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    NY! “RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD” returns for one-night-only with star James Karen attending

    This coming Monday, May 20, New York City’s Film Forum(209 West Houston Street) will be screening a rare 35mm print of ALIEN creator Dan O’Bannon’s 1985 directorial debut, the 1985 punk-rock horror-comedy cult classic RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD. Actor and fan favorite James Karen (MULHOLLAND DR., INVADERS FROM MARS, POLTERGEIST, FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE SPACE MONSTER) will be present to introduce the film and participate in a Q&A afterwards.

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    Q+A: Director Katie Aselton talks indie thriller “BLACK ROCK”

    FANGO recently chatted with independent filmmaker Katie Aselton about her latest feature, BLACK ROCK (which hits theatres this Friday May 17) – a horror thriller about three lifelong friends who get much more than they bargained for after they set out on a camping trip with the intention of reconnecting with their childhoods. Aselton also acts in the film, alongside Lake Bell and Kate Bosworth. The screenplay was written by Aselton’s husband Mark Duplass, a film director, actor and producer often cited as one of leading visionaries of the mumblecore movement – a subgenre of independent film primarily characterized by its highly naturalistic approach. Aselton gave us the details on her filmmaking experience in addition to her take on mumblecore, and her relationships with both acting and directing. (Read more on the film in our current print issue FANGORIA #323.)

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    Q&A: Director Peter Grendle on Southwestern Neo-Nazi horror “BLOOD SOAKED”

    New Mexico-based low-budget indie filmmaker Peter Grendle has finished his latest feature, BLOOD SOAKED, a gritty tale set in the sun-bleached desert of the American Southwest about what occurs when coed lesbians encounter Neo-Nazis, and the subsequent chaos that unfolds. FANGO chatted with Grendle about his inspiration and the production process behind this freaky flick.

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    “VIDEO DIARY OF A LOST GIRL” (Movie Review)

    by: Vivienne Vaughn on: 2013-01-25 15:49:10

    VIDEO DIARY OF A LOST GIRL, the first feature directed by
    Lindsay Denniberg, is not made for the masses; it’s a completely bizarre,
    surrealistic art-house film that’s not quite comparable to anything, except perhaps Nobuhiko Obayashi’s 1977 horror phantasmagoria HOUSE.

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