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    One final “PACIFIC RIM” trailer gets into it all

    Just a few months ago, I had resolved to take a less is more approach to what I personally viewed from the upcoming PACIFIC RIM. You’re already so sold, I thought to myself. Marketing doesn’t work that way, however and as Warner Bros. brought a distinctly ‘more is more’ counter argument (especially this last week), I just keep staring into this fascinating, seemingly rousing world Guillermo del Toro and Travis Beacham have created. Is this last, full clip the best yet? I don’t know, but I do know that its first half exploring the story, soldiers of the Pan Pacific Defense Corp and Neural Handshake/Drift aspect of Jaeger piloting is just as captivating as when it gets into the continuously punch-the-air shots we’ve seen.

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    Video: The remedial effects of Kaiju organs are plenty, as explained by Ron Perlman

    As the promotional and supplemental material of PACIFIC RIM is unleashed, the human goings-on outside of the Pan Pacific Defense Corps are revealing themselves to be a lot of fun, and just a little bit weird. Take for instance, Ron Perlman’s Kaiju-organ dealer, Hannibal Chau (once again, these names). Just why is he dealing in Kaiju organs? Their many healing factors, of course, and you will very much like to see the goggled, snazzy dresser run down the many illnesses you can get reprieve from in this new infomercial. 

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    Next “RINGU” sequel “SADAKO 3D 2″ to encourage Japanese audiences to whip out their phones?

    An app meant to enhance the experience of the forthcoming RINGU sequel, SADAKO 3D 2 seems like a nuisance for theatergoers. The film, a direct sequel to 2012′s disappointing return of the screen haunting ghost girl Sadako, will go beyond IMAX, 3D or even IMAX 3D and reach the audiences in “Smartphone 4D”, a frighteningly irritating-sounding experiment.

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    Q&A: Steven C. Miller on what’s “UNDER THE BED”

    Steven C. Miller, the prolific independent filmmaker whose varied career has already explored zombies, killer Santas, Banshees and home invasion has found his inner adolescent for monster movie UNDER THE BED. It’s a film that attempts to marry the junior high-aged adventures of kids-in-danger 80s staples and the more gore-hungry sensibilities of (not much) older horror fans. Fango spoke to Miller about trying to find a sweet spot in between.

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