Issue 151: The Scream Queens Special
A good mix of horror gals old and new, including Human Centipede star Ashlynn Yennie, Barbara Leigh-Hunt and cult movie favourite Traci Lords.
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Happy Christmas fear fans! Why was Santa’s Little Helper feeling depressed? He had low elf-esteem. Personally though I’m feeling quite chuffed at having just finished this special Scream Queens issue by the skin of my pearly whites. I didn’t realise …
Acclaimed stage actress Barbara Leigh-Hunt appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s penultimate film, Frenzy (1972), as a woman raped and strangled by a serial killer. Here she talks with Simon Hooper about her experiences on the movie…
Denis Meikle examines how women’s lib put the Evil into Eve!
The Dark Side’s Calum Waddell catches up with Ashlynn Yennie, the horror hottie from the The Human Centipede movies, to find out about the trials and tribulations of being sewn ass-to-mouth in one of the genre’s most iconic images of recent years…
From the bump and grind to the big time – Traci Lords has had a career that shocks and stimulates… She talks to Calum Wadell about it.
Eighties slasher classic Sleepaway Camp remains one of Quentin Tarantino’s fave slasher flicks. It also gave rise to Scream Queen Felissa Rose, interviewed here by Calum Waddell.
Heather Lagenkamp was Freddy Krueger’s arch nemesis and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful scream queens in horror history. Calum Waddell caught up with her for this exclusive one-on-one…
Rick Melton is the kind of chap who would have been called a shining wit – by Dr. Spooner. This time round our resident artistic genius dissects Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed and once again proves he will never be the man his mother was…