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Diabolique embraces childhood horrors! Inside this issue: Growing Up Lynch Olivia Saperstein talks to Jennifer Lynch about her new film and the influence her famous father had on her as an artist. Anatomy of Eli Roth’s Goretorium David Calbert interviews Eli Roth about his gory new “Haunted House” in Las Vegas. All Abhorred! Ghost Trains & Haunted Attractions Brandon Kosters traces the roots of some of our most famous haunted attractions. Halloween: Boundary Between the Living & the Dead Kyle Kouri gives us a brief history of everyone’s favorite holiday. Biting Commentary Brandon Kosters on the Batman’s resurgence as a figurehead for macabre social critique. It’s Alive! Ghastly Images for the Whole Family Scott Feinblatt sits down with members of Tim Burton’s production team to discuss the making of Frankenweenie (2012). Karloff on Karloff Tony Earnshaw interviews Sara Karloff about her father’s incredible career and legacy. The Puppeteer’s Tale Scott Feinblatt talks to the founder of the Old Trout Puppet Workshop as they celebrate grotesque imagery while imparting profound messages in a neglected art form. The Forbidden Forest David Calbert discusses the motif of the “dark forest” in children’s literature. Dancing with Death David Huckvale’s reflections on Gothic ballets devoted to macabre narratives.

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