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THE DARK SIDE
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 69
October/November 1997
Laser Library: Village Of The Damned, Videodrome, The Abominable Dr Phibes, Twice-Told Tales, Tower of London, Dracula Prince of Darkness and more.
Dark Visions: Hot news
The Warren report: The career of Norman J. Warren.
The DS horror guide: The Killing Edge to The Last House on the Left.
House of wax: Horror classic.
Choise cuts: The Stendhal Syndrome, Lifeforce.
Haunted Britain: A visit to a spooky castle.
Beyond Belief: A new horror label.
Video Vault: The Phantom, Angel Of Vengeance, Scream, Devil Doll, Space Truckers, The Devils, Stephen King's Thinner, The Projected Man, Mars Attacks, Bad Moon, The Ghost and the Darkness, Evil Ed.
William Castle: The legendary producer/director.


Issue 68
August/September 1997
Laser Library: A new review column about the latest laserdisk releases.
Dark Visions: Hot news
Alien encounters: Allan Bryce examines the Alien franchise to date and wonders whether the fourth film will be worth the wait.
The DS horror guide: Jade to Killers of the Castle of Blood.
Hammer Horrors: The full gory story of the studio that dripped blood, including a complete filmographie
Choise cuts: Seizure, Dawn of the Dead, El Topo, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, The Wind and the Lion.
Haunted Britain: A visit to a spooky castle.


Issue 67
June/July 1997
It's only shock and roll: Jess Franco is back with Killer Barbys and Tender-Flesh.
Dark Visions: Hot news
Dead Scary: George A.Romero and Dawn of the Dead
The DS horror guide: It Came from Beneath the Sea to Jesse James meets Frankenstein's Daughter
Video Vault: Campfire Tales, Bordello of Blood, The Dead Next Door, Satan's Return, Demon House, Escape from L.A., Uncle Sam, Day of the Triffids, The Curse of Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy.
Dark Side Classic: The Phantom of the Opera (1929) under the microscope.
Darklands: Interview with Julian Richards
Choise cuts: Natural Born Killers, Carnival of Souls, A Clockwork Orange, Rabid.
Razor Blade Smile: A new independent British horror flick starring Eileen Daly.
Crash and burn: David Cronenberg talks about sex, violence, cars and UK censorship.


Issue 66
April/May 1997
Eurofest '96: Jess Franco in London
'48: James Herbert's latest novel
Crash: Cronenberg's movie and the censors
The DS horror guide: Invasion of the Body Snatchers to It!
Video Vault: The Day of the Beast, Little witches, Eraser, The Stendhal Syndrome.
Bryant Haliday: A tribute to the great horror star
Ian McCulloch: Interviewed
Choise cuts: censors' new victims
Debbie Rochon: The career of a scream queen
Also Letters, News.


Issue 65
February/March 1997
Brian Yuzna: 2nd part of the interview with the famous producer/director whose work has re-animated the fading horror genre.
Joel M. Reed: Director/actor of the 1975 Bloodsucking Freaks.
Fanzine focus: Latest info on Attack Of The Scissor People, Drone, Data Dump, A Bag Of Sand, Third Eye, Media Scene, etc.
The DS horror guide: I Married A Witch to Invasion of the Body Snatchers
Video Vault: Screamers, Darkman 3, Lurking Fear, Serpent's Lair.
X-Files: 2nd part of the guide to the new episodes.
Dark visions: News from MIFED, Gamera 2, Terminal Force, Scream and more.
Luigi Bazzoni: A forgotten stylist of Italian horror cinema whose haunting work is now ripe for discovery via the Redemption video label.
Cheap thrills: A report on Britain's up and coming shockmeisters.


Issue 64
Dec/January 1997
Brian Yuzna: 1st part of the interview with the famous producer/director whose work has re-animated the fading horror genre.
Kolchak-The Night Stalker: A Chicago-based newspaper reporter who was cronicling equally, to X-Files, bizarre cases.
The DS horror guide: Howl of the Devil to I Married a Monster from Outer Space.
Video Vault: Vampire In Brooklyn, Copycat, Crossworlds, Thirteen Ghosts, Sci-Fighters, Homicidal.
X-Files: Firebugs, liver-eaters, embittered quadraplegics, even living decapitated heads... and the 2nd part of the guide to the new episodes. Also Gillian Anderson talks about the serial.
Dark visions: Hot news of the new 007 adventure, the sequel to Jurassic Park and more.
19th Sitges International Fantasy Film Festival: From Killer Tongue to The Frighteners.
Choice cuts: Natural Born Killers.

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