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  • Exclusive Q&A: Director David Schmoeller on “CRAWLSPACE”, “DEAD ANGELS”

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    As one of the many underrated horror filmmakers to come out of the golden age of terror, chances are you’ve seen David Schmoeller’s wicked work. Schmoeller, the former frequent collaborator of producer Charles Band, delivered such memorable cinematic chillers such as TOURIST TRAP, PUPPETMASTER, NETHERWORLD and CATACOMBS in horror’s heyday. Yet Scream Factory devotees may know Schmoeller as the helmer of CRAWLSPACE, the insane psychological horror film starring the notorious Klaus Kinski and Talia Balsam. Following the release of FANGORIA’s limited edition Scream Factory issue, Schmoeller sat down with Fango to talk CRAWLSPACE, Kinski and what’s lies ahead…

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  • Ithaca Fantastic Fest: Producer Larry Fessenden Talks “LATE PHASES”

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    Playing tonight at the Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival in Ithaca, NY is the werewolf thriller LATE PHASES—an appropriate choice, give that it’s one of many features shot in upstate New York by producer Larry Fessenden, who discusses the film, its cast and groundbreaking transformation in this exclusive interview.

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  • Q&A: Actor DJ Qualls on Being Witness to a “Z NATION”

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    In Syfy’s series Z NATION, the dead do not walk; instead, they run at top speed. Babies get bitten, turn and kill people who have appeared to be series regulars up to that point. Survivors are hard cases, able to blow gaping holes in skulls with guns and using spiked metal sticks when ammo isn’t handy. If ever a narrative TV show was made for FANGORIA, Z NATION is it.

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  • NYC: Free Screening of “THE MULE” on November 24!

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    FANGORIA will be hosting a free screening of the explosive comedic thriller THE MULE—the latest from SAW/THE CONJURING co-creator Leigh Whannell—in New York City on Monday, November 24 at 7 p.m. This special showing will be held at the Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place). Directed by Tony Mahony and Angus Sampson and inspired by a true story, THE MULE stars Hugo (THE MATRIX) Weaving, Angus (INSIDIOUS) Sampson, John (FRINGE) Noble, Ewen (DEAD EUROPE) Leslie and Whannell, who co-wrote the offbeat crime film with Sampson and Jaime Browne. 

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  • Q&A: “SAW” Veteran Kevin Greutert Heads South for “JESSABELLE”

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    Kevin Greutert has logged many hours on the SAW franchise, editing the second through fifth entries before making his directorial debut on SAW VI and following up with SAW 3D, and now makes a decisive break away with JESSABELLE. He spoke with FANGORIA about the movie, out today in limited theatrical release and on VOD from Lionsgate.

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  • “V/H/S VIRAL” (Movie Review)

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    Any debate scheduled to conclude with fisticuffs in a boxing ring is bound to engender a bit more tension than the average Oxford Union fare, but when Alamo Drafthouse CEO Tim League and horror director Ti West clashed at Fantastic Fest this past September over the unsubtle-yet-hilarious/apropos proposition “The Found Footage Genre is a Cancer Eating Away the Integrity of Cinema” the point-counterpoint—as foreshadowed by the pair’s brutal pre-confrontation challenge videos—took on a particularly vitriolic, take-no-prisoners vibe. 

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  • Deadly Grounds Becomes The Official Coffee of FANGORIA!

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    As the first word in horror for over 35 years, it’s safe to say that FANGORIA knows and loves the horror genre. But through our hard work over these years, and our various explorations into different areas of the media, FANGORIA has tried to give the complete horror experience to fans. Yet today, on Halloween 2014, FANGORIA marks a new chapter in our growing brand, as we announce that we are partnering with Deadly Grounds, the premiere coffee for horror fans, as the official coffee of FANGORIA!

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  • Q&A: Daniel Radcliffe on “HORNS”, “FRANKENSTEIN”

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    For those keeping tabs on the world of horror as intently as FANGORIA, there’s few actors who have been as curiously intertwined in the genre as Daniel Radcliffe, the former HARRY POTTER actor who has since lined up an impressive and interesting resume of fright flicks. After impressing many with his committed turn in THE WOMAN IN BLACK, Radcliffe dives head first into much more chaotic and devilish territory with HORNS, the Joe Hill adaptation from noted filmmaker Alexandre Aja. As HORNS stabs its way into cinemas, Radcliffe sat down with FANGORIA to discuss the devil, emotional challenges in HORNS and his involvement in Paul McGuigan’s secretive FRANKENSTEIN adaptation…

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