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FANGORIA #309 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your
mailbox till next month, but we’ve got the first peek at the covers and the
full contents to share with you now! Yep, covers again—this time a front photo
(designed to hark back to Fango covers of yore) and back piece of art by Mark
Crow celebrating legendary director David Cronenberg, who gives us a lengthy,
exclusive interview this ish. It’s part of our celebration of Canadian horror
that also includes chats with veteran actor Art Hindle (BLACK CHRISTMAS, THE
BROOD) and producer Don Carmody (RABID, SILENT HILL), as well as a bunch of new
talent from the Great White North. We also hit the sets of Ti West’s THE
INNKEEPERS and Steve Niles’ REMAINS, plus much more, so check out the full
details after the jump!
INTERVIEW: MARTINE BESWICK In the past or the present, the
British actress was always a striking presence.
INTERVIEW: PETER SASDY, PART TWO By his “Hands,” Jack the
Ripper saw one of his most memorable screen incarnations. Plus: “The Hammer
Vault” is opened.
ON SET: “THE INNKEEPERS” Following up “House of the Devil,”
Ti West and co. now have a whole hotel to haunt.
PREVIEW: “THE DARKEST HOUR” Director Chris Gorak reveals how
he invaded Russia with electrifying extraterrestrials.
INTERVIEW: BARBARA ANNE CONSTABLE She was the “Lady
Terminator”—at great personal risk to life and limb.
RETROSPECTIVE: “FEARDOTCOM” Give William Malone’s
much-maligned film another shot, and you might find it’s not torture to watch.
INTERVIEW: SCOTT SPIEGEL He’s having a bloody good month
with “Hostel: Part III” and a restored “Intruder” hitting the disc scene. Plus:
Eli Roth’s “Hostel”s past.
MINIFEATURE: “THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE II” Actress Emma Lock was
the literal receiving end of Tom Six’s twisted vision.
INTERVIEW: DAVID CRONENBERG The undisputed king of Canadian
horror flashes back to his days as a “Rabid” newcomer.
INTERVIEW: DON CARMODY You may not know this producer’s
name, but you certainly know his many screen terrors.
INTERVIEW: ART HINDLE If you’re “Brood”-ing or dreaming of a
“Black Christmas,” you’ve got the veteran actor in mind. Plus: the legacy of
INTERVIEW: JONATHAN CULP Thanks to his efforts, you won’t
have to tax your memory of Canada’s ’80s fright output.
ON SET: “THE DEVIL’S MILE” Take a literal road trip to hell
with some kidnappers and their captives.
ON SET: “EXIT HUMANITY” Even in an ambitious indie like this
one, zombie action can be child’s play.
INTERVIEW: BLEEDING APPLE Three up-and-coming talents are
turning their small town into a haven for horror.
PREVIEW: “THE CORRIDOR” Not your typical death-in-the-woods
flick, it’s a contender for the subgenre’s hall of fame.
PREVIEW: “THE THEATRE BIZARRE” This time, we chat with the
anthology’s northern contingent: multitalents Douglas Buck and Karim Hussain.
ON SET: “REMAINS” Steve Niles’ comics zombies get a new
lease on undeath via a made-for-cable adaptation.
DIARY OF THE DEB: “PSYCHIC EXPERIMENT” Debbie speaks her
mind about one of her better new movies—and a costume conflict.
FIRST RITES Remembering a great man from the Great White
POSTAL ZONE All about Alice; Woods lost in “Dogs” coverage
MONSTER INVASION Previews of “Corman’s World,” “The Devil
Inside,” “Little Deaths,” “The Collapsed,” “Android Re-Enactment” and more
THE TERROR TUBE Joe Dante’s “The Shadow Man” from the
“Twilight Zone” revival
THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “Evil Dead II” on
Blu-ray, “Intruder,” “Horror Express” and others
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY Reviews of Richard Kadrey’s “Aloha from
Hell,” Michael Rowe’s “Enter, Night,” John Landis’ “Monsters in the Movies,”
HORROR CON-FIDENTIAL Our new regular feature on fright
events debuts with Lexington, KY’s ScareFest IV!
SOUND SHOCK Ralph Carmichael on the original “The Blob”
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT
DEAD FORMAT An “Encyclopedia of Horror” on rare laserdisc
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