Why Michael Gingold Joining Delirium Magazine is an important Moment in Horror

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I got into the horror genre at an early age. I was around 6-7 when I became hooked, but the real moment in which my “liking” of the genre flew into a full blow fanaticism was when I was nine years old and my father took me to the store to get something to drink […]

Horror Mainstay Chris Alexander Releases Remixed/Remastered/Expanded Edition of MUSIC FOR MURDER album; Vinyl/CD/Digital available via Giallo Disco Records

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Former Editor in Chief of Fangoria Magazine & Current Managing Editor of Shock Till You Drop, Chris Alexander, is a guy who likes to have his hands in most forms of art.  A journalist, filmmaker, composer and all around jack of all trades, Alexander’s most recent album, Music For Murder, was critically acclaimed and one […]

Beyond Fright VIDEO REVIEW: Jerry Talks Cassavetes, Warner Bros. Classics and More!

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Armed with a camera and some free time, I thought it would be fun to tell you fright fanatics a little about some old, new and upcoming NON-genre films that I dig. Check it out!

“D-Day Of The B-Movies” Event Returns To Burbank’s Dark Delicacies; Impressive List of Attendees

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The last time Charles Band and co. brought their “D-Day of the B-Movies” signing to Burbank’s Dark Delicacies, fans showing up to snag a signed copy of the then newly released third issue of Delirium Magazine (a joint collaboration between band and Fangoria Editor Chris Alexander), were treated to appearances by TRANCERS stars Tim Thomerson […]

Icons of Fright’s WRITING MIXTAPE, PART ONE: Jerry Smith

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With Beyond Fright, we like to focus on things somewhat on the fringe of horror. Whether it be great music or just  films that might be on the tip of something based in genres that might not be considered “horror” by most standards, but still have that great genre vibe. While brainstorming ideas for articles, […]

HELLRAISER Q&A MODERATED BY FANGORIA EIC CHRIS ALEXANDER!

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While at Texas Frightmare Weekend, I had the pleasure of hearing from a few cenobites at the HELLRAISER panel, known to other Frightmare attendees as the Cenobite Me panel. Doug Bradley, who played the infamous character of Pinhead, along with Nicholas Vince, who played Chatterer, and Barbie Wilde, who played the female cenobite in HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER […]

TFW 2014 Review: What Sets Frightmare Apart From the Rest

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As always, I had so much fun at Texas Frightmare Weekend! The convention has always been one of my favorites that I’ve ever attended, not only because they focus mainly on horror and tend to acquire amazing guests, but also because the atmosphere is so laid back and casual. Whereas some cons are filled with […]