Inside this issue:
DIABOLIQUE’S TOP 10 HORROR FILMS OF 2013
Diabolique’s many contributors weigh in on the best genre films of 2013.
THE OLD, THE NEW AND THE IN BETWEEN
Max Weinstein gauges the headspace of filmmakers young and old who are determined to maintain artistic prominence amidst social and technological change, with words from Dario Argento and Vincenzo Natali.
Max Weinstein investigates the building momentum behind the Bigfoot subgenre, with words from Bobcat Goldthwait, Eduardo Sánchez, and the cast of Finding Bigfoot.
Madeleine Koestner sits down with Jennifer Lynch to discuss her complex relationship with filmmaking, her revered father, David, and the horror genre.
THE INCREDIBLE SULK
Astron-6’s Conor Sweeney (Father’s Day, Manborg) issues a call to action to filmmakers, film critics, and fans of the horror community.
THE GATE KEEPERS
Colin McCracken explores producer David Bond’s horror anthology, The Profane Exhibit.
THE DEVIL MADE US WATC H IT: INSIDIOUS
Alexandra West’s column takes a look at James Wan’s paranormal shocker, Insidious.
I MAESTRI RITORNANO
Italian exploitation icons Ruggero Deodato, Umberto Lenzi, Sergio Martino, and others, give Colin McCracken an early look at their upcoming horror anthology, The Book.
Jamie Carruthers weighs the pros and cons of the lingering effect of Roger Corman’s cinematic influence, with words from Corman.
ON THE CUTTING EDGE: A MATTER OF PERSPECTIVE
Director Franck Khalfoun speaks with Joe Yanick about New Zealand’s banning of his slasher remake, Maniac, and the film’s unique reconfiguration of its source material.
ART OF DARKNESS: EYE ON THE FUTURE
Joe Yanick breaks down the digital distribution outfit, Panel Syndicate, and its new detective series, The Private Eye, with their creator, award-winning artist Marcos Martin.