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FANGORIA #315 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the cover and the full
contents to share with you now! It’s a jam-packed issue celebrating horror past
and present, on the big screen and small.
Up front is an image from TWIN PEAKS, the David Lynch series
that changed TV for the darker forever. We’ve got interviews with actress
Sheryl Lee, whose ill-fated Laura Palmer drove the show’s mysteries, and genre
vet Ray Wise, who played her possessed/murderous dad. The issue also contains
chats with the creators of the paranormal thrillers RED LIGHTS and THE
AWAKENING, the horror/black comedy SOME GUY WHO KILLS PEOPLE and the
torturously controversial THE BUNNY GAME; a preview of the new invasion of MARS
ATTACKS; looks back at JAWS with screenwriter Carl Gottlieb, THE EXORCIST with
star Ellen Burstyn and VISITING HOURS with director Jean-Claude Lord; a
sit-down with Fango fave Bill Moseley on his new films; and much more. Head
down past the cover for the full details!
FEATURE: “MARS ATTACKS,” PART ONE They’re back in many media
this summer to turn Earth into a red planet.
PREVIEW: “RED LIGHTS” “Buried” director Rodrigo Cortés
marshals a top-flight cast to explore issues of psychic investigation.
PREVIEW: “THE AWAKENING” First-time feature filmmaker Nick
Murphy casts Rebecca Hall as an anti-ghostbuster.
INTERVIEW: ROBERT FUEST, PART TWO Once he finished his “Dr.
Phibes” double threat, there was “Devil’s Rain” in his forecast.
INTERVIEW: CRISPIN GLOVER, PART ONE If his choice of acting
roles wasn’t eccentric enough, his own movies are even more so.
INTERVIEW: CARL GOTTLIEB, PART ONE When they were gonna need
a better script for “Jaws,” Steven Spielberg and co. called on this writer.
Plus: the big fish on Blu-ray.
PREVIEW: “THE BUNNY GAME” Adam Rehmeier’s unflinchingly
torturous shocker starring Rodleen Getsic has a lot of ears burning.
PREVIEW: “SOUTH TEXAS BLUES,” PART SIX More of our advance
peek at Christopher P. Garetano’s “Chainsaw” comic.
INTERVIEW: SHERYL LEE On “Twin Peaks,” she was perhaps the
first TV-series central character to be deceased when it began.
INTERVIEW: RAY WISE He answered the question “Who killed
Laura Palmer?” in the most memorable way possible.
PREVIEW: “SOME GUY WHO KILLS PEOPLE” He discovers new
reasons to live even as he finds good reasons to murder.
INTERVIEW: JEAN-CLAUDE LORD The Canadian director turned
“Visiting Hours” into the worst part of a hospital stay.
INTERVIEW: BILL MOSELEY His many roles spread the fear from
the Great White North to the Deep South.
INTERVIEW: ELLEN BURSTYN She called on “The Exorcist” to
save her daughter and helped make screen history.
“THE DALI AFFAIR” Actress Jenny Wright remembers her strange
times with the legendary artist.
FEATURE: SCHOOL OF SHOCK, PART TWO Car and schoolbus safety
films were enough to drive schoolkids crazy with fear.
LIFE IN THE BOX: “HELLRAISER III: HELL ON EARTH” Never mind
Eddie Murphy; 20 years ago, Pinhead was coming to America.
FIRST RITES “Peaks” of popularity
POSTAL ZONE Vampire actors call our coverage bloody good
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “The Pact” and “Family Demons,”
plus blkVampires and the 2012 Chainsaw Awards winners!
TRASH COMPACTOR James Cameron’s “Piranha II”
THE TERROR TUBE The game-changing “Lonely Souls” episode of
THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “Murder Obsession”
on Blu-ray, “The Woman in Black,” the latest Jean Rollin titles and others
FURIOUS FEMMES Behind many a good magazine editor is a talented
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Kim Newman’s “Anno Dracula: The
Bloody Red Baron,” Connie Corcoran Wilson’s “The Color of Evil,” etc.
CRYPT LIT William Seabrook’s “The Magic Island”
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
DEAD FORMAT The end of the DVD era, or a new beginning?
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