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  • Q&A: “CABIN IN THE WOODS’ ” Fran Kranz Finds Work Sucks in “BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS”

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    BLOODSUCKING BASTARDS, the new horror/comedy directed by Brian James O’Connell and written by the improvisational comedy troupe Dr. God and Ryan Mitts, stars Fran Kranz—Marty in CABIN IN THE WOODS and Topher in DOLLHOUSE—as Evan, the only person in his boring sales office who cares about his job. His workplace becomes more professional and productive, as well as considerably more dangerous and gore-filled, when Evan’s old college nemesis Max (GAME OF THRONES’ Pedro Pascal) gets the promotion Evan thought was his.

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  • Lead actor Cliff Curtis talks “FEAR THE WALKING DEAD”

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    Actor Cliff Curtis is originally from New Zealand, but is often cast as Hispanic characters in films and TV series such as BLOW, RUNAWAY JURY and GANG RELATED. His FEAR THE WALKING DEAD character Travis was originally written that way as well, but when Curtis was cast, the producers gave the role a Maori background to match the actor.

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  • Q&A: Actor D.J. Cotrona Previews the Second Season of “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

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    Fans of FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES, which returns for its second season on the El Rey network tomorrow, Tuesday, August 25, will remember that at the end of season one, Seth Gecko (D.J. Cotrona) had survived his ordeal at the Titty Twister bar—a hangout for the vampiric, serpentine beings known as culebras, whose roots are in Aztec lore. However, Seth didn’t come out unscathed.

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  • Q&A: Creator/Executive Producer Dave Erickson Talks “FEAR THE WALKING DEAD”

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    With AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD one of the most successful TV series on the planet, it’s no surprise that a companion show would come along. Developed by WALKING DEAD comics creator Robert Kirkman with SONS OF ANARCHY’s Dave Erickson, FEAR THE WALKING DEAD premiered last night, and Erickson spoke to Fango about its creation and future.

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  • Q&A: Kristen Connolly Talks ABC’s Paranormal Series “THE WHISPERS”

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    In ABC’s new series THE WHISPERS (airing Monday nights at 10/9 Central), loosely based by show creator Soo Hugh on Ray Bradbury’s short story “The Zero Hour,” assorted adults must deal with the sinister influence exerted over children by a mysterious presence named Drill. As Drill’s circle of young “friends” expands, it becomes clear he has a special interest in the offspring of people who are highly placed in the government, scientists and those who work with nuclear-power sources.

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  • Q&A: Actor DJ Qualls on Being Witness to a “Z NATION”

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    In Syfy’s series Z NATION, the dead do not walk; instead, they run at top speed. Babies get bitten, turn and kill people who have appeared to be series regulars up to that point. Survivors are hard cases, able to blow gaping holes in skulls with guns and using spiked metal sticks when ammo isn’t handy. If ever a narrative TV show was made for FANGORIA, Z NATION is it.

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  • Exclusive Interview: Creator/Producer Brannon Braga Talks TV’s “SALEM”

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    In SALEM, there are witches among us. WGN America’s first scripted series, which airs its third episode “In Vain” (pictured above and below) this Sunday, May 4 at 10 p.m./9 p.m. CT, takes us back to the late-17th-century Massachusetts village and focuses on the practitioners of dark magic and those who hunt them. One of those guiding the ongoing story is Brannon Braga, creator and executive producer with Adam Simon, who spoke to FANGORIA about the show.

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  • Monster MAC: Rick Baker on his Halloween Makeup Collection

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    When most people think of seven-time Oscar-winning special effects makeup creator Rick Baker, they envision cinematic werewolves, apes and space aliens. What doesn’t immediately come to mind is a Halloween collection designed to be applied and worn by ordinary folks at home, but that’s just what Baker has created for MAC cosmetics.

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  • Claire Coffee: More “GRIMM” Than Ever

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    NBC’s hit supernatural series GRIMM returns for its third season tonight, chronicling the adventures of Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), a Portland, Oregon police detective who discovers that he is a Grimm, one of a special order who can detect and, when need be, combat a wide variety of human-seeming creatures known collectively as Wesen. When season two ended, Nick had been turned into a 28 DAYS LATER-style zombie and was being shipped to the Wesen Royals in Vienna. Also in Vienna is Adalind Schade, played by Claire Coffee.

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  • Creators and stars talk “HOLLISTON” Season Two & More

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    In HOLLISTON (now in its second season Tuesday nights on FEARnet), aspiring filmmakers Adam and Joe, played by series creator/writer Adam Green (of HATCHET fame) and his fellow executive producer Joe Lynch (director of WRONG TURN 2), break Kane Hodder (the FRIDAY THE 13TH go-to Jason plays a version of himself) out of a hospital and move him into Adam’s apartment so that he’ll star in the duo’s horror short. Heads spin EXORCIST-style, Danielle Harris shows up as herself, Bailee Madison of ONCE UPON A TIME appears in an ORPHAN send-up and Adam gets advice from a hideous closet monster called Oderous Urungus (Dave Brockie). Just your typical sitcom – if sitcoms were designed by and for horror fans.

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  • Sucker Up for “BLOOD KISS” With Neil Gaiman et al.

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    A lot of people refer to Hollywood as being full of vampires, but in BLOOD KISS, scripted by famed comic book/animation writer Michael Reaves, this is literally the case. We’re in the 1940s, and our detective hero is running afoul of both the studio system and real bloodsuckers. And you can be a part of bringing this tale to the screen.

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