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SCREEM
Classic Monsters, Horror Irregular Fanzine from United States


- First issue: 1993
- "Focuses on bizarre cinema mainly in the horror genre".
- One of the best zines from the States, very well written and informative.
- Editor: Darryl Mayeski
- 50 black and white A4 pages.
- Website: screemag.com

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2019-12-21

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Issue 19
September/October/November 2009
"Our Fall/Winter edition of Screem celebrates the 35th anniversary of The Phantom of the Paradise. We interview several cast and crew members who reminisce about this cult classic flick. Next up, we dig into the film career of the notorious Church of Satan leader Anton LaVey. You'll learn about his work in such horror films as The Car, The Devil's Rain, and, Satanis. Also featured in this issue are interviews with directors HG Lewis (2000 Maniacs, Blood Feast), William Grefe (Death Curse of Tartu, Stanley), and Greydon Clark (Without Warning, The Bad Bunch). Long time Screem contributor David Wilt enlightens us about the weird world of Mexicana cinema, and the always entertaining Greg Goodsell gives us a sneak peek at a new horror film titled Red Velvet. Ken McIntyre is back with another fun Wrong Way Home column, and we round out the issue with a large amount of Blu-ray and DVD reviews. "


Issue 18
June/July/August 2009
Movies That Scarred Us For Life
Arch Oboler's Night Gallery
Interview with George A. Romero.

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