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    Fango Flashback: “NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE” (1979)

    Dreadful, ambitious and philosophical, Werner Herzog’s NOSFERATU THE VAMPYRE begins today at New York’s Film Forum (203 W. Houston Street; (212) 727-8110) for an exclusive two-week run in its alternate, unseen German-language form. Sporting a new 35-mm print of Herzog’s slow-burning and eerie reimagining of F.W. Murnau’s classic film from the Bleeding Lights Film Group, Film Forum will be running the film until Thursday, November 7th, and in fact, on Monday, November 4th, the 9:15 screening will be preceded by a special screening of Murnau’s film, accompanied by a live piano score by Steve Sterner.

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    Q&A: Actor Daniel Roebuck on the Life of a Collector, His Auction and Dr. Shocker’s House of Horror

    Consummate character actor and acclaimed documentarian Daniel Roebuck has compiled an insanely diverse resume during his more than twenty-five years working in television and film, a tally that includes roles in such genre fare as RIVER’S EDGE, THE DEVIL’S REJECTS, the HALLOWEEN “re-imaginings,” FINAL DESTINATION, and JOHN DIES AT THE END—not to mention a memorable turn as the exploding Dr. Leslie Artz on LOST. He also happens to own one of the most impressive and eclectic collections of horror memorabilia on the planet.

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    Los Angeles! Producer’s Cut of “HALLOWEEN 6: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS” Screening this Weekend

    Though he discontinued the actual act of watching a Horror Movie A Day, Badass Digest writer and Fango contributor Brian Collins does keep the spirit alive with monthly screenings at Los Angeles’ great New Beverly Cinema. While the Saturday midnights are often good picks and accompanied by special guests, this month’s truly presents a great, rare opportunity. A 35mm print of HALLOWEEN: THE CURSE OF MICHAEL MYERS, The Producer’s Cut.

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    Claire Coffee: More “GRIMM” Than Ever

    NBC’s hit supernatural series GRIMM returns for its third season tonight, chronicling the adventures of Nick Burkhardt (David Giuntoli), a Portland, Oregon police detective who discovers that he is a Grimm, one of a special order who can detect and, when need be, combat a wide variety of human-seeming creatures known collectively as Wesen. When season two ended, Nick had been turned into a 28 DAYS LATER-style zombie and was being shipped to the Wesen Royals in Vienna. Also in Vienna is Adalind Schade, played by Claire Coffee.

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    “THE FROZEN GROUND” (DVD/Blu-ray Review)

    THE FROZEN GROUND has a few things we at FANGORIA really dig. One is gruesome staged murders, and another is a ratcheting aura of dread. And the third is Nicolas Cage. We put him on our cover back on issue #310 for myriad reasons—the main one being that Cage is a horror-film freak, and always brings a kind of supernatural delirium to even his most pedestrian roles. Love him or loathe him, there’s no one else like him. We fall firmly in the former category, of course…

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    Limited Odd City Poster to Accompany Special “TRICK ‘R TREAT” Screening at Beyond Fest

    Beyond Fest’s incredible lineup of cinematic terror is almost done taking  over L.A. (and ending my East Coast jealousy), but not before wrapping up with a blowout screening of the now beloved Halloween anthology TRICK ‘R TREAT. A rare big screen bow for the film which was unceremoniously released straight-to-DVD and deserved so much more, the Monday, October 28th closing night will also see a panel featuring writer/director Michael Dougherty and stars Dylan Baker and Brian Cox, as well as a limited edition poster from Odd City Entertainment and James Fosdike. Luckily, that neato piece will sell online in a limited capacity the following day, too. 

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