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    EXCL Video: Don Coscarelli on “JOHN DIES AT THE END,” Part Two

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-17 23:43:27

    First lesson when casting acting newcomers in your new genre
    flick: surround them with acting pros like Oscar nominee Paul Giamatti and
    fright faves such as Clancy Brown (THE BRIDE, HIGHLANDER, upcoming
    HELLBENDERS), Doug Jones (HELLBOY, PAN’S LABYRINTH) and the legendary Tall Man
    himself, Angus Scrimm. That’s what writer/director Don Coscarelli did with his
    latest movie JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
    beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
    see list here),
    which has been killing audiences since its debut at Sundance last year.

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    FANGORIA presents Falls Horror Fest this summer!

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-17 18:49:31

    Right on on the Canadian
    side of the border lies Niagara Falls’ Clifton Hill, a mini Las Vegas filled with garish
    tourist trap attractions and most importantly, a glut of wax museums and a
    spate of incredible haunted attractions. This year, just outside of the location of CASTLE DRACULA,
    THE HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE HAUNTED HOUSE, NIGHTMARES and SCREAMERS,
    FANGORIA will be setting up shop, bringing an extra dose of horror.

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    “30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY’s” Girl With the Dragon Tattoo speaks!

    by: on: 2013-01-17 15:41:24

    Debuting this week on DVD and Blu-ray is the latest
    catch-all genre parody, 30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY…aw, hell, it’s too
    long to run in this intro. Fango spoke to one of the actresses spoofing a
    legendary recent screen heroine with a penchant for leather and piercings.

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    Toronto: Get free Fright Nights this Saturday

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-16 19:37:01

    For people in the Toronto area, as a thank you for all the support for the wildly successful FANGORIA sponsored Fright Nights screening series in 2012, programmer Kelly Michael Stewart is giving patrons a free screening this Saturday night at The Projection Booth East (1035 Gerrard St East)!

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    Remembering Patty Shepard (1945-2013)

    by: Stephan Segantini on: 2013-01-16 03:04:01

    Fans of European horror have long been mesmerized by a pair of stunning, shining eyes which could simultaneously transmit mystery, seduction and a strength that were capable of charming anyone…even a werewolf. Last week we lost  those eyes, those that belonged to Patty Shepard, star of such films as the cult Paul Naschy flicks WEREWOLF VERSUS THE VAMPIRE WOMAN (a.k.a. NIGHT OF WALPURGIS, 1971) or in the (unfairly) despised Assignment Terror (1970).

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    “FACE OFF”: More Westmore in Season Four

    by: on: 2013-01-15 21:47:45

    When Syfy’s hit makeup-competition series FACE OFF returns
    this week, the judges won’t be the only veteran artists taking part.
    World-renowned prosthetic illusionist Michael Westmore, whose daughter McKenzie
    hosts the series, has become a regular mentor to the contestants, and Fango
    spoke exclusively to the two Westmores about what to expect in FACE OFF’s fourth season.

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    EXCL Video Interview: Don Coscarelli on “JOHN DIES AT THE END,” Part One

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-15 14:05:01

    Yes, horror hounds, there is life after PHANTASM. A decade
    after his sleeper sensation BUBBA HO-TEP, JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD; beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing; see list here)
    proves again there’s more to genre fave Don Coscarelli’s cinematic career than
    silver balls and interdimensional dwarves.

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    FANGOVISION 3D: KARLOFF’S “THE VEIL” IN 3D FOR FREE

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-14 16:30:34

    The long-shrouded-in-myth Hal Roach supernatural anthology TV show THE VEIL was produced in 1958, though not one of its 10 episodes actually aired, despite the presence of horror legend Boris Karloff as host and star. Long unseen, the series lapsed into the public domain, eventually appearing in a number of budget VHS and DVD releases over the years. Because of this, perhaps THE VEIL hasn’t received the respect it deserves. Shame as it’s an excellent, often very frightening bit of vintage horror television…

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