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Diabolique Magazine No. 11 (Jul/Aug 2012)

Diabolique Magazine celebrates DARK SHADOWS!

Inside this issue:

  • The Darkest and Longest of Shadows – David Del Valle remembers his friend Jonathan Frid
  • Remembering Kaneto Shindô – Jay McRoy reflects on the passing of a great master of Japanese Cinema
  • Even the Ghosts are Haunted – Jay McRoy on Kenji Mizoguchi’s legendary ghost story, Ugetsu Monogatari
  • Collinwood Calling – Robert J.E. Simpson discusses Dark Shadows, old and new
  • Fear in the Afternoon – Drew Beard on Dark Shadows, Gothic horror and the soap opera
  • Born Weird – Michele Galgana profiles indie filmmaker Don Coscarelli (Phantasm, John Dies at the End)
  • Aspects of Gothic Opera – David Huckvale finds the links between Gothic opera and modern horror
  • Phantom of the Opera – David L. Rattigan on how the love that ‘never dies’ died
  • Jess Franco’s Count Dracula – Robyn Talbot examines the exploitation maestro’s adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel
  • Excision – Matthew Coniam reviews Richard Bates Jr.’s new indie film
  • The Glass Bead – Fiction by Joan Eyles Johnson

…and more.

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About Robert JE Simpson

Robert J.E. Simpson works as a film historian, writer, and broadcaster based in Belfast. He recently threw away a career in libraries for a stint as an independent publisher ( His personal website is

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