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Inside this issue: MARQUIS DE SADE’S JUSTINE AND EUGENIE (BLU-RAY REVIEW) Joe Yanick reviews Blue Underground’s latest releases of Jess Franco’s Marquis De Sade’s Justine and Eugenie on Blu-ray. A WICKER MAN’S MAN Jennifer Blair examines Christopher Lee’s iconic role as Lord Summerisle in Robin Hardy’s 1973 folk horror masterpiece, The Wicker Man. THE DEVIL MADE US WATCH IT: HORROR OF DRACULA Alexandra West’s column remembers Terence Fisher’s 1958 Hammer horror classic, Horror of Dracula. THE LIFE-BLOOD OF DRACULA James Gracey explores the sex, sin, and sensations of Christopher Lee’s unique spin on Dracula and the vampire archetype. COUNT PERVERSION, THE WHIP AND THE LIVING DEAD Kat Ellinger champions Christopher Lee’s oft-overlooked mainland European genre films, from Uncle Was A Vampire to Horror Express and everything in between. CHRISTOPHER LEE: METALHEAD Joseph Schafer speaks with Luca Turilli of the symphonic power metal band, Rhapsody of Fire, on Christopher Lee’s headfirst dive into the world of Heavy Metal. THE NIGHT CHRISTOPHER LEE SANG TO ME Author of British Gothic Cinema, Barry Forshaw, recalls a personal encounter with Christopher Lee, and reflects on the actor’s enduring influence. BLU MAGICK Kat Ellinger’s column reviews the hottest vintage Euro-Horror Blu-Ray releases. LIFE AFTER UNDEATH Max Weinstein tells the story of Christopher Lee’s pivotal move from Hammer to Hollywood to reinvent his public persona.

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