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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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Issue 25
November/December 2012


Issue 24
May/June/July 2012
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Screem #24 takes a look a Tim Burton's Dark Shadows and reflects back on the classic ABC-TV series starring the late Jonathan Frid. Ridley Scott's Alien prequel Prometheus hits theater screens this June. We speak with the film's co-writer Jon Spaihts. Other articles in issue #24 include: Director Ted Bohus talks about the Blu-ray edition of The Deadly Spawn, Johnny Legend remembers Doodles Weaver, a retrospect on Ray Milland, Deadly Dummies: murderous mannequins on the big and small screen, interviews with actresses Francoise Pascal (The Iron Rose), Tom Weaver chats with Jeanne Cooper about the Black Zoo, The Story of Rock N Roll Comics, Stephen Thrower previews Andy Milligan's Nightbirds, which is coming to Blu-ray soon, DVD reviews, fright flick pic, and plenty more await you in Screem #24!

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