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Diabolique Magazine explores the genre of found footage horrors! Inside This Issue: KEN RUSSELL’S LAST PICTURE SHOW David Del Valle pays tribute to director Ken Russell (1927-2011), the bad boy of British film THE DEVIL INSIDE Kyle Kouri on the advent of the “Found Footage” film genre MONDO PAGAN Robert J.E. Simpson’s study of Häxan and the witchcraft documentary phenomena THE WOMAN IN BLACK: IS THE VERDICT IN? David L. Rattigan sums up the reviews DR. KNOX’S AUTOPSY TABLE Kevin G. Shinnick dissects the party scene from the classic Night of the Demon SIDNEY HAYERS AND NIGHT OF THE EAGLE David Del Valle’s unpublished interview with Burn, Witch Burn director Sidney Hayers WITCHCRAFT: THE CRAFT OF DON SHARP David L. Rattigan pays tribute to Hammer director Don Sharp (1921–2011) MONTAGUE SUMMERS: TELL ME STRANGE THINGS Sandy Robertson’s journey through the conflicting life of the writer, priest, and occultist THE VIRGIN OF NUREMBERG Robyn Talbot’s ongoing series on Italian Gothic cinema looks at Antonio Margheriti’s film OF MENACE AND MAMMARIES David L. Rattigan’s aside on the witch trials under the infamous Matthew Hopkins THE MONK Cleaver Patterson reviews Dominik Moll’s new film BALANCING ACT Short fiction by Joan Eyles Johnson ICONS OF HORROR Robert J.E. Simpson looks at the iconic image of the Peeping Tom poster

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