| issue 71
||ships from 14 Oct 1999
||UK £3.99 / US $7.99
Inside our 80
fright-packed pages for Halloween
Buffy the Vampire Slayer and
Status report on both the new seasons starting in the USA.
Also Robia La Morte (who played the ill-starred Miss Jenny Calendar)
interviewed, plus five episodes new to the UK in Halloween month
Competition: Win the Season One Buffy Video box
set! (UK readers only - sorry. Closing date 30 Nov 99). See magazine for
The Blair Witch Project
concluding our directors' interview with the low-budget terror's
creators Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez, who says: "The house in the
movie scares me I can't go there by myself..." (Part 1 in Shivers
We caught up with the master fantasist on a fascinating recent lecture
Our first preview of the new film from director Tim Burton which
promises to give a Hammer flavour to Irving's classic ghost story, making a
dark, quirky treat for all Gothic Horror fans
Scribe Tom Lazarus discusses the spiritual journey that came with
writing the #1 film Stigmata
Abbott & Costello
We investigate the famous cinema comedy double act who took on a whole
host of Universal movie monsters, from Frankenstein to Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde,
the Invisible Man... and the Mummy!
The veteran star of Peter Walker's post-Hammer horrors such as Frightmare
gives her first genre interview for more than 20 years
Old and new films of the classic tale The Haunting of Hill House
compared. One is found wanting...
Les Yeux Sans Visage
Fairy tale influences on this classic French Horror film (Eyes Without a
Little Evil Things
We meet the creators of an audio Horror experience!
Plus our regular sections:
- News a whole host of Blair Witch spoofs,
and the return of the Halloween franchise!
- Poster: The grinning face of the Jack oLantern bids you a Happy
- Ten pages of Reviews, plus more sites in Horror on the Web. On-line
review selections are Stephen King's Hearts
in Atlantis and a mid-Season Three episode of
Buffy on Sky.
- The Pitt of
Horror: Ingrid Pitt asks: why is there no Hammer film in the BFIs
Top 100 British Films? Plus we meet the director of Green Fingers, the
new Horror short starring Ingrid!
- Writer and broadcaster Kim Newman discusses
Stanley Kubricks last masterpiece in Opinion
- The Fright of Your
Life: Vincent Price dissolves over Basil Rathbone in Cormans
Tales of Terror
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