He’s big, bald and out for blood: JACOB is coming on DVD and
Blu-ray in April, and we’ve got exclusive complete details on the jam-packed
special editions, plus an exclusive excerpt.
A new twist on the haunted-house theme is explored in THE
LOST TREE, a supernatural thriller coming later this year. Fango got an
exclusive first pic and words with the film’s creator.
The 3D creature feature SPIDERS, creeping into select
theatres nationwide February 8 from Millennium Films and screening for free
tonight in Los Angeles (see details here),
is the latest creepy creation of director Tibor Takacs. The director made a
name for himself in the 1980s, helming horror flicks like THE GATE and I,
MADMAN; his more recent fare has turned more toward the aggressive-animal side,
with movies such as RATS, MEGA SNAKE and another arachnid opus, ICE SPIDERS.
Fango spoke to Takacs about unleashing eight-legged killers in three
See what our collective impatience has wrought.
The Dibbuk box is open and THE POSSESSION is now available
on DVD and Blu-ray, which means Fango and the fine folks over at Lionsgate have
Blu-rays and posters signed by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Kyra Sedgewick,
Natasha Calis, Matisyahu, and director Ole Bornedal for you to win.
The hero of THE TERMINATOR and ALIENS is a busy man these
days, with a constant string of new projects in the works. We’ve got a few
exclusive photos from one of them, TAPPED, and news of a new horror film he’ll
star in later this year.
The 3D big-bug epic SPIDERS is crawling toward its free
FANGORIA-hosted screening tomorrow night in Los Angeles, and its director is
joining in the event. We also have an exclusive excerpt from the movie to share
It’s no secret that Hollywood moves in cycles both repetitive and competitive, as various studios race to trump each other by offering product with similar, often identical themes. At one point, audiences were treated to a glut of age-swapping comedies. There was a time when volcano movies battled it out at the box office. Nowadays, it seems that fairytale-based movies are in vogue, with the SNOW WHITE AND THE HUNTSMAN sequel and ‘Sleeping Beauty’ riff MALEFICIENT the latest to be announced. Most intriguing of these impending releases has to be DEAD SNOW director Tommy Wirkola bringing his berserk slant to breadcrumb trails and gingerbread houses with his new film HANSEL AND GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS. In that spirit of broaching the darker side of beloved and familiar fairytales, emphasizing their exploitation of primal childhood anxieties like illness, abandonment, and death, FANGORIA's Trevor Parker presents a list of ten tales that should be made (or remade) into horror movies.
The filmmaker who invented modern body-horror is set to take
part in THE BODY ARTIST as an actor, inspired by the novelist behind his most
recent directorial venture.
We broke the news yesterday about Synapse Films’ upcoming new special-edition DVDs and Blu-rays of Lamberto
Bava’s DEMONS and DEMONS 2 and Dario Argento’s TENEBRE and PHENOMENA, and now
we’ve got exclusive info on the supplements accompanying the DEMONS films, and
pics from those features.
TALES FROM HELL is told in the tradition of anthology feature films done by the old British Amicus studio and more recent horror anthologies like V/H/S and THE THEATRE BIZARRE. Produced by Fango scribe and Blood in the Snow Festival Director, Kelly Michael Stewart (under his new Silver Shadows Production company) his team have put together four original horror stories told in a feature film anthology format. Hosted and starring Canadian horror stalwart Robert Nolan (SICK/FAMILIAR) as different characters in all four segments, he tells us four unique tales of horror of his 'many lives on earth'.
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