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    “JINN” (Movie Review)

    According to the ads, JINN is “The secret half the world has been keeping”—and they’re not the only ones. The movie opened today with no advance screenings, and in such situations one can hope for an unheralded surprise, or at least maybe a new trash classic. Unfortunately, one hilarious highlight aside, neither is the case here.

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    Q&A: Tamar Ouziel on the FX of “AFFLICTED,” With Exclusive Photos

    Clif Prowse and Derek Lee’s AFFLICTED, in theaters and on VOD today from CBS Films, is an especially energetic horror movie with a wide locational canvas (see reviews here and here). Crucial to its impact are the makeup FX contributions of Tamar Ouziel, who recalls her experiences on the international shoot and sent over a bunch of behind-the-scenes photos.

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    Q&A: Jon Gries opens up on “LOCKER 13″, “TAKEN 3″

    For fans of ‘80s horror, Jon Gries is one of the many character actors who holds a special place in our horror-minded hearts. With memorable performances in such films as THE MONSTER SQUAD, FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2 and TERRORVISION, Gries has earned his spot in the horror lexicon, even as far as gracing the cover of Fangoria #76.

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    Fandor Secures Rights to 16 Classic Werner Herzog Films

    The world of German New Wave legend Werner Herzog is dark, beautiful, mysterious and unlike anything else. And though he’s only made one so-called “legitimate” horror film in 1979’s masterful NOSFERATU: PHANTOM DER NACHT, almost all of his remarkable body of work plays within the realms of the psychological and arcane, charting as they do the deterioration of extreme individuals. Especially when said films star the late madman Klaus Kinski…

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    Exclusive: Two Posters for Found Footage Film, “Afflicted”

    Opening tomorrow in theaters and on VOD from CBS Films, Derek Lee and Clif Prowse’s AFFLICTED has built up some serious buzz since getting rave reviews out of Fantastic Fest, Toronto International Film Festival and the Sitges International Film Festival. And on the eve of the found footage shocker’s release, FANGORIA is debuting two brand new posters that put these accolades front-and-center.

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    Q&A: Actor Christopher Denham on the Psychothriller “FORGETTING THE GIRL”

    Camera-wielding protagonists have become a bit of a specialty for actor and filmmaker Christopher Denham; a familiar face from the likes of ARGO, SHUTTER ISLAND and SOUND OF MY VOICE, he co-starred in Barry Levinson’s found-footage environmental shocker THE BAY and made his directorial debut on a HOME MOVIE gone very wrong. FORGETTING THE GIRL, just released on DVD and Blu-ray by RAM Releasing, finds him playing a photographer who has questionable relationships with his subjects.

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    Second Cycle: Scott Snyder on returning to “AMERICAN VAMPIRE” & More

    Of all of comics’ current stars, none have found more success than Scott Snyder. Building a solid readership with his award winning title AMERICAN VAMPIRE, he continues blazing his way to the top with his dark take on some of DC’s most iconic characters such as Batman, Superman, and Swamp Thing. Paired up with some of the most talented artists on the market, he has helped move the medium forward with unparalleled knack for spinning the perfect yarn. With AMERICAN VAMPIRE: SECOND CYCLE recently hitting shelves, he continues on his promise to create unique work for new and old readers alike. Snyder recently sat down with Fango to discuss the methods to his madness and what keeps him creating.

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    EXCL Photos: Christopher Denham’s Tribeca Midnight Premiere, “PRESERVATION”

    One of the best, and sadly lesser known, films of the current found footage boom is Christopher Denham’s HOME MOVIE. With that film, the talented actor seen in SOUND OF MY VOICE certainly earned eager anticipation for his follow-up feature, whatever it may be. It is now arriving in the form of PRESERVATION, a film world premiering in the Midnight Section of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival and one that seeks to subvert a certain kind of age-old horror story. Prior to its premiere, see an exclusive peek at PRESERVATION in new images, below. 

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    Exclusive: 1st “WE ARE STILL HERE” set pics, filmmakers talk Fulci influence

    It’s a brisk, very chilly morning when Fango visits the upstate-New York location of the grisly ghost story WE ARE STILL HERE (from which we brought back exclusive photos you can see below). But things have clearly been heating up in the rural house the filmmakers have commandeered for the occasion, judging by the splattery remnants scattered around the interiors.

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