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    “Shadows In The Asylum: The Case Files Of Dr. Charles Marsh” (Book Review)

    Author D.A. Stern has a history of pushing some envelopes with his writing. Perhaps his best-known book, THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT: A DOSSIER, took an unusual approach to presenting the background of the witch, accounts of the filmmakers’ disappearance, and almost 40 pages of journal. Along the way, the reader absorbs a deeper understanding of all of the disparate elements that made up the movie. Stern employs many of the same ideas to create SHADOWS IN THE ASYLUM: THE CASE FILES OF DR. CHARLES MARSH, and the result is one of the creepiest reads around.

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    “BEHIND THE SCENES OF TOTAL HELL” (Movie Review)

    There’s a great scene in Tim Burton’s ED WOOD in which Wood is talking to a Hollywood producer after dropping off a copy of his first movie, GLEN OR GLENDA?. When the producer tells him that it’s “the worst film I ever saw,” Wood assures him that his next one will be even better. That is the enthusiasm of the independent filmmaker. They are driven to tell stories on celluloid, often without the benefit of a budget, a talented cast, or a clue. The results may turn out brilliantly, but in many cases the results are varying shades of crap.

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    Q&A: “DARK FEED” writer/director Shawn Rasmussen

    While directing a movie has long been considered a solo profession, there has been a recent rise of sibling directorial teams. To that list, we can add the names Shawn and Michael Rasmussen, who first became known for scripting John Carpenter’s most recent feature THE WARD and recently saw their first film as writer/directors, DARK FEED, hit DVD from Lionsgate. Shawn Rasmussen recently sat down with FANGORIA to talk about their journey.

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