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Diabolique Magazine No. 15 (Mar/Apr 2013)

Our Rock and Horror issue of Diabolique takes you on a journey through the spectacle and madness of music-related horror entertainment. From the first time a musician put on a scary costume to perform on stage to the destructive and violent backlash from “Polite Society,” we reveal the scathing facts about your favorite rockers. Including exclusive interviews with Rob Zombie, Kirk Hammett, and with a special focus on Skinny Puppy’s Kevin “Ogre” Ogilvie, Diabolique’s latest and greatest issue provides you with as much spine-rattling entertainment as you can take! Also featured in this issue are a rare exclusive interview with famous Korean genre filmmaker Chan-wook Park (Stoker, Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance), a review of the new screenwriting book by Dan O’Bannon (Alien, Return of the Living Dead), the ethereal and frightening images of artist Jim Cummins (aka “I, Braineater”), and much much more!

Inside this issue:

A BEAUTIFUL PARK TWISTED FANTASY
Chan-wook Park clarifies a few things about his new film Stoker

THEY SOLD THEIR SOULS FOR ROCK N’ ROLL
Almost a century’s worth of singers who scare us while they croon

FILM REVIEW
Rob Zombie bewitches audiences with The Lords of Salem

DEVIL’S MUSIC
Where the real horror is at: violent conservative backlash to taboo topics

BOOK REVIEW
A look at Dan O’Bannon’s new book on screenwriting

TOO MUCH RED
Psychological horror stories vs. splatter filmmaking

ART OF DARKNESS: JIM CUMMINS
Featured artist Jim Cummins tells Diabolique about the art scene in Vancouver

KIRK HAMMETT: TOO MUCH HORROR BUSINESS
Metallica’s guitarist invites us into HIS horror pages

ON THE CUTTING EDGE: CAREFUL, IT BITES…
Skinny Puppy’s Ogre reveals several of his many faces

THE SOUND OF FEAR
Some sound frequencies can cause hallucinations and madness…

About Scott Feinblatt

Scott Feinblatt is an independent filmmaker who writes, produces, directs, and scores most of his projects. His feature, Outtake Reel (2011), is a unique spin on the found footage genre, and his short horror film, Tuning In, Tuning Out, is a surreal take on the threats of a media-dominated society.

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  1. This issue is a MUST HAVE for anybody who has ever received disdainful looks from “polite” society because of his / her choice of music.

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