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Full contents, final cover for FANGORIA Legends: John Carpenter mag, shipping soon!

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We’ve finally put the finishing touches on our FANGORIA Legends Presents: John Carpenter magazine, and we’re sure you’ll find it worth the wait! We’ve got the full contents of the mag, which ships soon in June, and the final cover to share with you.

Within this publication’s all-color pages, you’ll find new essays on every one of the master of horror’s feature films, plus a lengthy, exclusive chat with the man himself, interviews with his invaluable collaborators like cinematographer Dean Cundey, composer Alan Howarth and actress P.J. Soles, tribute comments from other collaborators and assorted horror heavyweights, a look at Carpenter’s TV work and even a peek inside his office! Go here to order this limited-edition (only 1,000 copies printed) collector’s item.

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JOHN CARPENTER: THE INTERVIEW Film by film, the master of horror traces his history as a cinematic maverick.

“DARK STAR”

“ASSAULT ON PRECINCT 13”

“HALLOWEEN”

P.J. SOLES The young actress was totally right to play Michael Myers’ stalking target Lynda in “Halloween.”

“THE FOG”

“ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK”

“THE THING”

“CHRISTINE”

KEITH GORDON Behind the wheel of Carpenter and Stephen King’s killer car, he got more than driving lessons.

“STARMAN”

ALAN HOWARTH His electronic musical contributions gave visceral chills to Carpenter’s audiences.

“BIG TROUBLE IN LITTLE CHINA”

“PRINCE OF DARKNESS”

“THEY LIVE”

DEAN CUNDEY Aiming his camera at horrors human and otherwise, his cinematography was key to the director’s impact.

“MEMOIRS OF AN INVISIBLE MAN”

“IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS”

“VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED”

“ESCAPE FROM L.A.”

“VAMPIRES”

“GHOSTS OF MARS”

“THE WARD”

MICHAEL AND SHAWN RASMUSSEN Their screenplay for “The Ward” got Carpenter back in the feature director’s chair after nearly a decade.

CARPENTER’S TV TITLES Even the small screen couldn’t confine his talents.

OFFICE SPACE OF HORRORS A rare look inside the working space from which Carpenter has spawned screen nightmares.

TRIBUTES Words of praise from collaborators and other fearsome folks.

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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, the position he holds to this day while continuing to contribute numerous articles and reviews.
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    This is one of the greatest Fangorias of all time

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