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Inside this issue: WELCOME TO FRIGHT NIGHT Sarah Crowther revisits Tom Holland’s original shocker (1985), with Roddy McDowall, to see why it still has a huge cult following after all these years THE GENESIS OF FRANKENSTEIN David L Rattigan examines new research into the origins of Mary Shelley’s famous book PUT AWAY THE FLESH Daniel Bird on Jaromil Jires’s Czech classic Valerie and Her Week of Wonders (1970) BETWEEN HORROR AND SURREALISM Peter Haymes provides further coverage ofValerie and Her Week of Wonders, the nightmarish fairy tale that marked the end of the Czech New Wave movement LOAM A macabre piece of original short fiction from Joan Eyles Johnson NEW NIGHTMARES Drew Beard examines postmillenial Eastern European horror cinema, with viscerally disturbing spectacles like Taxidermia (2006) and vampire epics like Night Watch (2004) DR. KNOX’S DISSECTION TABLE David L Rattigan deconstructs a scene from Hammer’s 1968 occult thriller The Devil Rides Out RED STATE OR RED TAPE? Robert J.E. Simpson on the controversy behind the marketing and distribution of Kevin Smith’s new and violent horror film JERZY SKOLIMOWSKI’S DEEP END David Kleiler rediscovers this great British coming-of-age shocker, starring Jane Asher and John Moulder-Brown SLAUGHTER OF THE VAMPIRES Robyn Talbot’s newest entry in his Italian Gothic series covers this highly atmospheric cult film BOOK REVIEW Adrian Smith on Kim Newman’s Nightmare Movies

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