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FANGORIA® Issue #328

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FANGORIA® Issue #328 00080
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FANGORIA #328 (another extra-page Halloween special) 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 a cover spotlighting a horror legend.

Roger Corman has done more for genre cinema than anyone in film history, and we celebrate his legacy with a lengthy, exclusive retrospective interview, plus a chat with his producer wife Julie and a special photo poster (shot, like the cover, by brilliant photographic artist Ama Lea). We’ve also got a chat with DEMONS director Lamberto Bava about his years in the horror business; screenwriter Mark Protosevich opening up about the OLDBOY remake; a visit to the set of J.T. Petty’s 3D HELLBENDERS; exclusive ZOMBIE set photos from star Ian McCulloch; Jeannot Szwarc recalling the troubled production of JAWS 2; a look at the new season of AMERICAN HORROR STORY; a feature on the upcoming FANGORIA Presents cannibal opus OMNIVORES; director Nicolas Gessner on the Jodie Foster-starrer THE LITTLE GIRL WHO LIVES DOWN THE LANE; and much more. Head down past the cover for the full details!

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INTERVIEW: JEANNOT SZWARC It was sink or swim when he took over the helm of the troubled “Jaws 2.” Plus: shark survivor Donna Wilkes.

PHOTO FEATURE: “ZOMBIE” Actor Ian McCulloch flashes back to a memorable day on the Lucio Fulci favorite.

FEATURE: “OMNIVORES” People-eating goes upscale in a FANGORIA Presents release from Spain’s Óscar Rojo.

INTERVIEW: LAMBERTO BAVA The “Demons” director’s career represents several chapters of a great Italian filmmaking-family story.

PREVIEW: “OLDBOY” Updating the Korean confinement classic, screenwriter Mark Protosevich never felt boxed in.

INTERVIEW: NICOLAS GESSNER He helped Jodie Foster keep scary secrets as he guided “The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane.”

INTERVIEW: ROGER CORMAN As producer, he made ’em cheap; as director, he made ’em classics. Plus: an exclusive Corman photo poster!

INTERVIEW: JULIE CORMAN She has a long filmography of her own, and shares memories of its highlights.

RETROSPECTIVE: “THE BRAIN” A first-hand account of the film that brought together David Gale and a sinister cerebrum.

PREVIEW: “AMERICAN HORROR STORY” Relocating to New Orleans, the hit show introduces a whole troupe of black magic women.

INTERVIEW: SAMANTHA MATHIS As Alice Calvert, she’s unable to escape Stephen King’s “Under the Dome.”

INTERVIEW: EDUARDO RODRIGUEZ His mission with “Fright Night 2”: put a new spin on vampiric horror/comedy.

ON SET: “HELLBENDERS” These renegade priests may be battling Satan, but they’re no saints.

PREVIEW: “TOAD ROAD” The award-winning rural creepfest mines fresh fear amidst bad behavior.

INTERVIEW: ISABEL PEPPARD Her stop-motion worlds are rife with psychological disturbance.

MINIFEATURE: CHUCK PALAHNIUK The author continues his “Damned” odyssey in “Doomed.”

MINIFEATURE: CHARLES ADLARD “The Walking Dead” continue to stalk the page via his illustrations.

INTERVIEW: RUSS COCHRAN EC Comics will never die if the publisher of their “Archives” has any say in it.

GRAVY

FIRST RITES Corman University lives!

POSTAL ZONE Franco and “Frankenstein” favored

MONSTER INVASION Previews of NBC’s “Dracula,” “Discopath” and “Chastity Bites”

THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of the new “Halloween” Blu-ray, “Corruption,” “Prince of Darkness,” “The Haunting of Helena” and others

NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Chris Nashawaty’s “Crab Monsters, Teenage Cavemen, and Candy Stripe Nurses” and Nate Kenyon’s “Day One”

SOUND SHOCK The “bloodgrass” of Angry Johnny and the Killbillies

COMIC CASKET TSR’s “comics module” “R.I.P.”

DUMP BIN DIARIES Pop Flix’s “Deadly Fiends Collection”

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