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    EXCL: Barbara Crampton Joins Todd Freeman’s Body Horror, “LOVE SICK”

    Few genre icons get to see resurgence as graceful as Barbara Crampton’s. The RE-ANIMATOR star seems to truly consider the contemporary projects she boards, making interesting choices and bringing fantastic presence to each one. And so, it’s no surprise she’s joined the cast one of the more intriguing horror films in development, Todd Freeman’s LOVE SICK. Already boasting Francisco Barreiro (HERE COMES THE DEVIL, WE ARE WHAT WE ARE) and AMERICAN MARY breakout Tristan Risk, the films aims to be a tough, body horror rumination on painful, long term relationships.

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    Kaiju Web Series, “ENORMOUS” Premieres; Director Q&A

    In ENORMOUS, a giant monster graces the small(er) screen with no plan to lose scope in the process. Backed by Machinima, the web series adaptation of Tim Daniel and Mehdi Cheggour’s comic book opens on a familiar post-apocalyptic landscape, though one not ravaged by natural disaster or nuclear threat. Instead, it’s the almost always awesome giant creature, the concept of which is in something of a renaissance at the moment, most notably in last year’s PACIFIC RIM and the approaching return of GODZILLA. But with little history or guideline for what exactly web series can or should be, crafting something as inherently tremendous and cinematic as a monster story leaves everything open to possibility. As the ENORMOUS pilot premieres online, Fango spoke with director BenDavid Grabinski about everything a web series, and giant monsters, can offer.

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    “THE SUMMER JOB” / “THE FIRST ONE YOU EXPECT” (Book Review)

    True horror disciples have secret codes and sacred texts that we trade back and forth, with great passion and faith. We may not have read all the books, or seen all the films – TOO MANY, TOO MANY for mortal mind to contain! – but we explore, we excavate, we follow the trail to the next golden jolt. Digging up treasures, to share with our tribe.

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    Q&A: Director John Schneider talks Bill Moseley and “SMOTHERED”

    In celebration of our current Bill Moseley-centric issue, FANGORIA reached out to John Schneider, who recently worked with the actor in a role you may not expect him to play: a horror acting icon! Schneider, of DUKES OF HAZZARD and SMALLVILLE fame, recently wrote and directed SMOTHERED, in which Moseley plays an alternate version of himself who joins a private haunt for an easy payday, only to come face-to-face with a hellbent, beautiful real-life psychopath.

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