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It’s alive! First look at cover and full contents for FANGORIA #345!

There’s a new Frankenstein in town, and one of his ghastly creations fronts our next issue, which is chock full of early-winter chills. Read on for the full contents and cover!

On the cover of FANGORIA #345 (out this month), meet “Gordon,” a creature who springs from the mad lab of VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN; we’ve got an extensive preview of the lavish new reimagining of Mary Shelley’s classic. Also resurrecting the dead (-ites) is Sam Raimi, who discusses ASH VS. EVIL DEAD in these pages, joined by director Michael Dougherty, gifting us with words on his Christmas horror movie KRAMPUS; directors Doron and Yoev Paz, talking their apocalyptic Israeli feature JERUZALEM; Larry Fessenden, exploring his unique oeuvre to celebrate Glass Eye Pix’s 30th anniversary; composer Fabio Frizzi, recalling his days scoring Lucio Fulci’s grisly features; reports from the sets of the atmospheric and gruesome independent features THE CONDEMNED, THE HALLOW and CHARLIE’S FARM; Clu Gulager, flashing back to THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD and his other fright fare; more from the African locations of the burgeoning Wakaliwood genre scene; assorted pro wrestlers digging into their horrific ring personas; and much more. Head down past the cover for the full details, and go here to subscribe to FANGORIA!

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INTERVIEW: SAM RAIMI The “Evil Dead” creator now unleashes weekly television torments on poor Ashley J. Williams.

PREVIEW: “KRAMPUS” The “anti-Claus” gets the major movie vehicle he’s long deserved, thanks to director Michael Dougherty.

PREVIEW: “JERUZALEM” Israeli filmmaking brothers Doron and Yoev Paz spread unholy evil across sacred ground.

ON SET: “CONDEMNED” In Eli Morgan Gesner’s infection opus, catching the murderous rage doesn’t mean you lose your personality.

PREVIEW: “DEMENTIA” The star of “The Sacrament” is on the receiving end of sinister doings in Mike Testin’s film.

INTERVIEW: LARRY FESSENDEN Sponsoring talent and social relevance are equally important to the director/producer’s agenda.

MINIFEATURE: “THE DESIGNER” Graham Reznick introduces video games that play with your psyche.

INTERVIEW: CLAY McLEOD CHAPMAN He brings many years of macabre monologue experience to Fango’s Podcast Network.

INTERVIEW: FABIO FRIZZI Lucio Fulci’s favorite composer has been making concerted efforts to repopularize his music.

PREVIEW: “VICTOR FRANKENSTEIN” The question of who the real monster is gets a fresh examination under director Paul McGuigan.

FEATURE: WAKALIWOOD HORROR, PART TWO As “Eaten Alive in Uganda” rolls, cast and observers alike are shaken and rattled.

ON SET: “THE HALLOW” Irish forest dwellers are no longer confined to legend in Corin Hardy’s mythological chiller.

ON SET: “CHARLIE’S FARM” Do you dare join us to trespass on the grounds of Chris Sun’s huge, savage psychopath?

INTERVIEW: CLU GULAGER From “Return of the Living Dead” to “Feast,” something’s always been eating at the veteran actor.

FEATURE: “MÉXICO BARBARO” Director/producer Lex Ortega et al. are seeing their ambitious anthology head north of the border.

MINIFEATURE: “EL GIGANTE” A gory grappler threatens to bust out of Gigi Saul Guerrero’s short film into a full-fledged feature.

FEATURE: HORROR WRESTLING Heel the fear when some of the sport’s baddest guys take on terrifying personas.

GRAVY

EXORDIUM Our new editor brings decades of Fango history

POSTAL ZONE They ate up our “Hannibal” issue

MONSTER INVASION Tween torment in “#Horror”

VHS YES! The Lovecraft larks “Cast a Deadly Spell” and “Witch Hunt”

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