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    EXCL Trailer Premiere: “COPiii: THE 1ST ENTRY”

    Earlier this year in the pages of FANGORIA, we pointed an arrow towards a top drawer short film called VELVET ROAD, a moody and unsettling look at the hell of the living dead and the horrors of ancient undying racism. Intelligent and well crafted, VELVET ROAD was as good as short horror cinema gets and now its creator, writer/director L. Gustavo Cooper, has pushed his boundaries into feature territory with the indie horror film COPiii: THE 1st ENTRY, an equally chilling expansion of his themes set against a dark domestic backdrop.

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    FANGORIA Presents acquires “CORPSING”

    FANGORIA Presents has acquired writer/director Jeff Monahan’s mad-science movie CORPSING for U.S. distribution, with video-on-demand play slated to begin on August 6. Shot in Pittsburgh, birthplace of George A. Romero’s zombie films, CORPSING is about a woman (Joanna Lowe) who creates a man from the bodies of the dead and falls in love with him.

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    Exclusive pics, comments: Danielle Harris and Kane Hodder in “HOLLISTON”

    As HATCHET III heads for release this Friday, stars Danielle Harris and Kane Hodder reunite with Adam Green for the “Halloween Girl” episode of HOLLISTON, Green and Joe Lynch’s FEARNet comedy series in which the two filmmakers play variations on themselves. Read on for words with both stars and a few exclusive photos from the show.

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    Filmmakers talk scary shorts “BAGGAGE” and “THE DAYS GOD SLEPT”

    Filmmaker Jeremiah Kipp, who has served as an assistant/director and/or producer on the likes of I SELL THE DEAD, SATAN HATES YOU and the upcoming TALES OF POE, has also helmed a number of notable short films, and he and his collaborators (including a FRIDAY THE 13TH veteran) gave Fango the word on two of his new minimovie ventures, BAGGAGE and THE DAYS GOD SLEPT.

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    Q&A: “THE PURGE” producer Jason Blum

    It’s midday Friday, and already THE PURGE is shaping up to be another sleeper hit for producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions, having grossed $3.4 million just in late-night Thursday shows. It follows INSIDIOUS, SINISTER and the PARANORMAL ACTIVITY movies on Blum’s slate, and he took some time to discuss the dystopian thriller with us, along with some of his upcoming titles.

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