FANGORIA Magazine Vol. 2 Issue #17

Horror icon Jamie Lee Curtis sits for a candid interview with the first man to play The Shape (Nick Castle), and the last man to play The Shape (James Jude Courtney). The trio discusses how Halloween began, how Halloween Ends, and the unusual bond the three of them share. Elsewhere in the mag we celebrate the Halloween franchise by recounting how Joe Bob Briggs was forced to reconsider his opinion of Halloween III earlier this year, and Stephen Graham Jones writes about the different genre moments that fed the flashpoint of the 1978 classic. The magazine is also excited to feature a deep dive into the making of the brand new Hellraiser, as we hear from director David Bruckner and producer David Goyer on the unexpected new directions they’re taking the property. We also meet the new Pinhead herself, Jamie Clayton, and learn some of the film’s secrets from makeup FX artists Joss & Sierra Russell. Other new releases featured:
  • A chat between Art the Clown (David Howard Thornton) and his maker (Damien Leone) about Terrifier 2
  • A preview of the millennial analog horrors of V/H/S/99;
  • We go digging for Something in the Dirt with Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead;
  • Travis Stevens is back (and shooting on 16mm!) with A Wounded Fawn;
  • The found footage horror of Deadstream;
  • Smile gives us the creeps;
  • Author Grady Hendrix chats with the star of My Best Friend’s Exorcism;
  • The worst first date ever is examined in Run Sweetheart Run.
Looking backward, we have Michael Gingold examining the fork in the road which had Joe Dante pondering Halloween III, and a revealing chat with the creator of British scare sensation Ghostwatch on its 30th anniversary. And kicking off her new, recurring space in the mag, Legends Makeup Academy co-founder Ve Neill goes deep about her epic work on the classic film Beetlejuice

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