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    Contest: Who wants to win a “WHO CAN A KILL A CHILD?” DVD & “COME OUT AND PLAY” signed poster?

    Director Makinov’s somewhat faithful remake of the 1976 Spanish horror classic WHO WANTS TO KILL A CHILD? is currently enjoying a limited US theatrical run and in honor of this, FANGO has an original movie poster signed by the filmmaker, as well as a copy of the original film on DVD to giveaway.

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    Exclusive Stills: Canadian thriller, “THE GHOSTKEEPERS”

    Last year FANGORIA pointed a blood soaked stake at a little no-budget miracle called TERROR OF DRACULA, a feature length period set adaptation of Stoker’s warhorse filmed for garlic cloves in Ontario, Canada. The man behind that excellent flick, Anthony DP Mann has returned to the genre anew with another high class/low cost thriller, this one an original story called THE GHOSTKEEPERS.

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    “EVIL DEAD” (Chris’ Review)

    Leonard Maltin’s 2.5 star review of Sam Raimi’s original THE EVIL DEAD in his pre-IMDB/Rotten Tomatoes printed reference book summed up the picture’s plot like this: “Five kids at mountain cabin chop each other to pieces when demons possess everything.”

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    Exclusive: Director David Slade talks “HANNIBAL”

    In a dank industrial building just outside Toronto, a slew of talented people are feverishly working to revive the bloody legacy of Hannibal Lecter. The antihero of four best-selling Thomas Harris novels and five feature films, Lecter is as recognizable an icon of horror as Dracula, but until now, his face has been primarily that of Anthony Hopkins, who relished the role of the flesheating, cultured cannibal psychiatrist in the Oscar-winning THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, its berserk sequel HANNIBAL and the middling prequel RED DRAGON.

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    Maurizio Guarini, “CREATURES FROM A DRAWER” (CD Review)

    The name Goblin should mean something to each and every serious (hell, even casual) student of European horror. The band formerly known as Oliver, then Cherry Five, who were mentored by Dario Argento to be the house band for his 1975 giallo* landmark DEEP RED; they, of the throbbing basslines and progressive Emerson Lake and Palmer-meets-Mike Oldfield groove. Goblin went on to become horror’s only real “supergroup” and represented the proto-rock video aesthetic that made the Italian terrors of the period such sexy, slick and visceral treats.

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    EXCL Audio: Fede Alvarez talks “EVIL DEAD”

    Hot on the pencil-poked heels of our cheerfully repugnant EVIL DEAD cover announcement, FANGORIA Editor Chris Alexander tracked co-writer/director Fed Alvarez to his home in Uruguay to talk about his hotly anticipated gore-caked remake.

    Here then, is an exclusive audio chat with Alvarez, in which he talks about life in Raimi-ville, the pressure of the fevered EVIL DEAD fanbase and the sting of the MPAA. Enjoy!

    For much more on EVIL DEAD see the aforementioned FANGORIA #322 (on sale in March) and keep an eye on Fangoria.com as its SXSW world premiere fast approaches.

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    Exclusive audio interview: “DARK SKIES’ ” J.K. Simmons

    FANGORIA ed Chris Alexander got on the horn with actor J.K. Simmons to talk about his role in DARK SKIES, opening today. And while that film is discussed at length, Simmons’ other roles are mused upon as well, including his role as SPIDER-MAN’s J. Jonah Jameson, his brush with Uwe Boll and—even more relevant to Fango fans—his enduring portrait of neo-Nazi evil in the nightmarish HBO prison drama OZ.

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