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    EXCL Video: Don Coscarelli on “JOHN DIES AT THE END,” Part Three

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-19 01:06:41

    It’s not easy being a ’70s-era horror director and trying to
    get films made today when all Hollywood seems to be interested in is remaking
    your past gory glories. Following his 2002 sleeper sensation BUBBA HO-TEP and after
    helming the scariest episode of MASTERS OF HORROR (2005’s INCIDENT ON AND OFF A MOUNTAIN ROAD),
    writer/director Don Coscarelli continues his career renaissance with his latest
    movie JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
    beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
    see list here),
    which has been killing audiences since its debut at Sundance last year.

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    EXCL Video: Don Coscarelli on “JOHN DIES AT THE END,” Part Two

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-17 23:43:27

    First lesson when casting acting newcomers in your new genre
    flick: surround them with acting pros like Oscar nominee Paul Giamatti and
    fright faves such as Clancy Brown (THE BRIDE, HIGHLANDER, upcoming
    HELLBENDERS), Doug Jones (HELLBOY, PAN’S LABYRINTH) and the legendary Tall Man
    himself, Angus Scrimm. That’s what writer/director Don Coscarelli did with his
    latest movie JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
    beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
    see list here),
    which has been killing audiences since its debut at Sundance last year.

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    “30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY’s” Girl With the Dragon Tattoo speaks!

    by: on: 2013-01-17 15:41:24

    Debuting this week on DVD and Blu-ray is the latest
    catch-all genre parody, 30 NIGHTS OF PARANORMAL ACTIVITY…aw, hell, it’s too
    long to run in this intro. Fango spoke to one of the actresses spoofing a
    legendary recent screen heroine with a penchant for leather and piercings.

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    Jessica Chastain Saves the Drama for “MAMA”

    by: Trevor Parker on: 2013-01-16 21:28:13

    It’s not often that an actress rides into
    the motion picture world on the crest of as much hype and critical adoration as
    has Jessica Chastain. Rarer still is when that actress entirely validates the
    hype surrounding her, as Chastain most definitely has, garnering her second
    Oscar nomination in as many years. With her ruthless CIA operative in ZERO DARK
    THIRTY currently ruling the box office, audiences can catch a different side of
    Chastain’s acclaimed range when director Andy Muschietti’s ghostly fable MAMA
    his theaters this Friday.

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    Remembering Patty Shepard (1945-2013)

    by: Stephan Segantini on: 2013-01-16 03:04:01

    Fans of European horror have long been mesmerized by a pair of stunning, shining eyes which could simultaneously transmit mystery, seduction and a strength that were capable of charming anyone…even a werewolf. Last week we lost  those eyes, those that belonged to Patty Shepard, star of such films as the cult Paul Naschy flicks WEREWOLF VERSUS THE VAMPIRE WOMAN (a.k.a. NIGHT OF WALPURGIS, 1971) or in the (unfairly) despised Assignment Terror (1970).

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    “FACE OFF”: More Westmore in Season Four

    by: on: 2013-01-15 21:47:45

    When Syfy’s hit makeup-competition series FACE OFF returns
    this week, the judges won’t be the only veteran artists taking part.
    World-renowned prosthetic illusionist Michael Westmore, whose daughter McKenzie
    hosts the series, has become a regular mentor to the contestants, and Fango
    spoke exclusively to the two Westmores about what to expect in FACE OFF’s fourth season.

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    EXCL Video Interview: Don Coscarelli on “JOHN DIES AT THE END,” Part One

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-15 14:05:01

    Yes, horror hounds, there is life after PHANTASM. A decade
    after his sleeper sensation BUBBA HO-TEP, JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD; beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing; see list here)
    proves again there’s more to genre fave Don Coscarelli’s cinematic career than
    silver balls and interdimensional dwarves.

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    EXCL Video Interview: Paul Giamatti on “JOHN DIES AT THE END”

    by: FANGORIA Staff on: 2013-01-14 14:09:30

    With JOHN DIES AT THE END (now on VOD;
    beginning its multi-city theatrical rollout on January 25 from Magnet Releasing;
    see list here), Oscar-nominated actor (and life-long fright fan!) Paul Giamatti knocks two off his bucket list with one shot: working with genre fave director Don Coscarelli
    and making his first bona fide horror film. FANGORIA’s editor emeritus Tony
    Timpone chatted with Giamatti about his cult flick, which he not only plays a
    key role in, but produced through his New York-based Touchy Feely shingle.

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    Pat Healy: Creepy Calling for “COMPLIANCE”

    by: on: 2013-01-11 22:40:48

    Out on DVD and Blu-ray this week from Magnolia Home
    Entertainment, COMPLIANCE gives actor Pat Healy a startlingly different role
    than the one most horror fans probably know him for: the awkward but likable,
    lovestruck Luke in THE INNKEEPERS. He digs into his turn as COMPLIANCE’s
    manipulative “Officer Daniels” in this exclusive interview.

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    Q&A: Director Ryan Haysom and DP talk neo-giallo short “YELLOW”

    by: Samuel Zimmerman on: 2013-01-11 13:25:37

    Undeniably stylish—hypnotic even— Ryan Haysom’s neo-giallo short YELLOW is currently garnering strong praise across the globe as it slides
    through festivals, finding a sweet spot between reverence to its cinematic idols and modern construction. The director and cinematographer Jon Britt spoke with Fango about the film and their own spin on the hunt for a black-gloved killer.

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    Q&A: Director Marko Mäkilaakso on his “WAR OF THE DEAD”

    From green light to release, the average film takes two to three years, but the zombie action feature WAR OF THE DEAD’s production started in way back in 2005. The remarkable adventure that followed would take director Marko Mäkilaakso around the world, through countless stops and stars, three title changes and eventually end as biggest film ever shot in Lithuania. FANGORIA spoke to Makilassko a few months later on the heels of the North American release to talk about the long journey that became a zombie epic.

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