Weird Poster, Eerie Stills: Ben Wheatley’s Fantastic “A FIELD IN ENGLAND”


Ben Wheatley’s latest, the thrilling, overwhelming and very, very strange A FIELD IN ENGLAND is almost upon us. In building anticipation for this singular picture, Drafthouse Films has teamed with frequent collaborator Jay Shaw on a secnd, brand new, even more intense poster, one that both gets to the heart of the film’s surreal elements and […]


Teaser, Poster: Gyllenhaal Doppelganger Thriller, “ENEMY”


One of two (how appropriate) acclaimed doppelganger films hitting this year—the other being Richard Ayoade’s awesome, weird THE DOUBLE—ENEMY sees Jake Gyllenhaal re-team with PRISONERS director Dennis Villenueve for something decidedly more strange than their 2013 thriller. In ENEMY, “university lecturer Adam (Gyllenhaal) is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Melanie […]


DVD/Blu-ray news/art: Blumhouse’s “NOT SAFE FOR WORK,” “KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM,” “HYSTERIA” and more


Our on-line DVD/Blu-ray Chopping List release schedule is getting a long-overdue update today (click here this afternoon), but first we’ve got several specific, noteworthy titles to let you know about, with cover art to go with the info. • After being quietly dropped from Universal’s theatrical schedule last year, the psychothriller NOT SAFE FOR WORK […]


Blumhouse Producing “HOME” from “LAST HOUSE” director


While unquestionably a hit maker, producer Jason Blum and his Blumhouse Productions must also be lauded for their eye in working with very neat genre filmmakers. Hopefully this is the year we’ll finally see their collaboration with THE STRANGERS director Bryan Bertino, and now Blumhouse is backing HOME, a new film from Dennis Iliadis, the […]


The actors’ nightmare: Exclusive photos and comments on “SHE RISES”


Director Larry Wade Carrell of JACOB, actors/producers Michael Biehn and Jennifer Blanc and the rest of the team behind movies like THE VICTIM and the upcoming HIDDEN IN THE WOODS recently wrapped their latest horror feature, SHE RISES. Carrell gave Fango the in-depth lowdown on the project and passed on some exclusive pics. Directed by […]


Barnabas’ Column #8: Ansel Faraj’s “THE RISING LIGHT”, The Mabuse Crew Returns


“Goodbye my son. Where you are going, I cannot follow. And perhaps one day, our paths will cross again against this vast expanse of time and space…..” – Kathryn Leigh Scott as Aya in THE RISING LIGHT Ansel Faraj is one of the most prolific independent filmmakers this writer has seen. Sandwiched in between the […]


FANGORIA Sponsors Hamilton’s Fright Night presentation of “RETURN TO NUKE ‘EM HIGH”


Just outside of Toronto, Canada is the city of Hamilton, birthplace and deathplace of DARK SHADOWS icon Jonathan Frid and home to a hotbed of horror. Since 2009 the hub of Hamilton’s macabre culture and shock cinema scene has been Fright Night Theatre, in which all manner of miscreant gather to screen new and indie […]


“FAULTS”, Dick Miller and “TEXAS CHAIN SAW” Lead Genre in First SXSW Lineup Announcement


Sundance has wrapped, the next major U.S. Film Festival is gearing up and true to trend, it seems all of the genre and all of the weird can’t be confined to a singular midnight section. In anticipation of the Midnighters announcement to come, take a look at the first wave of horror within SXSW 2014, […]


Q&A: Bill Plympton Talks “CHEATIN’ ” and “ABCs OF DEATH 2”


For over 30 years, there’s been no voice in independent animation as transgressive or prolific as Bill Plympton. From the early days of MTV to the Academy Awards and beyond, Plympton has delivered a great diversity of subversive work, using elements of surrealism and dark comedy to create cartoons unlike any other. Fango spoke to […]