Theaters are back open, release dates for the year’s most anticipated fright films are finally settling down, and Fango is on top of it all, bringing you horror’s hottest happenings in our summer issue!
It’s all happening inside FANGORIA #12:
- EXTENSIVE coverage of the year’s most anticipated horror film, Nia DaCosta’s Candyman! Not only does DaCosta speak exclusively to director Natalie Erika James (Relic) about the challenges of resurrecting the iconic character, but we’ve also got detailed looks at the film’s distinctive paintings, as well as insight from the film’s choreographic consultant;
- Director Josh Ruben (Scare Me) dodges the sophomore slump with his horror-comedy Werewolves Within;
- Werewolves Within star Sam Richardson talks about his favorite werewolf movie of all time, and where he falls on the great “gift/curse” lycanthropy debate;
- Author Stephen Graham Jones (My Heart Is A Chainsaw) looks under the hood of three ‘80s slashers and offers ways they can be “fixed”;
- Paul Davis (author of Beware The Moon) goes deep on American Werewolf In London’s iconic transformation;
- A look back at the classic (well, mostly classic) werewolves of 1981;
- Director David Bruckner delves into The Night House with Radio Silence (Ready or Not; Scream).
And much (obviously - there’s 100 pages to fill) more!