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The Magazine Of The Macabre And Fantastic
Modern Horror Monthly Magazine from United Kingdom

- First issue: 1990
- Issued every 6 weeks, 9 per year.
- Months are not shown on covers so from #196 are this site's additions.
- Published by Ghoulish Publishing Limited
- Website: www.thedarksidemagazine.com/

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Issue 37
December 1993
Trains and boats and pains-revenge is sweet as we warm up some old reviews of classic revenge movies, the Udo Kier story- Warhol's Frankenstein unbound as we profile 70's splatter icon Udo Kier, Festival of fright- we investigate the horrors on display at the London Film Festival, Wolves at the door- true-life terror with Germany's most infamous killerFritz Haarman, the Dark Side horror guide reaches 'B'.

Issue 36
October/November 1993

Issue 35
September 1993
Puppets from Hell- creating the stars of Sam Raimi's Army of Darkness, Avoriaz meltdown- reporting on the Fantasy Film Festival, we continue to interview Barbara Steele in the second part, creepy crawly killers- an itchy look at insects in films. And Dark Side's incredibly strange movie-guide.

Issue 34
July/August 1993
Scream Queen Special- The she-wolf speaks- Isla mistress of mayhem: Dyanne Thorne interview, Steele crazy- the screen's scariest witch is interviewed (in two parts)what else! A to Z of Italian horror heroines- petrifying picture gallery, Hammer Glamour- the vamps and vixens, from Porn to Pain- Brigitte Lahaie's wild world Michael Armstrong interviewed- the bad boy of 60's horror movies, aa article on Val Lewton- he of The Cat People and I Walked with a Zombie.

Issue 33
June 1993
Prehysterical Dinosaur Special- Spielberg's Jurassic Park- will it be bigger that Alton Towers? Stop motion wizard Ray Harryhausen talks about his long career, also Harryhausen monster gallery, Godzilla and friends- watch out Tokyo here they come, Carnosaur- an exclusive on Roger Corman's Dinosaur epic, Dawn of the Daft- the silliest Zombie movies of all time.

Issue 32
May 1993
Zombie special- Night of the Living Dead revisited- meet the stars of Romero's horror classic, Return of the Living Dead 111- my girlfriend is a Zombie, Manchester Morgue Massacre- a retrospective look at a fear favourite, D'Amato ketchup- shocks from a spaghetti source as we profile Joe D'Amato, Zombie guide- more raves from the gravesWhite Zombie- Bela Lugosi stars in a Dark Side horror classic.

Issue 31
April 1993
Jess Franco special- everything you've ever wanted to know about Spain's most prolific horror director, terror in the aisles- take your seats for Joe Dante's Matinee, Orloff unveiled- Franco favourite Howard Vernon interviewed, Clive Barker update- more hellish tittle-tattle from this horror guru, Bela Lugosi is out for the count in a Dark Side horror classic

Issue 30
March 1993
Spanish cries- the Paul Naschy story, Hell writer- Pete Atkins talks about screenplays for Hellraiser's 2 and 3, Innocent Blood- John Landis on his new vampire movie, Rainman and make-up maestro Steve Johnson, Stephen Gallagher speaks about his writings, an interview with Donald Pleasence-from Crippen to Halloween.

Issue 29
February 1993
Vampire special- an exclusive Coppola interview about Bram Stoker's Dracula, the undead Italian style- vampires who like spaghetti, the lady is a vamp- get your teeth into some sexy lady vampires, British bloodsuckers- inside Hammer's Dracula series, make-up expert Michael Burnett shows that making up is very hard to do and news from the BBFC.

Issue 28
January 1993

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