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Exclusive: Bill Moseley Talks Manson Girls, Dances with Werewolves, Holy Oak and More!

On January 8, 2011, this writer took a trip up La Tuna Canyon just outside Sun Valley, CA, for a visit to Frank Ippolito’s then-shooting short film "Night of the Little Dead" (set visit and photos coming soon) and while there chatted with one of that film’s stars, genre vet Bill Moseley, who talked up a few of his other horror projects, including Susanna Lo’s upcoming feature Manson Girls.

“I’m really looking forward to it,” said the actor, who is familiar to horror fans for his turn as ‘Choptop’ in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 as well as for his portrayal of ‘Otis’ in the Rob Zombie films House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil’s Rejects, of his role in Manson Girls. “It is kind of funny to have these brushes with Charles Manson over the years. I did a stage play many years ago called ‘Timothy
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Criminals Mind Preview - The Team Heads to the Woods

The Criminal Minds team will be heading into the woods on November 17 to investigate the death of a young girl and try to find a killer who is targeting small children. CBS has released a synopsis and several promo photos for the upcoming Criminal Minds episode, which you can view below.

The Bau Combs The Forests Of The Appalachian Trail In Search Of A Man Who Is Targeting Children, On "Criminal Minds," Wednesday, Nov. 17

"Into the Woods" - When an 8-year-old is found murdered on the Appalachian Trail, the Bau team goes deep into its forests in search of a man lurking in the wilderness who is targeting children, on Criminal Minds, Wednesday, Nov. 17 (9:00-10:00 Pm, Et/Pt) on the CBS Television Network.

Series Regulars:

David Rossi................................ Joe Mantegna

Aaron Hotchner....................... Thomas Gibson

Emily Prentiss........................... Paget Brewster

Derek Morgan.......................... Shemar Moore

Dr. Spencer Reid........... Matthew Gray Gubler

Penelope Garcia.
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Short Cuts: Blog #2—Throwaway

Ever since I began working at Fangoria a few years back, I am constantly amazed by how far reaching the horror genre is. I mean, I had always loved horror, but most of my counterparts growing up couldn’t stomach the stuff. Recently, no matter where I go, no matter what kind of film I am working on, at least half of the people there are big time horror fans. This proved true last month when I traveled to Long Island to work on a short entitled Unaimed Arrow.

Best described as a teen angst film with monster makeup, it boasts a crew almost entirely made out of gorehounds. Our beloved mag was even offered up as reading material between shots on numerous occasions. Of course, talk not only frequently turned to the latest fright flicks in theaters, but also the crew’s own dabbling in the genre. It was
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