On Stands April 1st!
FREDDY VS. FREDDY
One, two, Freddy’s born anew…
Robert Englund passes the glove to Jackie Earle Haley for the remake of A Night on Elm Street. Both actors help us dissect the iconic boogeyman.
Plus: Interviews with the remake’s director Sam Bayer, Heather Langenkamp and the makers of a new documentary on the original series, and the weirdest Freddy merchandise ever made.
by Aaron Von Lupton, Dave Alexander and James Burrell
Yes, it’s exactly what the title promises – The Human Centipede is a nauseating exercise in mad sciences that broadens the scope of body horror, segment by segment.
Plus: Confessions of a Rogue Taxidermist and Taxidermia.
by Stuart F. Andrews, The Great Orbax and Rodridgo Gudiño
FLESH FOR FIENDS
Philadelphia tattoo phenom Paul Acker expands the art of horror ink, one ghastly visage at a time.
by April Snellings
ATLAS TO THE ARCANE
A hefty new tome by Cradle of Filth frontman Dani Filth and author Gavin Baddeley brings the band’s darkest influences to light.
by Evan Davies
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Of ’burbs and boogeymen.
Forgeries on the ride in vintage horror movie poster market; The 2010 European Film Market offers sneak peek at international genre titles; Miskatonic University planned for Montreal.
THE CORONER'S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Television Trauma.
New Nightmare Glove, Dethklok Fountain, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Journal and Postcards, Red-Eyed Zombie Sleep Mask.
CineMacabre features reviews of The Wolfman, The Crazies remake, Legion, Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated, Sorority Row, Phantom Racer, Cabin Fever 2, Alone in the Dark II, 5ive Girls, 100 Feet and 2010: Supernova. The Latest 8 to Die for examines the fourth installment of Lionsgate’s After Dark Horrorfest, including reviews of Dread, The Final, The Graves, Hidden, Kill Theory, Lake Mungo, The Reeds and Zombies of Mass Destruction. And reissues reviews Day of the Dead (1985) Blu-ray, The Wraith (1986) and Battle Girl: The Living Dead in Tokyo Bay (1992).
The Night Flier, Gotham Café and Desperation.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features The Waking, plus reviews of Punisher #14, The Astounding Wolf-Man #21, Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost #1 of 3, Supernatural: Beginning’s End #1 and Ghostbusters: Tainted Love.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Christopher Moores’s Bite Me. Plus, reviews of American Zombie Gothic: The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of the Walking Dead in Popular Culture, Features from the Black Lagoon: The Film, its Sequels, the Spinoffs and the Memorabilia, Halloween: New Poems, Lesser Demons, In the Closet Under the Bed, The New Dead: A Zombie Anthology, How to Speak Zombie: A Guide for the Living, The Frenzy Way and Strange Magic.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
The Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato – Travelling Exhibit
Menu: The Toolbox Murders on Blu-ray.
Featuring Italian metalcore outfit Stigma. Blood Spattered Guide features A Nightmare on Elm Street composer Charles Bernstein. Plus reviews of The Entity OST, The Descent: Part 2 OST, Silent Night Bloody Night OST, The Caller OST, Calabrese, Nekrasov/Aderlating, Sons of Azrael, Disfigured Dead and The Beast of the Apocalypse.
Calling, Heavy Rain and Bioshock 2.
Carol J. Clover’s Men, Women, and Chain Saws: Gender in the Modern Horror Film. (1992)
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
10 new subscribers will win a 3-DVD prize pack containing The Daisy Chain, Smash Cut and Dread, courtesy of E1 Entertainment.