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IN THE FLESH
The Magazine With Guts!
Horror Fanzine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1989-1992
- Editor: Steve Court.

Last updated:
16 June 2014

Recent updates


Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern

COVERS FOUND & MISSING
Info from the Database
Highslide JS Listing is complete and all covers have been found.
There are 11 issues listed in the database

Info from the Cover Gallery
Covers found: 11
Covers missing: None
See The listing

CONTENTS: 1989 1992 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1989 1992 All (There are undated issues)

Issue 11
1992
A-Z of nasties reaches N as Night of the Bloody Apes.
Real life horror: Milwaukee cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer.
Censorship in Sweden, UK and New Zealand.
Interviews: Peter Jackson, Tim Dannison.
Video reviews


Issue 10


Issue 9


Issue 8
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Contents
H.G.Lewis
Nathan Schiff
Violent S**t 2
A-Z Nasties
Russ Meyer
Women in Prison Movies
Censorship in Germany
Charles Manson.


Issue 7
Jorg Buttgereit & Caruncula Int's
Ted Bundy
Fulci Filmog'
Jesus Franco
Driller Killer
A-Z Nasties.


Issue 6
Nekromantik II Exclusive
John McNaughton & Steve Zombie 90 & Aquilina Int's
Joe D'Amato
LSD
The Complete Deep Red
Lucio Fulci
Tsui Hark
A-Z Nasties.


Issue 5
John McNaughton (Henry..) Int'
Lloyd Kaufman
Raimi Shorts
Henry Lee Lucas
A-Z Nasties
Carmilla.


Issue 4
Lloyd Kaufman talks Troma and Toxie
Scott Spiegel Int'
Paul Naschy
Blaxploitation
A-Z Nasties
Black Sunday
Carmilla.


Issue 3
Combat Shock (Buddy G. Int')
Day of the Dead
Splatterfest 90
Jesus Franco
A-Z Nasties
Real Life Horror.


Issue 2
Evil Dead 3 Exclusive
Henry
Opera
Chimera
Jesus Franco
A-Z Nasties
H.G.Lewis
Sawney Bean
Troma's War
Living Doll
Blacula.


Issue 1
1989
highslide js

Reprint
Jorg Buttgereit Interview (Nekromantik)
Shock Around the Clock 3
Them Nasty Nazis on Celluloid
A-Z of Nasties
Ed Gein.

Note: Issue number 1 was originally released with a foul colour cover (same as the b&w in the right). There was only 300 made. The inside pages were photocopied.


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