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Up-and-coming Ukiah-born actor Shiloh Fernandez talks about his role in a steamy remake of a ‘lost’ thriller

Ever-prolific actor Shiloh Fernandez knows the ins and outs of starring in a remake. The 37-year-old Ukiah native’s been there before in his genre-bouncing career, one that caught the fancy of audiences in 2013’s “Evil Dead” remake and also in Catherine Hardwicke’s 2011 “Red Riding Hood,” opposite Amanda Seyfried, Gary Oldman and Julie Christie, not to mention his earlier TV appearances. His latest film is a cinematic renovation of “Private Property,” a 1960 lo-fi bit of indie tawdriness that way back then ruffled the feathers of the pious.