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FANGORIA
America's #1 Horror Magazine

- First and last issue: 1979-2016
- Horror movies.
- Fango changed a lot of things when first appeared and remains today the #1 horror movie mag.
- Covers mostly commercial studio releases, without neglecting independent, low budget, films.
- Editor: Anthony Timpone
Published 10 times a year by Starlog Group, Inc, 84 colour pages in A4 format.
- Published by Starlog Group
- Website: www.fangoria.com

Modern Horror, Classic Monsters
Monthly
Magazine
from
New York
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
26 October 2016
27 June 2016

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Scott Matheson
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349 listed issue(s)
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December 2014



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Issue 333
June 2014

GUTS

INTERVIEW: JIM JARMUSCH The veteran poet of cinematic cool expresses his passion for vampires in “Only Lovers Left Alive.”

INTERVIEW: TILDA SWINTON It took a one-of-a-kind actress to breathe new eternal life into her “Only Lovers” bloodsucker.

INTERVIEW: JOHN POGUE He ventured across the pond to helm the Hammer production “The Quiet Ones” on the studio’s home turf. Plus: star Jared Harris speaks up.

PREVIEW: “PENNY DREADFUL” Victorian London plays host to classic creatures; can transplanted American Josh Hartnett cope?

PREVIEW: “THE SACRAMENT” Ti West leaves devils and ghosts behind to find the horror in religious manipulation.

INTERVIEW: HUH JUNG “Hide and Seek” allows the Korean director to reveal what spooks his fellow citizens.

PREVIEW: “BLUE RUIN” The way Jeremy Saulnier’s intense thriller presents it, payback is a bitch for both sides.

ON SET: “GODZILLA” Fango tours the badly battered locations of Gareth Edwards’ monster remake. Plus: reviews of classic Big G films on new Blu-rays!

PREVIEW: “THE MACHINE” It looks like a lady and tries to act like a human in Caradog W. James’ near-future opus.

PREVIEW: “MALIGNANT” The protagonist of Brian Avenet-Bradley’s latest indie chiller finds Brad Dourif literally messing with his head.

INTERVIEW: RANDY JURGENSEN The former policeman’s input made William Friedkin’s “Cruising” all the more arresting.

PREVIEW: “MR. JONES” Pry too deeply into his secrets, and you’ll suffer for his art in Karl Mueller’s surreal flick.

DIARY OF THE DEB: “BILLY’S CULT” On this New Jersey set, the terror would begin after Debbie wrapped for the day.

ON SET: “WOLF CREEK 2” Some people call tourists annoying; the villain of Greg McLean’s sequel calls them targets.

PREVIEW: “ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE” Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson rework their formative first feature as a meatier, bloodier project.

INTERVIEW: SCOTT SNYDER The comics writer is far from done telling the century-spanning saga of the “American Vampire.”

INTERVIEW: TOM SPINA When you want a screen creature to look its best/worst again, he’s the man you call.

GRAVY

FIRST RITES Growing up with Godzilla

POSTAL ZONE Bill Moseley says hi! Plus: remembering GWAR’s David Brockie

MONSTER INVASION Preview of “Cold in July,” and the 2014 Chainsaw Awards results!

TRASH COMPACTOR David A. Prior talks “Killer Workout”

THE VIDEO EYE OF DR. CYCLOPS Reviews of “Ms. 45,” “The Visitor,” “Dead Shadows,” “Daddy’s Little Girl” and others

DUMP BIN DIARIES Columbia River’s “Psychopaths and Maniacs”



Issue 332
April 2014



Legends # 3
April 2014



Issue 331
March 2014



Issue 330
February 2014


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