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    Q&A: Sonja Kinski talks “DIAMOND ON VINYL”

    When you sport the surname Kinski, preconceptions of your character will follow. Just ask Sonja. The talented, beautiful young actress and model is the daughter of TESS and CAT PEOPLE star Nastassja Kinski and the granddaughter of the late, towering, talented and by all accounts rather mad Teutonic acting legend Klaus Kinski (NOSFERATU PHANTOM DER NACHT, FITZCARALDO, THE GREAT SILENCE and CRAWLSPACE, recently re-released on Blu-ray by SCREAM Factory). It goes to follow that when people learn of the younger Kinski’s lineage, fascination and maybe even intimidation will get the better of them. This writer, an ardent admirer and obsessive of the elder Kinski’s work especially, admits to such nerves when  he found himself depressing a series of buttons that made up her phone number for a scheduled interview last week.

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    Q&A: Skinny Puppy Video Director Jason Alacrity talks “illisiT” clip

    Influential horror-stained Industrial/electronic outfit Skinny Puppy pioneered the blending perverse performance art with abstract sonics smashed into dance-floor friendly structure. Throughout the 1980s right until present day, lyricist/frontman Nivek Ogre and aural architect cEvin Key have ensured that the visual component of SP mirrors the music, with a series of stage shows and video clips that are violent, sensual, surreal and often shocking.

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    “HERE COMES THE DEVIL’s” Bogliano scripting supernatural horror, “WHITE COFFIN”

    As Argentine and South American horror at large is on the rise in a major way, Buenos Aires just played host to Ventana Sur. At the Latin American Film Market, it was revealed HERE COMES THE DEVIL and COLD SWEAT director Adrian Garcia Bogliano and brother Ramiro have scripted WHITE COFFIN, which is expected to shoot in early 2015.

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    FANGORIA Flashback: “THEY LIVE”

    Would you bite the hand that feeds you? What if that hand belonged to an extraterrestrial force that controls your mind via consumerism? That’s the question on the mind of genre maestro John Carpenter in his satirical alien-infiltration thriller THEY LIVE, which is being screened for one week only for its 25th anniversary at New York City’s IFC Center (323 Avenue of the Americas at West 3rd Street) starting Friday, December 6. In commemoration of that anniversary, FANGORIA takes a look back at Carpenter’s hybrid of clever science fiction, intense horror and kick-ass action.

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