Ten years after its original release, THE MANSON FAMILY is returning
to spread Charlie’s evil through theaters anew, and on Blu-ray for the first
time. Read on for the release details and new poster.
It was another crowded horror field in 2012, with contenders
representing every color of the genre spectrum. After much debate, we’ve
narrowed down a list of nominees for the best films and filmmakers, and now
it’s time for you to name your favorites.
FANGORIA #322 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the the full contents
and the cover—which has something EVIL lurking on it.
A pair of Japanese genre features—one creepy, one crazy—are
coming to scare U.S. viewers on DVD and Blu-ray—one with an extra dimension.
We’ve got exclusive details and peeks at the cover art.
An extended dip into Park Chan-wook's stunning English-language debut.
The formerly-titled SHELTER will see release through The Weinstein Company's new VOD-theatrical system, Radius.
Actor Robert Knepper has a long résumé; though he may be
best-remembered from TV’s PRISON BREAK, he has also done solid work in horror,
science fiction and fantasy. However, Knepper has never had a gig like the new
series CULT before. Then again, few if any other actors have, either.
Last month, in FANGORIA #320, we brought you an interview
with Catriona MacColl, the cult star of many an Italian horror classic who’s
now making a comeback. This feature was just part of a much longer chat
conducted by our European correspondent Roberto E. D’Onofrio, which you can
hear in its entirety after the jump.
There are only a few days left to catch the tale of the Blood Countess.
The latest killer clown on the block is the titular star of
STITCHES, and he’s set to yuck it up on disc in April. We got the exclusive
word on the bonus content to go with the cover art and release details.
Universal’s MAMA has become one of the first hits of 2013,
scoring the biggest box office for a supernatural film in a couple of years—so
naturally, the sequel talk is starting.
For a long time, there have been rumors
floating around that Tom Savini is an a**hole. When I was first in talks with
Tom to do a book, I’d mention that more than a few times I had heard fans say
things like, “I heard he is a jerk,” or “I was told he is an a**hole.” “I don’t
want to meet him, he’s a d*ck.” The funny thing is, pretty much all the people
who said such things had never met him. It was all what they “heard” from other
fans or read on boards. The rumor was rampant. I hadn’t talked to him much at
this point, but from all of our communication, he seemed completely nice and
civil. Then again, I was “working” with him; maybe he was just being nice? If I
was a fan approaching him, would things be different?
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