LOGO
  • Q&A: Marcus Nispel talks “EXETER”, Remakes and Charles Manson

    ,

    To horror hounds, the name ‘Marcus Nispel’ is mostly associated with his Platinum Dunes-produced remakes of THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE (2003) and FRIDAY THE 13TH (2009). But in 2015, the talk has shifted to new, original territory with the bloody possession flick EXETER. The film, which follows a group of teenagers who decide to party in an old asylum only to find themselves systematically targeted by demons, has been shaking up fright fans on VOD (via DirectTV), and recently, Nispel sat down with FANGORIA to discuss his latest exorcism excursion…

    Read more »
  • FANTASTICA Presents: When Animal Films Attack!

    ,,

    In the past, animals have always played an important role in the lexicon of horror. Now, we see animals as some sort of radioactive experiment gone wrong or a total far out way to destroy a city (I am looking at you SHARKNADO). In these contemporary projects, people forget that animals in their natural habitats are often terrifying, and that many people have fears of spiders, sharks and any animal that has sharp teeth and a thirst for blood.  Modern directors’ forays into animal horror are often so over the top that it is not scary; instead, it becomes laughable. But it didn’t always used to be that way, as more realistic animal horrors from fright film history would make people think, “Can this happen to me?”

    Read more »
  • Q&A, Teaser Premiere: Director Jason Baker & Misfits’ Jerry Only on Savini/Bradley-led Horror Short

    ,,

    In Monessen, Pennsylvania many people were recently seen crawling through the streets in zombie make-up. But who is behind this zombie apocalypse? Legendary, punk rock band, the Misfits. They may be punks at heart, but they are total professionals when giving fans what they want: a live horror show. The band wanted to give something more for their live shows and so they decided to make their own horror clips with the help of Director Jason Baker and award winning, special make-up effects artist, Tom Savini and his students from the Tom Savini Special Make-Up Effects Program as well as the Factory Digital Filmmaking Program at Douglas Education Center. 

    Read more »
Back to Top