- Fangoria Films
Fangoria Films is a film production and distribution company based out of
New York City, New York. It is a subsidiary of Fangoria Entertainment, which encompasses various branches of Starlog's "Fangoria" brand.
As Production Company
Fangoria Films was founded in 1990 with the goal of financing one feature film a year. The first film was 1990's "Mindwarp", starring
Bruce Campbell. They then created "Children of the Night" in 1991 and "Severed Ties" in 1992 before ceasing production. [ [http://www.imdb.com/company/co0060480/#productionX20company Motion Pictures produced by Fangoria Films] , Internet Movie Database, Accessed: 15 May 2008]
In 1996, Fangoria Films re-emerged as a distribution company, occasionally using their "Gore Zone" label, to release twenty low-budget horror features over the next ten years.
From 1999 to 2003, they partnered with Bedford Entertainment to attain wider releases of certain "Fangoria" titles [ [http://login.vnuemedia.com/hr/google/login_subscribe.jsp?id=EhTA1werc%2F8oJkXd3AvIhVqJMQ%2BEsnoUjFFnmSZpudrVtJLf7Nv3guKhcy0wXloTlCfF%2BKeotWJu%0AoovWlvTUDDXVs2GHsomf%2FylvwSsL8e7HuGIv3MU9%2F823YPUNCUObX4glGMDXaWDTAt%2BeaaDkL0Bw%0A0ALn51mZfjhEOkv73OYdGiEEkB434ibdqLMeb4KKyEGwjeofIk4r77yZMcG1mLObXujRjy8liyXJ%0AKUEqWkxQLXjGhkxPQYpLBZYc0XZG Fangoria Takes Bite out of Film Market] , Hollywood Reporter (Subscription required for full article), Accessed: 16 May 2008] . Movies released during this time included ', "
The Last Horror Movie", "Slashers", and "Dead Meat" [ [http://www.imdb.com/company/co0060480/#distributor Motion Pictures distributed by Fangoria Films] , Internet Movie Database, Accessed: 15 May 2008] . Many of these films featured the "Fangoria" logo along the top of their video/DVD covers, while "Fangorias involvement in other releases was substantially more subdued.
In 2004/2005, Fangoria Films produced and distributed
Fangoria's Blood Drive, two DVD compilations of award-winning short horror films. The first volume was hosted by musician-turned-filmmaker Rob Zombie, and the second by MuchMusic's (now called FUSE) Mistress Juliya.
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