INSIDE ISSUE #106
THE ART OF ATROCITY
A new wave of rage-fuelled cinema is rearing its head in Serbia. Ultra-violent, explicit and psychologically crushing, one movie in particular has left a trail of devastation in its wake. Steel yourself for A Serbian Film.PLUS: The Life and Death of a Porno Gang and a guide to Serbian horror cinema. by Dejan Ognjanovic
TOGETHER IN THE SHADOW OF GIANTS
Romantic entanglements meet tentacled mayhem in Gareth Edward’s epic indie creature feature Monsters. by Sean Plummer
ONLY WOMEN BLEED
The only feminist slasher series gets the special edition treatment with the release of The Slumber Party Massacre Collection. We track down the women behind the “Ultimate Driller Killer Thrillers.”by April Snellings
HORROR COMES TO HOGTOWN
The 2010 Toronto International Film Festival previewed some of the most anticipated and under-the-radar genre movies. Adjust your anticipation accordingly, fright fans… by Dave Alexander, Stuart F. Andrews, Todd Brown, Liisa Ladouceur and Trevor Tuminski
MY HORROR HAREM
Dani Filth celebrates Cradle of Filth’s new album – based on the demoness Lilith – by rounding up his top ten favourite women in horror movies. by Dani Filth and Trevor Tuminski
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
On the offensive.
The Thing prequel aims to replicate world of original film; The Dark Tower saga set to return in multiple formats; FX legend Greg Nicotero adds ‘director’ to resume.
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Diminutive Devilspawn.
Necronomicox, Proton Pack Backpack, Monster Kookies Jewellery, Zombie Sock Monkeys.
CineMacabre puts Fangoria’s FrightFest imprint to the test. Plus reviews of Hatchet II, Let Me In, Devil, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Case 39, 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, After.Life, Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash, Bikini Bloodbath Christmas and Bikini Bloodbath on Ice. Reissues features Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House and Don Sharp’s Psychomania, plus reviews of The Twilight Zone: Season 1 (1959) Blu-ray, Gamera vs. Gyaos (1967)/Gamera vs. Viras (1968), King Kong (1933) Blu-ray and Mad Ron’s Prevues From Hell (1987).
The Soul of a Monster (1944).
The Pit (1981).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Nosferatu, plus reviews of Weird War Tales #1, The Scourge #1, Eeek!, It! The Terror from Beyond Space #3 and Pinocchio: Vampire Slayer and The Great Puppet Theater.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: J.W. Ocker’s The New England Grimpendium. Library of the Damned takes on Banned Books Week. Plus, reviews of A Critical History and Filmography of Toho’s Godzilla Series, Horror Movie Freak, Scary Science: 25 Creepy Experiments, Reggie Oliver’s Dramas From the Depths, F.G. Cottam’s Dark Echo, Michael Marano’s Stories from the Plague Years, David Moody’s Autumn and The Art of Drew Struzan.
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR
Whitby Dracula Walk – Whitby, England.
The Law and Inner Depravity.
Featuring Pennsylvanian horror screamo band Motionless in White. The Blood-Spattered Guide spotlights tomandandy, composers for Resident Evil: Afterlife. Plus reviews of Resident Evil: Afterlife OST, The Wicker Man (1973) OST, Prelude to a Nightmare, Phantom 13, Mad Tea Party, Gravewurm, Diskreet, Nocturnal Blood and GWAR.
Featuring Saw II: Flesh & Blood, plus reviews of Twisted Lands: Shadow Town and Mage: The Awakening.
The Rolling Stones’ Sympathy for the Devil.
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE!
20 new subscribers will win Lost Boys: The Thirst on Blu-ray.