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FANGORIA #308 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till late this month, but we’ve got the first peek at the cover and the
full contents to share with you now! The front image celebrates Dario Argento’s
take on a horror classic with DRACULA 3D; our extensive set visit is just part
of a focus on Italian horror that also includes a chat with SUSPIRIA actress
Barbara Magnolfi and new flicks like the zombie epic EATERS. Plus, we’ve got
interviews with all four CHILLERAMA directors, the folks behind AMERICAN
HORROR STORY and rising star Elizabeth Olsen (MARTHA MARCY MAY MARLENE, SILENT HOUSE), a major look back at HEAVY METAL, part two of our HOWLING
retrospective and much more, so check it all out after the jump!
RETROSPECTIVE: “HEAVY METAL” Monsters, musclemen and bizarre
beings sprang from the magazine’s pages to animated big-screen life.
FEATURE: DR. SHROUD The on-line hit sends a reformed vampire
on a quest to battle evil and rescue innocence.
PREVIEW: “CHILLERAMA” Welcome to an anthology feature so
twisted, it took four directors to pack in all the perversity.
INTERVIEW: ELIZABETH OLSEN The rising star escapes a cult in
“Martha Marcy May Marlene” and gets trapped in a “Silent House.”
FEATURE: “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Learn how one of TV’s
freakiest shows ever brings you fresh frights each week.
PREVIEW: “A LONELY PLACE TO DIE” Melissa George climbs a
mountain and faces the depths of human evil in this thrilling sleeper.
PREVIEW: “WRONG TURN 4” It’s more like turn back the clock,
to the formative years of the disfigured deviants.
INTERVIEW: PETER SASDY, PART ONE When this director joined
the Hammer team, he brought new ideas to old villains.
RETROSPECTIVE: “THE HOWLING,” PART TWO More chats with the
folks who gave Joe Dante’s classic its teeth.
INTERVIEW: BARBARA MAGNOLFI Her acting career in Italian
genre cinema was highlighted by a “Suspiria” bad girl.
ON SET: “DRACULA 3D” Count on Dario Argento to give the
Prince of Darkness more than just an added dimension.
MINIFEATURE: “MORITURIS” Gladiator? Just be glad if he
doesn’t kill her.
PREVIEW: “EATERS” We’ve seen plenty of giallo homages; now
Italian zombies get another day in the sun.
PREVIEW: “CHRISTOPHER ROTH” The murders in this Eurohorror
opus have a literal literary inspiration.
INTERVIEW: EIHI SHIINA The deadliest blind date ever in
“Audition” threatens all humankind in “Helldriver.”
MINIFEATURE: PENNY DREADFUL The horror hostess takes a break
from “Shilling Shockers” to spawn a comic.
INTERVIEW: CATHERINE MARY STEWART She took a bite of “The
Apple” and fought ghouls in “Night of the Comet.”
MINIFEATURE: CHUCK PALAHNIUK “Damned” if the “Fight Club”
author hasn’t written another knockout novel.
MINIFEATURE: “ASYLUM” Fresh off “The Ward,” John Carpenter
gets up to some four-color deviltry.
PREVIEW: IMAGE COMICS Favorite slashers and zombies are just
part of the lethal lineup this fall/winter.
MINIFEATURE: SKINNY PUPPY Give ’em a “HanDover” for their
FIRST RITES An Italian horror primer
POSTAL ZONE Wanted: more monsters and Moons
MONSTER INVASION The “Serbian Film” editing controversy,
horror shorts “Caprice” and “The Last Post” and more!
THE TERROR TUBE “The Phantom of Hollywood” haunts the
THE TRASH COMPACTOR Argento’s “Phantom of the Opera”
FURIOUS FEMMES What scares the women of horror this
DR. CYCLOPS’ DUNGEON OF DISCS Reviews of “The House by the
Cemetery,” “Amer,” “Satan Hates You,” “Vampires, Mummies & Monsters” and
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Christopher Buehlman’s “Those
Across the River,” Kane Hodder and Michael Aloisi’s “Unmasked,” Ian Nathan’s
“Alien Vault,” etc.
SOUND SHOCK Paul Williams on “Phantom of the Paradise”
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
DEAD FORMAT “Witchcraft”: the unlucky 13
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