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FANGORIA #307 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till September, but we’ve got the first peek at the covers and the full
contents to share with you now! That’s right, covers: Half the copies of this
issue will celebrate our retrospective on the werewolf classic THE HOWLING, the
other our extensive interview with legendary horror-rocker Alice Cooper! We’ve
also got interviews with the folks behind CHROMESKULL: LAID TO REST 2, the
THING prequel, TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL and the art-house crossovers THE SKIN
I LIVE IN and TAKE SHELTER, John Landis reminiscing on AN AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN
LONDON, chats with three cult-fave actresses and much more, so check it all out
after the jump!
INTERVIEW: JESSICA HARPER She was the object of obsession
for a “Phantom” and witchy terror in “Suspiria.”
PREVIEW: “THE SKIN I LIVE IN” The doctor is into some truly
strange revenge when he’s played by Antonio Banderas and directed by Pedro Almodóvar.
Plus: actress Elena Anaya.
PREVIEW: “TAKE SHELTER” The forecast is chilling when
Michael Shannon starts suffering very bad dreams.
PREVIEW: “CHROMESKULL: LAID TO REST 2” What makes the masked
murderer tick? You could lose your life finding out. Plus: Angelina Armani goes
PREVIEW: “THE THING” It’s back, duplicating humans; can the
prequel replicate the original movie’s scares?
INTERVIEW: ALICE COOPER He was never Mr. Nice Guy, but he’s
been a horrific hero to generations of fans.
FEATURE: POWER RECORDS Decades ago, favorite monsters roared
and battled on records and comics pages.
RETROSPECTIVE: “THE HOWLING” Lycanthropes entered the age of
modern makeup FX via Joe Dante’s hairy classic.
INTERVIEW: JOHN LANDIS He proved that “An American Werewolf
in London” could be funny and scary at the same time.
PREVIEW: “TUCKER & DALE VS. EVIL” If you’re mistaken for
a couple of bloodthirsty killers, you might be these rednecks.
INTERVIEW: JENNY WRIGHT She ventured “Near Dark” and into
true darkness…and survived to tell the tale.
INTERVIEW: CHRISTINA LINDBERG With “One Eye” and a loaded
shotgun, she blasted her way to exploitation infamy.
DIARY OF THE DEB: “THE FLUSH,” PART TWO Can anything wash
away the memories of this ill-fated shoot?
FEATURE: EREBUS HAUNTED ATTRACTION It challenges you to
survive all four floors this Halloween.
FIRST RITES A tale of two covers
POSTAL ZONE Cars and Chainsaws
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “FANGORIA’s Dreadtime Stories,”
“Paranormal Activity 3,” ZomBcon and scary shorts!
THE TERROR TUBE A fugitive lycanthrope in “Moon of the Wolf”
DR. CYCLOPS’ DUNGEON OF DISCS Reviews of “The Disco
Exorcist,” “Sweatshop,” “Dead Cert,” “Nightmares,” “Super Hybrid” and more
FURIOUS FEMMES American women, cut away for me
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Daryl Gregory’s “Raising Stony
Mayhall,” David Moody’s “Them or Us,” Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and
Stephen Romano’s “Black Light,” etc.
COMIC CASKET When Fulci’s ghouls splattered the page
THE TRASH COMPACTOR How “Lisa and the Devil” became “House
SOUND SHOCK Kat Bjelland and “Songs of the Witchblade”
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
DEAD FORMAT “555”: SOV no longer MIA
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