Diabolique Magazine No. 5 (Jul/Aug 2011)
Diabolique Magazine’s Indie Horror Issue!
Table of Contents:
ANATOMY OF A HORROR PRODUCT
Independent horror filmmaker Scott Feinblatt presents us with the first of two articles this issue, looking at the thorny issues facing independent producers of horror, based on his own experiences producing the micro-budget film Outtake Reel.
BIRTH OF AN E-NATION
In the second of our two features looking at the state of independent horror production, author Guido Henkel talks about his experiences with literary fiction publication.
THE INEVITABLE IMPLOSION OF NORMALITY
Steve Head interviews independent filmmaker Lucky McKee, whose new feature The Woman (an adaptation of a Jack Ketchum story) recently screened at Sundance, a film which generated a great deal of controversy.
A BEAUTIFUL SHADOW
Keri O’Shea takes the new American feature The Mourning Portrait as a spring-board for an examination of the peculiar cultural phenomenon of memorial photography and its use in horror cinema.
GOOGLING FOR NATIVES
The third (and final) part in Rafael Miguel Montes’ series on Cuban horror — which this issue builds on the growing press excitement surrounding the impending release of Juan of the Dead. The series has provided a unique insight into an important cultural movement.
BARBARA STEELE: THE GOTHIC QUEEN OF ITALY
An exclusive new interview with horror legend, Barbara Steele, courtesy of Paulo Zelati. The elusive Steele recently made a return to Italian Horror and we are delighted to be able to share the interview with you.
THE HORRIBLE DR. HICHCOCK
We continue our Italian horror series this issue with Rob Talbot’s examination of the more Freudian aspects of Riccardo Freda’s 1962 shocker The Horrible Dr. Hichcock.
THE EVIL FROM OUR RIVER
We round up this issue with another piece of short
fiction—The Evil From Our River by José Lopes—which is presented in English for the first time.