INSIDE ISSUE #76
UP FROM UNDERGROUND
Spotlight on Indie Horror: With a shoestring budget and huge aspirations, director Jim Mickle and his guerrilla crew took to the streets of New York to make Mulberry Street, an intelligent, socially conscious, apocalyptic rat-virus movie. Plus: A look at The Living and the Dead, The Lost and After Dark’s 8 Films to Die For.
by Mitch Davis, Kier-La Janisse, Dave Alexander, James Grainger, Last Chance Lance, Justine Warwick and Brad Abraham
MASSACRE AT HAMILTON HIGH
Director Paul Lynch tells the story of creating Prom Night, Canada’s first slasher franchise, in all of its early `80s, low-budget glory. Plus: An interview with composer Paul Zaza, reviews of the sequels and a preview of the in-name-only remake.
by James Burrell
ILLUSTRATING THE INDESCRIBABLE
A Lovecraft Retrospective collects 85 years of art influenced by the Dark Prince of Providence.
by Monica S. Kuebler
ROLLING WITH THE REAPER
Want a send-off that reflects your freewheelin’ lifestyle? Try a hearse bike.
by Last Chance Lance
NOTE FROM UNDERGROUND:
Screenwriting duo scares up new Argento and Carpenter films; Director Bruce LaBruce expands gay art-porn canon to include zombies.
THE CORONER’S REPORT:
Weird stats and morbid facts. The Rue Morgue Sick Top Six Instances of Acid Anguish.
Marvel Zombies Action Figures, Sticks and Stones Onesies, Virtual Formaldehyde/Dead Aquarium, Dead Guy Ale
CineMacabre presents reviews of Cloverfield, I Am Legend, The Orphanage, One Missed Call, Spiral, Catacombs, Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem, The Blood Shed, Lake Placid 2, Hack!, Fallen Angels, Die and Let Live, Days of Darkness, Day X, and more! Reissues: reviews of Tragic Ceremony, Guru the Mad Monk, The Nude Vampire, The Loreley’s Grasp, Killing Spree, Swamp Thing: The Series, Ricco the Mean Machine, and more!
Earth vs. The Flying Saucers (1956).
Spotlight: The Alternative Top Ten Chair-Jumpers.
BLOOD IN FOUR COLOURS:
Spotlight: Halloween. Plus reviews of The Evil Dead, High Moon, Innocent Vol. 1 TPB, Therefore Repent! and The Killing Joke – Special Edition.
THE NINTH CIRCLE:
Spotlight: Brian Keene’s Dark Hollow. Plus reviews of Chicago TV Horror Movie Shows: From Shock Theatre to Svengoolie, Tales from the Cult Film Trenches, Dr. A.C. Presents Horror 101, Haunted America, Haunted Heritage, Michael A. Arnzen’s Proverbs for Monsters, Gerard Houarner’s Road From Hell, and more!
TRAVELOGUE OF TERROR:
The World Famous Frankenstein 1818 Pub – Edinburgh, Scotland.
Menu: Horror Rises from the Tomb (1972).
Spotlight: James Fisher’s Aberrant. Reviews of La morte ha fatto l`uovo OST, The Other Side OST, Halloween III: Season of the Witch OST, The Monster Squad OST, Zombie Battle Axe, The Scared Stiffs, Horrorpops, Horror of 59, Zombie (live), and Cavalera Conspiracy.
Dementium: The Ward, Half-Life 2: Zombie Panic and Parasites Unleashed.
Rene Laloux and Roland Topor’s The Savage Planet.