THE STRANGERS director Bryan Bertino is teaming up with Ghost House Pictures for a new dream oriented horror film. Read on for the info!
Robert Englund headlines an ensemble cast in a new demonic horror film.
DEAD CALLING director Mike Nichols likes casting HALLOWEEN actors in his films, and two more are in his new movie BREAD CRUMBS.
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Day one. I write to you from the bowels of a dark, acid spewing chamber of a warehouse basement with Richmond, VA's very own Municipal Waste(!), as we lense their new music video for the track "Acid Sentence", off their latest Earache Records effort, MASSIVE AGGRESSIVE. Here's how this Fango writer survived the riffs of radiation...
When I was a teenager, I had this bad habit of dropping out of school. I must have gone to six different high schools before finally graduating. So what made me finally finish? Well, it was reading H.P. Lovecraft.
In a genre that so heavily features leading ladies, strong heroines and final girls, we still haven’t had many memorable ones as of late. Except, of course, THE DESCENT’s Sarah Carter. Traumatized by the deaths of her husband and daughter, betrayed by her best friend, possibly a little mad and yet still mustering up the wherewithal to bash monster skulls, she was played with emotional depth and notable strength by Scottish actress Shauna MacDonald in Neil Marshall’s original film, and returns to the caves in THE DESCENT: PART 2 (now out on DVD from Lionsgate).
On this glorious day of celebratory drinking, there may be no comic-book character whom superhero geeks and horror fans alike would want to hang with more than Hellboy. He’s funny, outspoken and highly appreciative of Tecate, and thus the concept of a special “Hellboy heads to Mexico” issue (from Dark Horse) released on Cinco de Mayo sounds like a pretty sweet treat—and thanks to the ever-reliable Mike Mignola, it is. What’s more, it wonderfully goes above and beyond being simply just gimmicky and fun (not that there’s anything wrong with that).
The long-awaited third film in director Shinya Tsukamoto’s cyberpunk horror series, TETSUO: THE BULLET MAN premiered its new director’s cut at the recently concluded Tribeca Film Festival. While there, yours truly got some exclusive face time with Tsukamoto and his star Eric Bossick; see the video interviews after the jump!
There are already mixed opinions on Steven R. Monroe’s I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE redux, and there are certain to be plenty more now that the first teaser trailer has hit the web. Give at a look after the jump.
We just got in the details on the premiere of the independent-horror documentary UNDER THE SCARES, which we first told you about here. Read on for the info on this and a bunch of other frightful screenings taking place across the U.S.
Screenwriter/actor Phil Nichols sent over a batch of exclusive photos from RENFIELD THE UNDEAD, the independent genre feature in which he plays the title role. Shooting just wrapped in Texas on the Champion Entertainment/Poison Apple Films/Renfield LLC production, directed by Bob Willems of S.I.C.K. SERIAL INSANE CLOWN KILLER, who also produced with Nichols.
As part of Fango editor-in-chief Chris Alexander’s ongoing Film School Confidential! screening/lecture series at Toronto’s Bloor Cinema, Alexander and Vagrancy Films are rewarding loyal FSC students with an uncut 35mm print of Lucio Fulci’s towering masterpiece of phantasmagorical horror, CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD.
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