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Fanzine from Finland
Ceased publication

- First issue: 2005
- A fanzine in "full-color, dedicated to horror, Indie, Gore etc movies."
- Covers "big budget horror productions to the lowest-budget Indie films. As well as gore and cult films of past and present."
- Website: www.bloodceremony.net

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There are 9 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 9
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CONTENTS: 2009 2010 All (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 2009 2010 All (There are undated issues)

Issue 9
September/October/November 2010
-Elizabeth Bathoryn tarina: Kosmetiikkateollisuuden uran uurtaja, naita kauneudenhoitotuotteita ei ole testattu koe-elaimilla!
(Elizabeth Bathory story: career in the cosmetics industry, these beauty products are not tested on laboratory animals!)
-Jean Rollin: Verenerotiikan mestari. Heita Hollywood -lasit nurkkaan ja ota rohkea, ennakkoluuloton askel kohti ranskalaista vampyyrielokuvaa
(Jean Rollin: Blood Sex champion. Throw the Hollywood-glasses in a corner and take a bold step toward open-minded French vampire films)
-Lyhyt oppimara verenimijoiden kulttuurihistoriaan
(Short bloodsucking cultural history)
-Dusseldorfin vampyyri on valmis upottamaan hampaat kaulaasi - viela vuosikymmenienkin takaa!
(Dusseldorf vampire is ready to sink your teeth around your neck - since decades ago!)
-Huom: Tassa lehdessa ei ole artikkeliakaan Twilight -elokuvasta!!!
(Note: Thecover article is not about the Twilight movie!)
-Ja tietenkin kelpo kattaus kauhuelokuvaa arvioitavana taman lehden teeman mukaisesti!!!
(And, of course, a decent horror movie setting evaluated according to the theme of this magazine!)
- yms jne etc.. (etc etc etc ..)

Issue 8
Dec./January 2010
-Satan in the screen
-Anton LaVey's satanic movies
-Interview with Kenneth Anger
-Interview with the legendary Jack Hill!
-Pogo the Clown laughing children to death.
Amityville saga.

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