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VI DIRECT Catalog : Shivers : Shivers 2000

Shivers #84, December 2000 Shivers #84, December 2000
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The Company of Wolves – We take a look back at Neil Jordan's scary fairy tale. Lost Souls – Janusz Kaminski turns to Horror to direct Winona Ryder and Ben Chaplin in Lost Souls, a terrifying tale of exorcism. Universal Hallowe'en Horror – We venture into the Buffy maze at Universal studios, with comments from Giles, Willow and Whedon. Brian Clemens – Creator of The Avengers discusses his Horror films, including Dr Jekyll & Sister Hyde and Captain Kronos. Urban Legend: Final Cut – We meet stars Jennifer Morrison, former teen idol Joseph Lawrence and Loretta Devine. Strange Love – The stunning art of Claudia Andrei.
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Shivers #83, November - Bumper 2000 Shivers #83, November - Bumper 2000
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80 pages celebrating Hallowe’en in style. Dario Argento – exclusive talk with the King of Euro-Horror, back to his roots with I Can’t Sleep. Angel – how the Buffy spin-off developed. Buffy – writers Dean Batali & Rob Des Hotel on creating Snyder and transforming Oz. Joe Dante on Mario Bava's worldwide appeal. The Bunker – writer Clive Dawson & director Rob Green unveil British Horror starring Jason Flemyng. Brains in Bottles – Curt Siodmak’s legacy. Cannibals – Kim Newman explores eat-me films from Texas Chainsaw Massacre to Cannibal Ferox. Brotherhood of the Wolf – director Christophe Gans talks, Pt. 2. Blair Witch 2 – Jeff Donovan on taking part in the sequel, Book of Shadows. Universal Horror Mazes – spooky Hallowe’en attractions (aided by Joss Whedon and Clive Barker) unveiled. Plus The People Under the Stairs, Ingrid Pitt takes tea with Robert Englund and Fright of Your Life: Fulci’s zombiefest The Beyond.
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Shivers #82, October 2000 Shivers #82, October 2000
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The Cell – Director Tarsem Singh on creating a serial killer's fantasy mindscape in the hit film starring Jennifer Lopez. Brotherhood of the Wolf – director Christophe Gans on his tale of the Beast. What Lies Beneath – Harrison Ford on taking a spooky lead role. Bless the Child – director Chuck Russell on weaving supernatural spells with Kim Basinger. Tigon Terrors – classic British Seventies Horror revisited, part 2. Plus part 2 of our Nightbreed retrospective, Kim Newman on Orson Welles' radio Dracula, FrightFest 2000 and 11 pages of reviews, Fright of Your Life on Mystery of the Wax Museum, and a poster of our Jennifer Lopez cover.
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Shivers #81, September 2000 Shivers #81, September 2000
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Nightbreed. We revisit Clive Barker’s film about the fabulous realm of Midian. Tigon Terrors – the British company that rivalled Hammer. We examine their Sorcerers and Witchfinder General. Frankenhooker – New on DVD, this sexy spoof from Basket Case director Frank Henenlotter. Pupi Avati – More from the acclaimed Italian maestro of Horror and Fantasy. What Lies Beneath – Robert Zemeckis' supernatural hit previewed. Fright Fest 2000 – the biggest London Horror film festival for years! The Thirteenth Sign – Meet Adam Mason, co-director of this new British indie feature. Plus Ingrid Pitt, Kim Newman, 11 pages of reviews and Full Circle in Fright of Your Life.
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Shivers #80, August 2000 Shivers #80, August 2000
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Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Alyson Hannigan on the secrets of Willow, our favourite teen sorceresss. Pupi Avati – The Italian master talks on set for Knights of the Quest. Lost Souls – Janusz Kaminski's chilling film starring Winona Ryder and Ben Chaplin. Ring – Sadako’s fury is unleashed in this excellent Japanese Horror. Michael Ripper – a tribute to Hammer’s longtime supporting player. Angel Heart – Alan Parker’s bewitching blend of film noir and Horror with Rourke and De Niro revisited. Hollow Man – Paul Verhoeven takes the Invisible Man into a new and terrifying dimension. Plus ten pages of reviews and our usual columns.
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Shivers #79, July 2000 Shivers #79, July 2000
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The Evil Dead – the making (and banning) of the 1980's most maligned video nasty, plus poster of Bruce Campbell as Ash. Jorge Grau – the Spanish master of terror on Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, and more. X-Men – director Bryan Singer reveals the mutants' secrets. Vampyres – meet beautiful ladies with a thirst for blood in our retrospective on Larraz's 1974 chiller. Supernova – troubled history of the outer-space shocker. Peter Cushing appreciation continued, Kim Newman on clichιs, and Ingrid Pitt at the Dracula Congress in Romania.
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Shivers #78, June 2000 Shivers #78, June 2000
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Peter Cushing – the original Vampire Slayer! Reassessing the life of Horror's Gentleman, Part 1, with unpublished photos. Ed Gein – behind-the-scenes on the startling film about the notorious killer. Frequency – Toby Emmerich on his ghostly broadcasting project. Urban Gothic – producer Steve Matthews on the Channel 5 anthology's genesis. American Psycho – how Bret Easton Ellis's novel made it to the cinemas. Plus Charles Gray remembered, and Buffy The Vampire Slayer's fairy-tale episode Hush goes under the scalpel. Final cover and contents shown.
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Shivers #77, May - Bumper 2000 Shivers #77, May - Bumper 2000
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Bumper edition! Includes Buffy The Vampire Slayer / Angel – David Boreanaz and Anthony Stewart Head interviewed, plus Joss Whedon (part 2), Mayor Harry Groener and author Christopher Golden. Piρata – the Hillenbrand makers of Nicholas Brendon's Mexican-styled monster movie give an exclusive preview. Urban Gothic – new British TV horrors from Tom de Ville. Final Destination – Death is the enemy in Morgan & Wong's teen terrifier. Spanish Horror surveyed in a fascinating beginner's guide.
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Shivers #76, April 2000 Shivers #76, April 2000
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Nightmare on Elm Street – the secrets of Wes Craven's landmark original. Buffy and Angel – Part 1 of a special interview with creator Joss Whedon. English Gothic – Jonathan Rigby on his new book recalling 100 Best British Horrors. The Ninth Gate – our preview unravels Polanski's macabre chiller. Pitch Black – meet the newest Outer Space movie monster. Plus: Murder Rooms – the dark beginnings of Sherlock Holmes, The Hunger, columns from Ingrid Pitt and Kim Newman, and eight pages of reviews.
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Shivers #75, March 2000 Shivers #75, March 2000
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Jason X: Friday the 13th producer Sean S Cunningham on his masked killer's genesis and new voyage. The Green Mile – Director Frank Darabont and his cast, led by Tom Hanks, on the Stephen King supernatural drama. The Hunger – producer Jeff Fazio reveals secrets behind his sexy and chilling anthology. Lord of Illusions – Clive Barker's 1995 film mixing film noir and Horror, revisited. Plus faces of Frankenstein, Hammer Lives!, Prints of darkness for classic horror authors, 9 pages of reviews.
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Shivers #74, February 2000 Shivers #74, February 2000
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Gormenghast – Christopher Lee and Jonathan Rhys Meyers on bringing Mervyn Peake's weird Fantasy to life for the BBC. The League of Gentlemen – Are you local? Visit the wild world of TV comedy's darkest half-hour with Mark Gatiss and Steve Pemberton. Naked Lunch – How David Cronenberg filmed the unfilmable. Jeffrey Combs – Confessions of a Re-Animator, plus grisly poster! The Nameless – Jaume Balaguero's chiller previewed. Victor Buono – hollywood heavyweight's career reviewed.
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Shivers #73, January 2000 Shivers #73, January 2000
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Sleepy Hollow: Johnny Depp on playing Ichabod Crane in Tim Burton's decap-tivating movie, plus costume designer Colleen Attwood & stuntman Nick Attwood. Brian Yuzna: the director of gore-fest Society on setting up a new Hammer style studio in Spain. End of Days: cast & crew on the millennial supernatural movie, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. Dogma: Kevin Smith's anarchic film that unites Ben Affleck, Matt Damon and Alan Rickman's apocalyptic Angels examined. Stir of Echoes: David Koepp's film about a man haunted by a sinister figure previewed. PLUS: News, reviews of The Sixth Sense, Carrie 2 and Sleepy Hollow, Tom Baker’s new book, and new tv including Angel and The X-Files’ Season 7.
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