GOREZONE #35: Full contents, final cover!Fango Local,Movies/TV,News Fangoria Staff
The long-awaited next issue of GOREZONE is getting ready to ship, and we’ve got the complete list of contents past the jump that we’re sure will be worth the anticipation!
Up front on GZ #35 is a lengthy interview with Frederick R. Friedel, director of the drive-in classics AXE and KIDNAPPED COED, revealing behind-the-scenes stories as shocking as the films themselves (headed for Blu-ray in December from Severin Films). We also have a chat with fetish-horror maven William Hellfire about his own controversial flicks and his days with cult queen Misty Mundae; a roundtable disgust-ion with the creators of AMERICAN GUINEA PIG; Bob Balaban on directing PARENTS and acting in Ken Russell’s ALTERED STATES; a pictorial and words with busy indie-horror actress Sarah Nicklin; actor John Jarratt talking about his memorable villain in the WOLF CREEK movies; the second part of our complete Black Sabbath discography; and more! To order this and other individual issues of GOREZONE, click here, and order full subscriptions here.
BLOOD FEST “Axe” cuts deeper with time
INTERVIEW: WILLIAM HELLFIRE The man who introduced the world to Misty Mundae now hangs a new heroine on an “Upsidedown Cross.”
INTERVIEW: FREDERICK R. FRIEDEL His ’70s shockers “Axe” and “Kidnapped Coed” have had a long and tortured history.
INTERVIEW/PICTORIAL: SARAH NICKLIN She’s played good, bad and everything in between on the scream screen scene.
INTERVIEW: BOB BALABAN The “Altered States” actor turned director to father a unique take on cannibalism with “Parents.”
RETROSPECTIVE: “BODY MELT” Even among Down Under hypersplatter flicks, Philip Brophy’s effort stands out.
INTERVIEW: JOHN JARRATT Two trips to “Wolf Creek” have given the veteran actor his greatest and most frightful fame.
FEATURE: “AMERICAN GUINEA PIG” The gang behind “Bouquet of Blood & Guts” discusses their exercise in disgust.
FEATURE: DOG FASHION DISCO The uncategorizable band has always included macabre ingredients in their musical mix.
BENE’S BLOODY BITS “Urban Legends: Bloody Mary” gave the franchise a needed jolt.
RETROSPECTIVE: BLACK SABBATH, PART TWO Band members came and went as the metal madmen kept rocking and shocking.
SPLATTER HALL OF FAME Buddy Cooper’s “The Mutilator”