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    Eli Roth: Little Trouble in Big China

    Since the launch of his viral marketing campaign for THE LAST EXORCISM, which favored post-viewing tweets from horror fans over professional critical consensus, Eli Roth’s philosophy as a producer has championed the democratization of film spectatorship. That attention to a multiplicity of voices has informed the bulk of his moviemaking process as well, including his stint co-writing and producing RZA’s directorial debut THE MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS (out on theatrical-cut and unrated DVDs and Blu-ray/DVD combo from Universal Studios Home Entertainment today). Fango spoke with Roth about the ins and outs of that process during his work in China for RZA’s dream project, and the themes and cultural influences that pervade his filmography.

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    Fango editor explores “THE TWILIGHT ZONE LEGACY” in new book

    FANGORIA’s Chris Alexander  delves into one of the all time greats.

    An exhaustive tome, THE TWILIGHT ZONE LEGACY aims to take readers episode-by-episode, as accompanied by both traditional guide and interviews and essays with celebrities of every kind, from every corner of the pop culture spectrum, citing their personal favorite episodes and the effect they had upon them personally and professionally.

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    Rotterdam Q&A: Richard Raaphorst on “FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY”

    “I hope you will be just as scared as I am
    right now, standing in front of you all!” Dutch director Richard Raaphorst sure
    knew how to introduce the world premiere of his film at the International Film
    Festival in Rotterdam. While FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY might not be as nerve-racking
    as the première of your first horror flick, it sure is a hell-of-a-lot of fun.

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    “HALLEY” (Rotterdam Movie Review)

    The International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) is known throughout the world for its all-encompassing program: all genres, from all seven continents. Well, to be honest we haven’t heard anything from Antarctica for a while now, but they’ll be back, rest assured. As always the focus in this year’s 42nd edition rests on human interest, but as far as genre films are concerned, there’s enough to keep us interested. HALLEY, for example, is a very bleak Mexican horrordrama that will make you think twice about dreaming of life eternal.

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