original film, “FENDER BENDER” with “NIGHT FLIER” director

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    For the last few years, Scream Factory has proven themselves to be a force to be reckoned with in the specialty distribution market. The label, which puts out many of fright fan’s favorite cult classics and underrated horror films on Blu-ray, recently made the jump into the original content pool with Astron-6’s THE EDITOR, Dr. God’s BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS, James Roday’s GRAVY and Takashi Miike’s OVER YOUR DEAD BODY. Now, Scream Factory makes an even bigger impression on the genre, as they’ve announced that they’re taking a step further and putting together their very first original feature film production.

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  • Announcement: Mojave Phone Booth Signs to FANGORIA Musick!

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    Much like many of the monstrous forces whose music haunts the dreams of our listenership, FANGORIA Musick is growing with its diverse and unique artist additions. Yet perhaps FANGORIA Musick fans have not yet heard anything quite like the off-beat output of Mojave Phone Booth, whose mix of industrial rock and ‘60s pop make for FANGO Musick’s most unpredictable sound to date.

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  • “THE LARRY FESSENDEN COLLECTION” (Blu-ray Review)

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    What defines a “Master of Horror” among the fright filmmakers past and present? Is it the prolific nature of the filmmaker, having had years and years of terror title under their belts? Is it the strength of the films they make, even if they work only once in a blue moon? Or is it the originality of the filmmaker, offering something completely unique and different with each passing title that can’t be seen quite anywhere else?

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  • “TALES FROM THE CRYPT PRESENTS: DEMON KNIGHT” (Blu-ray Review)

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    Even though TALES FROM THE CRYPT took pop culture by storm when it debuted at the tail end of the ’80s, it’s a damn shame that the first film under the series’ banner, DEMON KNIGHT, isn’t considered to be more of a genre classic. With one of the strongest ensemble casts in horror history, an imaginative script and brilliant practical effects work from Todd Masters, Ernest Dickerson’s first foray into fright filmmaking is an undeniably fun and impressive effort on all accounts. And yet, DEMON KNIGHT never quite carries the same weight as contemporary classics such as TRICK ‘R TREAT, NIGHTBREED and PUMPKINHEAD, although hopefully that reputation will turn around with the film’s incredible new Blu-ray from Scream Factory.

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