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    Q&A: Director Jacob Vaughan on Good Puppetry and “BAD MILO”

    In BAD MILO, director Jacob Vaughan implicitly understands that our highest enjoyment of this tale of the titular intestinal demon and the havoc he wreaks would come with strings—or rods—attached. That is to say, BAD MILO works on a level of madcap horror/comedy thanks to all of the arguments we’ve seen in support of old school practical FX. Milo the demon is there, and so are his puppeteers Frank Langley and Bob Mano, bringing him in and out of Ken Marino’s butt to alternately bite dicks and cuddle close. FANGORIA spoke with Vaughan about the process of bringing Bad, and Good, Milo to life.

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    Exclusive Trailer, Pics: “AVALANCHE SHARKS”

    Riding the social media wave generated by last summer’s surprise success SHARKNADO comes AVALANCHE SHARKS (a.k.a. SHARKALANCHE)! Fango just reeled in an exclusive trailer to the upcoming Syfy-style fishy saga, directed by TRANSMORPHERS Scott Wheeler and written by MALIBU SHARK ATTACK’s Keith Shaw. Starring FEAR CLINIC’s Kate Nauta, AVALANCHE SHARKS is reportedly more of a sequel to American World Pictures/Syfy’s SAND SHARKS than a SHARKNADO ripoff. Decide for yourself from the trailer and official synopsis below.

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    Q&A: Stuart Gordon on Kickstarting Poe film, “NEVERMORE”

    Old friends and beloved genre vets Stuart Gordon, Jeffrey Combs and Dennis Paoli have launched a new Kickstarter campaign in support of the film version of their amazing, lauded stage play about Edgar Allan Poe, NEVERMORE. With a goal budget of $375,000, the three are calling out to fans to help them. In an exclusive conversation with Fango, Stuart Gordon (who’s previously teamed with Combs on FROM BEYOND, RE-ANIMATOR and more) gave us some in-depth insight into this new project, the official synopsis and project description of which touches on the complex narrative about alcoholism, poetry, and poverty:

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    Exclusive British Horror Mixtape!

    As we gear up for our presentation of Beyond Fest’s ‘British Invasion’ night of new British horror featuring Ben Wheatley’s A FIELD IN ENGLAND and Elliot Goldner’s THE BORDERLANDS on October 18th in Los Angeles (more details on the festival website HERE), we made this awesome mixtape (if I may say so myself) with selections ranging from THE WICKER MAN to BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO and everything in between, to give you a bit of British flavour in anticipation. Please listen and share!

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    “GODZILLA” Concept Teaser is reminded of Hindu Scripture

    The immortal classic GOJIRA saw the King of the Monsters born out of the devastation of atomic attack on Japan. As we greatly anticipate the upcoming iteration from Gareth Edwards and seeming rebirth of the most iconic of movie monsters, the initial, fantastic concept teaser shown at SDCC in 2012 is reminiscent of those roots, recalling theoretical physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer’s words about witnessing the first detonation of a nuclear device in 1945.

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    GOREZONE #28 Now Available in the Fango store!

    FANGORIA’s blood-spattered sister mag, GOREZONE has returned! As issue #28 reaches completion and begins its trek to subscribers, the previously only available via subscription magazine has hit our online store for individual sales! But act fast, as only 500 remain up for grabs…

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    Shriekfest ’13: Director Schultz on Exorcism Horror Comedy “DEVIL IN MY RIDE”

    As any seasoned fan of horror may know by now, pulling off a horror comedy that’s actually funny or scary is a difficult endeavor. To focus on the comedy, there must be a sense of brevity that off-sets any building tension and to deliver scares, the audience must still take the material seriously. Often times, filmmakers can turn to unique characters, interactive set pieces and twists on familiar scenarios to get laughs and still keep the creepy elements, but there’s a need for more filmmaking finesse to create something memorable, and that often only comes from a healthy combination of passion and wit.

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