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Inhuman Resources (2012)

Production Value: 3/5

Entertainment Value: 4/5

Gore Level: 4/5

Scare Level: 3/5

Overall: 3.5/5

If you have ever had a real job, you’ve probably had a boss that you couldn’t stand. 265 more words

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Herzog chatting in Fango.

Fangoria #334 isn’t the latest issue, but it’s the last one I’d purchased (being only an infrequent newsstand buyer). Vampire enthusiasts (and I’d count myself among that lot) wouldn’t be disappointed with this issue. 387 more words


AWESOME-tober-fest 2014 is coming!

It’s the first week in September!  Which means we are now officially 1 month from October 1st, which is the beginning of my annual AWESOME-tober-fest Halloween celebration… 475 more words

Pop Culture

Darren Aronofsky’s “Dance of Death”

Not too often that horror media’s bastion of blood ‘n guts, torture porn and EFX minutae devotes 5 full pages to a ballet/art film, but Fangoria managed to allocate some space to something other than chained-up women and oozing entrails in this January 2011 issue (#299) for Darren Aronofsky’s darkly beautiful… 186 more words

Horror Cinema

Interviewing kickass screen legend Pam Grier for the Snoop Dogg horror flick Bones

One of the many fine memories from my 13-year stint as Vancouver correspondent for New York horror mag Fangoria involved interviewing screen legend Pam Grier when I was covering the Snoop Dogg flick  1,361 more words


WIS Q&A w/ Fangoria Magazine

“Imagine John Carpenter’s signature fat, deep analog electro synth sound thrown into an aural blender and fed to a cyborg lycanthrope. You have the basic idea of how WEREWOLVES IN SIBERIA sounds.  34 more words

Work In Progress - New Horror

After reading the latest issue of Fangoria Horror magazine I was inspired to create a gruesome and truly horrible horror next. I had a few ideas swirling around but then I decided I wouldn’t plan how it was going to turn out, instead I would just create and see what happens.