Emerging from the shadows come two new Fearsome Flashers: Amdi Silvestri’s winning entry, Imprint, gives a possible glimpse of the future, and Dan Weatherer will forever change the way you look at your shadow with One and Free.
Our resurrection theme has raised The Gorgon’s Kiss from Stephanie Ellis and My Search For Perfection from Paul Holbrook. Anthony Crowley treats us to a new take on a classic theme with his poem Constructing Death.
In this issue’s author interview, Steve Emmett talks to Gary McMahon – author of The Concrete Grove trilogy, The Bones of You and many other novels and short stories.
To read these and eight other dark delights look out for Massacre Magazine, Issue 2, March 1st!
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I am a huge fan a foreign films, but I have a certain weak spot for Spanish films in particular. I also can not understand why some people dislike watching a film in it’s original language with subtitles, because, personally, I wouldn’t watch them any other way. I also think that many foreign horror/ fantasy movies are *that* much better than most American ones. Pan’s Labyrinth is the film I most frequently use as an example when explaining this point of view to people.
It is a dark fantasy film set in Franco Spain, not long after the Spanish Civil war. In a way it acts as a sister movie to Guillermo del Toro’s 2001 film, ‘The Devil’s Backbone’, which has similar themes, but was set during the civil war. The story follows a young girl, Ofelia (Ivana…
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