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DIABOLIK
Il Cinema Fantastico Italiano
Irregular Magazine from Huntingdon ,United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1997-1999
- Italian exploitation cinema.
- It covers the crazy world of spaghetti films with reviews, articles and interviews.
- Editor: Jason J. Slater
- 52 black and white A4 pages.

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Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 1997 1999 GALLERIES: 1997 1999 All

Issue 2
Fall 1999
Antonella Fulci remembers her father.
The Italian Apocalypse Part 2: A study of the Italian Post-Atomic Apocalypse genre with a complete guide.
Terry-Thomas: An Englishman in Italy.
Renato Polselli: Interview and filmography.
Fatal Frames: An interview with writer/director/composer Al Festa and actress/vocalist/producer Stefania Stella.
Reviews: Cannibal Ferox, Cobra Mission, Poliziotto Superpiu, Rack Up, The Beyond.
FantAsia '98: A festival report.
Vincenzo Luzzi: The man with the petrol-driven chain.


Issue 1
Spring 1997
Interviews: Michele Soavi, Dario Argento
Holy Disorder: The dirty habit of the Italian exploitation film nun.
Ian McCulloch: Interview with the star of "Zombie Flesh Eaters", "Contamination" and "Zombie Holocaust".
Blood and Guts of the Spaghetti western: An article
William Lusting: The Italian connection.
The Italian Apocalypse Part 1: A study of the Italian Post-Atomic Apocalypse genre.
Reviews: La Bestia in Calore, Blastfighter, Il Delitto del Diavolo, Diabolik, La Moglie Vergine, Pathos-Segreta Inquietudine, Sei Donne per L'Assassino, La Tarantola dal Ventre Nero and more.

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