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FANGORIA #304 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till May, but we’ve got the full contents as well as the cover to share
with you now! The latter features a special painted image of legendary FX
artist Tom Savini, who’s repped in the issue with an exclusive new interview, a
set visit to his segment of the horror anthology THE THEATRE BIZARRE and more.
The issue also contains interviews with Savini associates John Russo and John
Amplas, cult filmmakers Frank Henenlotter (on his new H.G. Lewis documentary)
and Alejandro Jodorowsky, STEPFATHER heroine Jill Schoelen and the directors of
the new Spanish horrors KIDNAPPED and EXORCISMUS, plus a whole lot more. See
the cover and complete contents after the jump!
INTERVIEW: ALEJANDRO JODOROWSKY The midnight-movie master is
still winning new fans and planning new outrages.
PREVIEW: “KIDNAPPED” You’ll be afraid in your own home once
you’ve survived this Spanish import.
PREVIEW: “EXORCISMUS” The devil is in the details of the
latest entry in the possession stakes.
INTERVIEW: JILL SCHOELEN She faced numerous terrors in the
’80s and ’90s, but none scarier than her “Stepfather.”
INTERVIEW: KATHRYN LEIGH SCOTT On “Dark Shadows,” Barnabas
Collins was head over fangs for her.
RETROSPECTIVE: “WITCHFINDER GENERAL” Michael Reeves’ film
took British horror to confrontational new heights. Plus: Reeves’ previous
INTERVIEW: FRANK HENENLOTTER The modern indie-gore
provocateur takes on the very first: Herschell Gordon Lewis. Plus: Our new
“Basket Case” comic debuts!
RETROSPECTIVE: THE DARK SIDE OF STEVEN SPIELBERG It has been
expressed a lot more than you might think at first.
INTERVIEW: TOM SAVINI Over three decades past “Dawn,” his
talent still shines. Plus: his gruesome greatest hits and a Monroeville Mall
INTERVIEW: JOHN AMPLAS Vampire or victim? Or both? In George
A. Romero’s “Martin,” this actor kept you wondering. Plus: “Day of the Dead”
star Lori Cardille.
INTERVIEW: JOHN A. RUSSO He helped bring the “Living Dead”
out of their graves in ’68—and never stopped.
ON SET: “WET DREAMS” With Savini at the helm of this
“Theatre Bizarre” segment, guess what the primary bodily fluid is.
REPORT: THE SAVINI SCHOOL Here’s an educational program
where you really get to cut up in class.
INTERVIEW: JOE McKINNEY The Texas-based author has told
numerous tales of a “Dead City.”
PREVIEW: “AMY” And a little child shall lead you through
countless terrors in this new video game.
INTERVIEW: THOMAS DEKKER His genre career is “Kaboom”-ing,
and his love for horror won’t be “Laid to Rest.”
INTERVIEW: NIVEK OGRE In Skinny Puppy and ohGr, he keeps on
making monstrous music.
FIRST RITES “Dawn” of an editor’s obsession
POSTAL ZONE Shout-outs to “High Tension” and “Highwaymen”
MONSTER INVASION Previews of Kane Hodder’s “Kill!,” “The
Living Corpse” and “Redd Inc.”
FURIOUS FEMMES Our new column devoted to the women of horror
debuts with Rachel Talalay.
THE PIT AND THE PEN OF BERT I. GORDON “The Coming” and
THE TERROR TUBE The “Flypaper” episode of Roald Dahl’s
“Tales of the Unexpected”
DR. CYCLOPS’ DUNGEON OF DISCS Reviews of “Red White &
Blue,” Criterion’s “Diabolique,” “Cropsey,” “Mongolian Death Worm” and more
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Daniel Kraus’ “Rotters,” Jason
Starr’s “The Pack,” William F. Nolan’s “Kincaid: A Paranormal Casebook” and
“JASON DARK: FOOD FOR THE DEAD,” Part Three
COMIC CASKET The cracked horrors of “Monsters Attack!”
SOUND SHOCK MARS of Dead House Music
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
MONSTER OF THE MONTH The bad kids of “Bloody Birthday”
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