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FANGORIA Podcast Network: “THE HORROR SHOW” gets schooled by “GHOULIES 3”!

2 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

For this week’s episode of THE HORROR SHOW, Sean & Joe are joined by guest host Paul to discuss one of the most confounding threequels of them all, GHOULIES 3: GHOULIES GO TO COLLEGE! Will our horror hosts survive this Full Moon feature? Will they lament the GHOULIES series as a whole?! Find out in the […]

Toys of Terror #108

2 days agoGenres / Horror : Fangoria

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… […]

Horror Trailers Need to Stop Giving Away Everything

The other day, both John Squires and myself were tweeting about the latest trailer for Luke Scott’s Morgan. Admittedly, his tweet became a series of small conversations about the state of trailers but we both had the same feeling: the second trailer gave away far too much. You can see for yourself as I’ve put […]

Guillermo del Toro Praises Jan Švankmajer: Support the Czech Filmmaker’s Final Film

Jan Švankmajer is a filmmaker that many of us either know of or have seen movies that were influenced by his works. A master of surrealism and stop motion, movies like Little Otik and Alice have astounded and bedazzled audiences while his shorts have influenced household names like Terry Gilliam and the Quay Brothers. Right […]

‘In the Deep’ Ups the Ante With TWO Sharks! (Poster)

We announced last week that Dimension Films, Anchor Bay Entertainment and Starz Digital will be releasing In The Deep on DVD, Digital HD and On Demand August 2. Originally titled 47 Meters Down, the new shark thriller is directed by Johannes Roberts hot off his The Other Side of The Door. The shark thriller ups the ante on The Shallows by adding […]

You can get a Lyft from the Ghostbusters' Ecto-1!

You might regret being an Uber devotee this weekend. You see, on Friday July 1st and Saturday July 2nd, Lyft will be teaming with Sony to promote the upcoming GHOSTBUSTERS reboot, introducing a Ghost Mode to the app that will allow customers in New York City, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston and Washington D.C. Show More Summary

You can take Carrie to the prom on Scream Factory Blu-Ray this October

The 40th anniversary of CARRIE is coming up, and who better to celebrate with than Scream Factory? Especially considering they've already put out the very unique combo pack of THE RAGE: CARRIE 2/the CARRIE TV movie. The fan favorite...Show More Summary

New Viral trailer warns of Worm Flu and teen partying

VIRAL, the latest genre film from PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 3 and 4 directors Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, will be available for viewing through Video On Demand exactly one month from today, on July 29th. So what better day could thereShow More Summary

Cool Horror Gear: Limited edition Pumpkinhead poster by Alexander Iaccarino

Although the Demon of Vengeance called Pumpkinhead has been featured in four films, I've always felt that this awesome Stan Winston creation was a bit underrated - it had potential that its franchise didn't quite reach. I'm...Show More Summary

13 Horror Movies That Need the Scream Factory Treatment!

If you didn’t snatch up the Deluxe Edition of John Carpenter’s The Thing, which is being released by Shout! Factory subsidiary Scream Factory in September, you really missed out! You can still pre-order the Collector’s Edition though, so never fear! Scream Factory gives loving Blu-Ray released to horror films of all types (both mainstream and cult) and […]

The Sky is Bleeding in This Poster For ‘The Woods’

A movie that we’re extremely excited for is Adam Wingard’s The Woods, which Brad called “A new beginning for horror films.” Written by Simon Barrett, the duo who brought us segments in BD’s own V/H/S and its sequel are back with a movie that looks like it will usher in terror like we haven’t felt […]

[Blu-ray Review] Demi Moore Fights for Her Unborn Baby in ‘The Seventh Sign’

The Seventh Sign from director Carl Schultz is a very interesting movie. There are some gorgeous shots, some great acting – especially from a young Demi Moore in one of her earlier starring roles and it’s fairly suspenseful. Unfortunately the ending is a bit of a bummer and the movie kind of jumps all over the […]

A team of Japanese comediennes have covered the Ghostbusters theme

Last week, the version of the GHOSTBUSTERS theme that Fall Out Boy and Missy Elliott have done for the new film didn't go over so well with me. I much prefer the music video that Sony Pictures Japan posted on their YouTube channel...Show More Summary

[TV Review] “Scream” Episode 2.05: ‘Dawn of the Dead’

For an episode titled “Dawn of the Dead,” there sure wasn’t a lot of death. I said in my review last week that I would riot if an episode titled “Dawn of the Dead” didn’t feature a high body count, and here I am rioting. It’s a cool idea to name episodes of Scream after famous horror movies (in […]

New Features Are Coming to ‘Doom’ This Week

An update will bring a new photo mode for taking in-game screenshots and the option to center the weapon placement for those looking for a more traditional Doom experience when Bethesda starts rolling it out on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on June 30. The features will be joined in the coming months by a […]

This Proves ‘The Ring’ Would Make a Great VR Game

Virtual reality is looking to change video games in some profound ways over the next few years, and it’s the horror genre that’s positioned to benefit the most as the tech gradually finds mainstream acceptance. The immersion and atmosphere these games require is made considerably more effective when experienced in VR, and a growing number […]

The Apocalypse is Nigh in the ‘7 Days to Die’ Launch Trailer

The first game to come out of Telltale’s new publishing label has finally arrived. It’s been nearly three years since 7 Days to Die released on Steam — where it’s currently $9.99 (60% off) thanks to the ongoing Summer Sale — and now the open-world zombie survival game has joined the PS4 and Xbox One. […]

A Survival Horror Classic Returns in ‘System Shock’

Make yourself comfortable, hacker. Stay a while. SHODAN has returned, and she’s brought us gifts. The System Shock remake has finally arrived on Kickstarter where Night Dive Studios hopes to raise $900,000 by July 28. The studio has even released a pre-alpha demo on the game’s crowdfunding page that you can play right away. If […]

Go Behind-the-Scenes of Carpenter Brut’s “Turbo Killer”

In February of this year, synthwave artist Carpenter Brut released a music video for the track “Turbo Killer”. Directed by Seth Ickerman, I hailed it as, “…quite possibly one of the coolest music videos ever“, having been blown away by the grindhouse sci-fi/horror car chase that took place on screen. But how was that video […]

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