Inside this issue:
FRIGHT FROM THE FRINGE
Chris Hallock’s new column introduces our readers to a broad spectrum of independent horror residing on the outskirts of the multiplex.
Christopher Bruno reflects on Georges Franju’s provocative dissection of the doctoral profession, Eyes Without A Face.
Colin McCracken sits down with directorial duo, “Twisted Twins” Jen & Sylvia Soska, for an exclusive chat on Medical Horror and their growing filmography, including their latest WWE-produced slasher, See No Evil 2.
THE DEVIL MADE US WATCH IT: THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES
Alexandra West’s column pays homage to the black-comedic Vincent Price vehicle, The Abominable Dr. Phibes.
METHOD TO THE MADNESS
Is Stuart Gordon’s Re-Animator medically accurate? Jake Whritner explains the scientific plausibility of cinema’s best-known Lovecraftian adaptation.
ANATOMY OF A TRILOGY
Kyle Turner examines Tom Six’s soon-to-be-completed, not-soon-to-be-forgotten Human Centipede trilogy.
Kat Ellinger’s new column reviews the hottest vintage Euro-Horror Blu-Ray releases.
LOVECRAFT’S WEST WORLD
Max Weinstein digs through the words of H.P. Lovecraft’s letters, bibliography, biographers, and critics to tell the story of the man behind the weird world of “Herbert West—Reanimator.”
YOU DON’T KNOW JACK
On the film’s 50th anniversary, The Academy has restored Jack Hill’s Spider Baby, cementing its cultural importance. Hill tells Diabolique he isn’t sure what all the fuss is about.
PLASTIC PRISON (PART I)
Does our anatomy shape our destiny? Joe Yanick goes beneath The Skin I Live In to answer this question and more in the first half of his two-part piece.