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Current Issue

NO 211,  released 03/09/2020
(9 in stock)

Features: Christopher Lee, Vampire Films, Radio Terror, Michael Armstrong, Laura Gemser

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Next Issue: NO 212, Due:15/10/2020
The Dark Side is a bi-monthly UK magazine that looks at macabre and horror films that reviews recent horror releases, interviews old and new figures within the horror industry and features articles on ongoing trends and the legacy of horror.

Horror is a proud legacy of our entertainment culture that weaves its thick tendrils throughout the symphonies of past screams into our daily lives. From western to eastern horror, modern and gothic, there is something to be appreciated, feared and loved in all the great horror traditions and The Dark Side is here to catalogue this hither-to unseen side of ourselves.

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For anyone with a passion for being scared out of their pants or tough enough to enjoy a sloppy blood-fest, The Dark Side is a great publication for unleashing our inner cry-babies. Extensive review sections and exclusive interviews with the directors, actors and other shadowy figures that make our experiments in primal fear possible, there is little here to disappoint.

The writers have a genuine passion for what they are doing which comes across not only in articles on new and future media, but also in the appreciation for more ‘retro’ forms of horror whose shoulders our modern giants stand on. Witty and inspiring in its approach to recognising the contributions of horror, any reader who wishes to connect with the culture of horror films will get a right kick out of The Dark Side.

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