INSIDE ISSUE #143
THE PINES AND LAURA PALMER
To celebrate 25 years of the ultimate cult TV show, we pull up a piece of pie with cast and crew from David Lynch’s Twin Peaks. PLUS: Laura Palmer, herself, Sheryl Lee, on the death, life and afterlife of the murdered prom queen who changed television, and Ray Wise reflects on playing demonically possessed loving father Leland Palmer.
by Andy Burns
The ultra gory zombies-in-‘Nam comic ’68 soldiers on with fresh hells in its rotten universe. PLUS: The upcoming graphic novel FUBAR: Mother Russia pits a lone Soviet sniper against a legion of zombies.
by April Snellings
EYES DECEIVE YOU
In Mike Flanagan’s evil mirror movie Oculus, nothing is as it seems.
by Sean Plummer
Skull-lover Justin Kamerer captures the beauty in decay with his deathly elaborate illustrations.
by Moaner T. Lawrence
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Horror anthology to explore Mexican folklore; Interactive game provides Saw-like trap scenarios; Barbara Crampton, Lisa Marie and Larry Fessenden in new haunted house film.
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Claw-Hammer Casualties.
Beast of Boggy Creek sculpture; Ram Priest zip-up hoodie; Ouija coffee table; Twin Peaks iPhone/iPad case.
CineMacabre features a gore sequel showdown with The Raid: Berandal vs. 300: Rise of an Empire, plus reviews of Odd Thomas, Bad Milo!, Reel Zombies, Big Ass Spider, Scorned, Banshee Chapter, Murder Universary, Unsolved, and Killing Twice: A Deadhunter Chronicle. Reissues features reviews of Darkman (1990), Brutalization (1973), Cat People (1982), and Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: King Kong Escapes.
Dug Up: The Crawling Eye.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Veil, plus reviews of Empire of the Dead #1, The Creature Commandos! TPB, Dexter Down Under #1 of 5, Lobster Johnson: Satan Smells a Rat, and Undertow #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Simon Strantzas’ Burnt Black Suns. Library of the Damned looks back at Scott Westerfeld’s Peeps. Plus, reviews of Hidden Horror, It Came From 1957: A Critical Guide to the Year’s Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, Psycho, The Birds and Halloween: The Intimacy of Terror in Three Classic Films, Matthew Gillies’ The Electric Coma Dream, Jeffrey Thomas’ Ghosts of Punktown, Dark Duets, Whitney A. Miller’s The Violet Hour, Steve Rasnic Tem’s Blood Kin, and Christopher Golden’s Snowblind.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: David Lynch art exhibit.
Menu: Am I Evil, Slaughter Daughter, and 7th Day.
Featuring The Independents. Listen to My Nightmare resurrects Anthrax’s Black Lodge single. Plus reviews of Out of the Aeons: Music From a New Dark Age, Vol 1, Dead Rising 3 OST, Blue Sunshine OST, Johnny Hollow, God Module, The Godfathers, Cannabis Corpse/Ghoul split, Occult 45/Drones for Queens split, and Macabre.
Features The Last of Us: Left Behind DLC, Our Darker Purpose, and 99 Levels to Hell.
The New Twilight Zone: “Gramma.”
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE
15 new subscribers will win a copy of The Independents’ Into the Light CD, courtesy of Suki Records.