ARTERIES
Horror Fanzine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 2000-2002
- A new fanzine dedicated to exploitation cinema.
- ''Looks at cult movies which have been either ignored or derided by the mainstream film press.''
- Editor: Brendan Maltman.
- 32 black and white A5 pages. Issue #3 has 76 pages.

Last updated:
2019-03-16

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COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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There are 4 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 4
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 2000 2001 2002 All GALLERIES: 2000 2001 2002 All

Issue 4
2002
Film reviews: Bangkok Dangerous, Beauty Of The Haunted House, Cradle of Fear, Fantom Killer 2, Lady Snowbood, Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song Of Vengeance, Pyrokinesis, The Record, Return Of The Living Dead III, The Rise And Fall Of Idi Amin, Sakuya: Slayer Of Demons, The Shackle.
Gerry Malir: Interview with Artsmagic's managing director.
Alex Chandon: Interview with the director of Cradle Of Fear.
DVD Drive: Another Heaven, The Assassin, Baise Moi, Beast with a Gun, The Beast, The Beast Within, Beyond The Darkness, Blind Beast, Brother of Darkness, Cut Throats Nine, Daughter of Darkness, Deadbeat At Dawn, Death Smiled At Murder, The Ebola Syndrome, Ecstasy Of The Angels, Emanuelle And The Last Cannibals, Eternal Evil Of Asia, Four Of The Apocalypse, Fudoh, Human Pork Chop, The Hypnotist, Island of Death, Jungle Holocaust, Junk, Kairo, LA Blue Girl Vols 3/4, Men Behind the Sun 2 & 3, Mr Vampire, Naked Poison, Ninja In The Dragon's Den, Opera, Prostitute Killer, Raped by an Angel, Re-Animator Millenium Edition, Red To Kill, Robotrix, Schramm, Secret In My Soup, Shock, Snaker, St John's Wort, Suspiria, Tell Me Something, Twitch Of The Death Nerve, The Untold Story, Versus, Wife To Be Sacrificed, Wild Zero, Zombie 3.
Brian White: Interview with the manager of Hong Kong Legends.

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