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FANGORIA #320 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the the full contents
and the cover—and it’s a real scream.
Welcoming you to this issue is a terrified child from MAMA,
the new Guillermo del Toro production from up-and-coming director Andres
Muschietti that we’re really excited about; we’ve got both a set-visit story
and an exclusive interview with star Jessica Chastain. We’ve got words with
lots of other ladies of fear too: Italian-horror legends Barbara Steele and
Catriona MacColl, FRIDAY THE 13TH heroine Adrienne King and eccentric veteran
Karen Black. Then there’s a preview of the eagerly awaited video game ALIENS:
COLONIAL MARINES; a Makeup FX Lab on the transformation of Anthony Hopkins in
HITCHCOCK; a chat with outrageous Japanese director Noboru Iguchi; interviews
with the creators and stars of the trippy indie chiller RESOLUTION and the
zombie rom-com WARM BODIES; and lots more. Head down past the cover for the
INTERVIEW: BARBARA STEELE All hail the still-reigning queen
of Italian horror!
INTERVIEW: CATRIONA MacCOLL Lucio Fulci’s favorite actress
now takes part in a new twist on vampirism.
INTERVIEW: ADRIENNE KING She has left her unlucky days
following “Friday the 13th” behind her to relaunch her fright career.
INTERVIEW: NOBORU IGUCHI Be careful if you consume “Dead
Sushi”—you might wind up with a case of “Zombie Ass.”
PREVIEW: “ALIENS: COLONIAL MARINES” Blowing away xenomorphs
at home has never been this much fun.
MAKEUP FX LAB: “HITCHCOCK” Howard Berger shows you how a
legendary actor became a legendary director. Plus: James D’Arcy on playing
ON SET: “MAMA” Guillermo del Toro presents a domestic terror
tale that’s full of maternal spirit.
INTERVIEW: JESSICA CHASTAIN Having flirted with the genre
before, she now dives headfirst into the realm of “Mama.”
PREVIEW: “SOUTH TEXAS BLUES,” PART EIGHT More of our advance
peek at Christopher P. Garetano’s “Chainsaw” comic.
INTERVIEW: KAREN BLACK Her takes on acting, the horror genre
and other subjects are as unique as her performances.
RETROSPECTIVE: “THE LEGEND OF LIZZIE BORDEN” Back when
true-crime TV was artful, the notorious case got a full-blooded dramatization.
PREVIEW: “RESOLUTION” Prepare for a very different
cabin-in-the-woods saga that’ll truly mess with your head.
FEATURE: “MAN-THING,” PART ONE Gone (for the moment) but not
forgotten, he was a memorable Marvel monster.
PREVIEW: “SPARTACUS: WAR OF THE DAMNED” When in Rome, he
continues to kill like the Romans do.
PREVIEW: “WARM BODIES” The director and star wanted their
zombie opus to be more than “Twilight” of the dead.
LIFE IN THE BOX: “HELLRAISER: DEADER” and “HELLRAISER:
HELLWORLD” As the budgets got lower, Doug Bradley’s collaborators made his
Pinhead gigs worthwhile.
INTERVIEW: GRAHAM HUMPHREYS In a country that has often
clamped down on horror, his poster illustrations are irrepressible.
INTERVIEW: WILLIAM McNAMARA His career began as the fat lady
sang, playing a victim in Dario Argento’s “Opera.”
MINIFEATURE: WARNER ARCHIVE Still more fear features are
rising from the video graveyard to live again on DVD.
FIRST RITES Horror’s higher power
POSTAL ZONE Missives on “Missing” and “Molting”
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “Evil Dead,” “The ABC’s of
Death” and more
THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “When Horror Came to
Shochiku,” “V/H/S,” “The Island,” “Death Valley,” “The Day” and others
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Jack Ketchum and Lucky McKee’s
“I’m Not Sam,” “Black Magick: The Art of Chet Zar,” etc.
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
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