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    Fantasia ’13 exclusive: Comments and poster for “REWIND THIS!” director’s “CANUXPLOITATION”

    One of the most exciting portions of this year’s Fantasia festival in Montreal has been the Frontières International Co-Production Market, where genre filmmakers from all over the world pitched their new projects to producers, financiers and sales agents. Fango got a bunch of exclusive interviews with those directors and producers and will be sharing them with you daily over the next week or so; we lead off with the Canadian-exploitation documentary CANUXPLOITATION.

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    “COLLAPSED” creator talks new projects; exclusive poster and art

    One of the most impressive indie genre films to come out of Canada in recent years was Justin McConnell’s THE COLLAPSED (pictured above), and while the filmmaker was visiting Montreal’s Fantasia festival this week, Fango got the scoop on his next couple of projects; he also gave us the exclusive first look at poster and promo art for them.

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    Trailer: Vincenzo Natali’s “HAUNTER”; A ghost story told from the other side

    A great deal of haunted house pictures see a family move into a perfect new home, only to find they’ve got a restless roommate. Spooky things abound and ultimately it’s realized the entity needs some sort of help. The new film from acclaimed (and deservedly so) CUBE and SPLICE director Vincenzo Natali, appropriately titled HAUNTER, aims to tell that familiar tale from the other side.

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    Q&A: Actress Lake Bell Talks Surviving “BLACK ROCK”

    Lake Bell is a familiar face from televised drama (BOSTON LEGAL, the sci-fi series SURFACE) and comedy (HOW TO MAKE IT IN AMERICA, CHILDRENS HOSPITAL), and lighthearted big-screen fare like IT’S COMPLICATED and NO STRINGS ATTACHED. For her first venture into serious screen thrills, she joined director/actress Katie Aselton and Kate Bosworth in the survival saga BLACK ROCK, out today on DVD, Blu-ray and digital download from Lionsgate.

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  • FANGORIA is Hiring New Team Members!

    FANGORIA ENTERAINMENT is currently seeking applicants for the following position: Advertising Sales Coordinator. Applicants should be charismatic and comfortable working with a variety of people. The individual will be responsible for seeking out new advertising clients and coordinating advertising campaigns in FANGORIA magazine, on the website, at conventions and other events or projects. This is part-time work, with flexible hours. This is a commission-based job with the opportunity to grow. New York City or Los Angeles applicants are preferred, but all are welcome to apply.

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    Q&A: Michael Moreci talks “HOAX HUNTERS”

    With HOAX HUNTERS lining the shelves of comic shops across the country, Michael Moreci is slowly growing from talented writer to a bankable creator. Definitely the man to watch, he can be found working anywhere from major publishing houses to independents companies such as Monkeybrain, an entirely digital company with very affordable books. With the HOAX HUNTERS: CASE FILES Annual now available, Moreci sat down with Fango to talk what exactly drove him to explore the limits of the bizarre and the terrifying.

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    “WILLOW CREEK” (Fantasia Movie Review)

    Considering that the Patterson-Gimlin film clip of a wandering Bigfoot is perhaps the most famous bit of amateur monster footage in history, it’s surprising that a modern vérité horror film hasn’t directly spun off from it until now. And just as surprising is that the man who has done so is Bobcat Goldthwait.

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    Excl Comments, First Poster: Justin Beahm’s “BLOOD FLOWER”

    Having previously helmed HALLOWEEN-centric doc, YOU CAN’T KILL THE BOGEYMAN, Fango contributor and Scream Factory special features mainstay Justin Beahm is getting underway on his narrative directorial debut BLOOD FLOWER. An apparently grisly tale of bloodshed as a means of achieving artistry, the filmmaker gave us a bit of insight on what to expect.

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