INSIDE ISSUE #136
BEASTS AT THE DOOR
Nearly two years after its world premiere lit up the midnight audience at the Toronto International Film Festival, You’re Next brings its home invasion horror to theatres.
PLUS: We untangle the intersecting resumes of the You’re Next gang, and V/H/S/2 reviewed.
by Dave Alexander, Trevor Tuminski, Scott Feinblatt and Sam Costello
WORLDWIDE MONSTER WAR
Guillermo del Toro pits mechs against kaiju creatures in Pacific Rim, his biggest film yet.
PLUS: A look at Irish sea-monster comedy Grabbers, in which the only way to avoid being tasted, is to get wasted.
by Michael Doyle and Phil Brown
After his stalled Nazi zombies project Worst Case Scenario, Richard Raaphorst returns with new WWII horrors in Frankenstein’s Army.
PLUS: The Frankenstein Theory reviewed.
by Peter Gutierrez and Dave Alexander
In time for the 20th anniversary of the TV series’ premiere, The X-Files gets a tenth season – in comic books.
by Monica S. Kuebler
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
Storming the Castle.
Harryhausen art show coming to Los Angeles; FX Artist Tom Woodruff, Jr. to helm first feature; J.T. Petty scripts upcoming survival horror game.
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Bio-Mechanical Monsters.
Zombie Wine Bottle Holder; Silence of the Lambs Wines; Elvira Coffin Purse; VHS Horror Pillows.
CineMacabre features Tourist Trap, World War Z, The Conjuring, Dead Souls, Night of the Living Ed, Axe Giant: the Wrath of Paul Bunyan, and more! Reissues reviews Castle Freak (1995), Soft for Digging (2001) and Hands of the Ripper (1971).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
In The Vault: And Then There Were None.
Dug Up: The Alligator People.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features The Man Who Laughs, plus reviews of The Extinction Parade #1, Baltimore: The Inquisitor, Breath of Bones: A Tale of the Golem #1 of 3, Six-Gun Gorilla #1 of 6, and the Wake #1.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Alexander Gordon Smith’s The Fury. Library of the Damned gets haunted. Plus, reviews of Fervid Filmmaking: 66 Cult Pictures of Vision, Verve and No Self-Restraint, Hauntings, Peter Cushing: A Life in Film, Seth Patrick’s Reviver, and more!
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
On Display: Jason Edmiston, Part II.
Menu: Michael MagGot.
Featuring Marco Beltrami’s World War Z score. Listen to My Nightmare turns the spotlight on Midnight Syndicate. Plus reviews of Dark Skies OST, Last Exorcism 2 OST, Goatcraft, Keep Our Heads compilation, Black Sabbath, Pest, Necronomicon, and Gulaggh.
Features reviews of The Last of Us and State of Decay.
Mike Oldfield’s “Tubular Bells.”
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE
20 New Subscribers will win a copy of The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh courtesy of Anchor Bay Entertainment.
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