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  • Q&A: Screenwriter Frank Woodward on “WRONG TURN 6”

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    At this point, gorehounds need no introduction to the WRONG TURN franchise, the resident direct-to-video splatter sessions for 20th Century Fox. Filling in the demand for grue by the gallon as well as silly slasher set-pieces, WRONG TURN has built a cult audience that’s followed them for 6 movies, the latest being WRONG TURN 6: LAST RESORT. Putting these backwoods killers in a new location with new tools at their disposal, WRONG TURN 6 looks to hopefully breathe new life into the series, largely thanks to screenwriter Frank Woodward’s enthusiasm for both the series and the genre. Woodward recently spoke to FANGORIA, revealing his approach to the sixth WRONG TURN film and his hopes that LAST RESORT won’t be just that…

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  • Actor talks “SLEEPAWAY CAMP” cast-reunion flick “BLOOD RESERVOIR”

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    Three decades after playing young Peter Baker in SLEEPAWAY CAMP, actor Maximo Sorrentino (a.k.a. Frank Sorrentino) is back on screen with that film’s stars Felissa Rose and Jonathan Tiersten in the horror film BLOOD RESERVOIR. We got a few words from the actor (the older brother of JERSEY SHORE’s Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino) about the project.

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  • 30 for 31: “DEAD OF NIGHT” (1977)

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    Like many great discoveries throughout history, I stumbled upon DEAD OF NIGHT completely by accident. I was actually trying to hunt down a copy of Simon Hunter’s DEAD OF NIGHT from 1999, and knowing how rare and expensive that film could be, I headed to my favorite video store in hopes of renting it instead of having to plunk down over $50 for a copy. I asked the owner (who is pretty much a living version of Internet Movie Database), if they had DEAD OF NIGHT (1999), and to my surprise, they had hundreds of movie called “Dead of Night”!

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  • Q&A: Director Seth Grossman on “INNER DEMONS”

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    What qualifies a director as right for his/her specific job as a filmmaker? Is it technical skill, as in being able to create an exciting or provocative visual rhythm from any given camera? Is it endurance, as in being able to keep cool and confident under the pressures of the hustle-and-bustle on-set experience? Or is it a cinematic voice, as in being a master storyteller with an innate and unique understanding of your characters?

    In a way, for INNER DEMONS director Seth Grossman, it’s a mixture of all three but with one very specific advantage: his experience in both reality television and the world of horror. Grossman previously scared fright fans with THE BUTTERFLY EFFECT: REVELATIONS, a competent thriller in its own right that added a very interesting procedural spin on the franchise. But it’s Grossman’s work on the reality show INTERVENTION which makes him the right man to direct INNER DEMONS, a found footage horror that presents elements of possession horror through the eyes of a recovery reality show. Talking to FANGORIA, Grossman opened up on INNER DEMONS and what it’s like to create horror from a hot-button issue…

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