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TORSO
Irregular Fanzine from Aix en Provence ,France
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 2008-2015
- Every issue is focusing on a director of genre films.
- Reviews, film analysis and interviews.
- Approximately 50 pages, black and white.
- Website: torsorevuedecinema.fr/

Last updated:
9 May 2015

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Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 GALLERIES: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 All

Issue 12
2015


Issue 11
September/October 2014


Issue 10
December 2013


Issue 9
2012


Issue 8
November/December 2011


Issue 7
2011


Issue 6
August/Seprember/October/November 2010
Mario Bava


Issue 4/5
September 2009
This issue of Torso is an important milestone for the publication since it is the first double issue (100 pages).
The first part of the magazine is devoted to the full year 2009: The best horror and fantasy films (Morse, Deadgirl, ...) and interviews with their directors (Alfredson, Sarmiento , Balaguero ,...).
The second part is devoted entirely to the career of Stuart Gordon, a master of horror, which made himself known with Reanimator then Dagon before making an unexpected turn with Stuck.


Issue 3
October/November 2008
Lucky McKee et Chris Sivertson


Issue 2
July/August 2008
JEFF LIEBERMAN ("BLUE SUNSHINE", "LA NUIT DES VERS GEANTS", "SURVIVANCE", "AU SERVICE DE SATAN")


Issue 1
January/February 2008
TAKASHI MIIKE ("AUDITION", "FUDOH", "MPD PSYCHO")

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