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Shivers #72, December 1999 Shivers #72, December 1999
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Cover feature:The Sixth Sense – 1999's most highly-acclaimed chiller investigated. New horror for 2000 previewed from the influential Sitges Festiival. Blair Witch – on trial? We proclaim the charges. The House on Haunted Hill – William Castle's creaky classic and the Halloween hit remake explored. Brazil – an in-depth look at Terry Gilliam's nightmarish vision. Black XXX-Mas – indie Horror from an in-your-face Belgian company. Plus screenwriter Duncan Kennedy on Deep Blue Sea, our usual collection of news and reviews (with more episodes of Buffy Season Three) and Kim Newman’s Opinion column.
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Shivers #71, Bumper issue November 1999 Shivers #71, Bumper issue November 1999
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Inside our 80 fright-packed pages for Halloween: Buffy and Angel – status report on the new series, Robia La Morte (Ms Calendar) interviewed, plus 5 episodes new to the UK this month reviewed. Sleepy Hollow – Tim Burton’s ghostly new gothic treat previewed. Blair Witch Project – concluding our directors' interview. Clive Barker encountered during a fascinating tour. Stigmata – scribe Tom Lazarus interviewed. With Abbott & Costello vs. movie monsters, rare Sheila Keith interview, the usual mix of news and reviews of Horror-themed films, books, videos and soundtracks, plus Ingrid Pitt and Kim Newman’s columns.
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Shivers #70, October 1999 Shivers #70, October 1999
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The Blair Witch Project – we interview Daniel Myrick and Eduardo Sanchez, directors of the hottest Horror hit for years. Stigmata – Rupert Wainwright, director of the terrifying religious-themed hit, talks. Phantasm – retrospective on the classic series. Braindead – a look at Peter Jackson's influential early movie. Plus news and reviews of Horror-themed films, books, videos and soundtracks, Ingrid Pitt in a special Monster Rally report in 'The Pitt of Horror' and Kim Newman on the Blair Witch phenomenon.
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Shivers #69, September 1999 Shivers #69, September 1999
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The making of the modern vampire: how the bloodsuckers of old became heroes for a new generation. Directors of new vampire films interviewed: Richard Elfman on Revenant and Elias Merhige on Shadow of the Vampire. Four film incarnations of Bram Stoker's Queen Tera recalled, and Peter Cushing's final appearance as Baron Frankenstein for Hammer. Plus all the latest reviews, including Buffy The Vampire Slayer's first four Season Three episodes – and a look at Xander's progress.
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Shivers #68, August 1999 Shivers #68, August 1999
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The Blair Witch Project – the scariest film to come out of America in 20 years? The Abominable Dr Phibes – retrospective of a celebrated Vincent Price role. Pumpkinhead – SFX Guru Stan Winston's creepily effective film recalled. Buffy The Vampire Slayer – the curious fate of the two 'banned' episodes. Hannibal Lecter's screen debut in Michael Mann's Manhunter examined. Stigmata – psychological thriller starring Patricia Arquette and Jonathan Pryce previewed. Talos the Mummy – scriptwriter talks!
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Shivers #67, July 1999 Shivers #67, July 1999
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The making of Universal’s blockbuster hit The Mummy, director Jan De Bont and actress Catherine Zeta Jones discuss their new film The Haunting, there’s an interview with cult superstar Udo Keir (Warhol's Dracula), and more on Apt Pupil from scriptwriter Brandon Boyce. Also: Jennifer Tilly and director Ronny Yu on making her Bride of Chucky, the Hammer reunion at Bray studios and an Edgar Allan Poe film season in London. Plus 11 pages of reviews, Kim Newman and Ingrid Pitt.
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Shivers #66, June 1999 Shivers #66, June 1999
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Idle Hands – we interview the hands-free horror comedy's director Rodman Flender. Highly popular Horror actress Caroline Munro recalls her Hammer career. We preview Ravenous with screenwriter Ted Griffin, and the surpise blockbuster The Mummy. Nicky Henson's rare recollections of Witchfinder General, Psychomania and Vampira. Tribute to Oliver Reed. Possession's director Andrzej Zulawski. Plus Kim Newman, Ingrid Pitt and all the usual reviews sections.
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Shivers #65, May 1999 Shivers #65, May 1999
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David Cronenberg – the celebrated and complex director discusses Existenz. The Angel Chronicles examines Buffy's best-known vampire's second season. We conclude our exclusive feature Make-up, Magic and Monsters, profiling Dick Smith, Stan Winston and Rick Baker. Carrie 2: The Rage – screenwriter Rafael Moreau on following a classic. Our regular look at new Horrors in TV, videos, books and movies, plus Kim Newman on Stanley Kubrick – and Queen of Horror herself, Ingrid Pitt.
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Shivers #64, Bumper issue April 1999 Shivers #64, Bumper issue April 1999
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Bumper 80-page extravaganza – our biggest issue yet, with the very best from the varied worlds of Horror. We look at the Villains of Buffy The Vampire Slayer, and continue our three-part feature on Monster Make-up secrets, from Jack Pierce to Roy Ashton. We interview John Bruno, director of Virus, and talk to Oscar nominees Bill Condon and Sir Ian McKellen about their work on the James Whale biopic Gods and Monsters. Plus Charisma Carpenter (Buffy's Cordelia) profiled, Cronenberg's The Brood, and all the usual features.
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Shivers #63, March 1999 Shivers #63, March 1999
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The Girls of Horror – the changing role of heroines, profiling Alyson Hannigan, Jennifer Love Hewitt and Neve Campbell. Gods and Monsters, the acclaimed biopic of director James Whale, examined. Make-Up, Magic and Monsters – a three-part series starts with the craft's film pioneers. The Faculty – behind-the-scenes exclusive on Robert Rodriguez's new college Horror. Plus Gaspar Noe on I Stand Alone, Deranged, Kim Newman on censorship, and James Bernard's Universal Memories.
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Shivers #62, February 1999 Shivers #62, February 1999
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From Buffy to I Know What You Did Last Summer, we look at the heroes and villains who are the Boys of Horror, including profiles of Nicholas Brendon and David Boreanaz. We look at the successful new independent film Pi, which combines magic with mathematics, we feature the quartet of Mummy movies for 1999, there's a peep at Horror websites and a feature on Christopher Lee in The Hands of Orlac.
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Shivers #61, January 1999 Shivers #61, January 1999
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Psycho – director Gus van Sant's controversial remake examined. Apt Pupil – director Bryan Singer on his provocative Stephen King adaptation. Buffy The Vampire Slayer's season 3 premiere in focus, with pull-out cast poster. Nasties! – censorship and 'banned' films uncovered in London. Hammer's Abominable Snowman – unjustly neglected? Graham Masterson on his horror novels. Boris Karloff commemorated, Kim Newman on Bela Lugosi, The Exorcist Diaries (pt 2).
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