INSIDE ISSUE #150
A DARKNESS DOWN UNDER
One of the most frightening films to come out of Australia, The Babadook brings us a boogeyman story from a rare female perspective. PLUS: The designer of Mr. Babadook himself takes us through the terrifying storybook at the centre of the film.
by April Snellings
THE DEVIL RIDES OUT
Horns star Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple join director Alexandre Aja to dish a few details on their adaptation of Joe Hill’s fable about dark secrets and even darker powers.
by Monica S. Kuebler
MONSTERS, MADNESS AND MELEE
Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami returns to the survival horror genre he helped create with The Evil Within. PLUS: The evolution of survival horror and The Art of The Evil Within.
by Mike Beardsall and Andrea Subissati
TERROR OVERTAKES TORONTO
We find out which 2014 Toronto International Film Festival genre titles are a must and which ones deserve a miss.
by Dave Alexander, Phil Brown, Ariel Fisher and Sean Plummer
Toronto International Film Festival 2014 and Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo.
by Dave Alexander and Fish Griwkowsky
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Boogeymen and bibliophiles.
Broadcast Thought teaches by psychoanalyzing movie boogeymen; New horror channel to launch in Canada; Rue Morgue’s France’s Fabian Delage launches alps-set horror film.
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Comic Book Movie Monsters.
Anatomical Heart Vase; Edgar Allan Poe Portrait Cuff; Blasphemous Air Freshener; Death Tarot Card Shirt
CineMacabre features See No Evil 2, plus reviews of Annabelle, The Dead 2, The Devil Incarnate, Hannibal: Season Two, The Damned, Cam2cam, America’s Alien Invasion, Alien From Area-51, and Alien Encounter at Loch Ness. Reissues features Prom Night and Graduation Day, and reviews of Eraserhead (1977), The Vincent Price Collection Volume II (1959-1972), Nightbreed: The Collector’s Cut, Prince of the Night (1988).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: Slaughter Hotel.
Dug Up: Deadly Blessing.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Sleepy Hollow, plus reviews of Empire of the Dead: Act Two #1, Aliens: Fire and Stone #1, ’68: Homefront #1 of 4, Criminal Macabre: The Third Child #1, and Pirouette #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Kim Newman’s An English Ghost Story. Library of the Damned gets between the covers of Nightmare Magazine’s Women Destroy Horror! issue. Plus reviews of David Cronenberg’s Consumed, Thomas Ligotti’s The Spectral Link, The Outer Limits at 50, Stephen King’s Mr. Mercedes, The Spectral Book of Horror Stories, The Cutting Room: Dark Reflections of the Silver Screen, Dave Zeltserman’s The Boy Who Killed Demons, Nicholas Kaufmann’s Die and Stay Dead, and Kristopher Rufty’s Proud Parents.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: Clive Barker: IMAGINER Paintings and Drawings Volume 1.
Menu: Revolution 666.
Featuring King Diamond. Listen to My Nightmare spins Nim Vind’s Saturday Night Seance. Plus reviews of The Doll OST, House of Usher OST, Videogram, Buddy Black, Lucifer Fulci, Unfinished Business, Necrophagia, Ninslaughter, and Boneyard.
Features Oculus Rift.
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE
20 new subscribers will win a copy of Slash’s new album World on Fire, courtesy of Universal Music Canada.
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