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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 111
October/November 2004
Local Hero! Filmed in Peter Jackson's homeland of New Zealand, The Locals may not be a gorefest, but it's a horror movie with a difference, as Jay Slater found out when he talked to its talented young director Greg Page.
2001 A Gore Odyssey! After a long sleep, Zombie are on the streets again in a big way. Anchor Bay have just dug up the classic Night Of The Living Dead trilogy for a Special Edition box set, and Allan Bryce checks out this grave event!
Losing Face! Danny Solle takes a look inside French director Georges Franju's Theatre of Cruelty and examines the forgotten masterpiece Les Yeux Sans Visage, aka Eyes Without A Face.
Croaked On Camera! Calum Waddell Interviews John Alan Schwartz - the man behind the legendary video nasty, Faces Of Death!
To The Devil... A Director! Jonathan Sothcott interviews Peter Sykes, who went from working with Frankie Howerd and Steptoe And Son to directing To The Devil... A Daughter!


Issue 110
August/September 2004
Issue #110-August/September 2004 Shocks On The Box: The Horror Channel, the world's first English language television channel dedicated to the dark side of cinema, launches as a free-to-view Sky channel. Allan Bryce went along to sit in on their audition day for new presenters to check out what they've got on offer for genre fans.
Dead Again!: After a long sleep, Zombie are on the streets again in a big way. Anchor Bay have just dug up the classic Night Of The Living Dead trilogy for a Special Edition box set, and Allan Bryce checks out this grave event!
That Friday Fearing!: Friday The 13th has become a very special day in the calendar for horror film fans. The Dark Side's Calum Waddell was on hand at a very special celebration of the film in California recently.
The Italian Dead: They just won't stay dead! With zombies now doing big business at the box office in American shockers, can it be long before the Italian rip-offs start up again too? John Martin thinks it's a cause for, er, grave concern.
High Tension: Haute Tension, or Switchblade Romance, is simply one of the best horror movies we've seen in ages, and we're delighted that this fab French shocker is getting an uncut UK release. Jason Arnopp interviewed its director, Alexandre Aja on our behalf.


Issue 109
June/July 2004
From Dead Till Dawn - The ghouls are back in the shopping mall, in a remake of the Romero zombie classic!, The Ed muses on the state of censorship in the UK today!, She Wolves and Harem Keepers - Meet Don Edmonds, the director of the infamous Ilsa She Wolf Of The SS!, San Sebastian Revisited, Where D'Angelis Fears To Tread! - John Martin interviews the producer of Zombie Flesh-Eaters and many more exploitational classics!


Issue 108
April/May 2004
Issue #108-April/May 2004 Re-Ant-imator: Stuart Gordon is back with King Of The Ants. The director and his star Chris McKenna talk about bringing a brutal vision to screen.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Superman to Syngenor.
Skinned Alive!: Top horror FX man Gabe Bartalos makes his directorial debut with Skinned Alive.
DVD Video Library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Frankenstein (1910), The Spiral, The Red Monks, Vampires, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Schlock! The Secret History Of American Movies, Seeds Of Sin, Underworld, Onibaba and many more.
Plain Shrieking: 1: Interview with John Sirabella, head honcho of the Shriek Show DVD label.
Joe's Jolts!: Interview with Joe Zito - director of The Prowler, Friday The 13th: The Final Chapter and a whole host of exploitation classics.
Black cats and cannon fodder: Last part of Luigi Cozzi's interview.


Issue 107
February/March 2004
Horror Hill: Jack Hill speaks about his career in schlock, blaxploitation and grinding it out under the cost effective productions of Roger Corman.
The Dark Side horror guide: From The Stranger From Venus to Supergirl.
DVD Video Library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including The Alien Quadrilogy, Terminator 3, Ghoulies I and II, Beyond ReAnimator, Deep River Savages, Hell's Highway and many more.
Faces Of Death: The shocking truth about all those nasty mondo movies.
Fantasia Fest: The sights and sounds of one of the genre's premier festivals.
Luigi in space: 2nd part of Luigi Cozzi's interview.


Issue 106
Dec/January 2004
Five slays in Milan: An epic interview (in 3 parts) with Italian horror director Luigi Cozzi.
Inside the fantastic factory: A look round the scariest studios in Europe.
The Dark Side horror guide: From Star Trek: The Motion Picture to The Stranger.
DVD Video Library: Allan Bryce checks out the latest DVD releases including Rasputin The Mad Monk, Frankenstein Created Woman, Plague Of The Zombies, The Vengeance Of She, To The Devil A Daughter, Masque Of The Red Death, Identity, Day Of The Dead and many more.
London frights!: A report on the annual FrightFest.
Frankenstein's daughter: Meet Sara Karloff - the gal who called Boris daddy.
Dante's inferno: Interview with cult filmmaker Dante Tomaselli.
The saw is family: Classic fear franchises coming back from the dead.

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