The first issue of the newly-reanimated Fangoria spin-off magazine has just been released, and editor Chris Alexander and company have hit their target dead-on. Here's a preview!
In honor of Scream Factory's month long 31 Days Of Screams promotion, the gang from Scream Factory, head of acquisitions Cliff MacMillan and director of marketing Jeff Nelson appeared on GeekNation's Killer POV podcast this week along with hosts Rob Galluzzo (FEARnet), Rebekah McKendry (Fangoria) and Elric Kane (Inside Horror).
FEARnet editor in chief Lawrence Raffel along with staffers Alyse Wax, Sarah Shannon, Shock Till You Drop's Ryan Turek, Badass Digest's Brian Collins and Fangoria's Sam Zimmerman took part in a roundtable discussion for Fantastic Fest 2013.
They've just launched a section on their site devoted to "mosters" - motion posters to be exact. They take awesome theatrical one-sheet posters and animate them! Want a sample?
It's another Friday, which means another new episode of the Killer POV podcast is live over on the GeekNation website and we feel like you guys will get a kick out of this particular topic and this episode's particular guests
The latest episode of GeekNation's weekly horror talk show podcast 'Killer POV' is up and this particular show might be of interest to all you FEARnet readers out there.
FANGORIA has unveiled an uncensored preview of a photo shoot with the beloved horror actress, which will appear in their revived sister magazine. Take a closer look!
In 1988, horror was (blood) red-hot, and the pages of Fangoria magazine were bursting trying to keep up with it all. The home video market had given fans access to all kinds of horror – not just the stuff making it into the local cinemas, but direct-to-video schlock and stunning efforts from foreign markets that amped up the gore and sexuality to whole new levels.
BJ McDonnell never had a chance. From the beginning, HATCHET III is a film at odds with itself.