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    Q&A: “THE CONSPIRACY” Writer/Director Christopher MacBride

    One of the nice surprises on the summer indie-genre scene has been THE CONSPIRACY, a pseudodocumentary thriller from Canadian writer/director Christopher MacBride that hit VOD and select theaters this past month from XLrator Media. Intrigued by its mix of (apparent) fact and fiction, Fango hit up MacBride to get the truth behind THE CONSPIRACY.

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    “RIDDICK”: First Fango set report promises hard-R action

    Vin Diesel is back, playing the glowing-eyed killing machine that made him a superstar, in RIDDICK, the third in the series that kicked off with PITCH BLACK and continued with THE CHRONICLES OF RIDDICK. When FANGORIA visited the RIDDICK set in Montreal last year, Diesel revealed his awe at this third film even being made.

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    Horror shorts (inc. Buttgereit’s latest), Tele-Terror and more in Philadelphia!

    The City of Brotherly Love is showing a lot of affection to horror this fall thanks to PhilaMOCA, the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art (531 N. 12th Street). This venue is hosting a bunch of frightful film events, among them the U.S. premiere of the latest by Jörg Buttgereit and a slew of made-for-TV chillers!

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    Two New “INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2″ TV Spots

    FilmDistrict has been forceful in their unleashing of clips, spots and trailers for the upcoming sequel to James Wan and Leigh Whannell’s  fantastic 2011 creeper. It makes sense, of course, considering Wan just had a monster hit with the also fantastic THE CONJURING. It also seems appropriate considering INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 2 looks to be something of a forceful, assaulting film. The latest brief previews show off an expected style-heavy film with a funhouse, forward motion tone. 

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    Trailer: Jim Mickle’s eerie reimagining of “WE ARE WHAT WE ARE”

    STAKE LAND director Jim Mickle and co-writer/actor Nick Damici have recrafted Jorge Michel Grau’s excellent Mexican cannibal film WE ARE WHAT WE ARE . Once a story about masculinity and extreme poverty, Mickle and Damici have transported the tale to the U.S. and made a worthy companion, finding their own themes and aesthetic throughout. Both that picturesque American Gothic and the strong undercurrent of American tradition are on display in the film’s first trailer.

    In WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, the rural Parker family loses their matriarch in an illness and weather-spurred tragedy. It’s the weekend of an annual religious ritual however, and the now-in-charge Iris (Ambyr Childers) and her younger sister Rose (Julia Garner, ELECTRICK CHILDREN) must grapple with whether to break tradition, a forceful hurricane and a neighbor who’s begun to uncover their secret.

    I loved WE ARE WHAT WE ARE out of Sundance and still think it’s one of the best horror films this year. EOne releases this grim, beautiful picture on September 27. IGN premiered the trailer. For more, see Fango’s review and the film’s official Facebook.

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