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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: Jon Gries opens up on “LOCKER 13″, “TAKEN 3″

    For fans of ‘80s horror, Jon Gries is one of the many character actors who holds a special place in our horror-minded hearts. With memorable performances in such films as THE MONSTER SQUAD, FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2 and TERRORVISION, Gries has earned his spot in the horror lexicon, even as far as gracing the cover of Fangoria #76.

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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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    Stream to Scream: “THE EVIL DEAD’

    As many fright fans already know, FANGORIA offers a great selection of gruesome movies, old and new, for free at our Hulu channel. To give you a better idea of what’s in store, FANGORIA will be taking in-depth looks at some of the channel’s terrifying titles with this newest feature, Stream to Scream. This week: Sam Raimi’s seminal, scary THE EVIL DEAD.

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    Q&A: David Koechner, on “CHEAP THRILLS”

    In a film bursting with stellar performance, it’s an achievement to stand out. The deservedly acclaimed CHEAP THRILLS of course boasts an amazing lead turn from Pat Healy, but just behind him is something sinister from ANCHORMAN’s David Koechner. By subverting his cinematically oafish persona, Koechner turns Colin into a confrontational, suggestive villain. What if the physically hilarious personality, one that’s regarded as kind of a douche, was cleverer than you might think? What if he wielded real power over you, your family, your future?

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    Shadowvision: “VACANCY”

    Welcome to Shadowvision, a regular column in which Fangoria.com revisits modern horror films in black-and-white. The purpose is to analyze these films through a new lens, seeing if the classically informed viewing experience will give a new angle to familiar images. If you’d like to watch along at home, it’s simple: go into your TV settings and desaturate the picture completely, then adjust the contrast and brightness to fit either standard or high definition.

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    Q&A: Kurt Angle, on “PRO WRESTLERS VS. ZOMBIES”

    Ever since the zombie culture craze inspired dozens of filmmakers to pitch their own contribution to the genre, horror fans have seen their fair share of insane zombie mash-ups. Yet few have as much cross-genre appeal as PRO WRESTLERS VS. ZOMBIES, which pits a band of professional wrestlers against a horde of the undead in an abandoned prison. Mixing the supernatural with dark comedy and action, the film brings in some recognizable faces from across the world of wrestling, including Matt Hardy, Shane Douglas, THEY LIVE’s Roddy Piper and DYLAN DOG: DEAD OF NIGHT’s Kurt Angle.

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    Q&A: Lloyd Kaufman and the cast of “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH”

    What do you call a comeback for something that never really went away in the first place? That’s the question inadvertently asked by RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH, VOLUME 1 when it skyrocketed Troma into the pop culture lexicon once more. Despite always having worked as a distribution entity as they bring their films into the digital age, it’s been the better part of a decade since Troma has brought their unequivocal brand cinematic terrorism to theaters.

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    Eduardo Sanchez Takes a “Mistress,”; On Directing TV and “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

    To re-animate FROM DUSK TILL DAWN for the small screen, Robert Rodriguez has carefully chosen what hands would craft his beloved property. Aside from helming the first two episodes himself, Rodriguez acquired a rogues gallery of extraordinary Latino filmmakers, matching each director with their thematic strong suit. For instance, while the first episodes hold true to Rodriguez’s aesthetics, the bloodiest episode comes from EVIL DEAD (2013)’s Fede Alvarez and the most character-driven episode to date comes from BLAIR WITCH mastermind Eduardo Sanchez.

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    Q&A: Sid Haig, on working with Bill Moseley

    With our current issue (#331, on sale here) focusing on the work and acting style of the one-and-only Bill Moseley, FANGORIA knew that our commemoration would not be complete without a chat with a member of his most sinister cinematic family, the Firefly’s. With a little bit of luck, Fangoria heard back from none other than the clown prince of horror, Sid Haig, who offered a brief insight into his relationship on, and off, screen with Bill Moseley.

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    “THE RAID 2″: Who is Hammer Girl?

    Like its predecessor, THE RAID 2 is not wanting for chaos. Across its crime saga-fit runtime, there is no shortage of skin to slash, heads to smash, glass and bones to break, or bullets flying. But while almost every sequence is more spectacular than the last, it’s likely you’ll emerge from the film with one villain’s name on the tip of your tongue. Like Mad Dog before her, Hammer Girl is an impossibly violent piece of work immediately burned into your brain. Using the household tool as a natural extension of Tiger Style, and masking something with those bug big sunglasses, the beautiful, ferocious character is unknowable and so very cool.

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