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This Week in the Vault: 'The Cat o' Nine Tails' with James Roday and Jimmi Simpson

27 March 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

This week on the couch we have James Roday and Jimmi Simpson watching The Cat o' Nine Tails. James is best known as Shawn Spencer on Psych, which recently wrapped up its eight-year run. He just finished his feature directorial debut, a horror-comedy called Gravy. Jimmi is best known as "that guy who you've seen in everything." Some of his recent projects include House of Cards, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Knights of Badassdom.   The Cat o' Nine Tails was only the second film directed by horror auteur Dario Argento. A rather straightforward crime thriller starring Karl Malden as a blind journalist, Cat o' Nine Tails is considered a giallo film, a sort of stylized Italian mystery film that takes its name from the cheap pulp mystery novels of the first half of the 20th century. "Giallo" is Italian for "yellow," and pulp paperbacks originally used cheap, yellow covers. »

- Alyse Wax

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This Week In The Vault: Samm Levine & Amber Benson Brave 'Maniac!'

20 March 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Are you ready for another unlikely pairing for the latest feature on our Fearnet web series here known as 'The Vault?' Of course you are! This week, we've got actors Samm Levine ('Inglourious Basterds') and Amber Benson ('Buffy The Vampire Slayer') providing commentary for William Lustig's "slasher" cult classic 'Maniac,' starring the late, great Joe Spinell

You may be familiar with the recent remake starring Elijah Wood (currently streaming over on Netflix Instant), but check out the film that not only inspired that film, but that kicked off a slew of "slasher"imitators in the early 80's! This is the first official directing credit for Bill Lustig who would go on to give us the 'Maniac Cop' and 'Relentless' franchises and it stars character actor Joe Spinell ('The Godfather,' 'Rocky') in a genre defining role as the sympatheitc and troubled Frank Zito, »

- Rob Galluzzo

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This Week in The Vault: 'Uncle Sam' With Heidi Honeycutt and Jill Kill

13 March 2014 12:30 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

This week in The Vault, we welcome back Heidi Honeycutt and Jill Kill to discuss William Lustig's 1996 film Uncle Sam.

Uncle Sam is the story of a veteran named Sam who, three years after dying in the line of duty, is returned home where he inexplicably reanimates, dresses up like the patriotic icon, and goes on a killing spree. This strange little direct-to-video slasher flick came out around the time that VHS was on its way out and DVD was taking over the home video market. While he is still an active producer, Uncle Sam is the last feature Lustig directed.

Be sure to head over to The Vault and enjoy Uncle Sam.

Previous Vault commentaries:

- Zombie with video commentary by Brian Collins & Sean Keller

Deep Red with video commentary by Greg McDougall & Josh Thompson

- Dead & Buried with video commentary by Dave Parker & Rebekah McKendry

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- Alyse Wax

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This Week In The Vault: 'Opera' With Aj Bowen & Drew Daywalt

6 March 2014 10:30 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

In this week's all new edition of 'The Vault,' we're going back to one of the Italian master of horror's most well regarded pieces of cinematic work. That's right. We're talking about Dario Argento and the movie in question is 'Opera!' For this commentary, we invited filmmaker and occasional Fearnet blogger Drew Daywalt ('Red Clover') along with actor Aj Bowen ('The Sacrament,' 'You're Next,' 'The House Of The Devil') to offer their insight into the wild world of Argento's unique horror! 

After directing a slew of classics such as 'Deep Red,' 'Suspiria,' 'Tenebre' and 'Phenomena,' Argento returned with 'Opera,' one of his most ambitious films yet in which a budding opera singer (Cristina Marsillach) is stalked by a deranged fan hellbent on making her famous. He also makes her watch his heinous murders »

- Rob Galluzzo

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This Week in The Vault: 'Two Evil Eyes' With Ted Raimi and Jeremy Kasten

27 February 2014 10:00 AM, PST | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

In this week's installment of The Vault, we have gathered director Jeremy Kasten (The Wizard of Gore, The Profane Exhibit) and actor/director Ted Raimi (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Morbid Minutes) to discuss Two Evil Eyes.

1990's Two Evil Eyes marks the first collaboration between George Romero and Dario Argento since 1978's Dawn of the DeadTwo Evil Eyes is actually an anthology movie that never quite came together, and instead features two hour-long films based on the stories of Edgar Allan Poe. Romero wrote and directed "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar," which stars Adrienne Barbeau, and Argento wrote and directed "The Black Cat" with Harvey Keitel.

Previous Vault commentaries:

- Zombie with video commentary by Brian Collins & Sean Keller

Deep Red with video commentary by Greg McDougall & Josh Thompson

- Dead & Buried with video commentary by Dave Parker & Rebekah McKendry

- The Crazies with »

- Alyse Wax

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