First look: FANGORIA #331’s Bill Moseley cover and contents!Fango Local,News Fangoria Staff
FANGORIA #331 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the full contents and the cover, with the retro filmstrip look back and a Fango-fave horror star front and center.
Bill Moseley grabbed fright fans’ attention with his crazed turn in THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2 over 25 years ago, and he’s never let go since. In an extensive, exclusive sit-down, he looks back over his long fear career; we’ve also got newly uncovered, never-before-seen photos of Moseley and co. from the CHAINSAW 2 set, and a chat with the actor alongside Kane Hodder as part of our exclusive location coverage of their first co-starring gig, OLD 37. We’ve also got interviews with the creators of the new gorefests NURSE 3D and ALMOST HUMAN; words with SAW and INSIDIOUS scripter Leigh Whannell on those hits and his upcoming COOTIES; a profile of confrontational singer/performer Diamanda Galas; Bruce Davison and Sondra Locke recalling their starring turns in the killer-rat classic WILLARD; Billy Zane on his memorable villain turn in TALES FROM THE CRYPT: DEMON KNIGHT; and much more. Head down past the cover for the full details, and click here to subscribe to FANGORIA!
MINIFEATURE: THE ITALIAN HORROR FEST Fango joins the party as the country’s top terror talents converge.
PROFILE: DIAMANDA GALAS As she explores musical dark sides, you can’t define her and you can’t confine her.
FEATURE: “NURSE 3D” Under Doug Aarniokoski’s direction, she’ll take your life as easily as your temperature.
PREVIEW: “ALMOST HUMAN” Two kinds of terror invade Rhode Island thanks to a team of ambitious newcomers.
NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND: “I HEART U” Billy Garberina and Raine Brown create a couple in desperate need of therapy.
LIFE IN THE BOX: “HELLRAISER: REVELATIONS” No one was happy when the most recent sequel brought in a replacement Pinhead.
INTERVIEW: PERRY KING Beating Linda Blair to the punch, he enacted “The Possession of Joel Delaney.”
INTERVIEW: BRUCE DAVISON AND SONDRA LOCKE They were the two-legged stars opposite a cast of rats in the classic “Willard.”
INTERVIEW: BILLY ZANE His charming devil seduced and destroyed his way through “Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight.”
INTERVIEW: LEIGH WHANNELL The screenwriter changed his tone from “Saw” to “Insidious,” and now he’s doing it again.
INTERVIEW: BILL MOSELEY He’s been bad so many times, no wonder he’s so good at it: a career retrospective.
PHOTO FEATURE: “THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2” Behind the scenes, and never-before-seen, with Moseley on Tobe Hooper’s sequel.
ON SET: “OLD 37” Moseley and Kane Hodder co-star for the first time, and Fango is there to witness it.
INTERVIEW: RICHARD FRIEDMAN The director’s fear career has taken him across the U.S. and into many subgenres.
FEATURE: THE “PAN BOOKS OF HORROR STORIES” If you grew up in Britain in the ’60s-’80s, these anthologies were likely your first tastes of terror.
MINIFEATURE: “WOLF CREEK” BOOKS Go Outback to the beginning and learn the “Origin” of Mick Taylor.
INTERVIEW: DEAN M. DRINKEL As author or editor, he’s been behind many shocking works of short fiction.
WEIRD WORDS: “MARIONETTES” Meet a girl who develops some deadly hangups in our latest story-contest entry.
FIRST RITES Rising to the Chop-Top
POSTAL ZONE Tributes to a friend and a film past
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “Haunt,” “Sun Choke,” “Quite a Conundrum” and “Theatre Fantastique”
THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “Darkman,” “Big Ass Spider!”, “Banshee Chapter,” “Antisocial,” “Rewind This!” and others
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of “Next Testament Vol. 1” by Clive Barker et al. and Matthew Chojnacki’s “Alternative Movie Posters”
TRASH COMPACTOR “One Dark Night”
DUMP BIN DIARIES “Miramax Triple Feature”