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    FANGO Flashback: “THE WICKER MAN” (1973)

    “The [WICKER MAN] negative has disappeared and has never been found,” Christopher Lee told me over tea in November 1992. “I wanted to recut the picture, to put in a lot of things that we shot and take out some of the scenes that were in the film. That negative, those outtakes, have never been seen again. Never. I happen to believe they were hidden. [WICKER MAN producer] Peter Snell says he was shown a hole in a road with a lot of cans of film in it, and they said amongst those cans of films was THE WICKER MAN negative…If I could lay my hands on that film now, and we could recut it, it would be a masterpiece.”

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    See Marina de Van’s “DARK TOUCH” for free!

    Marina de Van’s DARK TOUCH is a grim, provocative tale of the effects of corrupted youth manifesting in violent, psychic ways. Its Irish setting is appropriately Gothic and the places de Van is willing to go, entirely warped. I loved DARK TOUCH earlier this year at New York City’s Tribeca Film Festival and as its VOD release approaches (from IFC Midnight) am entirely excited to offer one lucky FANGORIA reader the chance to see the film free on SundanceNow.

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    “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Video: The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans and her appendage

    On this season of AMERICAN HORROR STORY, subtitled COVEN thanks to a central focus on warring witches, Angela Bassett essays the real-life figure Marie Laveau. A Voodoo practitioner in 1800s New Orleans, Laveau was said to possess the power of divination, as well as own a pet snake named Zombi. This latest promo for the upcoming series posits she was part snake. Whether that’s just the trailers being reliably weird remains to be seen. 

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    “FRIGHT NIGHT 2” director reveals his next film

    With Fox Home Entertainment’s FRIGHT NIGHT 2: NEW BLOOD (pictured above) headed for DVD and Blu-ray release next Tuesday, October 1 (and having a free Fango screening in Austin, TX the night before; go here for details), we spoke with its director, Eduardo Rodriguez, who let us know about the supernatural shocker he plans to do as his follow-up.

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