INSIDE ISSUE #39
CINEMA OF SCIENCE AND DISEASE
David Cronenberg revisits Rabid, his once-prophetic nightmare. Plus: 13 minutes with Marilyn Chambers, Rabid reviewed and the Complete Cronenberg!
by Jen Vuckovic and Rod Gudino
FLESH COLOURED HORROR
Introducing Junji Ito, arguably the greatest living horror manga artist in the world.
by Sam Costello, Jen Vuckovic and Dave Alexander
LEGENDS OF BLOOD AND PLASTIC
McFarlane Toys walks the fine line with the release of Monsters III: 6 Faces of Madness, a new toy line based on the world’s most notorious real-life criminals.
by Rod Gudino
RETURN OF THE SPLATTER SLAPSTICK!
Here it is, the newest entry in gore comedy: Dead & Breakfast, a tongue-in-cheek, bloodsoaked piece of hellish hilarity that rivals the likes of Dead Alive.
by Nathan Tyler and The Rue Morguette
SOMETHING FETID THIS WAY COMES
Swamp Thing is back – in basic black! DC Comics dredges up its legendary beast from the bog for another hellish run.
by Gary Butler
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND:
Two faces of horror.
Barker promises “intense” return to the genre, McKee readies The Woods for October release.
THE CORONER’S REPORT:
Weird stats and morbid facts. The Rue Morgue Sick Top Six Instances of Abnormal Birth.
Edward Gorey’s Dracula lunch box, Krypt Kiddies, Merch Monster baby doll tees, The Halloween group tombstones.
Presents reviews of The American Nightmare, Dawn of the Dead, Hellboy, The Passion of the Christ, Wisconsin Death Trip, Club Dread, Screaming Dead, Salem’s Lot, John Carpenter: Fear is just the Beginning, and more!
Mill of the Stone Women (1960)
Beloved cinematic trash.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS:
Graphic Classics: Edgar Allan Poe, Zacherley’s Midnite Terrors, Van Helsing’s Night Off. Hellblazer: Son of Man TPB, Bite Club #2 (of 6).
THE NINTH CIRCLE:
Spotlight on author Brian Keene, plus reviews of Peter Jackson: from prince of splatter to Lord of the Rings, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Companion, Fearing the Dark: The Val Lewton Career, Hollywood Horror, and more!
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR:
Lizzie Borden Bed & Breakfast Museum.
Menu: The Last Horror Movie.
Spotlight on Europe’s House of Horror Punk, plus reviews of Il Cartaio, The Rocky Horror Punk Rock Show, Donne Darko, ekromantix, Cornbugs, Rammstein, Groovie Ghoulies, Diemonsterdie, Bella Morte, Ghost Train.
The Suffering, Tenchu: Return from Darkness, Jack the Ripper.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street