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    Q&A: The Cast of “EVIL DEAD”

    Unlike the characters in the original THE EVIL DEAD, the five post-teens populating its remake (premiering tonight at SXSW) haven’t assembled in the cabin in the woods for a hedonistic good time. Instead, they’ve gathered to preserve the health of one of their own, who has fallen into a cycle of substance abuse.

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    Q&A: Producer Travis Stevens on SXSW and BUFF Films “CHEAP THRILLS” and “BIG ASS SPIDER!”

    It’s a busy month for producer Travis Stevens of Snowfort Pictures, who’s got a pair of genre features—BIG ASS SPIDER! and CHEAP THRILLS—playing both South by Southwest and the Boston Underground Film Festival. The latter is a particular honor, as Stevens’ films are opening and closing the event; he discussed them both with Fango, and provided an exclusive new still from THRILLS.

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    Kether Donohue: Living Witness to “THE BAY”

    When a water-borne, pollution-spawned plague of illness and worse strikes the Chesapeake Bay town of Claridge, Maryland in Barry Levinson’s THE BAY (out this week on DVD from Lionsgate), no man, woman or child is safe. One of the few survivors is journalism student Donna Thompson, who has put together the horrific footage we see and is played by Kether Donohue, who discusses the experience of making the movie in this exclusive interview.

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    Q&A: Rob Zombie talks “LORDS OF SALEM” novel, new album and more

    For fans of Rob Zombie and his multitude of media tentacles, Christmas is coming in April. In addition to Zombie’s much-anticipated, hotly-debated arthouse horror THE LORDS OF SALEM galloping onto screens April nineteenth (courtesy of Anchor Bay), his latest, meanest solo album VENOMOUS RAT REGENERATION VENDOR lands a mere four days later via Universal music. Even with the considerable bulk of those two projects to juggle, Zombie is also publishing a novelization of his SALEM script (serialized in the March issue of Fangoria), prepping a corresponding album tour, and as a director he’s circling a departure from his horror filmography—a dramatization of the Philadelphia Flyers merciless run to the NHL championship during the 1970’s called BROAD STREET BULLIES. FANGORIA got a chance to chat exclusively with Zombie about his new album for our April issue, and also managed to grill the man on some of the other pursuits mentioned above.

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    Q&A: Frank Henenlotter in Chicago this weekend, talks “BASKET” and “BRAIN”

    For decades, horror fans around the world have been inspired by the demented genius of writer/director Frank Henenlotter (BASKET CASE, BRAIN DAMAGE, FRANKENHOOKER). More than anything, perhaps, Henenlotter’s put-upon freaks of nature and sophisticated monsters have given awkward high school students and budding filmmakers characters that they can relate to.

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    Kris Lemche: Proving “THE FRANKENSTEIN THEORY”

    Found-footage movies tend to be cast with unknown, unrecognizable actors for that realistic feel, but the lead in the new THE FRANKENSTEIN THEORY will be a familiar face for many horror fans. Kris Lemche, whose credits include GINGER SNAPS and FINAL DESTINATION 3, toplines this Mary-Shelley-meets-BLAIR-WITCH project, and discusses it in this exclusive Fango interview.

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    Women in Horror ’13: Julianne Moore’s “6 SOULS” Searching

    In a career that has encompassed nearly every conceivable type of part, Oscar-nominated actress has made regular stops in the horror genre, from her early role in TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE: THE MOVIE to the upcoming remake of CARRIE. This week, she’ll be seen as the star of 6 SOULS, which hits VOD Friday, March 1 and select theaters April 5 from Radius-TWC, and which she spoke about in this exclusive Fango interview.

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    First Fango Set Visit: SXSW Horror “HAUNTER”

    It is a conventional stance of Hollywood ingenues to rise to prominence through roles in horror movies, only to disparage their genre origins once presented with opportunities more palatable to the mainstream. This is refreshingly not the case with Abigail Breslin, teenage star of ZOMBIELAND and Oscar nominee for her precocious performance in LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, whom Fango catches up with on the set of Vincenzo Natali’s HAUNTER.

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    Q&A: Eli Roth, producing “THE LAST EXORCISM PART II”

    This year, audiences awaiting the return of Eli Roth find an embarrassment of riches. On the directorial end, there’s both werewolf-in-a-steel town Netflix original series HEMLOCK GROVE and his Amazonian cannibal odyssey, THE GREEN INFERNO. The sometimes actor scripted and stars in Nicolas Lopez’s Chilean earthquake picture AFTERSHOCK and most relevantly, has lent a guiding hand to emerging talent, producing Ti West’s upcoming THE SACRAMENT and the sequel to one of the more undervalued of recent American genre films, THE LAST EXORCISM PART II (out March 1st). It’s this tale of Southern gothic that has Fango speaking to Roth about his own investment in continuing Nell Sweetzer’s story, how audiences approach foun footage, that which he’s never seen before in a possession film and what his producing legacy aims to be.

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    EXCL Audio: Fede Alvarez talks “EVIL DEAD”

    Hot on the pencil-poked heels of our cheerfully repugnant EVIL DEAD cover announcement, FANGORIA Editor Chris Alexander tracked co-writer/director Fed Alvarez to his home in Uruguay to talk about his hotly anticipated gore-caked remake.

    Here then, is an exclusive audio chat with Alvarez, in which he talks about life in Raimi-ville, the pressure of the fevered EVIL DEAD fanbase and the sting of the MPAA. Enjoy!

    For much more on EVIL DEAD see the aforementioned FANGORIA #322 (on sale in March) and keep an eye on Fangoria.com as its SXSW world premiere fast approaches.

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    Q&A: Rob Himebaugh on his Bigfoot short, “EAGLEWALK”

    Writer/director Rob Himebaugh’s thesis film EAGLEWALK has been stomping its way across North America in a momentum-gathering festival run, leaving a strong buzz in its wake. The film aims to revive the Sasquatch subgenre, taking an often playfully handled beastie and returning it to its sinister roots. This is what a Bigfoot movie should be. Frightening, taut, and fun.

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