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The fearful Blair Witch ProjectThe Blair Witch Project
• How an independently-made film with no star actors was hailed as the hit of the Sundance Film Festival, and is already being referred to as ‘the scariest film ever made’. Plus: we reveal the history of the Blair Witch
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The Abominable Dr. Phibes
• Vincent Price has a ball as the deranged Doctor as we feature a flashback to this Horror classic, also starring Joseph Cotten and Terry-Thomas

Christopher Lee in Talos the Mummy Talos the Mummy
• Scriptwriter Keith Williams explains how he created a new variation on the Mummy legend, and its progress to the screen starring Christopher Lee. Plus a Shivers review!

Hannibal Returns!
• As Dr Lecter returns in Thomas Harris’ sequel to The Silence of the Lambs we look back to Hannibal the Cannibal’s first screen incarnation in Michael Mann’s Manhunter. Plus: Kim Newman on the new book

Buffy Banned
• Following the Columbine High School Massacre, two episodes of Buffy were removed from the schedules, including the crucial season finale. What happened next was almost stranger than fiction... Plus: a special pull-out Graduation poster of the Scooby Gang!

Pumpkinhead
• In 1987, effects maestro Stan Winston directed a chilling tale of backwoods Horror, soon to be re-released on video

Stigmata
• A preview of the new Frank Mancuso Jr.-produced psychological Horror film starring Patricia Arquette (as a woman who develops Christ-like mystical wounds) and Gabriel Byrne

CineXS
• A cult Horror festival promises to bring some rare gems to deepest Hertfordshire this September

Plus our regular sections:
  • News including: Christopher Fowler’s surreal and sexy Horror novels are to be brought to the screen, plus Dimension Films go Platinum
  • eight pages of reviews. On-line selections: Herzog's Nosferatu on DVD, plus a new book on Lucio Fulci
  • Writer and broadcaster Kim Newman isn’t impressed by Thomas Harris’ Hannibal in Opinion
  • Ingrid Pitt looks forward to a Monster convention and anticipates the wedding of the year in The Pitt of Horror
  • The Fright of Your Life: Bela Lugosi plays a human monster in a British Horror movie from the 1930s, Dark Eyes of London
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