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FEAR
Fantasy, Horror And Science Fiction

- First and last issue: July 1988-October 1991
- A mixture of horror literature and cinema.
- Managing Editor: John Gilbert.
- 84 black and white (some color) A4 pages.
- Published by Newsfield

Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi
Monthly
Magazine
from
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
27 May 2016
9 August 2013

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Michel
Scott Matheson
Debi Ziemkowski
CONTENTS: 1988 1989 1990 1991 GALLERIES: 1988 1989 1990 1991 All DATABASE INFO
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Issue 34
October 1991

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Issue 33
September 1991

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Issue 32
August 1991

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Issue 31
July 1991

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Issue 30
June 1991

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Issue 29
May 1991

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Issue 28
April 1991

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Issue 27
March 1991

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Issue 26
February 1991

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Issue 25
January 1991

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Issue 24
December 1990

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Issue 23
November 1990

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Issue 22
October 1990

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Issue 21
September 1990

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Issue 20
August 1990

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Issue 19
July 1990

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Issue 18
June 1990

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Issue 17
May 1990

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Roger Corman, Lisa Tuttle, Henry - Portrait of a serial killer, Mick Garris, The aroma of Troma, Pro-file- Dan Simmons, Fiction from Adrian Cole. News and reviews.


Issue 16
April 1990

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Society: Brian Yuzna horror film is more jam-packed with messages than a dozen mainstream movies.
Anne Rice, author of The Vampire Chronicles, talks about passion, pornography and idiot editors.
Shocker: Wes Craven sings the praises of his latest horror film anti-hero, television repair man and mass-murderer Horace Pinker.
Roman Polanski: The man who dragged the beast from the depths of collective unconsciousness to the surface.
Fear fiction: 5 short stories from Thomas Ligotti, Mark Gorton, Colin Davis, Darrell Schweitzer, Pauline Macaulay
  Also mews, video reviews, books and more.


Issue 15
March 1990

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Issue 14
February 1990

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Issue 13
January 1990

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Issue 12
December 1989

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Issue 11
November 1989

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Issue 10
October 1989

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Stephen King s The Dark Half, Elvira, The Abyss, Tanith Lee,news , reviews.


Issue 9
September 1989

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Phantasm II , Fiction from Graham Masterson, Batman writer Alan Grant, Artist John Bolton, Book and Movie reviews- Pet Semetary , The Fly II. lots more.


Issue 8
August 1989

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JOE DANTE ON GREMLINS II, BRIAN LUMLEY ON NECROSCOPE III, NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD AND TOM SAVINI, AMONG THE LAUGHING DEAD, AT HOME WITH JAMES HERBERT. MOVIE AND VIDEO REVIEWS.


Issue 7
July 1989

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AUTHOR JOHN FARRIS,HELLBOUND, RICHARD E GRANT IN WARLOCK, ANTHONY HICKOX ON WAXWORK, STAN WINSTON UNLEASHES PUMPKINHEAD,FILM REVIEWS INC THEY LIVE, HELLRAISER II


Issue 6
May/June 1989

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BRUCE CAMPBELL INTERVIEW, LINDA BLAIR, PROFILES OF ANNE McCAFFREY, ROBERT HOLDSTOCK, JONATHAN CARROLL, NIGHTMARE ON ELM ST 4 DIRECTOR RENNY HARLIN, SPECIAL EFFECTS CO - IMAGE ANIMATION, FILM REVIEWS INC HOWLING III, BAD TASTE, PAPER HOUSE.


Issue 5
March/April 1989



Issue 4
January/February 1989

Cronenberg: Dead Ringers, Ray Bradbury, Wes Craven, Writers of 89 - Matheson, Schow, Williamson, The Blob bounces back, Fantasy artist David Lloyd, Srephen Laws, Raymond E Feist Kim Newman presents Jack the Ripper filmography + fiction from John Brunner, Nicholas Royle, Simon Clark.


Issue 3
November/December 1988



Issue 2
September/October 1988



Issue 1
July/August 1988

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