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Horror is wel echt mijn ding. Daarom ook heb ik een abonnement op het Amerikaanse maandblad Fangoria. Meer nog: ik verzamel oude nummers van dit bloederig magazine.
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The Bloody Best of Fangoria#2 p.3 What Makes the Bloody Best?
You hold in your hands the very best that Fangoria has to offer, a selection culled from all of the issues published in the last year.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#6 p.28 The Prince of Horror
Vincent Price cautiously examines his legacy and the video revolution.
Fangoria#1 p.4 Welcome to the World of FANGORIA!
A letter from the publisher.
Fangoria#1 p.44 Alex Gordon: The Deadly
Producer Alex Gordon recalls that, in the days of the classic "B" horror movies, half of the shock was going on behind the camera!
Fangoria#4 p.64 The Fall of the House of Usher
Fangoria#5 p.4 Standing Alone
A trip into the mind of Mister Imagination, publisher Kerry O'Quinn.
Fangoria#5 p.23 Them!
Making a mountain out of an anthill is no picnic. Ask Ted Sherdeman, producer-writer for the 1954 classic...
Fangoria#6 p.62 Sheena: Queen of the Jungle
Fangoria#7 p.10 The Curse of Frankenstein
Hammer's 1957 classic - the dawning of a new ero of terror
Fangoria#8 p.5 The Postal Zone
The Shining shamed, Tolkien trashed and Friday the 13th runs into bad luck.
Fangoria#8 p.10 The Horror of Dracula
Hammer Films expand its empire of fright with its second Lee and Cushing classic - as recorded by effects man Syd Pearson and film editor Bill Lenny.
Fangoria#8 p.27 B Is for Blaisdell - Part One
A talk with the top FX man of the 1950s B-movie boom proves that... B is for Blaisdell
Fangoria#9 p.4 The Trouble with Martin
A mind-stirring message from publisher Kerry O'Quinn.
Fangoria#9 p.16 A Life in Pictures
Bride of the Monster! The She Creature! Voodoo Woman! One of AIP's top producers recalls his filmmaking career.
Fangoria#11 p.34 Fisher Fantastica
The World of Terence Fisher & Hammer Films
Fangoria#13 p.57 Dead & Buried
Fangoria#17 p.57 Creepshow
Creepshow recently finished principal filming.
Fangoria#17 p.58 Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker
Jimmy McNichol stars and is guaranteed to free himself of his "clean teen" image.
Fangoria#18 p.58 Embassy Unleashes 3D Terror
The Parasite, designed by Stan Winston, slithers away from another bloody mess in three dimensions.
Fangoria#24 p.24 Ackermonster Quits Famous Monsters!
"Acksclusive" to FANGORIA The Most Incredible Article We - Or Any Other Filmonster Magazine - Has Ever Published!
Fangoria#24 p.60 Hershell Gordon Lewis - The Book!
Hershell Gordon Lewis An His World of Exploitation Film.
Fangoria#26 p.44 The Hound of the Baskervilles
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.18 Analog Atrocity: The Switchblade Insane Diaries
An indie horror veteran dishes about the making of his latest DIT gorefest.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.24 Tim Lucas: Tales From The Attic
European Trashed Cinema
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.14 Yoshihiro Nishumura: King of J-Splatter
As a director and FX creator, he creates insane bloodshed that has fans gushing.
Fangoria#29 p.18 Bonus Book Except From The Amazing Hershell Gordon Lewis
Fango Exclusive! Chapter 14 from Fantaco's Upcoming Book on the Godfather of Gore Reveals the Behind-the-Scenes Story of Wizard of Gore and the Gore-Gore Girls.
Fangoria#29 p.28 The Pit & the Pen of Alex Gordon
History of AIP Terror - Part III The She Creature Springs to Life at a Christmas Party!
Fangoria#29 p.36 Sam Sherman and The Bloody Brain Monsters of Ghastly Horror
That master of great movie titles speaks!
Fangoria#29 p.38 The Very Best of Sherman/Adamson
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.40 Tales of the Brothers Gore
From flesheating to Frankenstein, these sibling special FX artists have done it all.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.46 Z is for Zulu Zombies
Erstwhile Cenobite Barbie Wilde unleashes African ghouls in London.
Fangoria#30 p.40 Vincent Price
The Veteran Master of Menace Speaks out on Current Horror and his Upcoming Role in the All-Star Chiller House of the Long Shadows.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.8 Experiments, Flowers and Mermaids... Oh My!
Take a trip into the bowels of Eastern bloodshed with the notorious "Guinea Pig" films.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.28 Reaper: What She Sows
After years as an actress, Tara Cardinal wielded both swords and cameras on two horror/fantasies.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#0 p.46 Bleed 'N' Grind
Janie Slash, she combines burlesque with the grotesque to bring Deadly Sins to the stage.
Fangoria#42 p.40 The Pit & the Pen of Alex Gordon
Remake of She (Who Must be Obeyed)
Fangoria#42 p.46 Stecklervision
The Videography of the Ultimate Exploitation Film Auteur-Producer-Director-Writer-Star R.D. Steckler.
Fangoria#44 p.10 A Cop on Elm Street
A survivor of the teen-idol syndrome, John Saxon has established himself as a character actor and hero of horrors in such pictures as Queen of Blood and A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Fangoria#44 p.32 Horror in Print: Robert R. McCammon
Writing in the dead of night, novelist McCammon conjures up L.A. vampires and the descendant of Roderick Usher.
Fangoria#45 p.50 Slasher Writer
From college poet to Friday the 13th Part 4 and Killer Party - Barney Cohen has rediscovered a passion for horror and has turned it into a screenwriting career.
Fangoria#51 p.12 The Real Mary Woronov
Tall, statuesgue and oh so sexy, she reigns supreme in B movies, revving up as the lethal Calamity Jane in "Death Race 2000" and dining out as the Bland murderess off "Eating Raoul."
Fangoria#53 p.24 An AIP Director Screams Again
Englishman Gordon ("Scream and Scream Again") Hessler relives his spotty past with Hitchcock, Poe, Price and Harryhausen.
Fangoria#53 p.49 Cheerleader Slasher!
Some "Night of the Living Dead" veterans reunite to exploit new fears in "The Majorettes."
Fangoria#55 p.2 Scream Greats #30: Horror of Dracula
Free Poster. Scream Greats #30: Horror of Dracula
Fangoria#55 p.24 Horror of Dracula
Fangoria#55 p.24 Track of the Moon Beast
Fangoria#57 p.26 Stan Winston: Maker of "Aliens" - Part Two
After creating Tobe Hooper's "Invaders from Mars," the noted FX artist unleashes an army of galactic grotesqueries in the smash "Alien" sequel!
Fangoria#57 p.30 What is Wraith?
A roundtable discussion by the young stars and director of a new supernatural actioner sheds light on a new summer fear flick.
Fangoria#57 p.36 Jason Lives - Friday the 13th Part VI
A re-animated Jason Voorhees returns to kill again in the endless slasher series! Will the body count ever end?
Fangoria#58 p.14 The Original Mushnick
As the new "Little Shop of Horrors" gears for release, Mel Welles -the first flower store owner- looks back on his Corman days and other horror credits!
Fangoria#58 p.22 Stephen King Takes a Vacation - Part Two
After writing and directing "Maximum Overdrive," the bestselling author unleashes "IT" and three more horror novels.
Fangoria#60 p.46 She's No Second Banana
Rising scream queen Linda Hamilton survives her battles with "Children of the Corn" and "The Terminator" to discover that "King Kong Lives!"
Fangoria#64 p.46 Raiders of the Living Dead - Zombies on a Shoestring
"Dracula vs. Frankenstein" creator Sam Sherman muses over the death of the drive-in and the birth of his latest undead action flick.
The Bloody Best of Fangoria#7 p.25 The Frog that Roared
Corey Feldman has already disposed of Jason and vanquished "Gremlins" - so bring on "The Lost Boys."
Fangoria#70 p.14 Horror in Print: Anne Rice
When is a million-selling vampire creator more than a successful writer? When she's three successful writers.
Fangoria#71 p.10 Poltergeist III
"They're here." for a third visit.
Fangoria#72 p.28 On the Beat with Maniac Cop
Go ahead, make Bruce Campbell's day. "Maniac" director Bill Lustig returns with a badge-toting slasher.
Fangoria#72 p.36 A Day on the Battlefield with Poltergeist III
The makers of a new sequel wish they had dilemmas as simple as ghost infestations to solve.
Fangoria#75 p.24 Friday the 13th Part VII: The New Blood - Jason Gets Metaphysical
When is an ax-wielding maniac not a slasher? When John Buechler directs him.
Fangoria#75 p.28 Sherman's March
Window washer alert! "Poltergeist III" director Gary Sherman brings those pesky ghosts to a Windy City high-rise.
Fangoria#80 p.62 Wartime Horror Gallery
WWII terror cinema
Fangoria#86 p.32 Night Slasher
Fangoria#87 p.12 Nightmare Classics
Showtime's Nightmare Classics continue this fall with an adaption of J. Sheridan Le Fanu's "Carmilla."
Fangoria#87 p.43 Dance of the Damned
Fangoria#92 p.7 The Postal Zone
"Shocker" heralded; more Shape shenanigans
Fangoria#94 p.54 Frankenstein Must Be Sloshed!
They don't adapt horror classics on live TV anymore. A makeup pioneer remembers why.
Fangoria#96 p.24 The Arresting Saga of Maniac Cop 2
You have the right to remain silent a little longer, as the slasher in blue heads into his own series.
Fangoria#98 p.12 Arkoff Lives
The Amzing Colossal Man leads off Film Forum 2's amazing colossal genre fest.
Fangoria#102 p.16 Princess of Darkness
In Italian classics, American cult films and the new "Dark Shadows," Barbara Steele proves why she's the genre's greatest female star.
Fangoria#102 p.50 The Reluctant She-Wolf
Kate Hodge finds the plight of being a horror actress almost as bad as the dilemma of her TV lycanthrope character.
Fangoria#103 p.40 Lisa
Fangoria#104 p.11 Kathy Bates
Kathy Bates won one for the genre when she took horror's first-ever Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Misery.
Fangoria#104 p.36 T2 - A Judgment in Steel
When James Cameron tackled the challenge of "Terminator 2," he turned to scriptwriter William Wisher to help him nail the story.
Fangoria#104 p.43 The House of Usher
Fangoria#104 p.57 The Midwife of Mutilation
From H.G. Lewis films to Ilsa, exploitation veteran David F. Friedman helped make the drive-in a gorier place to be.
Fangoria#107 p.20 Timebomb Explodes
The real-life horrors of war inspire a shocking thriller about human reprogramming and government conspiracy.
Fangoria#109 p.14 How to Make a Teenage Monster Movie - Part One
Decades before the high school slasher boom, producer Herman Cohen knew that horror was a sure bet to entrap young audiences.
Fangoria#109 p.50 Nightmare's Solo Scripter
Breaking the precedent established by the last three sequels, "Freddy's Dead" had only one screenwriter on board.
Fangoria#110 p.47 Terminator 2: Judgment Day: The Book of the Film
Fangoria#110 p.48 Give Her a Hand
Elke Sommer has persevered through movies good and bad; now she's one mean mother in Fango Film's "Severed Ties."
Fangoria#110 p.53 The Fall of the House of Hammer
Michael Carreras flashes back to the waning days of Britain's finest horror studio and uncovers the projects that never made it.
Fangoria#111 p.14 Crime & Crimson - Part Three
Concluding our Herman Cohen interview, the producer tells of adventures with Sherlock Holmes, Jack the Ripper and Joan Crawford.
Fangoria#112 p.7 The Postal Zone
Lecter objector; slasher flicks pro and con
Fangoria#112 p.48 The Charm of Evil: The Life and Films of Terence Fisher
Fangoria#113 p.52 Poison Ivy An Itch for Evil
Our new section devoted to borderline fear fare debuts with Drew Barrymore as a wicked teenage seductress.
Fangoria#114 p.41 The Alien Chronicles
More than just shocking FX sagas, the first two films of this trilogy shed light on some of our darkest fears.
Fangoria#117 p.46 "Two" for the Roadkill
Director Mary Lambert isn't letting dead dogs lie as she returns to old haunts for "Pet Sematary II."
Fangoria#119 p.26 Double Trouble With Doppelganger
What could be wrong with having two of sexy Drew Barrymore around? Wel, when one of them is really a homicidal worm monster...
Fangoria#123 p.11 Tobe Hooper's Nightmare
This de Sade doesn't mind getting his fancy clothes messy in his pursuit of bloodshed.
Fangoria#126 p.9 Photo cards
Three new photo card collections: Dark Shadows, Rhonda Shear Keeps You Up All Nite! and Masters of Horror and Other Hollywood Villains.
Fangoria#128 p.28 Ghost of a Chance
Director Rachel Talalay put all her Freddy experience to good use when she tackled "Ghost in the Machine."
Fangoria#128 p.38 Doppelganger
Fangoria#129 p.12 Full Moon Fever: Werewolves on Reels
Created by sorcery and science, the legendary monsters have prowled the screen since silent days.
Fangoria#134 p.10 The Mammoth Book of Werewolves
It's a full moon on bookshelves
Fangoria#134 p.72 Full Moon Fever II: To Suffer The Curse of the Werewolf
It's hard to believe that Hammer Films only produced one lycanthropic chiller - but they made it count.
Fangoria#139 p.40 A New Face for Frankenstein
Daniel Parker leaps into the makeup FX big time by turning Robert De Niro into Mary Shelley's Creature.
Fangoria#146 p.70 Classic Com-Poe-ser
The famous AIP chillers of the '60s owe part of their power to the unique terror scores of Les Baxter.
Fangoria#147 p.12 The Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre
The filmmakers simply rehashed the original all over again with little variation and hardly any imagination.
Fangoria#147 p.37 The Phantom of the Opera
Fangoria#147 p.55 Stranger Than Fiction
Independent producer Charles E. Sellier Jr. made audiences believe in everything from "The Bermuda Triangle" to "The Boogens."
Fangoria#195 p.35 Rasing the "Child"
Kim Basinger's career in a nutshell.
Fangoria#198 p.44 I Want Candy
Dodging a slasher in "Cherry Falls," actress Candy Clark looks back on her long horror carreer.
Fangoria#198 p.65 She Killed in Ecstasy
Fangoria#198 p.67 The B Girl and the Monsters
In the '50s and '60s actress Elaine DuPont didn't just confront low-budget creatures - she married one!
Fangoria#207 p.54 Creature Features Live Again
AIP classics receive new interpretations by a crop of promising young filmmakers.
Fangoria#208 p.62 Stab in the Hood
Indie stalwart David DeCoteau delivers slashers and seduction to the Halloween video scene.
Fangoria#213 p.38 She Creature
Fangoria#213 p.38 Winter Lily
Fangoria#222 p.38 Terror Train
A look back at an '80s slasher in need of modern video revival.
Fangoria#222 p.75 Mean Sheep
Fangoria#223 p.50 NightStalker Through the Eyes of Madness
Chris Fisher's entry in the serial-killer derby scared the (designer) pants of the Sundance crowd. Fango Seal of Approval.
Fangoria#227 p.60 Old Blood in New Bottles
Makeup FX artist Bill Terezakis has reconceived Freddy, Jason and the ever-popular flesheating ghouls.
Fangoria#227 p.72 Raw Meat / The Brood
Fangoria#227 p.82 School Killer Goes Absent
Two years after its home release, this Spanish slasher has yet to carve its way Stateside.
Fangoria#228 p.6 Postal Zone
Dueling views on dueling slashers
Fangoria#228 p.12 The Gorehound's Guide to Splatter Films of the 1980's / Slasher Films
Two new books on slasher films.
Fangoria#228 p.64 Nightstalker
Fangoria#229 p.34 Horro Suits Leisure
How a down-market house became the little genre publisher that could.
Fangoria#229 p.66 The Day His World Began
The late producer/Fango friend Alex Gordon recalls his debut in the sci-fi/horror field.
Fangoria#259 p.4 Slash & Cash
Return of the slasher.
Fangoria#259 p.26 Hatchet If You Can
Here's a no-holds-barred homage to the days when slasher films were at their reddest and wettest
Fangoria#259 p.32 Behind the Mask
This fiendishly clever mockumentary proves there is fresh blood to be pumped from the slasher genre.
Fangoria#259 p.74 Could It BeÂ… Sheitan?
A familiar face in dark French cinema, Vincent Cassel takes one of his most deranged roles yet in this new shocker
Fangoria#260 p.48 Wedding Slashers
Fangoria#260 p.67 Doug Jone's Creature Features
As his current career flourishes, Jones looks back at a few of his more famous (or infamous) monster roles
Fangoria#260 p.76 Ghost Stories EVP Haunts the Internet
Lizzie Borden took an axÂ… or did she? Fangoria TV's new on-line paranormal series aims to scare up the truth
Fangoria#262 p.36 Grindhouse 100 Percent Death Proof
Leave it to Quentin Tarantino to come up with a unique new slasher-film weapon.
Fangoria#262 p.66 Angela's Slashes
As misunderstood villain or offbeat heroine Angela Bettis always brings something fresh to her genre roles.
Fangoria#263 p.36 Pumpkinhead
Fangoria#263 p.70 Going to Pieces
Fangoria#264 p.46 The Baaaaaad News About Black Sheep
You'll think twice about the sweater you're wearing when these four-legged monsters hit the screen.
Fangoria#264 p.56 Years in Captivity
Actor Daniel Gillies sheds light on the controversial shocker's long road to the screen.
Fangoria#264 p.66 Fido Good Zombie
Can undead flesheaters be house-trained? This Canadian production dares to find out.
Fangoria#265 p.72 Screamography: Bob Clark: The Last Interview
Throughout his career, the 70's horror maverick broke taboes and pushed boundaries.
Fangoria#265 p.79 The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
Fangoria#266 p.56 The House of Usher
Fangoria#266 p.72 Right At Your Door Fear Comes Home
No zombies, lsashers or creatures are required when making a movie reflecting our modern anxieties.
Fangoria#266 p.78 Trapped Ashes Five For Frighting
New kinds of weird are showcased in a horror anthology employing a gallery of veteran filmmakers.
Fangoria#267 p.37 Chosen Survivors / The Earth Dies Screaming
Fangoria#267 p.38 Little Miss Halloween
Danielle Harris proves she's a woman now in the remake - even if she still can't escape Michael Myers.
Fangoria#267 p.50 Flight of the Living Dead The Hungry Skies
Buckle up for flesheating and gut-spilling at 30,000 feet.
Fangoria#267 p.66 The Murder Party Line
Would you attend a bash where you might get slashed? Find out what happens to one man who does.
Fangoria#267 p.82 Nights of the Filming Dead!
A quartet of never-say-die indie auteurs are making the New York area to a scarier place to be.
Fangoria#268 p.92 The Blood Shed
Fangoria#268 p.93 Black Sheep
DVD of the Month
Fangoria#269 p.18 Isla Fisher and James McAvoy in The Pool
Isla Fisher and James McAvoy in "The Pool"
Fangoria#271 p.36 The Long Road To MAndy Lane
Like a typical movie slasher, this atypical slasher movie proved impossible to keep down.
Fangoria#271 p.69 Godzilla Unleashed
Fangoria#272 p.26 Prom Night The Last Dance
The latest big-screen slasher remake emphasizes psychology over the sanguinary.
Fangoria#273 p.32 Knock Knock Grue's There
This New York-lensed slasherfest harks back to an older style of murder moviemaking.
Fangoria#276 p.14 Vampire Diary
Two girls, one cult
Fangoria#276 p.31 Vampire Diary
Video of the Month
Fangoria#276 p.48 Trailer Park of Terror Blood Rednecks
Don't dare venture into thir rural dwelling unless you want to get poor white trashed.
Fangoria#276 p.79 Rushes
Fangoria#277 p.12 Nympha
Tiffany Shepis' bad religion
Fangoria#277 p.26 Killer Actress
She's held her own against Buffy and Dexter, but can Julie Benz survive the big-screen terrors of "Saw V"?
Fangoria#277 p.58 Blood and more Blood
Ken Foree and Tony Todd sink their teeth into a pair of competing vampire flics.
Fangoria#278 p.10 Monster-Size Hulk
Classic creatures smashed!
Fangoria#279 p.30 Bloodwars
Fangoria#279 p.37 My Bloody Valentine 3D Murder in Depth
The '80s subterranean slasher returns with added dimension in both senses of the word.
Fangoria#279 p.64 Perkins' 14 Mass Histeria
It took a village of filmmaking pros and nonpros to raise a brood of brainwashed, murderous psychopaths.
Fangoria#280 p.48 Valentine's Prey
The other "Supernatural" star put his heart into his own slasher redux.
Fangoria#281 p.60 Killer Movie
Fangoria#282 p.42 Rebuilding The Last House on the Left
Can the second story of bloodshed and revenge have the impact of the uncompromising original?
Fangoria#283 p.14 Murder Loves Killers Too
Slasher gore the old-fashioned way
Fangoria#283 p.28 Mum & Dad Meat the Parents
They want you to join their happy family - even if it kills you.
Fangoria#283 p.66 S. Darko It's A Madder World
Director Chris Fisher took on the challenge of following up the much-loved cult favorite.
Fangoria#285 p.30 Terror is an Orphan
She's sweet, adorable - and murderously manipulative beyond her years.
Fangoria#286 p.47 Fear Femmes: Exposing Jennifer's Body
She's scary, sexy and funny - what more do you want in a teen horror film?
Fangoria#287 p.18 Basement Jack
Deadly cellar dweller
Fangoria#287 p.62 The House of the Devil
Tag along with an innocent college girl as she picks the wrong place to take a babysitting job. Fango Seal of Approval.
Fangoria#288 p.76 Make It A Blood Night
They call her Mary Hatchet, and she proves why in this supergory supernatural slasher.
Fangoria#288 p.84 Hollywood Monster
Fangoria#290 p.60 Making his Daybreakers
Aussie FX wizard Steve Boyle scores his biggest, bloodiest splash with the futuristic vampire saga.
Fangoria#292 p.58 Carny
Fangoria#293 p.68 In Search of The Disappeared
A vanished child is just the beginning of the bad stuff in a new chiller from Britain.
Fangoria#294 p.71 They are Still His Children - Part Two
It's a wonder there were any kids left on Elm Street once Freddy was finished.
Fangoria#295 p.38 True Blood Bites Deeper
Look for the stories to get even more complex and the bloodshed to be even more intense in the new season.
Fangoria#297 p.20 The Walking Dead are Coming
And they're fully fleshed out in the eagerly awaited TV version of the hit comics saga.
Fangoria#297 p.34 Hammer Horror: Fangs for the Memories - Part One
Barbara Shelley took part in some of Britain's greatest fright films, for Hammer and others.
Fangoria#297 p.46 Hatchett II: The Blade Master - Part One
Ax him whether the slasher sequel outdoes the first, and Adam Green will tell you it cuts deeper.
Fangoria#297 p.58 Still a Madman
Another slasher following the Friday the 13th rage.
Fangoria#298 p.60 Fangs for the Memories - Part Two
In the course of her Hammer career, actress Barbara Shelley faced terrors historical, fictional and science-fictional.
Fangoria#299 p.48 This Gig Really Sucks
For rocker Cherie Currie, "Parasite" was a role she'd now like to Runaway from.
Fangoria#299 p.52 John Waters on Ted V. Mikels
John Waters dishes on B-movie veteran Ted V. Mikels
Fangoria#300 p.16 Brides of Dracula
Fangoria#300 p.25 The Curse of Frankenstein
Fangoria#300 p.25 The Curse of the Werewolf
Fangoria#300 p.32 The Devil Rides Out
Fangoria#300 p.35 The Fall of the House of Usher
Fangoria#300 p.42 Horror of Dracula
Fangoria#300 p.72 Raw Meat
Fangoria#301 p.52 Bereavement
When it comes to the families in this slasher saga, blood is far thicker than water.
Fangoria#301 p.72 Teenage Wasteland: The Slasher Movie Uncut
Fangoria#303 p.16 She'll Blow Your Mind
Actress Nancy Allen had a killer experience on Brian De Palma's "Blow Out."
Fangoria#303 p.32 Legend of the She Wolf
Dyanne Thorne won exploitation infamy portraying the merciless Ilsa.
Fangoria#303 p.35 Ilsa's Canadian Connection
The Cinepix company made exploitation great in Canada.
Fangoria#303 p.58 Shelley Duvall Shines On
Terrorized by Jack Nicholson (and Stanley Kubrick), she was one of the '80s' most memorable horror heroines.
Fangoria#303 p.64 Eye Make the Dead
Raising corpses or shedding blood, makeup FX artist Brian Spears helps Glass Eye Pix shine.
Fangoria#303 p.82 Mondo Poster Magic
Bored with typical bland one-sheets? One Savvy company offers a slew of eye-popping alternatives.
Fangoria#305 p.58 British Horror: Deadly Pleasures
A largely secret part of British horror history once flourished on the printed page.
Fangoria#307 p.23 The Skins She's Lived In
Anaya's career got some extra heat thanks to her award for Hierro.
Fangoria#307 p.26 Take Shelter in Madness
Filmmaker Jeff Nichols and actor Michael Shannon create a new subgenre: the pre-apocalyptic thriller. Fango Seal of Approval.
Fangoria#307 p.48 Power's Monster Mashes
An overview of the Power Records comics with audio.
Fangoria#308 p.62 Queen of Hell
Eihi Shiina passed the "Audition," so she's in the "Helldriver's" seat.
Fangoria#308 p.64 Halloween Horror Girls's Club
What scares the woman of horror this Halloween
Fangoria#309 p.23 The Hammer Vault of Horror
Interview with the writer of The Hammer Vault, a recently published book about the Hammer years.
Fangoria#309 p.56 Canadian Blood: Gimme (Tax) Shelter!
The 70's and 80's were an especially fertile period for Canadian fright cinema.
Fangoria#309 p.71 Machete Maidens Unleashed!
Fangoria#310 p.62 Real Grrrrrl Power
Looking back at the "Ginger Snaps" films.
Fangoria#310 p.74 Don't Go in the Woods
Sing a song of death with a musical slasher picture from actor-turned-director Vincent D'Onofrio.
Fangoria#311 p.40 Roger Corman in the Poe House
Horror's legendary mogul made his most striking mark with a string of literary chillers.
Fangoria#311 p.49 Sweet Jane
Bath of the redhead: Jane Asher was a striking presence in Masque of the Red Death.
Fangoria#311 p.64 A Bouchet of Blood
Before he unleashed his zombies, Lucio Fulci placed actress Barbara Bouchet in the midst of controversial murder.
Fangoria#312 p.51 Student Bodies
Slasher spoofery in "Student Bodies"
Fangoria#312 p.70 Dead Hunger
Fangoria#314 p.48 Debbie Rochon: In Her Own Words
She has faced all sorts of horrors -real and cinematic- and endured through more than two decades in the business.
Fangoria#314 p.50 A Woman of Many Parts
No matter what uncomfortable situations she has to face in flicks like Slime City Massacre, Debbie always soldiers on.
Fangoria#314 p.54 Mad Magazine's "Arbor Day"
"Mad" magazine's slasher parody "Arbor Day"
Fangoria#315 p.44 Wrapped Up in Twin Peaks
Sheryl Lee started the landmark series as a corpse, and became one of its most striking figures.
Fangoria#317 p.24 Hypothermia Gives You Chills
Winter fishermen try to avoid being iced as the man-in-a-monster-suit tradition resurfaces.
Fangoria#319 p.61 Barnabas' Other Love
As Roxanne Drew, she was a timeless romantic interest for "Shadows" vamp Barnabas Collins.
Fangoria#320 p.38 Mama Scares Best
Never get between a mother and the kids she cares for - especially if she's a ghost.
Fangoria#320 p.64 Life In The Box: Conversations with Dough Bradley - Part 7: Hellraiser: Deader and Hellraiser: Hellworld
As the budgets got lower, Doug Bradley's collaborators made his Pinhead gigs worthwhile.
Fangoria#321 p.7 100 Bloody Acres
Compost-modern slasher
Fangoria#321 p.67 Croczilla
Fangoria#321 p.72 Bad Barbie
Once an onscreen Cenobite, she now elicits fear with the written word.
Fangoria#323 p.22 The Passion of Amy Hesketh
An American filmmaker pushes bloody boundaries in Bolivia.
Fangoria#323 p.52 Errors of the Human Body - Regenerating Fear
Modern science elicits classic concerns about meddling with human biology. Fango Seal of Approval.
Fangoria#324 p.47 Fangfest: Tilly, Endurable
Meg Tilly: When "Carmilla" came to cable, she was the bleeding lady.
Fangoria#326 p.45 F**k You, Frankenstein!
When Mary Shelley had her haunted summer, little did she what kind of movies she would help create.
Fangoria#328 p.40 Roger Corman - An Acceptable Level of Insanity
He launched hundreds of Hollywood careers, and now looks back at his own work as director.
Fangoria#328 p.78 The Vault-Keeper Speaks!
Historian/publisher Russ Cochran delves into the history of the EC horror comics he's bringing back from the dead.
Fangoria#329 p.9 Banshee Chapter
Mind over splatter
Fangoria#329 p.16 Pet Sematary Memories - Part One
A Fango scribe flashes back to the set visit that changed his life.
Fangoria#329 p.48 Dead in Red
Actress Elizabeth Shepherd met an eye-gouging fate in the satanic sequel "Damien - Omen II."
Fangoria#329 p.62 Vampires, Beware!
She'll teach you everything you need to know about Goth - and "How to Kill a Vampire."
Fangoria#330 p.34 She's Next
Rising actress Sharni Vinson makes a good impression as a fake-charge home-invasion heroine.
Fangoria#330 p.64 Mondo Cannibale!
A survey of other flesheating favorites.
Fangoria#331 p.11 RIP Mike Vraney
Perhaps you have some of Mike Vraney's remains on your shelf.
Fangoria#331 p.14 Her Satanic Verses
Confrontational performer Diamanda Galas has slashed a deep groove in pop culture that is uniquely her own.
Fangoria#331 p.18 Ring for the Nurse 3D
She's gore-geous an in your face, but it took her a little while to hit the screen.
Fangoria#331 p.56 Slice and Dice: The Slasher Film Forever
Fangoria#331 p.57 Banshee Chapter
Fangoria#331 p.64 Pan's Labyrinth's
A generation of British readers grew up terrified by one publisher's series of written anthologies.
Fangoria#332 p.14 Murder Most Mod
Nancy Allen and Keith Gordon revisit Brian De Palma's classic, carnal slasher saga "Dressed to Kill."
Fangoria#332 p.58 Gorgon But Not Forgotten
Gorgon Video resurrects for the Blu-ray age with an exercise in over-the-top bloodshed.
Fangoria#332 p.74 The Raid 2: Berandal - Wide World of Bloodshed
Gareth Evan's much-aniticipated sequel greatly expands the scope of the story - and the carnage. Fango Seal of Approval.
Fangoria#334 p.22 Wrath of the Crows - Prisoners of Fear
Debbie Rochon and Tiffany Shepis square off in a jail-set shocker by Italy's Ivan Zuccon.
Fangoria#334 p.31 She Walked The Line - Part One
In the shocking cinema of Peter Walker, Sheila Keith was often the nastiest of them all.
Fangoria#335 p.62 She Walkered The Line - Part Two
Continuing our examination of the late actress Sheila Keith's work in Pete Walker's Britsploitation classics.
Fangoria#335 p.70 "Carrie Triple Feature"
MGM's " 'Carrie' Triple Feature"
Fangoria#339 p.50 Richard Band, Resurrected
The longtime composer flashes back to his less-acknowledged but still worthy Lovecraft-film score.
Fangoria#341 p.46 Kill, Granny, Kill - Elder Scare
She looks like a sweet old lady, but watch out when she starts fixing dinner...
Fangoria#341 p.64 The Ladies of the House Slaying Together
A filmmaker couple unleash a gorefest about female solidarity and flesheating.
Fangoria#341 p.68 Punishing Heat
Veteran action/horror editor Mark Goldblatt also took the helm on a pair of extreme late-'80s genre movies.
Fangoria#341 p.82 Storm of the Century
Echo Bridge's "Storm of the Century"
Fangoria#342 p.16 From Scribbler to Slasher
Genre journalist Sean Decker makes good in the wild world of the "L.A. Slasher."
Fangoria#342 p.50 Mark of the Damon
As actor and producer (and director), Mark Damon hobnobbed with Barbara Steele and other horror greats.
Fangoria#342 p.54 Vampyros Lesbos / She Killed In Ecstasy
Fangoria#343 p.67 Heavens to Betsy
A tribute by David DeCoteau to the woman who played the mother of all slasher villains.
Fangoria#344 p.48 The Final Girls Goes for the Heart
Funny, scary and surprisingly emotional, the satirical slasher is a triumph for director Todd Strauss-Schulson.
Fangoria#344 p.68 Release the Rage (Please?)
Why is this scrappy stalker saga still sitting on the shelf?
Fangoria#345 p.58 Blood Harvest at Charlie's Farm
From the seed planted by '80s slashers, Australian filmmaker Chris Sun grows a new gore-thirsty villain.
Fangoria#346 p.34 The Demolisher Busts Out
A self-styled vigilante targets an innocent victim for a night of terror.
Fangoria#350 p.12 Tony Timpone's Elegies: Origins: Part 2
In which our young protagonist invokes the wrath of OG publisher Norm Jacobs.
Fangoria#350 p.87 Fest Finds
SHUDDER's curator par excellence is back with the gnarly cream of this quarter's festival crop.
Fangoria#351 p.8 Saint Bernard Gets Unleashed