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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 144
November/December 2011
The Halloween Issue

Man Behind the Mask
Meet Kane Hodder, Friday The 13th's Jason!
Zombie Creeping Flesh
Video Nasty Star Franco Garofalo Talks.
Django Strikes Back
Franco Nero Shoots From The Lip...
Destruction Down Under
Aussie Exploitation Meltdown!
Argento's Dracula 3D
A Vampire In Your Lap!
The King of Carnage
Gore Guru Tom Savini Interviewed!
Englund Swings
Are You Ready For Freddy? We Chat To Robert Englund!



Issue 143
September/October 2011



Issue 142
July/August 2011

Jason X-ploitation

You don't want to trifle with a tramp and his rifle. Especially if that tramp is Rutger Hauer and that rifle is a shotgun. Alan Jones talks with Jason Eisener, director of the gory Grindhouse hit, Hobo With A Shotgun.

In The Zone

"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known by man. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity..." There's a signpost up ahead, guess what it says?

Hills of Fire

From Alien to The Warriors and from Streets of Fire to Johnny Handsome, Walter Hill has caused controversy and carnage in equal measures. The Dark Side's Calum Waddell catches up with him...

Femmes Fatale

What constitutes a Scream Queen? Allan Bryce attempts to find out as he interviews horror film actresses Jennifer Lim and Marysia Kay...

King of the Chainsaw

Erstwhile Leatherface actor Gunnar Hansen speaks to Dark Side about the trials and tribulations of sawing his way into screen history!

An Eye for Horror

Alan Jones experiences the blind terror of Julia's Eyes and interviews director Guillem Morales about his creepy modern day classic.

Helle's Belles

Tom DeSimone might be best known for 1981's superior slice 'n' dice movie Hell Night but, as Calum Waddell discovers, there is far more to his career than just low budget carnage...

The Writer Who Fell to Earth

As the 1976 David Bowie movie The Man Who Fell To Earth arrives on Blu-ray for the first time. Allan Bryce chats with the man who wrote the screenplay, former film critic Paul Mayersberg.



Issue 141
May/June 2011

Amer Amore

Alan Jones celebrates the return of the classic giallo with Amer, a movie that he says, "Continually flits through the mind like a butterfly with bloodstained wings."

Scream & Scream Again

Wes Craven revives his hugely popular horror movie franchise with the long-awaited Scream 4, and we have an interview with the man himself!

Resurrection Man

John Landis is back with Burke & Hare, another horror comedy classic about body snatchers. Alan Jones caught up with Landis on set.

Killer Clown

Allan Bryce interviews famed tough guy actor William Forsythe, who plays serial killer John Wayne Gacy in The Last Victim

Enter the Saxon

From giallo classics to battling flesh-hungry cannibals and facing up to Freddy Krueger - actor John Saxon has long carried legendary status... and rightly so! Calum Waddell catches up with the great man for a long overdue career retrospective.

Toxic Terrors

Lloyd Kaufman has been peddling his kooky celluloid for over three decades and, as The Dark Side discovers, he has no intention of slowing down any time soon.


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