INSIDE ISSUE #126
Brandon Cronenberg’s Antiviral sees disease, technology and celebrity worship mutate into a New Flesh nightmare for the 21st century.
PLUS: Hunger, sleep deprivation and pain – Antiviral star Caleb Landry Jones on playing disease bootlegger Syd March, and more.
by Dave Alexander, Trevor Tuminski and Ariel Esteban Cayer
ALL CREATURES GREAT AND TALL
To mark the 40th anniversary of the original Stan Winston Studio, the legendary character creator’s son celebrates his legacy of mind-blowing creature craft.
by Jamison Ryan and Trevor Tuminski
Time for a sneak peek at the maddest horror movies on the horizon, courtesy of our annual pilgrimage to Montreal’s legendary genre film festival.
by Dave Alexander, Mario Degiglio-Bellemare, Paul Corupe, Michele Galgana, Andy Mauro and Tal Zimerman
ANOTHER ONE FOR THE FIRE
Zombie Burger owner George Formaro celebrates one year of asking customers,”D’ya want brains with that?”
by Melissa Cocetta
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND
More human than human.
Oliver Stone’s son plays himself in his ghostly debut feature; New Ontario-based animation house reviving stop-motion monsters; Zombie-themed cruise sets sail in January.
THE CORONER’S REPORT
Weird stats and morbid facts. Sick Top Six: Stan Winston’s coolest creatures.
Skull Violin, Alien Chopstick, Bigfoot Air Freshener, and Prefectly Random Jewellery.
CineMacabre features reviews of V/H/S, The Tall Man, The Victim, Some Guy Who Kills People, The River: The Complete First Season, ATM, Midnight Son, Scalene, Ratline, Black Rat, and Rat Scratch Fever. Reissues reviews Jaws (1975), Altered States (1980), Brainstorm (1983), and Tales That Witness Madness (1973).
THE LATE-NITE ARCHIVE
It Came from Outer Space (1953).
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS
Features Pinocchio, Vampire Killer Volume 3: Of Wood and Blood, plus reviews of Revival #1, Eerie Comics #1, The Infernal Man-Thing #1 of 3, Hoax Hunters #1, and Hellblazer #292.
THE NINTH CIRCLE
Spotlight: Dark Faith: Invocations. Library of the Damned looks for the Devil in the genre. Plus, reviews of The Vampire Film: Undead Cinema, Kier-La Janisse’s House of Psychotic Women, Horror and the Horror Film, A Book of Horrors, Corey Redekop’s Husk, Stefan Grabinski’s On the Hill of Roses, Rob Deborde’s Portlandtown: A Tale of the Oregon Wyldes, and The Ultimate Dead Baby Joke Book.
THE FRIGHT GALLERY
Raiding the ’80s with Slasher Design.
Menu: Death Metal’s Goriest Platters.
Featuring glam-rock ghouls The 69 Eyes. The Devil’s Playlist calls out Scum of the Earth’s Riggs. Plus, reviews of Rosemary’s Baby OST, Prometheus OST, Johnny Flesh & The Redneck Zombies, Bloodsucking Zombies from Outer Space, Calabrese, Rob Zombie, Grave, and The Forsaken.
Features reviews of The Secret World and Deadlight.
On the Beach (1959).
GIVEAWAYS THIS ISSUE
15 new subscribers will win a copy of The Cabin in the Woods on Blu-ray courtesy of Lionsgate.