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    FANGORIA Kickstarter campaign for “THE FACILITY” now open!

    In case you missed it—and shame on you if you did!—FANGORIA Entertainment is producing THE FACILITY, a gritty fright flick with a budget to be raised on Kickstarter.com. And, yes, sir, yes, ma’am, you can be part of this exciting cinematic experience by pledging right here. In addition, for those who donate, there are some really interesting rewards being offered (anyone need a body bag?). Not excited yet? Then check out the promo art below (designed by FANGORIA FrightFest’s Larry Barsky), as well as the film’s chill-inducing promo!

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    Director comments and logline for FANGORIA Kickstarter film revealed

    We held out as long as we could, but now with our Kickstarter campaign going live next week, and owing to the many thousands of requests for a specific storyline for THE FACILITY (our FANGORIA Original Kickstarter production, which we last told you about here), we are caving in. If the A-Team were instead a small group of your every day garden variety National Guardsmen, activated during Hurricane Sandy to guard and protect an isolated government building—and they met Dr. Moreau(!)—you would have some sort of idea of what this movie is about.

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    FANGORIA Presents “AXED”: Music to Murder By

    In today’s FANGORIA Presents exclusive, we unveil some of the deadly doings in AXED, the second release on our VOD/DVD label (see here for details). The British film’s creators have created a special montage of nasty images from AXED, set to music from the movie. “The composer is Aleksandar Dimitrijevic,” says AXED’s writer/director Ryan Lee Driscoll. “He’s moving from high profile trailers to working in the movies, and he picked AXED to make the break!”

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    Fango Flashback: “DIAL M FOR MURDER” (1954)

    Hard to believe that two years after the initial 3D craze began in 1952 with exploitationer BWANA DEVIL and had peaked with 1953’s HOUSE OF WAX, that the next year’s DIAL M FOR MURDER, shot in the same showy process, would be relegated to the standard two dimensions upon release. Whereas today 3D has become a fact of moviegoing life and has also made it into the home courtesy of pricey TV sets and space-helmet-like goggles, audiences had grown tired of the gimmick by the time master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock adopted the format for this 1954 Warner Bros. film, a classic thriller starring Grace Kelly and Ray Milland. Back then, Hitchcock said of 3D, “It’s a nine-day wonder, and I came in on the ninth day.” Thanks to New York City’s Film Forum (209 West Houston; [212] 727-8110), you can now rediscover DIAL M FOR MURDER in a gorgeous 3D digital restoration, which opens today and runs through Thursday, April 4.

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    UPDATE: Director to join “WALKING DEAD” star hosting FREE “SHADOW PEOPLE” NYC screening this Monday!

    WALKING DEAD star Dallas Roberts will host FANGORIA’s free screening of his nightmarish fact-based horror film SHADOW PEOPLE this coming Monday, March 18 at 7 p.m. This special showing will be held at New York City’s Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Besides playing Governor confidant Milton Mamet on THE WALKING DEAD, Roberts has also appeared in the genre films THE GREY, JOSHUA, TELL TALE and the SISTERS remake. In SHADOW PEOPLE, the actor plays a troubled DJ investigating dangerous nocturnal beings. Just announced: SHADOW PEOPLE writer/director Matthew Arnold will also attend the event and host a Q&A after the movie.

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  • Exclusive trailer and pics: “DEVIL MAY CALL”

    HALLOWEEN’s Tyler Mane goes all scary again in DEVIL MAY CALL, the new film from director/co-writer Jason Cuadrado. Fango got the scoop on the thriller from the TALES FROM THE DEAD filmmaker himself, plus the exclusive trailer and some exclusive pics. Besides oversized stalker Mane, DEVIL MAY CALL also stars UNREST’s Corri English, CUJO’s Daniel Hugh-Kelly and EXCISION’s Traci Lords.

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