DIABOLIQUE
Horror, Fantasy Quarterly Magazine from United States
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- First and last issue: 2010-2017
- For fans and scholars of fantasy cinema and literature.
- Available in both digital and print editions from Horror Unlimited
- Published by Horror Unlimited
- Website: www.diaboliquemagazine.com

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Issue 7
November/December 2011


Issue 6
September/October 2011

Special collector's issue dedicated to the late Vincent Price. Exclusive interview by DIABOLIQUE staff reporter Matt Jamieson from the Vincentennial organized by Tom Stockman earlier this year in St Louis, MO with his daughter Victoria Price! Issue 6 is jam packed with many extremely rare color & b/w images taken on the set of what is considered by many to be Mr Price's best Horror film performance ever.... Witchfinder General aka The Conqueror Worm.

One of the many never-before-seen images is that of the director Michael Reeves (who sadly died prematurely at the age of 25 right after finishing that film) on the set of the movie with Mr. Price. The other spectacular images came from established collectors that specialize exclusively in rare Vincent Price memorabilia. DIABOLIQUE is the only magazine they gave permission to reproduce those unique photos!

 DIABOLIQUE Issue  6 - Table Of Contents
- Film Review: Witchfinder General
Adrian Smith reviews one of Britain's most violent and notorious horror films, which has finally been released on Blu-ray by Odeon Entertainment.

- Matthijs van Heijningen on Forming The THING
Stephen Head interviews director Matthijs van Heijningen, the hot young talent behind Universal's highly anticipated 2011 blockbuster, The Thing... a prequel to John Carpenter's film.

- 100 Years of Vincent Price
Matt Jamieson's live and exclusive coverage of this year's Vincentennial celebration in St. Louis, the birthplace of Vincent Price. Included is a brand new interview with daughter, Victoria Price.

- A conversation with Roger Corman
Robert J.E. Simpson interviews the legendary Roger Corman about his work with Vincent Price and the horror films of the 1960's... the Silver Age of Horror.

- A conversation with Ian Ogilvy
Robert J.E. Simpson's exclusive conversation with Ian Ogilvy, the star of Witchfinder General, about the making of the film and his working relationship with Vincent Price.

- Michael Reeves: Forgotten Horror Prodigy
Tony Earnshaw reflects on the promising young filmmaking talent that was cut short by an early death, just after the release of his most famous film, Witchfinder General.

- Jane Asher on Masque of the Red Death
An exclusive interview with British actress, Jane Asher on the making of Masque of the Red Death and on working with Vincent Price and Roger Corman.

- A Slice of Price
Keri O'Shea, Michelle "Izzy" Galgana, Adrian Smith, David L Rattigan, and Robert J.E. Simpson each take a Slice of Price, as they reflect on the legacy of the actor and his place in mass media.


Issue 5
July/August 2011
Film Review: Witchfinder General
Adrian Smith reviews one of Britain's most violent and notorious horror films, which has finally been released on Blu-ray by Odeon Entertainment.

Matthijs van Heijningen on Forming The Thing
Stephen Head interviews director Matthijs van Heijningen, the hot young talent behind Universal's highly anticipated 2011 blockbuster, The Thing... a prequel to John Carpenter's film.

100 Years of Vincent Price
Matt Jamieson's live and exclusive coverage of this year's Vincentennial celebration in St. Louis, the birthplace of Vincent Price. Included is a brand new interview with daughter, Victoria Price.

A conversation with Roger Corman
Robert J.E. Simpson interviews the legendary Roger Corman about his work with Vincent Price and the horror films of the 1960's... the Silver Age of Horror.

A conversation with Ian Ogilvy
Robert J.E. Simpson's exclusive conversation with Ian Ogilvy, the star of Witchfinder General, about the making of the film and his working relationship with Vincent Price.

Michael Reeves: Forgotten Horror Prodigy
Tony Earnshaw reflects on the promising young filmmaking talent that was cut short by an early death, just after the release of his most famous film, Witchfinder General.

Jane Asher on Masque of the Red Death
An exclusive interview with British actress, Jane Asher on the making of Masque of the Red Death and on working with Vincent Price and Roger Corman.

A Slice of Price
Keri O'Shea, Michelle "Izzy" Galgana, Adrian Smith, David L Rattigan, and Robert J.E. Simpson each take a Slice of Price, as they reflect on the legacy of the actor and his place in mass media.


Issue 4
April/May 2011
Film Review .................................................3 reviews on 3 independent short films based on Stephen King stories
by David L Rattigan

Pervasive Horror Entertainment .............. article on the new face of horror film distribution
by Robert Pratten

Welcome to Wake Wood ........................... Robert Simpson's exclusive report and photos from the set of the new Hammer film
by Robert J.E. Simpson

Th e New French Extremity ............................ the rise of new French horror cinema
by Sarah Crowther

Dreams of Dead Girls & Blind Vampires: personal reflections on Jean Rollin
by Nigel Wingrove

Jean Rollin: Film, Love, & the Living Dead
by Caroline Vie

Black Sunday ............................................... continuation of an ENGLISHMAN'S GUIDE TO ITALIAN GOTHIC
by Robyn Talbot

The Joys of Spring .................................... short fiction.
by Anne Doherty


Issue 3
February/March 2011

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