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    Director Christopher Denham talks Tribeca horror “PRESERVATION”—and what’s up with “AREA 51”!

    Actor Christopher Denham made his directorial debut with the chilling domestic horror feature HOME MOVIE in 2008, and now he’s back with PRESERVATION, premiering at this month’s Tribeca Film Festival. He gave us a few words about the film—and an update on the years-in-coming AREA 51.

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    Q&A: Tilda Swinton Talks Jim Jarmusch’s Vampire Romance “ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE”

    If the prospect of Jim Jarmusch directing a vampire film wasn’t intriguing enough, his casting of screen great Tilda Swinton as half of the central nocturnal couple absolutely seals the deal. Swinton and THOR/THE AVENGERS’ Tom Hiddleston are perfectly cast in ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE, which the actress discusses (along with a few past and future fantasy roles) in this FANGORIA interview.

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    “JINN” (Movie Review)

    According to the ads, JINN is “The secret half the world has been keeping”—and they’re not the only ones. The movie opened today with no advance screenings, and in such situations one can hope for an unheralded surprise, or at least maybe a new trash classic. Unfortunately, one hilarious highlight aside, neither is the case here.

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    Q&A: Tamar Ouziel on the FX of “AFFLICTED,” With Exclusive Photos

    Clif Prowse and Derek Lee’s AFFLICTED, in theaters and on VOD today from CBS Films, is an especially energetic horror movie with a wide locational canvas (see reviews here and here). Crucial to its impact are the makeup FX contributions of Tamar Ouziel, who recalls her experiences on the international shoot and sent over a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos.

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    Q&A: Actor Christopher Denham on the Psychothriller “FORGETTING THE GIRL”

    Camera-wielding protagonists have become a bit of a specialty for actor and filmmaker Christopher Denham; a familiar face from the likes of ARGO, SHUTTER ISLAND and SOUND OF MY VOICE, he co-starred in Barry Levinson’s found-footage environmental shocker THE BAY and made his directorial debut on a HOME MOVIE gone very wrong. FORGETTING THE GIRL, just released on DVD and Blu-ray by RAM Releasing, finds him playing a photographer who has questionable relationships with his subjects.

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    Exclusive: 1st “WE ARE STILL HERE” set pics, filmmakers talk Fulci influence

    It’s a brisk, very chilly morning when Fango visits the upstate-New York location of the grisly ghost story WE ARE STILL HERE (from which we brought back exclusive photos you can see below). But things have clearly been heating up in the rural house the filmmakers have commandeered for the occasion, judging by the splattery remnants scattered around the interiors.

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    EXCL Images: The Frightened and Frightening Faces of “OCULUS”

    The rapidly approaching OCULUS, from director Mike Flanagan, is surely something special. The follow-up to his low budget, terrifically atmospheric ABSENTIA is an unsettling and properly frightening piece of work, one with an ensemble of horrified and horrifying faces that sell both the eerie happenings and emotional heft on hand. FANGORIA is excited to present an exclusive peek at the film and its expression of terror, below.

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    “PHANTASM: RAVAGER” Trailer Premieres; Coscarelli and Hartman Speak

    Almost out of nowhere, the existence of a long-clamored for fifth PHANTASM film was thrust onto the world and into the lives of genre fans. And just as swiftly, the puzzle pieces of this curious sequel started connecting. Titled PHANTASM: RAVAGER, the film is written and directed by David Hartman, a longtime friend of PHANTASM creator and genre legend Don Coscarelli and will feature plenty of returning cast including the requisite Angus Scrimm and Reggie Bannister, as well as Michael Baldwin, Bill Thornbury and Kat Lester. Now, the first footage has debuted and the filmmakers have spoken. Find out what to expect from PHANTASM: RAVAGER, below.

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