Full bloody contents for GOREZONE #31!Fango Local,Movies/TV,News Fangoria Staff
The latest issue of GOREZONE is now ready to ship to subscribers, and if you want a taste of what it’s serving up—and info on how to get it—we’ve got the complete contents after the jump!
Our GOREZONE #31 cover story is a survey of Japan’s notorious GUINEA PIG movies, spearheading a full package covering all manner of transgressive cinema. We’ve also got the first part of an in-depth look at Jess Franco’s women-in-prison pictures, a set visit to the killer-clown extravaganza CIRCUS OF THE DEAD, a chat with adult-horror specialist Joanna Angel, a retrospective on the groundbreaking terror TV show TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE, an exclusive photo pictorial with HALLOWEEN heroine Danielle Harris, new columns by Tim Lucas and Tom Savini and much more. GOREZONE is available by subscription only (it’s too rough for newsstands!), still for just $45 for one year/six issues, so go here to order; issue #31 and other individual copies can be purchased here.
BLOOD FEST Franco-ly speaking
GUT REACTIONS GOREZONE: Bloody awesome or bloody awful?
RETROSPECTIVE: THE “GUINEA PIG” MOVIES Over the course of seven movies, all sorts of misogynistic madness came out of Japan.
RETROSPECTIVE: “TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE” Years before cable TV got gruesome, George A. Romero and co. delivered syndicated shocks.
TIM LUCAS: TALES FROM THE ATTIC How the power of “The Exorcist” compelled a new era of filmmaking.
ON SET: “CIRCUS OF THE DEAD” A carful of killer clowns lay bloody waste to a Texas town, and GOREZONE is there.
INTERVIEW: TARA CARDINAL She not only played a “Red Reaper” and a “Scarlet Samurai,” she directed the films as well.
TOM SAVINI’S MAKEUP FX LAB Heads up! “Maniac” showcased cranial damage of every gruesome variety.
BLACKEST NOTES A new column devoted to macabre movie music debuts with Susan Justin talking of her spacy “Forbidden World” score.
RETROSPECTIVE: JESS FRANCO, PART ONE The Eurosleaze maestro made so many women-in-prison shockers, just one article can’t contain them.
INTERVIEW: JOANNA ANGEL The woman behind “Re-Penetrator” and “The XXXorcist” keeps on sexing up horror classics.
RETROSPECTIVE: “DEADLY END” A look back at the truly disturbing suburban sickie almost no one wanted to release.
PICTORIAL: DANIELLE HARRIS The little girl from the “Halloween” sequels is all grown up—but The Shape still looms.
SPLATTER HALL OF FAME Marian Dora’s “Voyage to Agatis”