America's #1 Horror Magazine
Modern Horror, Classic Monsters Monthly Magazine from New York ,United States
Ceased publication

- 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.
- Resumed publishing in 2018.
- Published by Starlog Group
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Issue 211
April 2002
Elegy: Signings of the times.
Postal zone: ''Lord,'' were they impressed.
Monster invasion: Not your ''Every Day'' French film; ''Kolchak'' stalks the comics; ''Cradle'' of blood.
Zomb raider: The ''Resident Evil'' movie pits Milla Jovovich and co. against the video game-spawned undead.
''Feast'' your eyes: And watch your other body parts as Herschell Gordon Lewis cooks up ''Blood Feast 2.''
Dr. Cyclops: ''Anima'' will move you; hang up on ''The Calling.''
The ''Blade 2'' bunch: Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson and Ron Perlman - what a gang of cutups!
The ''Queen'' makers: It was a ''Damned'' tough job adapting Anne Rice's lengthy stories into the current film. (The Queen Of The Damned)
Godzilla, Ghidorah, Greatness: Having reinvented Gamera, Shusuke Kaneko now tackles Japan's biggest monster.
Monster FX Lab: ''Brotherhood Of The Wolf'': My, what a big job it was creating the beast for the French epic.
A ''Scorpion'' tale: Can you smell what The Rock's cooking up for his big-screen starring debut? (The Scorpion King)
''No Such'' luck: A modern Monster finds civilization scarier than he is in Hal Hartley's ''No Such Thing.''
Flights of Fantasia: The 6th Annual edition of Montreal's genre fest attracted more guests than ever.
Jackie oh no!: From Castle to the Florida swamps, actress Jaqueline Scott braved many various terrors.
DVD dungeon: ''Series 7'' returns to the small screen; come back for ''Seconds.''
Nightmare library: Gorman's gripping ''Rituals''; sneak a read of ''Diary.''

Issue 210
March 2002
Elegy: 2001: A fear odyssey.
Postal zone: They got ''Joy'' from being scared.
Monster invasion: A ''Chronicle'' of art house horror; Lance Henriksen confronts ''The Mangler 2''; 11th Annual Chainsaw Awards ballot!
She's a killer ''Queen'': And she's biting her way through the second Anne Rice vampire movie, ''Queen Of The Damned.''
Cutting up with ''Blade 2'': He's back and slaying with a genre-veteran cast and a visionary director.
Dr. Cyclops: ''Chasing Sleep'' will keep you up at night; get your kicks from ''Replicant''
Believe in ''Mothman Prophecies'': Tired of ''The X Files''? Here's a truth-based chiller that works.
Unholy ''Frailty'': Religious dementia has deadly consequences in Bill Paxton's directorial debut.
The ''Wolf'' pack: Meet the people behind the human and inhuman characters of ''Brotherhood Of The Wolf.''
''Jason X'' men: Join the crew who are bringing the ''Friday the 13th'' franchise into the 25th century.
''Rose'' to the occasion: Now a Stephen King veteran, director Craig Baxley opens the door to ''Rose Red.''
''Arachnid'' and a hard place: Brian Yuzna and Jack Sholder unwrap the first of this year's giant-spider features.
DVD dungeon: ''Convent'' ho;y satisfying; Romero gives face to ''Bruiser''; ''The Mummy Returns'' with lotsa hype.
Remember ''Wendigo'': It may not be too early to call this the best independent horror film of 2002.
Reynolds raps: The director of ''The Ugly'' and ''Heaven'' presents a worst-case scenario for ''When Strangers Appear.''
The Fangoria index 2001: A handy guide to the last year of screen terror.
Nightmare library: Warm review for ''Coldheart''; you won't suffer through ''Martyrs.''

Issue 209
January/February 2002

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