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    Jennifer Blanc-Biehn talks “THE NIGHT VISITOR”; exclusive pics, first poster

    Jennifer Blanc-Biehn has been making a name for herself in horror as an actress and producer, alongside her husband Michael Biehn. Now she has taken the reins of her first feature as director, THE NIGHT VISITOR (not to be confused with the 1971 film of the same name), which wrapped in LA last Tuesday. She spoke to us about the project (which we last reported on here), and provided some new exclusive photos to go with a just-released poster.

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    Stream a live Rob Zombie Q&A, moderated by Fango’s Sam Zimmerman today!

    Later today (Monday, April 15), AMC Theatres and GOOGLE+ are hosting a live Hangout with horror and metal renaissance man Rob Zombie in anticipation of this week’s occult heavy and wonderfully strange THE LORDS OF SALEM. Plus, I’ll be on hand to moderate questions from both the live audience and those streaming online.

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    Video: Patricia Quinn loves Fango!

    This weekend in London, Ontario FANGORIA was present at the scrappy convention SHOCK STOCK, meeting fans and celebrity guests. One of the many horror and cult film alumni in attendance was ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW star Patricia Quinn (featured in FANGORIA #321), the lovely lady who was Magenta, a vivacious force of nature who is also one of the stars of Rob Zombie’s new shocker THE LORDS OF SALEM.

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    “SCARY MOVIE V” (Movie Review)

    First there were SCARY MOVIE and SCARY MOVIE 2, in which a few good laughs got mired in endless crudity and bodily-function gags. Then there were SCARY MOVIE 3 and SCARY MOVIE 4, in which things improved under the stewardship of AIRPLANE/NAKED GUN vet David Zucker. Now comes the latest installment, which feels very much like parts of SCARY MOVIE 5 and SCARY MOVIE 6 were slapped together into one movie.

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    Q+A: Director Andy Stewart talks chunk-blower “DYSMORPHIA”, screening this weekend!

    Glasgow-based horror crit Andy Stewart’s debut short film DYSMORPHIA has been hitting gag reflexes all over the festival circuit since it premiered at Manchester’s Grimmfest last fall. Often paired with the Soska Sisters’ AMERICAN MARY, which shares its gruesome penchant for DIY surgery, DYSMORPHIA is something of a showstopper itself. A Man. A Room. A Decision; a modest setup, but one, I assure you,  you will not soon forget.

    Andy Stewart talks to FANGO about his transition from critic to director, the pleasures of body horror, and gives us a tease at what his follow-up plans are.

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