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Horror And Cult Entertainment

- First issue: 2004
- Publisher & Editor: Nick Louras.
- Website: www.pennyblood.com

New York
United States
Last updated:
5 June 2018

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Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
12 listed issue(s)

Issue 17


Issue 11
Fall 2008

Issue 10

Issue 9
Spring 2008

Glenn Danzig: The life and times of the legendary singer, from his early years in the Misfits to Samhain and beyond.
Teeth: Filmmaker Mitchell Lichtenstein tells the story of a girl with two sets of teeth.
Park Chan-Wook: The director of Oldboy and Sympathy For Mr Vengeance discusses his latest film, I'm a Cyborg But That's OK.
Will Eisner's The Spirit: First news on Frank Miller's directorial debut.
Lynn Lowry: The return of the 70s scream queen from They Came From Within and The Crazies.
Zombie Walks!: Dispatches from the record-breaking Toronto Zombie Walk and its London counterpart.
Flight of the Living Dead: Fly the deadly skies with director Scott Thomas.
10 pages of reviews!
News, columns, interviews & more!

Issue 8
Summer 2007

Issue 7
March/April/May 2007

The Girl Next Door: A look at the upcoming film adaptation of Jack Ketchum's infamous novel.
Terry Gilliam: The Monty Python and Brazil director discusses his latest foray into dark fantasy.
Joe R. Lansdale: A look at the career and inspirations of the prolific mojo novelist.
Masters of Horror: What's in store for the Showtime series in its new season.
Curtis Harrington: The man behind the cult classic Night Tide covers his life in cinema.
The Host: Korean director Bong Joon-Ho talks about his new monster movie.
Postal: On set with the cast and crew of Uwe Boll's latest video game adaptation.
Reviews and more!

Issue 6
June/July/August 2006

Issue 5
March/April/May 2006

Issue 4
September-February 2005

Issue 3

Issue 2
Spring 2005

Issue 1

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