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Shivers #93, Nov/Dec- Bumper 2001 Shivers #93, Nov/Dec- Bumper 2001
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64-page bumper edition The Others – Top director Alejandro Amenábar on his debut in English, a supernatural story set in 1944 with Nicole Kidman. Jeepers Creepers – young stars Gina Philips and Justin Long on this US #1 Box-Office hit. Guillermo del Toro – The creator of Cronos on his gorgeous ghost story The Devil’s Backbone, produced by Almòdovar. 13 Ghosts – Steve Beck, director of the remake of William Castle’s shocker, on awkward shooting in a glass set. Fright Fest 2001 revisited – Highs and lows of the London Horror festival, including Brotherhood of the Wolf, The Bunker, Revelation, and Cubbyhouse. James Herbert – The world-famous writer on reassessing fairy tales in his novel Once. Urban Gothic 2 – A plethora of photos from series 2 of the UK TV shocker: meet producer Steve Matthews, effects guru Neill Gorton and Anthony (C-3PO) Daniels! Buffy Lives! – A taster for the 6th season of Buffy and the 3rd season of Angel. Joanna Cassidy on her new role in Ghosts of Mars, and kicking Martian ass for John Carpenter. Plus the regulars: Alan Jones' news, Kim Newman in The Cave of the Living Dead, Ingrid Pitt on more dastardly Victorian crime, Fright of your Life on Whistle and I'll Come to You, 8 pages of reviews, and a Jeepers Creepers poster.
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Shivers #92, October 2001 Shivers #92, October 2001
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Short Supply

Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Joss Whedon on leaving no genre stone unturned, and what's in store for Season 6 and beyond. X-Files Resurrected – Writer/producer John Shiban on recasting and reviving TV’s premier creepshow. John Carpenter – the veteran Horror director on his latest frightener Ghosts of Mars. Dog Soldiers – Neil Marshall, director of this new Brithorror about being trapped on a werewolf-ridden Scots moor! Horror History #3 – Our overview concludes via Carpenter's Halloween, Freddy Krueger and Barker's Pinhead. Reptile Boy – The perils of playing a monster in Buffy, by Robin Atkin Downes. Plus Chinese Ghost Stories (Part 2), Kim Newman on how killing off TV heroes loses its novelty, Fright of Your Life on Masque of the Red Death, Ingrid Pitt on making Countess Dracula, and 10 pages of Reviews including: Battle Royale, Ed Gein, a DVD double bill of Lecter, and the last WB episodes pairing Buffy and Angel.
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Shivers #91, August/ September 2001 Shivers #91, August/ September 2001
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New look Jeepers Creepers – Director Victor Salva on an acclaimed #1 US movie that alters the traditional roles and packs an almighty punch! Session 9 – Director Brad Anderson on filming a chiller in a real abandoned asylum. Fright Fest Preview – Treats in store for the second festival at London's Prince Charles cinema. Night Visions – We meet the executive producers of the TV anthology. Chinese Ghost Stories – Horror/Fantasy cinema’s best-kept secret, including Spooky Encounters, Mr Vampire and Zu: Warriors of the Magic Mountain. Night of the Triffids – Simon Clark on the challenge of writing a sequel to John Wyndham’s classic. Horror History #2 – We continue our lightning tour through a century of Horror. Plus Fright of Your Life on Karloff in The Body Snatcher, Kim Newman on Straight On Till Morning, Ingrid Pitt recalls auditioning for Vampire Lovers, and 11 pages of reviews.
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Shivers #90, June/July 2001 Shivers #90, June/July 2001
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Resident Evil – Exclusive! Director Paul Anderson on his movie of the massive zombie game. Ginger Snaps – the acclaimed Canadian film about a female lycanthrope. Upcoming Horrors for the UK: The Forsaken, Jeepers Creepers, From Hell and Ghosts of Mars. Horror History Pt. 1 – All you ever wanted to know... but were afraid to ask! Voodoo Lady – Meet Rachel Grant, aka the Sci-Fi channel’s hottest Horror hostess, Nina. House on Nightmare Park – Titter Ye Not! Frankie Howerd stars in this British comic horror classic. Psycho Beach Party – Genre-bending Psychedelic Horror becomes a cult favourite. Phantom of the Paradise – More on Brian de Palma’s shock-rock opera, 25 years on – exclusive artwork! The Mummy Returns – nadir of the Horror genre? Plus poster of Milla Jovovich as Resident Evil's Alice, all our regular columnists, news and reviews.
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Shivers #89, May - Bumper 2001 Shivers #89, May - Bumper 2001
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64-page bumper edition The Mummy Returns – the roots of the sequel, teaming Fraser and Weisz with WWF star The Rock! Plus pull-out poster. Buffy Make-Up – Optic Nerve's Greg Solomon on how Adam was made, plus the sinister Gentlemen; exclusive pictures! Conrad Veidt – From Caligari to Casablanca, the first bona fide Horror star. Battle of the Werewolves – We compare An American Werewolf in London with The Howling. Phantom of the Paradise – the making of Brian de Palma’s Rock Opera, part 1. The Forsaken – Phina Oruche on starring as a vampire. Frost is Faust – Mark Frost on his role in Brian Yuzna’s new version. Plus Opinion – Kim Newman on Vlad the Impaler, Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby on The Brotherhood of Satan, Ingrid Pitt takes tea with Ray Harryhausen, plus news and reviews.
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Shivers #88, April 2001 Shivers #88, April 2001
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Buffy Monster Make-Up – co-ordinator Greg Solomon on some incredible Sunnydale creatures (exclusive Season 4 pics). Amando De Ossorio – the Spanish film-maker and his Blind Dead films recalled. Alice Krige – the former Borg Queen on her many Horror / Fantasy roles. Dino De Laurentiis – An irrepressible mogul on his eventful career, and the huge success of Hannibal. Don’t Look Now – Nic Roeg’s atmospheric tale revisited. Christopher Lee – more 1960s continental pictures, including the fairy-tale inspired Die Schlangengrube… uncovered. Devil Movies – A look at Lucifer's legion of film appearances. Kim Newman on the decline of Cinefantastique. Horror on the Web – Jo Botting surfs for slasher movies and finds… Brad Dourif! Fright of Your Life – Peter Cushing in The Skull. The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt meets Uri Geller in darkest Teddington.
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Shivers #87, March 2001 Shivers #87, March 2001
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Hannibal – Anthony Hopkins on returning to play Dr Lecter for director Ridley Scott. Lon Chaney – the life and hard times of the silent cinema’s Man of a Thousand Faces. Christopher Lee – previewing a new book on his screen career, we look at the continental pictures Lee made in the 1960s. Revelation – director Stuart Urban on his globe-trotting, Time-travelling Horror story. Dario Argento – Continuing our guide to the works of Italy’s King of Terror, including Opera. Plus Nonhosonno – Argento’s newest, which Argentophiles see as a distinct return to horrifying giallo form, reviewed. The Medusa Touch – Richard Burton stars in a terrifying tale of telekinesis from 1978. Plus Ingrid Pitt, Kim Newman, Fright of Your Life and 9 pages of Reviews.
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Shivers #86, February 2001 Shivers #86, February 2001
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Vampire Edition! Shadow of the Vampire – John Malkovich on playing director FW Murnau in Elias Merhige’s fantasia, plus Cary Elwes, Eddie Izzard and more. Nosferatu – the real story behind Murnau’s 1921 classic. Dracula 2000 – Director Patrick Lussier & Producer Wes Craven bring the greatest vampire of all back to life! The Art of Argento – beginning a two-part examination of Dario's career by the author of 'Art of Darkness'. Valentine – sneak preview of the first film to star David 'Angel' Boreanaz. El Celo – a fascinating new Spanish version of Henry James’ ghost classic Turn of the Screw. Plus 14 pages of Horror Reviews.
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Shivers #85, January 2001 Shivers #85, January 2001
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The League of Gentlemen – On location in a Christmas comic ghost story in Victorian Royston Vasey. Faust – Brian Yuzna on his Barcelona frightmare. The Best of 2000 – We look back at the year's greatest scares. Sounds of Hammer – Gary Wilson bangs on about the Hammer soundtracks. The Irrefutable Truth about Demons – director Glenn Standring on influences and legends. Don Sharp – Director of Hammer classics and everyone's Festival favourite, Witchcraft. Plus Horror on the Web, reviews, Fright of Your Life – Werewolf of London, and cover poster – League of Gentlemen, frightening!
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