The new and improved Gorezone magazine is set to make its return!
Back in the late ’80s and early ’90s, Fangoria magazine branched out and covered more hardcore, underground, and less commercial cinema with Gorezone, a magazine, that, in many circles, is considered the best periodical on the subject of horror.
Although it only made it to 27 issues, it left an indelible impression on me in my youth. It was within these pages where Chas. Balun shaped my fandom with his “Piece ‘O Mind” column. I miss you big fella.
Follow this link to the Fangoria website to get your subscription, because this baby will NOT be sold in stores. Yep… there won’t be any censorship debates this time around.
I’ve always used this analogy to best describe the two very different magazines. Fangoria is like Playboy, more polished and respectable, whereas Gorezone is brash like Penthouse, all filthy and in your face!
BLOOD FEST Reintroducing: GOREZONE!
RETROSPECTIVE: “PIECES” A lengthy look back at the chainsaw cult classic with the late director Juan Piquer Simon.
TRIBUTE: CHAS. BALUN Filmmakers, writers and artists alike all welcomed his Pieces o’ Mind.
PREVIEW: “SWITCHBLADE INSANE” SOVeteran Tim Ritter takes us behind the screams of his contribution to the “Hi-8” anthology shocker.
INTERVIEW: WALTER RUETHER He made “Death by VHS” for about the cost of a VCR back in the day.
TIM LUCAS: TALES FROM THE ATTIC There’s still more to learn about the oeuvre of Jess Franco.
INTERVIEW: IAN McCULLOCH The British actor made three Italian-backed trips into the world of flesheaters and fanatics.
PREVIEW: “THE PROFANE EXHIBIT” Another omnibus flick gives FX favorite Sergio Stivaletti his latest turn in the director’s chair.
INTERVIEW/PICTORIAL: LINNEA QUIGLEY With over 30 years in the horror biz, she’s still going strong and looking good.
TOM SAVINI’S MAKEUP FX LAB How to serve up Bacon (Kevin) with extra red sauce.
REPORT: THE HOUSECORE HORROR FILM FESTIVAL Pantera’s Philip H. Anselmo et al. bring macabre movies and music to the masses.
FICTION: “ART IS THE DEVIL” A tale of sexy girls and Satanism from the cerebrum of John Skipp.
SPLATTER HALL OF FAME “The Incredible Melting Man”