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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 81
October/November 1999
Mighty Peking girl- interview with Evelyne Kraft the Swiss miss, Life among the cannibals- Xtro! Xtro! Read all about it: Harry Bromley-Davenport doesn't mince his words in this interview, life's a bitch- we interview Gerry O'Hara director of The Bitch and more, musical scares- talking to Docion Alucarda (!) projrct originator of Lucio Fulci: Symphony of Fear.

Issue 80
August/September 1999
Corpse grinder- we meet filmmaker Ted V.Mikels who gave us The Astro-Zombies amongst others, killer bytes- come along to Silent Hill and play if you dare! Fantasporto 1999- a report on this film festival in Portugal.

Issue 79
June/July 1999
Pagan rituals- Mondo Macabro author Pete Tombs is interviewed, Hollywood Hot Tub horrors- we meet maestro Fred Olen Ray and his sexy scream queens, Canadian clubbed- diary of some of the gory joys on offer in Montreal, Mmmmm...The Dark Side horror guide goes on.

Issue 78
April/May 1999
Lucio Fulci's Incredible Celluloid Festival '98: A special DS report.
The DS horror guide: The Most Dangerous Game to Murder Weapon.
Dark Visions: Hot news. The Haunting of Hill House, Soldier, Darkness Falls, Night Time and more.
Laser Library: Checking out some Argento classics on laser, plus the long-awaited 'uncut' disc of Mario Bava's Blood And Black Lace.
Tigon's tales of terror: Tigon boss Tony Tenser in an exclusive interview.
Video Vault: The Avengers, The X-Files, Progeny, Godzilla, The Dentist 2, Carnival Of Souls.
Killer Bytes: Martyn Carrol examines how horror movies influence horror video games.
L'ultimo D'Amato Interview: A tribute to the prolific director of such exploitation hits as Blue Holocaust and Anthropophagous, who died recently of a heart attack.
Jeanne Carmen: 50s starlet stripped for men's mags, hustled for The Mob In Vegas, made out with Elvis and Sinatra, and got carried away by a sea monster.

Issue 77
February/March 1999
Laser Library: Deep Rising, Leviathan, The Reincarnation of Isabel, Goszilla and more.
Men Behind The Sun: Director T.F. Mous justify the sadisic animal slaughter and the grim use of real life corpses in his most infamous movie.
The DS horror guide: The Monster and the Stripper to Mortuary.
Choise cuts: Satellite, Bravo and Channel 4's news, .
Spanish inquisition: a report from the 8th San Sebastian Film Festival.
Mutterings from MIFED: Another report. This time from the MIFED market in Milan.
Fant-Asia 98: A report from Montreal's 3nd Festival.
Neve Campbell: Meet the sexy scream queen who survived a breakdown at the age of 14 to become one of the hottest properties in Hollywood.
Carpenter has risen from the grave: Halloween's creator talks about his new movie Vampires.

Issue 76
Dec/January 1999
Voice of terror- Nick Alexander does some plain speaking about his dubbing career, driller killer- we interview Phantasm's Don Coscarelli, Carpocalypse now- we look at the roadkill computer games now available, Jaws revisited- Dark Side horror classic features Stephen Spielberg's Jaws, lucky black cats- not if you're in their way in a horror movie!

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