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Biggest-ever issue: 80 pages!
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Buffy Villains
• We survey the fantastic series's evil villains and scary monsters. Sarah Michelle Gellar and Charisma Carpenter get the Shivers treatment in part 2 of our Girls of Horror feature (here's Part 1) and ever-popular Vampire Slayer Buffy Summers is on our unique poster.

Father of FrankensteinGods and Monsters
Exclusive interviews! Oscar-winning writer-director Bill Condon and his star Sir Ian McKellen on their film of the last days of director James Whale, who brought Frankenstein, Bride of Frankenstein and The Invisible Man to the screen in the Thirties.

Making-up the Wolf ManMake-Up, Magic and Monsters
Part 2 of our fascinating Monster make-up feature covers the last days of the Universal Horrors, the developments made at MGM for The Wizard of Oz and Seven Faces of Dr Lao, and the Hammer make-up men Phil Leakey and Roy Ashton

Storm of the Century
• Director Craig Baxley on bringing Stephen King’s specially-written story to television.


Virus
An interview with John Bruno, director of this all-action Horror movie starring Jamie Lee Curtis, William Baldwin and Donald Sutherland. An alien intelligence comes to Earth and plans to eradicate its most prolific and deadly 'virus' - humanity!

The Brood and eXistenZ
We recall when rage was made flesh in David Cronenberg’s wintry Horror classic starring Oliver Reed and Samantha Eggar, and preview his new organic thriller.


Blaxploitation
Back to the Swinging Seventies for a look at the sub-genre of Black exploitation Horror.


Plus
News including a revived Night of the Living Dead, Famke Janssen in The House on Haunted Hill, and a new Willy Wonka • Eight pages of reviews including Species II on DVD, and Simon Clark's novel The Fall • Six Grandes Dames who made a mark on Horror cinema • Kim Newman tells us 10 things he never wants to see again in genre movies in Opinion • Ingrid Pitt teams up with Star Wars Producer Gary Kurtz in The Pitt of HorrorA chilling moment from Mario Bava’s The Whip and the Body is this month's Fright of Your Life


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