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VI DIRECT Catalog : Shivers : Shivers 1998

Shivers #60, December 1998 Shivers #60, December 1998
(Reference #H60)
Short Supply

Blade – writer David Goyer on the making of the latest vampire-hunting phenomenon, plus his Quatermass script. Buffy's David Boreanaz looks forward to an Angel spin-off series. The Exorcist – We go back 25 years to chronicle the genesis of thie classic. Alan Jones reports on the projects unveiled at Sitges 98. Plus: Thorley Walters – Hammer's comic gentleman, advance sketches for Phantasm Oblivion, and 60 favourite moments from Horror history for our 60th issue.
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Shivers #59, November 1998 Shivers #59, November 1998
(Reference #H59)
Halloween: H20 – Chris Durand, aka masked killer Michael Myers, on working with Jamie Lee Curtis to revive a Horror icon. Plus: behind-the-scenes of John Carpenter’s original Halloween (1978), Kim Newman's disturbed screening and a pull-out poster. Ultraviolet – writer/director Joe Ahearne on his modern-day TV vampires. Director Michael Haneke on his disturbing Funny Games. How Quentin Tarantino revived Fulci's The Beyond. Alicia Witt on Urban Legend.
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Shivers #58, October 1998 Shivers #58, October 1998
(Reference #H58)
SORRY SOLD OUT
Angel – examining Buffy's charismatic vampire, with pull-out poster. William Friedkin on The Exorcist, 25 years on. Stephen King on Bag of Bones, film adaptations and his latest TV projects. Disturbing Behaviour – X-Files director David Nutter on his debut feature. Cube reviewed and director Vincento Atali interviewed. Kim Newman on Val Lewton. Ingrid Pitt on the X-Files movie.
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Shivers #57, Bumper issue September 1998 Shivers #57, Bumper issue September 1998
(Reference #H57)
Phantoms – Director Joe Chappelle; Species 2 – Producer Frank Mancuso, director Peter Medak and pull-out poster of Eve. Doug Bradley on Pinhead and other Horror roles. Joseph Ross – make-up secrets from An American Werewolf in London to Event Horizon. Buffy The Vampire Slayer's first TV episode and Cronenberg's Rabid re-assessed. Plus Cube, Kim Newman on Godzilla and 11 pages of reviews (64-page issue).
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Shivers #56, August 1998 Shivers #56, August 1998
(Reference #H56)
SORRY SOLD OUT
Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Sarah Michelle Gellar, Horror's hottest heroine, profiled. Plus a Buffy and Angel poster. John Carpenter – interview part 2. The Devils – Depravity, demons and mad nuns in Ken Russell’s 1970's shocker. Hammer’s 40th Anniversary reunion reported. Killer B's in London. The X-Files: Season Five's thrilling conclusion unravelled.
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Shivers #55, July 1998 Shivers #55, July 1998
(Reference #H55)
Very Short Supply
John Carpenter's Vampires – interview with Dennis Etchison part 1. Behind the scenes on Mimic including some production sketches. Godzilla – pull-out poster and a behind the scenes special effects feature. X-Files 'Paper Clip' conspiracy arc examined. Wishmaster FX secrets. Razor Blade Smile – Jake West's British Vampire thriller. Perdita Durango – From director Alex De la Iglesia. Plus The Pitt of Horror and Previews of Perdita Durango and Razor Blade Smile.
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Shivers #54, June 1998 Shivers #54, June 1998
(Reference #H54)
Wishmaster – Peter Atkins worked his writing magic on Wes Craven's gore fest, and how the skeleton walked. Hammer's House of Horror – Britain's most famous horror film company goes on-line. The Crazies – George Romero spreads a man made virus around a small town. The Outer Limits – Writer and Producer Joseph Stefano talks about the success of the multi genre show. Motel Hell – Comedy meets cannibalism in this 80's shlock fest. Argento's Phantom – A Phantom of the Opera remake. Plus Poster – Wishmaster.
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Shivers #53, May 1998 Shivers #53, May 1998
(Reference #H53)
Summer of Horror – Genesis, Species II, Deep Rising, Sisters and The X-Files: Fight the Future. Ken Russell – Ingrid Pitt gets the inside knowledge on the top director. Species II – The special effects of this alien horror movie. Genesis – Behind the scenes on Nacho Cerda's Gothic horror based on Pygmalion. Deep Rising – We attack monster director Stephen Sommers. Sisters – Brian De Palma is doing it for himself. Hellraiser – Scriptwriter Peter Atkins talks about his work on the troubled movie. Poster – The X-Files. Plus – Ingrid's Pitt of Horror and The Fright of your Life.
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Shivers #52, April 1998 Shivers #52, April 1998
(Reference #H52)
Scream 2 – Scriptwriter Kevin Williamson on making a second genre homage with Wes Craven. Plus exclusive poster. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Grooming the undead with make-up artist Todd McIntosh: Part 2, with Todd's own pictures. Ken Russell – What is Horror? The British scare supremo talks exclusively to Ingrid Pitt. Christopher Lee – Ol' red eyes on Karloff, singing and turning down Airplane. The Nanny – Hammer's classic 1960s nursery shocker starring Bette Davis. Plus Tod Browning's The Ugly, The X-Files, The Devil-Doll.
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Shivers #51, March 1998 Shivers #51, March 1998
(Reference #H51)
SORRY SOLD OUT
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – behind-the-scenes with Todd McIntosh plus poster, Barbara Steele, Hellraiser IV from script to screen.
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Shivers #50, Celebration issue February 1998 Shivers #50, Celebration issue February 1998
(Reference #H50)
70-page full-colour issue with fold-out celebration poster! Christopher Lee recalls his legendary career: 6-page interview feature. Texas Chainsaw Massacre – Tobe Hooper's seminal shocker exhumed. Carry On Screaming – Britain's neglected horror comedy celebrated. Talos The Mummy – on-set report from Alan Jones, himself a Pharoah in Russ Mulcahy's film. Hellraiser 4 – a troubled path from script to screen uncovered. Plus new reviews section and the Shivers story so far, with star guest messages.


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Shivers #49, January 1998 Shivers #49, January 1998
(Reference #H49)
The X-Files – Mulder is on the case for Season 5 episodes Redux II and Unusual Suspects. The Ugly – Director Scott Reynolds discusses his work. Nosferatu – Composer James Bernard on restoring this silent classic. Hammer at MOMI – Hammer horror hits the London's Museum of Moving Image. Its Alive – Larry Cohen's mutant baby runs amok. Alien Resurrection – Looking at the book that reveals secrets. Poltergeist – Our season 1 guide continued. Barbara Steele – We spill the guts of the High Priestess of Horror. Poster – Hammer Horror Heroes and Villains.


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