First look: Full contents for FANGORIA #338, our Norman Reedus cover

FANGORIA #338 will be coming to stores and arriving in mailboxes later this month, and we’ve got the first peek at the full contents of an issue fronted by a DEAD man WALKING.

Our cover for November is a special painted portrait by Nick Percival of Norman Reedus, in zombie-killing character as Daryl Dixon from the hit series THE WALKING DEAD. Our in-depth interview with the actor on the many facets of his artistic life is accompanied by a chat with DEAD composer Bear McCreary, and we’ve also got a lengthy talk with Jennifer Kent, director of this year’s standout horror film THE BABADOOK; an exclusive visit to the set of the werewolfilm LATE PHASES; Anne Rice on her latest Vampire Chronicles novel PRINCE LESTAT; words with all the V/H/S: VIRAL filmmakers; a look at the movie and comic THE GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT; part one of a lengthy retrospective on the cult fave MESSIAH OF EVIL; Fango faves Michael Ironside and Margot Kidder on their genre work; and much more. Head down past the cover for the full details, and click here to subscribe to FANGORIA!



RETROSPECTIVE: “MESSIAH OF EVIL,” PART ONE A different kind of flesheater film took shape on the California coast 40 years ago.

INTERVIEW: ROBERT VOSKANIAN He raised a “Child” that continues to haunt fans decades after its release.

INTERVIEW: NORMAN REEDUS The “Walking Dead” star has been never been one to walk the expected or traditional path.

INTERVIEW: BEAR McCREARY The composer makes music for “Walking Dead’s” zombies and, more importantly, its humans.

PREVIEW: “THE BABADOOK” Jennifer Kent’s movie—and creature—with the odd name offer a devastating viewing experience.

PREVIEW: “V/H/S: VIRAL” There’s no containing the franchise that has corralled a third clutch of talented filmmakers.

INTERVIEW: MICHAEL IRONSIDE Known for his villains, he’s now on our side, confronting an “Extraterrestrial” invasion.

INTERVIEW: MARGOT KIDDER In a sorority house or the “Amityville” house, she was more easily frightened on screen than off.

ON SET: “LATE PHASES” Adrián García Bogliano and co. take a fresh approach to both werewolves and their potential victims.

INTERVIEW: GEORGE SLUIZER Before his death, he opened up about mortality and the preservation of his thriller “Dark Blood.”

PREVIEW: “A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT” More than the Iranian locale sets Ana Lily Amirpour’s vampire film apart. Plus: “The Girl” on the comics page.

PREVIEW: “THE HOUSE AT THE END OF TIME” It’s where generations cross paths with frightening results in Alejandro Hidalgo’s chiller.

INTERVIEW: ANNE RICE Returning to the Vampire Chronicles with “Prince Lestat,” she continues to find beauty in horror.

INTERVIEW: ANNA WALTON Seeking a “Soulmate” in the romantic ghost story, she also shows off villainous chops in “Cherry Tree.”

NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND: “HI-8” The SOV format returns from the dead in an anthology uniting an octet of exploitationeers.


FIRST RITES Putting up a frightening front

POSTAL ZONE Letters of the positive and negative type

MONSTER INVASION Previews of “Starry Eyes” and “The Exorcism of Molly Hartley”

THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “Housebound,” “Life After Beth,” “Dolls,” “Ghost Bride” and others

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Michael Gingold

Michael Gingold has been a member of the FANGORIA team for the past three decades. After starting as a writer for the magazine in 1988, he came aboard as associate editor in 1990 and two years later moved up to managing editor. He now serves as editor-in-chief of the magazine while continuing to contribute numerous articles and reviews, as well as a contributing editor/writer for this website.

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