The room is quiet as actor Bradley James peers over at a sullen R.A. Mihailoff. “I’m trying to do right by you, Kris, but you’re giving me nothing,” says the exhausted officer. Mihailoff is off-screen, but nonetheless in character, replies, “I know, and I’m so very sorry.” Not a second later, the lovely Azure Parsons makes her way into the room, slams the door behind her and throws a file down onto the table. This writer is starting to wonder how many more takes that door can last before falling off its hinges. But there are more important matters at hand-like a psychopath covered in blood not answering some very important questions. We’ll answer some of these questions (and share some exclusive pics) below the jump, as Fango continues its set visit to MY NAME IS KRIS KRINGLE, which we last told you about here. The horrific holiday opus, written and directed by CAMERA OBSCURA’s Drew Daywalt, will debut on this site later this week.