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Shivers #117, December 2004 Shivers #117, December 2004
(Reference #H117)

Features
Blade: Trinity – Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel and Ryan Reynolds join director David Goyer to talk about taking on the oldest Vampire of them all, Count Dracula
Alien vs Predator – A dazzling collection of behind-the-scenes photos charting the creation of a new look for the Aliens and Predators
Return of the Living Dead – A set report from the zombie epics Return of the Living Dead Parts 4 and 5
Do You Like Hitchcock? – Horror legend Dario Argento talks about his new project for TV – a grisly tribute to the Master of Suspense which might give the censors a hard time!
Phantoms of the Opera – We look back at a gallery of famous film Phantoms including Lon Chaney, Claude Rains and Herbert Lom

Plus
Opinion – Kim Newman continues his look at Dracula’s career as a Porn star in Dracula Sucks!
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby chooses another classic moment from Horror history, this issue – a murderous priest in The House of Mortal Sin!
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt looks at the scary Christmas treat that is Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas
Poster – Blade, Hannibal and Abigail join forces on our Blade: Trinity poster!

With 10 pages of reviews
BooksIn This Skin, Howling Hounds and Horror Poster Art
TVHex
FilmsAlien vs Predator and The Grudge
DVDThe Day After Tomorrow, The Stepford Wives, Warner HorrorsI, Monster and It’s Alive!

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Shivers #116, November - Bumper 2004 Shivers #116, November - Bumper 2004
(Reference #H116)

Biggest Ever Edition – 116 pages!

Features
Seed of Chucky – We meet Jennifer Tilly on-set in Romania for the fifth Chucky film
The Grudge – Sarah Michelle Gellar and Jason Behr star in a remake of a classic Japanese chiller, directed by Takashi Shimizu
Creep – Director Chris Smith his new shocker set in the London Tube!
Bubba Ho-Tep – Bruce Campbell and director Don Coscarelli on their new comedy Horror in which a retired Elvis (Campbell) battles a vengeful Egyptian mummy!
Dark Shadows – Make-up artists Todd McIntosh and Andrew Clement take us behind the scenes on the remake of the Gothic Soap Opera, with never-before-seen photos and design sketches
Nineteen Eighty-Four – A look back at the groundbreaking BBC production from 1954, directed by Rudolph Cartier and starring Peter Cushing and Andre Morell, which has been spectacularly restored for DVD
Exorcist: The Begining – The story behind The Exorcist: The Beginning, the prequel to William Friedkin’s 1973 movie, is almost as complex as the film you will see on the screen. And then there’s the film you won’t see in cinemas…
Frank Darabont – The acclaimed director of The Shawshank Redemption reveals his plans to film Stephen King's The Mist
Ginger Snaps – Producer Steve Hoban on the return of the Fitzgerald sisters in a prequel and a sequel
Hammer on DVD – With a majority of Hammer’s Horror films now on DVD, we look at the elusive items yet to be released. Plus complete your collection with our prize competition!
Anchor Bay DVD – Wes Craven’s Scream, The Last House of the Left and The Hills Have Eyes, plus Evilspeak and The Bone Snatcher

Plus
Opinion – Kim Newman on the erotic career of Count Dracula in films like Dracula, The Dirty Old Man
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby looks at a classic moment from Horror history in The Mad Ghoul
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt reports from the Monster Mania convention in Philadelphia, where she met Robert Englund and Hazel Court
Poster – Sarah Michelle Gellar is haunted by a ghost with a vengeance in The Grudge

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Shivers #115, September 2004 Shivers #115, September 2004
(Reference #H115)

Features
Resident Evil: Apocalypse – Director Alexander Witt tells why he was drawn to this sequel which sees the return of Milla Jovovich as Alice
Alien vs Predator – More from the set of the highly-anticipated monster team-up, as we meet FX Maestro Alec Gillis and director Paul Anderson
Saw – Actor Cary Elwes tells why he took a gamble to star in this low-budget Horror film, which has been called the most terrifying film ever!
Riding the Bullet – Director Mick Garris, director of several Stephen King mini-series, explains why he signed up for this new movie, based on a King story and starring Scream’s David Arquette
Species – We celebrate the new DVD Special Edition
Frightfest Preview – Some of the new Horror showcased at the Frightfest Horror Festival in London

Plus
Opinion – Kim Newman looks at Dario Argento’s little-known Italian TV series The Door into Darkness
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby looks at a classic moment from Horror history with a chilling scene from Deathdream
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt embarks on a new project which reunites her with old friends Caroline Munro and Veronica Carlson
Poster – Lovely Milla Jovovich as Alice in Resident Evil: Apocalypse

with news and 9 pages of TV, book, film and video reviews

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Shivers #114, August 2004 Shivers #114, August 2004
(Reference #H114)

Features
Alien vs Predator – An exciting report from the Prague set of the highly-anticipated monster team-up starring Lance Henriksen and Sanaa Lathan.
Colin Firth – How the terrifying new psychological thriller Trauma offered a dramatic change of role for the popular British actor.
The Village – A sneak preview of this new film from the master of screen chills, M Night Shyamalan, starring William Hurt, Joaquin Phoenix and Sigourney Weaver.
Open Water – Stars Blanchard Ryan and Daniel Travis talk about their roles in the new independent movie that is being called ‘Jaws meets The Blair Witch Project’.
Undead – Directing brothers Peter and Michael Sperig tells us how they’re following in Peter Jackson’s footsteps with their crazy new Antipodean gore-fest!
Rutger Hauer – A look at the Horror films of the marvellous Dutch actor who has cornered the market in screen villainy…
Tom Woodruff – More on-the-spot secrets from the Hollywood creature creator who brings the Aliens to life!

Plus
Opinion – Writer Kim Newman looks at the scripts of The Night Stalker
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby looks at a recent Horror destined for classic status – Danny Boyle’s apocalyptic 28 Days Later…
The Pitt of Horror – What frightens the Queen of Horror? Ingrid Pitt presents her Top 10 scares…
Poster – Who will be the victor in the fight between Aliens and Predators?

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Shivers #113, June 2004 Shivers #113, June 2004
(Reference #H113)

Features
Alien vs Predator – Special Effects designer Tom Woodruff Jr reveals some secrets from the new monster team-up!
Angel’s Farewell – We reach the final episode of the long-running series and consider what made Angel unique on television.
Robert Englund – Robert Englund previews his new movie 2001 Maniacs and talks about the future for Freddy Krueger…
Rick Baker – The celebrated movie monster-maker discusses An American Werrewolf in London, Jack Nicholson and Star Wars …and why he turned down Wes Craven’s new movie Cursed!
Jaume Balaguero’s Darkness – Spanish director Jaume Balaguero on why he has used that primal fear of the dark for his new movie…
Van Helsing – The last word (perhaps) on this revival of the Universal monsters
Ripping Yarns – We look at the new Horror releases from Anchor Bay DVD including Jess Franco’s Jack the Ripper and The Asphyx

Plus
Opinion – Writer Kim Newman continues his look at the remake of Dawn of the Dead
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby looks at a classic moment from Horror history – this issue, back to 1924 as Lon Chaney stars in The Monster
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt gives her views on Van Helsing, and remembers Anthony Ainley, who died recently
Poster – Angel is surrounded by his monstrous friends and foes!

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Shivers #112, May 2004 Shivers #112, May 2004
(Reference #H112)

Features
Van Helsing – We talk to the actors playing Hollywood’s most famous monsters: Richard Roxburgh is Dracula, Shuler Hensley is Frankenstein’s Monster and Will Kemp is the Wolf Man!
Hellboy Make-up Effects – We go behind the scenes and talk to the talented make-up artists who have brought these incredible figures to life.
Shaun of the Dead – Our report from the set of this new British Horror comedy, with comments from star Simon Pegg
Two Stephen King Horror Projects for Television…
Kingdom Hospital – We meet the stars of King's adaptation of Lars Von Trier’s spooky mini-series The Kingdom.
Salem’s Lot – We speak to Rob Lowe and the makers of the new TV adaptation of King’s most frightening novel, Salem’s Lot, which also stars James Cromwell, Rutger Hauer and Donald Sutherland.
Seed of Chucky – Star Jennifer Tilly spills the beans on her dual role in the new Chucky film

Plus
Opinion – Writer Kim Newman gives his opinion of the new remake of Dawn of the Dead.
The Fright of Your Life – There’s trouble at mill as Jonathan Rigby looks at a classic moment from The Mill of the Stone Women.
The Pitt of Horror – “In the Horror game, as with everywhere else, the secret is location, location, location.” Ingrid Pitt investigates Hampton Court Palace, and finds some haunting stories of unquiet spirits…
Poster – Monsters beware! – Hugh Jackman is Van Helsing

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Shivers #111, March 2004 Shivers #111, March 2004
(Reference #H111)

Features
Hellboy – Mike Mignola’s cult comic book hero Hellboy is coming to the big screen, courtesy of Cronos director Gulliermo Del Toro. We talk to Del Toro and the effects staff.
Switchblade Romance – We have a look at this French shocker directed by Alexandre Aja.
The Toolbox Murders – We take a peek at Tobe Hooper’s reimagination of this splatter classic – but whatever you do, don’t call it a remake…
Dawn of the Dead – We interview the make-up crew responsible for the look of the zombies in the big-budget remake.
Il Cartaio – Dario Argento’s toned down the graphic horror in favour of psychological suspense in his latest film – but has the gamble paid off?
Angel at 100 – Creater Joss Whedon plans for the fifth season, plus news on the series’ cancellation
Shaun of the Dead – We take a look at the British ‘Zombie Romantic Comedy’ starring Simon Pegg.
2004 Preview – The upcoming Horror films of 2004 are placed under the microscope, including Secret Window, starring Johnny Depp, and Alien vs Predator.

Plus
Opinion – Kim Newman casts his eye over a new version of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde, starring The Mummy’s John Hannah
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby chooses a classic scene from Horror history – this issue, John Carpenter’s psychological Science Fiction chiller The Thing.
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt continues her retrospective of Horror novelist Dennis Wheatley.
Poster – Ron Perlman stars as Hellboy.
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Shivers #110, February 2004 Shivers #110, February 2004
(Reference #H110)

Features
Dawn of the Dead – Zack Snyder directs a new take on George Romero’s tale of zombies and shopping. We meet stars Sarah Polley and Ving Rhames, guest star Tom Savini and scriptwriter James Gunn
Halloween: 25 Years Later – Moustapha Akkad and Irwin Yablans, producers of John Carpenter’s Halloween and its many sequels
Sitges Festival Report – Alan Jones reports on the newest films from the Sitges Fantasy Film Festival including Switchblade Romance, The Toolbox Murders, Dragonhead and One Missed Call
Freddy and the Dream Warriors – We look back at how the Elm Street legend took a new turn in the third film of the series, The Dream Warriors, directed by Chuck Russell and starring Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger
Dracula’s Director – Patrick Lussier, editor on Wes Craven’s Scream movies, tells how he took the director’s chair for the newest update of the Dracula legend
A Year of Shivers – We look back at some of the hits and misses of 2003
Freak Out – We look at the wildest and wackiest low-budget Horror film to come out of Bournemouth

Plus
Opinion – Kim Newman discovers a forgotten British Fu-Manchu serial from 1923!
The Fright of Your Life – Jonathan Rigby chooses a classic scene from Horror history – this issue, Roman Polanski’s tale of witchcraft Rosemary’s Baby
The Pitt of Horror – Ingrid Pitt remembers a master of the macabre – novelist Dennis Wheatley
Poster – Sarah Polley stars in the new Dawn of the Dead
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