by: Samuel Zimmerman on: 2013-01-16 05:50:32
Catch the first look at this low budget shocker below.Read more »
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).Read more »
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.
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.
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…Read more »
by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-14 14:09:30
With JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
see list here), Oscar-nominated actor (and life-long fright fan!) Paul Giamatti knocks two off his bucket list with one shot: working with genre fave director Don Coscarelli
and making his first bona fide horror film. FANGORIA’s editor emeritus Tony
Timpone chatted with Giamatti about his cult flick, which he not only plays a
key role in, but produced through his New York-based Touchy Feely shingle.
by: on: 2013-01-11 23:21:21
The dinosaurs are getting ready to rampage again as plans
firm up for the next sequel—with a new dimension.
by: on: 2013-01-11 22:40:48
Out on DVD and Blu-ray this week from Magnolia Home
Entertainment, COMPLIANCE gives actor Pat Healy a startlingly different role
than the one most horror fans probably know him for: the awkward but likable,
lovestruck Luke in THE INNKEEPERS. He digs into his turn as COMPLIANCE’s
manipulative “Officer Daniels” in this exclusive interview.
by: Samuel Zimmerman on: 2013-01-11 13:25:37
Undeniably stylish—hypnotic even— Ryan Haysom’s neo-giallo short YELLOW is currently garnering strong praise across the globe as it slides
through festivals, finding a sweet spot between reverence to its cinematic idols and modern construction. The director and cinematographer Jon Britt spoke with Fango about the film and their own spin on the hunt for a black-gloved killer.
by: on: 2013-01-10 21:26:05
The creators of the horror spoof A HAUNTED HOUSE didn’t have
the chance to parody TEXAS CHAINSAW 3D on screen, but they do homage it in a
new poster you can see exclusively after the jump.
by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-10 19:59:47
Tim Burton’s return to form and PARANORMAN, its 2012 stop motion counterpart, both found themselves with prestige this morning.Read more »