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Issue 69 ships from 18 August 1999 UK £3.25 / US $5.99

FW Murnau lives!Shadow of the Vampire
• John Malkovich stars as FW Murnau in the new fantasy biopic of the German director behind the seminal 1922 film Nosferatu. Director Elias Merhige discusses the Nic Cage-backed project, also starring Udo Keir, Eddie Izzard and Cary Elwes. More...

Modern Vampires
• Richard Elfman talks about his new film Revenant (Modern Vampires), set in present day LA with Casper Van Dien as a modern young vampire. Plus: How have the bloodsuckers of old metamorphosed into heroes for a new generation? We examine the phenomenon

Christopher Lee in Talos the Mummy Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell
• In late 1972, director Terence Fisher and star Peter Cushing were reunited for the finale to Hammer's Frankenstein series. A retrospective of Hammer's swan song

Buffy The Vampire Slayer
• We begin our reviews of the third season of Buffy with a look at the first four episodes. Plus: a look at the developing character of Xander Harris, part of Buffy's indispensable 'Scooby gang' and Sunnydale High's favourite loser


The Jewel of Seven Stars
• After Dracula, this 'mummy' story is Bram Stoker's most famous book, and the source material for several famous Horror films. We look at the novel and trace various incarnations of Egyptian sorceress Queen Tera in Blood from the Mummy's Tomb and The Awakening

Kubrick Wide Open
• A look at a celebration of Stanley Kubrick, director of The Shining, at London's National Film Theatre

Plus our regular sections:
  • News including: a return for the Vampire Lestat?
  • Nine pages of reviews. On-line selections: Buffy season Three and collected Aliens on DVD
  • Writer and broadcaster Kim Newman asks how stupid do film-makers think we are? in Opinion
  • Ingrid Pitt on location with daughter Steffi for new Horror movie The Asylum, in The Pitt of Horror
  • The Fright of Your Life: the Anthony Perkins-directed Psycho III
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