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    Special Announcement: FANGORIA Brings Holiday Horror Classic “SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT” Back to the Big Screen this December!

    FANGORIA, together with Screenvision and Brainstorm Media, are thrilled to announce the re-release of the controversial, ultra-bloody anti-Holiday slasher favorite SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT, opening wide across the country in theaters everywhere!

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    “CONTRACTED”: Sex = Death, A Q&A with Director Eric England

    In writer/director Eric England’s disturbing CONTRACTED, STD not only stands for Sexual Transmitted Disease but also Something Totally Deadly. In the IFCMidnight release, which makes its East Coast premiere November 17 at the New York City Horror Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street), Samantha (Najarra Townsend) has a drunken one-night stand with a guy she meets at a party and soon begins suffering from a horribly disfiguring illness. Director England, who previously helmed the indie fave MADISONCOUNTY and a segment in Chiller’s CHILLING VISIONS: FIVE SENSES OF FEAR, gave Fango the scoop on his squirm-inducing shocker.

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    R.I.P. Ted Rusoff (1939-2013)

    Born in 1939 in Winnipeg City of Manitoba, Canada, Ted Rusoff wasthe son of screenwriter Lou Rusoff and nephew of AIP producer Samuel Z. Arkoff, who got him his teenaged start working as an onset production assistant for AIP and uncredited film extra where needed in the late 50s to early 60s. Being proficient in French, Italian and German as well as English, he was sent to Europe in the mid- 60s to oversee the voice dubbing for various European film exports, primarily for the English-speaking markets, where AIP held the distribution rights.

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    First Look: “THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGEL OF DEATH”

    Hammer’s return has proved fruitful. The James Watkins-directed, Daniel Radcliffe-starring haunter THE WOMAN IN BLACK was classically atmospheric and eerie in construction, and massively successful in release. While we await their next original offering, THE QUIET ONES this spring, the storied company has begun work on a sequel to THE WOMAN IN BLACK, one that remains in Eel Marsh House, but moves the frights to WWII.

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    Robert Rodriguez begins production on “FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES”

    Are you ready to spend some more time with the Gecko Brothers? Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez sure hopes so, as the vampiric shoot-’em-up property returns as the flagship series for Rodriguez’s El Rey Network, which goes live this December. This week in Austin, TX, Rodriguez begins principal photography on FROM DUSK TILL DAWN: THE SERIES, with the maverick filmmaker himself returning to direct the first two episodes, which will not be canonically connected to the three FROM DUSK TILL DAWN films.

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    Excl: Sean Hogan talks WWI-set horror, “NO MAN’S LAND”

    With the annual American Film Market and its endless stream of potential projects comes a serious step in the development of NO MAN’S LAND. A new film from Sean Hogan, the UK genre filmmaker whose promise begs to be met with more output, NO MAN’S LAND finds itself in the trenches of World War I where an English troop must fend off their mortal enemies, as well as something beyond understanding.

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    “ROOM 237″ Director to helm Horror Doc on Sleep Paralysis

    There’s a certain, singular quality to the work of Rodney Ascher. If you’ve seen his very buzzed and entrancing ROOM 237 (the doc about SHINING theories) or the short, eerie THE S FROM HELL, you know this. The concept then, of Ascher specifically taking on a doc meant to make us as uncomfortable as horror fiction and focusing on sleep paralysis and ensuing demonic visions. Sign us up to get freaked out.

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    “THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE” (Comic Review)

    Few comics have left a cultural mark like SANDMAN. One of the first works to break out of the binds of “children’s entertainment,” this epic series helped re-define the possibilities of comic books. Following in the footsteps of the Alan Moore’s fantastic run on SWAMP THING, THE Sandman was released to an audience hungry for more esoteric and explorative tales of terror. Unlike earlier horror stories of schlocky monsters and ironic twists of fate, this new addition explored the darker side of humanity, delving into the depths of philosophy, magic, and madness, creating a tale that still resonates with readers almost 25 years later. To celebrate its upcoming silver anniversary in January, DC/Vertigo is giving the Sandman the reception of a lifetime, starting with a brand new, six-issue mini-series titled THE SANDMAN: OVERTURE.  

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