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    Fantasia ’13: Experience “THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL” in Montreal this weekend

    For just three days, Title 66 Productions of Montreal is staging Clive Barker’s three-hour stage play THE HISTORY OF THE DEVIL as part of the Fantasia festival. No Barker fan in the area should miss this once, as his plays are rarely performed—and certainly not with this level of style, as the accompanying images let on.

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    Fantasia ’13 exclusive: “THE MACHINE” director talks “HARRY’S BLONDE”

    Among the filmmakers both screening features at Montreal’s current Fantasia film festival and pitching new projects at its Frontières market was the UK’s Caradog James, who hosted the Canadian premiere of his sci-fi thriller THE MACHINE (pictured above) while seeking backing for his horror feature HARRY’S BLONDE, and discussed the latter with Fango.

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  • “HELL BABY” (Movie Review)

    What if a dilapidated investment property purchased in a quote-unquote “neighborhood on the upswing” turned out to be not only financially cursed, but also, you know, like, actually cursed?

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    More Merle in Deleted “WALKING DEAD” Season Three scene

    Michael Rooker is a fantastic, strange presence and was certainly a huge asset to the endlessly grim world of THE WALKING DEAD. Of course, Merle is now gone, and until Rooker pops back up in James Gunn’s GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY, here’s last looks for the elder, less agreeable of the Dixon boys. It’s a nice little scene in which Carol gives Merle the business, being protective over both Daryl and a relative state of civility.

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    Fantasia ’13 exclusive: Richard Stanley talks his Lovecraft film “COLOUR OUT OF SPACE”

    While attending the current Fantasia festival in Montreal to host the world premiere of his striking documentary L’AUTRE MONDE, filmmaker Richard Stanley also took part in the Frontières market, pitching his H.P. Lovecraft adaptation THE COLOUR OUT OF SPACE. Fango got the chance to sit down with the man to get his thoughts and details on the project.

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    New Images: Eli Roth’s “THE GREEN INFERNO”

    In just a month, Eli Roth unleashes his first feature as director in six years. Coupled with it being a seeming reinvention of the one of the last still-dangerous subgenres, Italian Cannibal films, THE GREEN INFERNO comes with a great deal of anticipation. As the Toronto International Film Festival approaches, we finally have some new looks to accompany that unsettling lone image.

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