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FANGORIA #314 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the covers and the
full contents to share with you now! Up front is a beautiful portrait of scream
star and Fango family member Debbie Rochon by Claire Oddy and Marc Schoenbach,
and on the back is Mark Crow’s rendering of Vincent Price as Dr. Phibes.
Rochon tells her own story of trials and triumphs as an
enduring genre star in a lengthy first-person piece, with testimonials from
some of her closest cohorts. Phibes, one of Price’s most memorable villains, is
celebrated in an interview with the late director Robert Fuest. In addition, we
visit the sets of the historical horror epic ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER
and the REPO! gang’s new THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL, and chat with more fright
femmes: HALLOWEEN director Danielle Harris, turning director with AMONG
FRIENDS; Danielle Ouimet, star of the cult classic DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS; and
the original Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, Noomi Rapace, now headlining Ridley
Scott’s eagerly awaited PROMETHEUS. Plus much more; head down past the covers
for the full details!
INTERVIEW: ROBERT FUEST, PART ONE He gave Vincent Price one
of his most memorable faces in the “Dr. Phibes” flicks.
ON SET: “THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL” Join us as we take a hell of
a ride at a truly haunted attraction, courtesy of the “Repo!” boys.
INTERVIEW: GUY MADDIN The director’s personal obsessions
become the audience’s fascination in “Keyhole.”
PREVIEW: “APARTMENT 143” First-person filmmaking guarantees
you can’t escape the fear in these haunted rooms.
PREVIEW: “AMONG FRIENDS” Enough with victim parts! Danielle
Harris takes her place behind the camera. Plus: Harris on her full fright
INTERVIEW: DANIELLE OUIMET Amidst her many roles in many
media, we’ll always remember her as one of the “Daughters of Darkness.”
ON SET: “ABRAHAM LINCOLN: VAMPIRE HUNTER” He’s a
presidential assassin of the undead in the film version of the best-selling mashup
PREVIEW: “PROMETHEUS” Original “Dragon Tattoo” star Noomi
Rapace boards Ridley Scott’s flight back to “Alien” territory.
PREVIEW: “SOUTH TEXAS BLUES,” PART FIVE More of our advance
peek at Christopher P. Garetano’s “Chainsaw” comic.
FEATURE: DEBBIE ROCHON Our favorite fright femme relates the
many ups and downs of her career thus far. Plus: words by collaborators Lloyd
Kaufman and Gregory Lamberson, and Debbie’s preview of “Wrath of the Crows.”
FEATURE: “THE VIDEO DEAD” An, ahem, underground movement is
afoot to give ’80s VHS zombies a new life on DVD.
INTERVIEW: DAVID BLYTH The New Zealand shock auteur is
continuing his efforts to “Wound” your psyche.
FEATURE: SCHOOL OF SHOCK, PART ONE If it’s bad and can
happen to a child, it got a showcase in classroom educational films.
PREVIEW: “THE LOVED ONES” Prom night may be the last night
for the unlucky object of a twisted teen’s affections.
MINIFEATURE: CHUCK PALAHNIUK The author revisits old terrors
this summer with “Invisible Monsters Remix.”
WEIRD WORDS: “LET LOVE IN” The winning story in our first
short-fiction contest, by Johnnie Alward.
LIFE IN THE BOX: “HELLBOUND: HELLRAISER II” The first
Cenobite sequel gave Doug Bradley a new director and more to do.
FIRST RITES Rah-rah Rochon!
POSTAL ZONE Our black-and-white cover scores, but “Megan”
makes one reader see red
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “ParaNorman,” “Lollipop
Chainsaw” and “God Bless America”
COMIC CASKET “Mad” magazine’s slasher parody “Arbor Day”
THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “The Theatre
Bizarre,” “Thou Shalt Not Kill… Except,” “The Shrine,” “Dark Shadows: The
Complete Collection” and others
TRASH COMPACTOR “Nightmare in Wax”
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Joe R. Lansdale’s “Edge of Dark
Water,” David Wellington’s “32 Fangs,” etc.
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
DEAD FORMAT Bye bye, “The Mutilator”
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