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    Gemma Arterton: Life’s a “WITCH” for “HANSEL & GRETEL”

    British actress Gemma Arterton’s career has seen her literally running the gamut, from big-ticket actioners like the 007 film QUANTUM OF SOLACE, CLASH OF THE TITANS and PRINCE OF PERSIA to the intense, confined thrills of THE DISAPPEARANCE OF ALICE CREED. Now she’s kicking butt again as one-half of the heavily armed sibling team in HANSEL & GRETEL: WITCH HUNTERS (opening Friday from Paramount). Arterton spoke to Fango about her most adventurous role yet, as well as her upcoming vampire drama BYZANTIUM and a reunion with her DISAPPEARANCE director.

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    “WE ARE WHAT WE ARE” (Sundance Movie Review)

    Popular opinion on genre remakes tends to be that they’re soulless product, meant to capitalize on a mildly recognizable title and often hampered by studio notes. Audiences, rightfully so, often ask that if they remain a constant, filmmakers could at least be granted the space to be creative and make it their own. In an age that sees more rehashes than ever, Jim Mickle’s American interpretation of Jorge Michel Grau’s Mexican horror film, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE could be a standard going forward.

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    London! See “XTRO” and celebrate Barbie Wilde’s “THE VENUS COMPLEX”

    by: Chris Alexander on: 2013-01-23 15:44:51

    British fright fans have the unique chance to see the legendary 1982 sci-fi horror exploitation classic XTRO on the big screen as part of an evening of creepy culture supporting the release of actress/author Barbie Wilde’s psychosexual new novel THE VENUS COMPLEX.

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    EXCL: Eduardo Sanchez and Gregg Hale talk Bigfoot film, “EXISTS”

    by: Samuel Zimmerman on: 2013-01-22 22:40:12

    Midst celebrating the warm, warm reception of S-VHS’
    Sundance world premiere (Fango’s review), and especially their segment in particular, Eduardo
    Sanchez and longtime producer/now co-director Gregg Hale (THE BLAIR WITCH
    PROJECT) are still actively finishing up their next foray into found footage,
    EXISTS. “We are mixing the sound right now. Then, we’ll be doing color
    correction. Basically, by the end of January, first week of February, we’ll be
    done and then we have a whole sales strategy,” Sanchez tells Fango.

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    First FANGORIA set report: “FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY”

    by: Alex Nemecek on: 2013-01-22 16:57:50

    In anticipation of its world premiere this Saturday, January
    26 at the 2013 International Film Festival Rotterdam, Fango here begins its
    coverage of Richard Raaphorst’s hotly anticipated fantasy/horror spectacle
    FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY. The WWII-set feature by first-time director Raaphorst was
    lensed in the Czech Republic during March 2012, and Fango was there to see it
    all first-hand.

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