Godzilla Is The Cover Monster For Fangoria and Screem Magazines
Sources: Avery Guerra, Fangoria, Screem
FANGORIA #333 doesn’t hit the shelves or arrive in your mailbox for another few weeks, but we’ve got the first peek at the full contents and the cover—with a very big subject flashing back to our very first issue.
Way back in 1979, FANGORIA #1 put Godzilla up front, and we’re doing the same, spotlighting the updated monster from Gareth Edwards’ much-anticipated megabudget take on the Japanese classic. We’ve got a set visit and exclusive words from Edwards, along with a trip to the Aussie location of Greg McLean’s WOLF CREEK 2; Jim Jarmusch and Tilda Swinton talking their cool new vampire movie ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE; Ti West on his religious chiller THE SACRAMENT; Lucky McKee and Chris Sivertson explaining why ALL CHEERLEADERS DIE; ex-cop turned film guy Randy Jurgenson revealing the true facts behind William Friedkin’s shocking CRUISING; director Jeremy Saulnier discussing his knockout revenge pic BLUE RUIN; and much more. Head down past the cover for the full details, and click here to subscribe to FANGORIA!
SCREEM #28 starts off with a big roar as we delve into all things GODZILLA, with the film's director, Gareth Edwards.
Other interviews in the issue include Alejandro Jodorowsky (Jodorowsky's Dune, The Dance of Reality), Joshua Oppenheimer brings horror to real life when discussing his documentary The Act of Killing, Chester Turner relives memories on the set of Black Devil Doll from Hell, British actress Vanessa Howard (Girly, Corruption) is remembered, The Creature from the Black Lagoon celebrates its 60th anniversary, 1923s The Hunchback of Notre Dame gets an HD rebirth (Lon Chaney historian Michael F. Blake gives readers all the details), Blu-ray/DVD reviews, and a few more great surprises come your way in SCREEM #28.
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