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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 63
November 1996

Issue 62
October 1996
French Horror Special- France macabre- showing that the Gallic gore scene is alive and screaming, hardcore horror heroine- an interview with Brigitte Lahaie, Two Orphan Vampires- a Jean Rollin movie that wouldn't get a yes from an adoption agency, all-night frightfest- a sellout fest with guests of honour including: Caroline Munro, Brigitte Lahaie and Jean Rollin, Diabolical- how Hollywood remade Les Diaboliques and ruined it, Giallo guide part2.

Issue 61
September 1996

Issue 60
August 1996

Issue 59
July 1996
Berman and Baker- from Jason King (ugh!) to Jack the Ripper, The Omen 20 years on- creepy mishaps and close calls make Harvey Bernhard think his pictures were jinxed, Maniac on the loose- the most notorious gory movie neverr to make the nasties list, whatever happened to Damien- we interview the anti-Chris aka Harvey Stephens, I was a teenage monster maker- Herman Cohen confesses, Dark Side classic- The Bride of Frankenstein one of the strangest but a cult film.

Issue 58
June 1996
Nasies Special- complete guide to the UK's most forbidden movies, A Clockwork Orange- is it an a-peeling moral masterpiece or what! Andy Warhol's monsters- the flesh and blood show, secret nasties- we take a look at videos that were refused by the BBFC, Farewell,Lucio- a tribute from Dark Side to the great director, Christians vs Lions- we take on the moral majority and guess who wins.

Issue 57
May 1996
Wops Apocalyse!- Italian holocaust movies, Laser chainsaw horrors- some of the rarer works of Karloff and Lugosi coming onto the disc market, Lady in Deep Red- Daria Nicolodi goes for the jugular, A to Z of Dark Side- a not to be missed handy guide to no's 1 to 55 of the Dark Side magazine.

Issue 56
April 1996
Chilling Chines Special: Deadly China doll man- interview with Godfrey Ho, oriental nasties- category 3 sleaze, spooky encounters- profile of Tsui Hark, oriental nursery crimes- the bloodthirsty Lone wolf/Baby Cart series investigated, Onibaba aka The Hole- looking into the macabre masterpiece of Kaneto Shindo, made in Hong Kong- not plastic but fantastic goodies.

Issue 55
March 1996
Voices from beyond- cult Italian filmmaker Pupi Avati is unearthed, hide and shriek- interview with Avengers' Brian Clemens (sometime Hammer screenwriter), tombstone territory- we gallop into weird spaghetti westerns, Satan's sadist- Al Adamson ( discovered cemented into his own jacuzzi) is profiled, Silent's is golden- we look back on Metropolis in our Dark Side classic.

Issue 54
February 1996
Diva of the living dead- we interview Catriona MacColl about her Italian jobs, Strange days- there was more violence in fighting for tickets, fatal frames- the 'video killer' is at large: preview of a new Italian flick that follows in the bloody footprints of Dario Argento and Mario Bavafriendly frights- charts the rise and fall of Hammer's main rival Amicus, street smart- Roy (street trash) Frumkes talks about budgets.

Issue 53
January 1996
The Tyburn Factor- a look at the torment, terror and tedium that afflicted Tyburn Films, Eurofest 1995- we ketchup with exploitation king Joe D'Amato, rat's showbiz- tales of terror from Bruno Mattei, Martians invade Manchester- Manchester's 6th.Festival of Fantastic Films featured guests appearances by:Roger Corman, Ann Robinson and Barbara Shelley, choice cuts- we examne the cuts made to George Romero's Martin, The Crazies and Season ofthe Witch

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