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VI DIRECT Catalog : Shivers : Shivers 2002

Shivers #100, Nov - Bumper 100th (Red) 2002 Shivers #100, Nov - Bumper 100th (Red) 2002
(Reference #H100)
Contents same as listed for H10A
A special celebration edition

Jeepers Creepers 2 – An excluvsive on-set report with director Victor Salva interview.
The League of Gentlemen – We talk to the makers about the third series, and the strange new characters.
Buffy – A look at how this programme has rewritten the Fantasy/Horror rule-book.
Horror Stars come out to Play – All the greats from the Horror world.
Halloween Resurrection – A look at the latest installment in the Halloween saga!
We skim over the past 100 issues and bring you some of the favourites…
Plus, two stunning Buffy covers to collect!

Plus! Disc for your DVD player containing The Silent Scream episode of the TV series Hammer House of Horror (UK subscribers get this cover version and disc.)
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Shivers #10A, Nov - Bumper 100th (Blue) 2002 Shivers #10A, Nov - Bumper 100th (Blue) 2002
(Reference #H10A)
Contents same as listed for H100
A special celebration edition

Jeepers Creepers 2 – An excluvsive on-set report with director Victor Salva interview.
The League of Gentlemen – We talk to the makers about the third series, and the strange new characters.
Buffy – A look at how this programme has rewritten the Fantasy/Horror rule-book.
Horror Stars come out to Play – All the greats from the Horror world.
Halloween Resurrection – A look at the latest installment in the Halloween saga!
We skim over the past 100 issues and bring you some of the favourites…
Plus, two stunning Buffy covers to collect!


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Shivers #99, October 2002 Shivers #99, October 2002
(Reference #H99)
Features
Screenwriter Ted Tally, who won an Oscar for The Silence of the Lambs, tells why he was first in line to work on the script for the new Lecter film Red Dragon. With a Red Dragon poster
Brian Cox played a very different Hannibal Lecter in Michael Mann’s 1986 Manhunter but it’s a role he still adores. Cox discusses Manhunter, plus his early Hammer work and his forthcoming films Ring and X-Men 2.
The maverick director Paul Morrissey talks about making films in 3-D, sex and the influence of Andy Warhol.
Cheri Montesanto-Medcalf and Matthew Mungle look back at their special effects make-up for the last seasons of The X-Files.
Some surprising developments in the new seasons of Angel and Buffy,
Denis Meikle, author of a new book on Jack the Ripper, discusses the enduring mystery of the Victorian murders.
A preview of some spooky and sinister films coming soon, including the US remake of The Ring and underwater monsters in Below.
Meet John Constantine, Humanity’s most unlikely champion, who appeared in DC Comic’s Hellblazer series and is now bound for the big screen.
Acclaimed Horror author Fowler discusses his forthcoming work, including the Plastic, Brick Water trilogy and a mystery set in London’s Palace Theatre called Looking for Lucifer.
Regulars
In The Fright of Your Life Jonathan Rigby recoils in horror from a different kind of eight-legged freak in John Barrymore’s 1920 film of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.
In Pitt of Horror Ingrid Pitt remembers colleagues John Frankenheimer and Maurice Denham, who died recently. And Kim Newman investigates the Apocalypse movies made in the US ‘Bible belt’.
And 10 pages of reviews!
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Shivers #98, August/September 2002 Shivers #98, August/September 2002
(Reference #H98)
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Nicholas Brendon discusses the highs and lows of playing Xander Harris through six seasons. Death Watch – ”A confined setting is a classic genre situation ripe with possibilities.” Début director Michael Bassett on his WWI Horror movie. Nine Lives – Another first-time director, Andrew Green, talks on the set of his ghostly chiller. Christopher Lee – Shivers met Horror’s grand master during his appearance at the Brussels Fantasy Film Festival. David Greenwalt – Angel’s co-creator talks at the launch of Season Three on VHS. Christopher Fowler – The author on his novels Soho Black and Disturbia and the frustrations of the film world. Fright Fest Preview – Alan Jones on the blood, sweat and tears of assembling London’s premier Horror weekend! Plus: Jonathan Rigby finds echoes of Dracula in Billy Wilder’s Sunset Boulevard, Ingrid Pitt goes to Chicago and the Fantastic Film Festival, and Kim Newman investigates The Night of the Devils. With news, reviews and more…
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Shivers #97, June/July 2002 Shivers #97, June/July 2002
(Reference #H97)
Resident Evil – Enter the Hive and face the Red Queen, the Licker and a host of zombies! Wendigo – Indie film-maker Larry Fessenden on bringing his style to the legend of the forest shape-shifter. Geoffrey Bayldon – The Catweazle actor reflects on sinister roles including Hammer and Amicus films. TV Gothic – David McGillivray returns to discuss the oft-forgotten power of Horror on British TV. Christopher Fowler – the novelist behind the ‘London Gothic’ genre talks to Shivers... Has Buffy jumped the shark? Keith Topping argues that even in Season 6, Buffy can still surprise and shock… Chiller Theatre – A report on the US Horror/Fantasy con featuring Linda Blair and George Lazenby. Udo Kier – The German star of Andy Warhol’s Dracula and British thriller Revelation, on stage at London’s ICA . Also: Kim Newman on Le Testament du Docteur Cordelier (Jean Renoir’s 1959 version of Jekyll & Hyde), Ingrid Pitt on working in CG animé with Dominator, and Jonathan Rigby’s The Fright of Your Life on The Irrefutable Truth About Demons, plus news and reviews.
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Shivers #96, April/May 2002 Shivers #96, April/May 2002
(Reference #H96)
Vampire-packed edition! Queen of the Damned – Producer Jorge Saralegui & director Michael Rymer on making a second Vampire Chronicles film, starring the late Aaliyah. Angel – How fatherhood is changing life in Season 3 for Hollywood's hottest vampire... Blade 2 – Wesley Snipes' half-vampire, half-human hero is back for more, directed by Guillermo Del Toro. Plus directors interviewed: Nick Willing on Doctor Sleep, and part 2 of David Cronenberg on Spider. Behind-the-scenes features: London's first Make-Up Artists' Trade Fair, with Dick Smith and Stuart Freeborn; Carla Gugino on Stan Winston's She-Creature; Neil Marshall's Dog Soldiers previewed. Regulars include Kim Newman's Opinion on Creature Features, Ingrid Pitt back in the Victorian underworld and Jonathan Rigby on Cronenberg's Rabid in The Fright of Your Life. Plus up-to-the-minute news and reviews of the latest Horror on DVD, Film and TV, and a pull-out poster of the Angel cover.
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Shivers #95, February/March 2002 Shivers #95, February/March 2002
(Reference #H95)
The End of The X-Files – With Chris Carter confirming that Season 9 is the last, we talk to regulars Mitch Pileggi and Cary Elwes. The Gathering – director Brian Gilbert on his atmospheric chiller set in a sinister English village, with Christina Ricci. David Cronenberg exclusive! – Horror’s most consistently stylish director on his return with Spider, a UK-shot thriller, discussing stars Miranda Richardson and Ralph Fiennes, plus his influences. Buffy’s obsession – the latest twists in the life of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, including her fatal-ish attraction for Spike. Boy Meets Girl – the making of a disturbing British movie, featuring systematic torture, and how the climate of censorship has changed. Peter Straub – One of Horror and Fantasy's leading writers on collaborating with Stephen King for new novel The Black House. Plus the regulars: – Pitt of Horror, Fright of Your Life (on Les Diaboliques), Kim Newman on From Hell's many influences , a cover poster celebrating the last season of The X-Files, and 11 pages of Reviews.
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Shivers #94, January 2002 Shivers #94, January 2002
(Reference #H94)
From Hell – Effects wizards Gorton and Painter discuss working on the Jack the Ripper movie, with remarkable (and grisly) pictures. Plus a pull-out poster of our cover montage! Dagon – Director Stuart Gordon & producer Brian Yuzna on filming the dark world of HP Lovecraft in Spain. Session 9 – Actor/producer Steve Gevedon plus Josh Lucas on a contemporary Horror set in a disused mental hospital. Angel – A look at the third season's new burdens (and surprises) for the vampire-with-a-soul, plus Reviews of new Buffy and Angel. Dr Terrible’s House of Horrible – We talk to writer Graham Duff, creator of the BBC’s comedy Horror show starring Steve Coogan. Sitges Report – Alan Jones's debriefing on Europe's premier Horror festival: high praise for some films, no cigars for others. Universal Horror icons – How Madame Tussaud’s paid tribute to Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff, with the team behind the new wax portraits. Plus Kim Newman on 2001's peripheral films, Ingrid Pitt on Anthony Shaffer, Jonathan Rigby on The Terror of Dr Hichcock and 10 pages of reviews.
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