Full bloody contents for GOREZONE #31!
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BLOOD FEST Franco-ly speaking
GUT REACTIONS GOREZONE: Bloody awesome or bloody awful?
RETROSPECTIVE: THE “GUINEA PIG” MOVIES Over the course of seven movies, all sorts of misogynistic madness came out of Japan.
RETROSPECTIVE: “TALES FROM THE DARKSIDE” Years before cable TV got gruesome, George A. Romero and co. delivered syndicated shocks.
TIM LUCAS: TALES FROM THE ATTIC How the power of “The Exorcist” compelled a new era of filmmaking.
ON SET: “CIRCUS OF THE DEAD” A carful of killer clowns lay bloody waste to a Texas town, and GOREZONE is there.
INTERVIEW: TARA CARDINAL She not only played a “Red Reaper” and a “Scarlet Samurai,” she directed the films as well.
TOM SAVINI’S MAKEUP FX LAB Heads up! “Maniac” showcased cranial damage of every gruesome variety.
BLACKEST NOTES A new column devoted to macabre movie music debuts with Susan Justin talking of her spacy “Forbidden World” score.
RETROSPECTIVE: JESS FRANCO, PART ONE The Eurosleaze maestro made so many women-in-prison shockers, just one article can’t contain them.
INTERVIEW: JOANNA ANGEL The woman behind “Re-Penetrator” and “The XXXorcist” keeps on sexing up horror classics.
RETROSPECTIVE: “DEADLY END” A look back at the truly disturbing suburban sickie almost no one wanted to release.
PICTORIAL: DANIELLE HARRIS The little girl from the “Halloween” sequels is all grown up—but The Shape still looms.
SPLATTER HALL OF FAME Marian Dora’s “Voyage to Agatis”