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INSIDE NO. 297.OVERVIEW: GUTS:
INTERVIEW: NICKY HENSON Hopping on a hog, he delivered Psychomania in the early-’70s cult pic.
PREVIEW: THE WALKING DEAD Has there ever been a more exciting-sounding TV show than Frank Darabont’s adaptation of the zombie-comics favorite?
INTERVIEW: DARIN SCOTT He opened a Dark House that has become one of the key flicks in the Fangoria FrightFest collection.
PREVIEW: SUCK Vampires, rock ’n’ roll and Malcolm McDowell—what more could you ask for?
PREVIEW: RED WHITE & BLUE The first of those colors runs all over the heart of Texas in this savage new horror/drama.
INTERVIEW: BARBARA SHELLEY Part one of our lengthy chat with the actress who put the glamour in the movies of Hammer.
PREVIEW: LET ME IN They let the right team in to rework the Swedish vampire favorite. Plus: Simon Oakes on the new Hammer’s new directions.
PREVIEW: DEVIL Going down…to hell? That’s where an elevator’s headed in this M. Night Shyamalan-produced chiller.
PREVIEW: HATCHET II Victor Crowley’s back, and writer/director Adam Green’s given him more people to kill.
PREVIEW: SAW 3D Jigsaw’s torturous traps take on a whole new level in director Kevin Greutert’s latest franchise entry.
PREVIEW: I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE It was up to the remake crew to assure fans of the original wouldn’t feel violated.
INTERVIEW: WILLIAM LUSTIG He made a Maniac who’s still scaring us three decades later. Plus: the making of another early-’80s Madman.
PREVIEW: AFTER DARK ORIGINALS Terrors of every type fill an all-new lineup of eight fearsome films.
INTERVIEW: JOSHUA HOFFINE His lens captures some of the freakiest sights in the art-photography world.
INTERVIEW: SARAH KARLOFF Life was a Thriller for the daughter of Boris.
DIARY OF THE DEB: SCREAM QUEENS The reality show’s second season gave Debbie Rochon the chance to share her wisdom.
GRAVY: FIRST RITES Walking in big shoes.
MONSTER INVASION: Previews of John Carpenter’s The Ward, the Let Me In comic and the DVD reissue of Mad Ron’s Prevues from Hell.
TRASH COMPACTOR: Boris Karloff in Die, Monster, Die!
THE TERROR TUBE: The infamous British broadcast Ghostwatch.
DR. CYCLOPS’ DUNGEON OF DISCS Reviews of The Dead Matter, Burning Bright, two from Larry Blamire, Growth, Under the Mountain and more.
NIGHTMARE LIBRARY: Reviews of Bob Fingerman’s Pariah, Guillermo del Toro and Chuck Hogan’s The Fall, David Moody’s Autumn and others.
HORRORCADE: Reviews of Naughty Bear, Singularity and Crackdown 2.
SOUND SHOCK David A. Hughes on his C.H.U.D. score.
CLASSIFIED AD VAULT: MONSTER OF THE MONTH Trash from The Return of the Living Dead.
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