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THE DARK SIDE
The Magazine Of The Macabre And Fantastic


- First issue: 1990
- Issued every 6 weeks.
- Published by Ghoulish Publishing Limited
- Website: www.thedarksidemagazine.com/

Modern Horror
Magazine
from
United Kingdom
Last updated:
16 October 2017

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
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Issue 151
January/February 2013

This extra special issue of the Dark Side celebrates the work of Amicus Studios, a very British company founded by two Americans...
The Amicus Story
Max and Milton were an odd couple indeed, but together these two Americans formed on of Britain’s most famous and enduring horror studios. Denis Meikle’s epic feature article traces the rise and fall of Amicus Productions.
Writer’s Bloch
Most famous as the man who write Psycho, the prolific Robert Bloch also forged a lasting association with Amicus Films. The Dark Side checks out his many contributions to horror history.
Twisted Tales
An Amicus speciality, the “Omnibus” horror movie harks back to the silent days and continues to appeal to genre film producers even now. Denis Meikle takes us through the history of these celluloid tales of terror.
The Director That Time Forgot
Kevin Connor crafted some of the most fondly remembered Amicus romps, including The Land That Time Forgot and At The Earth’s Core. Calum Waddell talks to him about his days directing Edgar Rice Burroughs on a budget!


Issue 150
November/December 2012

This extra special issue of the Dark Side celebrates the work of Amicus Studios, a very British company founded by two Americans...
The Amicus Story
Max and Milton were an odd couple indeed, but together these two Americans formed on of Britain’s most famous and enduring horror studios. Denis Meikle’s epic feature article traces the rise and fall of Amicus Productions.
Writer’s Bloch
Most famous as the man who write Psycho, the prolific Robert Bloch also forged a lasting association with Amicus Films. The Dark Side checks out his many contributions to horror history.
Twisted Tales
An Amicus speciality, the “Omnibus” horror movie harks back to the silent days and continues to appeal to genre film producers even now. Denis Meikle takes us through the history of these celluloid tales of terror.
The Director That Time Forgot
Kevin Connor crafted some of the most fondly remembered Amicus romps, including The Land That Time Forgot and At The Earth’s Core. Calum Waddell talks to him about his days directing Edgar Rice Burroughs on a budget!

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