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Issue #101 • ships from Nov 21 2002
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Ghost Ship

• “I think we have to understand that this is a giant Hallowe’en party. When you come out of this film, you feel entertained!” Director Steve Beck, who made last year’s Thirteen Ghosts, talks about his new seagoing Horror movie.

Buffy is back!Buffy Returns!
• We present the first reviews of the new episodes from Buffy’s spectacular seventh season, as Buffy’s sister Dawn faces life at a newly-rebuilt Sunnydale High. Will life be any easier...?

Ryan PhillippeRyan Phillippe
• The handsome star discusses his new psychological Horror movie The I Inside with director Roland Suso Richter, and tells us why he’d rather make films in the UK than Hollywood.

Sitges Film Festival
• Alan Jones reports on the latest genre films coming your way, including Eli Roth’s Cabin Fever, Lucky McKee’s chilling May, Jaume Balaguero’s Darkness, Paco Plaza’s Second Name and Alex De la Iglesia’s 800 Bullets.

Classic Horrors
Hammer Films at Bray

• We meet the author of a new book about Bray Studios, where Hammer made some of their most famous Horror pictures.

Horror People
Phantasm’s Reggie Bannister joins FX guru Tom Savini, veteran actor Jack Donner and star of The Shining Joseph Turkel to talk to Shivers!

Horror DVD Special!
Artsmagic

• A look at the new DVD label concentrating on Asia Horror and fantasy, with titles including Pyrokinesis, Hypnosis, and Zatoichi the Blind Swordsman.

Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell
• We meet the unstoppable Evil Dead star who celebrates his autobiography, Confessions of a B-Movie Actor, as well as the release of Army of Darkness on DVD.

Ghostwatch
• Writer Stephen Volk, who scripted Ken Russell’s Gothic, looks back at his chiller Ghostwatch, produced by the BBC for Hallowe’en 1992, released for its tenth anniversary on DVD.

News
  • Nicole Kidman is Bewitched, there’s a new role for Nic Cage, plus remakes of Manga favourite Akira, The Rocky Horror Show and The Six Million Dollar Man!
Poster
  • To celebrate the new instalment of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy, our Shivers poster features Saruman (Christopher Lee) and friends in scenes from The Two Towers.
The Fright of Your Life
  • Jonathan Rigby chooses a classic moment from Horror film history – this issue, Erika Blanc plays a shameless Succubus in Jean Brismée’s The Devil’s Nightmare.
Opinion
  • Kim Newman concludes his look at Christian fundamentalist Apocalypse movies – Michael York and Udo Kier star in The Omega Code and Megiddo.
The Pitt of Horror
  • She’s back! Actress Ingrid Pitt looks back at her association with TV’s mysterious Time Lord, Doctor Who!
14 pages of reviews including…
  • Buffy Returns!
    see above for details
  • TV Reviews
    The latest episodes of Angel from the show’s fantastic fourth season, including a voyage to the bottom of the sea for our Vampire hero in Deep Down and a visit to Vegas in The House Always Wins.
  • Book Reviews
    Neil Gaiman’s outstanding novella Coraline, Paul Finch’s Cape Wrath, Mark Morris’ The Uglimen and Wayne Kinsey’s Hammer Films: The Bray Studios Years.
  • Video Reviews
    Horror DVD releases including The Exorcist Box Set, David Fincher’s Panic Room, The Children of the Stones, Ghostwatch and the BBC’s chilling Christmas Ghost Stories.
  • Film Reviews
    We look at Danny Boyle’s London apocalypse 28 Days Later and Bill Paxton’s directorial début Frailty.

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