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  • Vol. 1 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 1 #1

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    Vol 1 No. 1. Issue #1. Yossarian from Mike Nichols Catch-22 cover. Dave Prowse as the Frankenstein monster back cover. Rasputin on Film. Feature on Joseph Loseys The Damned. Trieste 70 report. Movie reviews: Beneath the Planet of the Apes, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The Crimson Cult, Fellini Satyricon, Horror House, Skullduggery, Tarzans Deadly Silence, and more. 48 pgs. Fall, 1970. Cover price: $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 1 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 1 #2

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    Vol 1 No. 2 Issue #2. House of Dark Shadows cover. Colossus, The Forbidden Project back cover. Learn How to Film King Kong for Fun and Profit. John Carradine makes a comeback. A look at AIPs Dracula. Letter from Gary Dorst. Movie reviews: Aristocats, Beast of Blood, Blood Rose, Curse of the Vampires, House of Dark Shadows, Taste the Blood of Dracula, Trog, Vampire Lovers, and more. 48 pgs. Winter, 1971. Cover price: $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 1 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 1 #3

    Vol 1 No. 3 Issue #3. The Andromeda Strain cover. Vincent Price Dr. Phibes back cover. Original Fantasy from Daiei. Portrait of Jennie: A Retrospect. Movie reviews: The Mephisto Waltz, The Night Visitor, The Phantom Tollbooth, THX 1138, When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth, and more. Albert S. DAgostino—A Tribute. Mamoulian: On His Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. 48 pgs. Summer, 1971. Cover price: $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 1 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 1 #4

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    Vol 1 No. 4 Issue # 4. Fall 1971. Articles on George Pal (part 1) and ABC's movie of the week. Many movie reviews, including Escape From the Planet of the Apes, Scars of Dracula, Horror of Frankenstein, Willard, and more. High Quality slick paper; black and white; 44 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 2 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 2 #1

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    Vol 2 No. 1 Issue # 5. Spring 1972. Interviews with directors Paul Wendkos and Alan Gadney; history of fantasy film animation (continued), and many film reviews, including Flesh Gordon, The Devils, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, The Clowns, Lust for a Vampire, The Omega Man, Willard, and more. High quality slick paper; black and white; 48 pages. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 2 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 2 #2

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    This special Planet of the Apes issue includes the following: interviews with writers, actors, producers, and others involved in the Planet of the Apes film series; Bruce Dern and Douglas Trumbull on Silent Running; a chat with Peter Cushing about Dracula "today"; on the set of Dr. Phibes Rises Again; reviews of Silent Running, A Clockwork Orange, and other films; a letter by Robert Bloch; and more. Cover scene is from Planet of the Apes. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 2 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 2 #3

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    The Other front and back cover. George Romero interview. On Invasion of the Body Snatchers by Stuart A. Kaminsky. Movie reviews: Play Misty for Me, Moonchild, Macbeth, Fright, The Other, Silent Running, and more. Feature on Dark Star. Christopher Lee and Anthony Nelson Keys talk about Charlemagne Productions. 48 pgs. Vol. 2 #3. Winter, 1973. Cover price: $1.00. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 2 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 2 #4

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    This special Amicus Films issue includes the following: an interview with Milton Subotsky; a piece on the influential work of Jacques Tourneur; an interview with Tourneur; reviews of Asylum, Countess Dracula, and other movies; features on The Legend of Hell House, Soylent Green, and Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell; and more. Cover photo is Stephanie Beacham from And Now the Screaming Starts. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 3 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 3 #1

    This special Christopher Lee issue includes the following: a lengthy article on the career of Christopher Lee; Peter Cushing and Terence Fisher on Christopher Lee; reviews of Battle for the Planet of the Apes, Child's Play, and other movies; an interview with John Landis; and more. Cover: Christopher Lee as Dracula by Bill Nelson. Cover price $1.00.

  • Vol. 3 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 3 #2

    Vol 3, Num 2, #10. Golden Voyage of Sinbad cover art by David L. Carson. The Exorcist back cover. Interview with Richard Matheson. Features on The Golden Voyage of Sinbad and I Married a Monster from Outer Space. Interview with Michael Crichton. Feature on Amicus Productions. Feature on Vampira. Letters from Christopher Lee and Stanley Wiater. 48 pgs. Spring, 1974. Cover price: $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 3 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 3 #3

    Vol 3, No. 3, #11. Zardoz cover art by Steve Karchin. Fantastic Planet back cover art. Interviews with Robert Aldrich, William Castle, James B. Harris, and William Friedkin. George Pal on Doc Savage: Man of Bronze. Movie reviews: Andy Warhols Frankenstein, Lost Horizon, Westworld, Dont Look in the Basement, and more. 48 pgs. Fall, 1974. Cover price: $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 3 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 3 #4

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    Vol 3, No. 4, #12. The Exorcist cover art by Jim Thomas. The Exorcist: The Book, The Movie, The Phenomenon. Interviews with Jason Miller, William Friedkin, and Dick Smith. Retrospective on Them! Features on Flesh Gordon, Dark Star, and Young Frankenstein (including Mel Brooks interview). Movie reviews: Dark Star, Flesh Gordon, The Terminal Man, Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell, Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter, and more. 48 pgs. Winter, 1974. Cover price: $2.00. Cover price $2.00.

  • Vol. 4 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 4 #1

    Vol 4, No. 1, #13. Christopher Lee Man with the Golden Gun cover. Forbidden Planet retrospective. Anatomy of a Horror Film featuring interviews with Karl Hardman, Russell Streiner, and John A. Russo. Night of the Living Dead: An Appreciation. Christopher Lee interview. Features on Once, 2001: A Space Odyssey, and Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Movie reviews: Blood for Dracula, The Man with the Golden Gun, Phantom of the Paradise, Le Trio Infernal, and Young Frankenstein. 48 pgs. Spring, 1975. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 4 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 4 #2

    This issue includes the following: an interview with Jack Arnold; a retrospective of The Incredible Shrinking Man; an interview with Brian DePalma; reviews of Jaws, The Stepford Wives, and other movies; featureson The Last Days of Man on Earth, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Space: 1999; and more. Cover: Phantom of the Paradise by Jim Thomas. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 4 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 4 #3

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    This issue includes the following: an article about Hammer director Terence Fisher; an interview with Fisher; a Fisher filmography; reviews of Tommy, It's Alive, and other movies; the making of Closed Mondays; and more. Cover: The Films of Terence Fisher by Dave Ludwig. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 4 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 4 #4

    Vol 4, No. 4, #16. The Day the Earth Stood Still cover art by Vincent Di Fate. The Day the Earth Stood Still retrospective. Lynda Carter Wonder Woman back cover. Feature on the film company, Tyburn. Reviews: Bug, the Devils Rain, Female Trouble, Legend of the Werewolf, The Ghoul, Space: 1999, and more. 48 pgs. Winter, 1975. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 5 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 5 #1

    Vol 5, No. 1, #17. A Boy and his Dog cover art by Jim Thomas. A Boy and His Dog back cover photo. L.Q. Jones and Harlan Ellison discuss the making of A Boy and His Dog. Feature on Black Moon. An Open Letter to Dino De Lorentiss. Reviews: The Reincarnation of Peter Proud, Demons of the Mind, Bugs Bunny Superstar, The Bed Sitting Room, and more. Contributions from Fred Olen Ray and Bill Warren. 48 pgs. Spring, 1976. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 5 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 5 #2

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    Vol 5, No. 2, #18. Logans Run cover art by Vincent Di Fate. Flesh Gordon back cover and special effects feature. Three Logans Run features. Interviews with George Pal and other producers. Reviews: At the Earths Core, The Omen, The Man Who Fell to Earth, The Tenant, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, and more. 48 pgs. Fall, 1976. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 5 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 5 #3

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    Vol 5, No. 3, #19. The Omen cover art by Roger Stine. Vladimir Tytla back cover cartoon art. Roman Polanski interview. Career article on Disney animator Vladimir Tytla. Filming the Omen, including interviews with Gregory Peck and Richard Donner. Reviews: Burnt Offerings, Carrie, Futureworld, They Came from Within, and more. Letter from D.C. Fontana. 48 pgs. Vol. 5 #3. Winter, 1976. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 5 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 5 #4

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    Vol 5, No. 4, #20. War of the Worlds cover art by Vincent Di Fate. Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger back cover. Retrospective on War of the Worlds. Jim Danforth talks about his resignation from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and the Oscar for King Kongs special effects. Reviews: King Kong, Network, Wizards, and more. Letter from fiction writer T.E.D. Klein. 48 pgs. Spring, 1977. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 6 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 6 #1

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    This issue includes the following: interviews with Brian DePalma and Sissy Spacek; the special effects of Land of the Lost; reviews of Demon Seed, Solaris, and other movies; an interview with Sentinel director Michael Winner; an interview with Robert Wise; an article about TV's "Land of the Lost" and more. Cover of Carrie by Roger Stine. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 6 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 6 #2

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    This issue includes the following: an interview with Ray Harryhausen; an article on the special effects of Harryhausen; reviews of Star Wars, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, and other movies; doing dimensional animation inexpensively by S. S. Wilson; and more. Cover photo of Harryhausen photographed by Peter M. Fine. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 6 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 6 #3

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    This issue includes the following: a lengthy piece on The Wicker Man; reviews of Suspiria, Ruby, The Wicker Man, and Logan's Run (TV series); David Cronenberg on Rabid; the 25th anniversary of War of the Worlds; and more. Cover: Christopher Lee in Wicker Man by Roger Stine. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 6-7 #4-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 6-7 #4-1
    Published 1978 by Frederick S. Clarke.

    #24; Double issue: Vol. 6 # 4/Vol. 7 # 1. This special double issue includes the following: a lengthy piece on the making of Star Wars; behind the scenes on Close Encounters of the Third Kind (including a Steven Spielberg interview); David Allen on Laser Blast; Alfred Sole on Communion; an interview with Amy Irving; the filming of Dominique; William Girdler on The Manitou; and more. Star Wars cover art painted by Ira Gilford. Cover price $4.99.

  • Vol. 7 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 7 #2

    This issue includes the following: an interview with composer Hans J. Salter; on location of The Fury; reviews of Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Hobbit, Man from Atlantis, and The Manitou; Dan O'Bannon on Alien; a full-cover preview of Planet of Dinosaurs; the preproduction of The Primevals; and more. Cover painting of Salter by Roger Stine. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 7 #3-4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 7 #3-4
    Published 1978 by Frederick S. Clarke.

    #24; Double issue: Double Issue: Vol 7, Num 3 AND Vol 7, Num 4. This special double issue includes the following: interviews with alien creator Carlo Rambaldi and others involved in Close Encounters of the Third Kind; Steven Spielberg on Close Encounters; reviews of Count Dracula, The Fury, and other movies; a piece on Battlestar Galactica; a feature on Conan the Barbarian; Dracula on Stage; articles about Love at First Bite and The Shining; and more. Cover painting of Close Encounters by Barclay Shaw. Cover price $4.99.

  • Vol. 8 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 8 #1

    This issue includes the following: pre-producing the Primevals; Stephen King on his movies; Dan O'Bannon on Alien; Ralph Bakshi on Lord of the Rings; articles on The Black Cauldron, The Shout, and Piranha; reviews of Battlestar Galactica, Eaten Alive, and Jaws II; and more. Cover price $2.50.

  • Vol. 8 #2-3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 8 #2-3
    Published 1979 by Frederick S. Clarke.

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    Double Issue: Vol 8, Num 2 AND Vol 8, Num 3. This special double issue includes the following: making Forbidden Planet; a feature on Star Trek: The Motion Picture; Michael Lonsdale on Moonraker; Martin Rosen on Watership Down; a piece on Quatermass; reviews of Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Love at First Bite, and Halloween; and more. Cover painting of Robby the Robot by Vincent DiFate. 1979 $4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Vol. 8 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 8 #4

    Vol 8, No. 4, #29. Richard Donner Superman cover by Roger Stine. Timewarp back cover. Donner on Superman. Features on George Pal, Timegate, Planet of Dinosaurs, The Alien Factor, Cray of Cthulu, Vortex, Snails, The Legacy, and Moonraker. Reviews: Superman, Alien, The Bees, The Dark, Dawn of the Dead, Phantasm, and more. 48 pgs. Summer, 1979. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $4.99.

  • Vol. 9 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 9 #1

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    Vol 9, No. 1, #30. Alien cover art by H.R. Giger. Flesh Gordon II back cover. Making Alien: Behind the Scenes. Features on Saturn 3, Star Trek—The Motion Picture, The Black Hole, Flesh Gordon II, and The Martian Chronicles. Reviews: The Brood, Dracula, Moonraker, Prophecy, Nightwing, and more. 48 pgs. 1979. Cover price: $2.50. Cover price $4.99.

  • Vol. 9 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 9 #2

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    This issue includes the following: a preview of The Black Hole; behind the scenes of Salem's Lot (includes interviews with Stephen King, Tobe Hooper, and others); Ray Harryhausen and others on Clash of the Titans; interviews with actors and filmmakers involved with Star Trek: The Motion Picture; reviews of The Muppet Movie, Time After Time, and The Amityville Horror; and more. Salem's Lot cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $2.95.

  • Vol. 9 #3-4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 9 #3-4
    Published 1980 by Frederick S. Clarke.

    Double Issue: Vol 9, Num 3 AND Vol 9, Num 4. This special double issue includes the following: a feature on The Black Hole; an interview with matte painter Peter Ellenshaw; Best of the Seventies; reviews of The Black Hole, Meteor, Salem's Lot, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture; and more. Black Hole cover painting by David B. Mattingly. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 10 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 10 #1

    This issue includes the following: an interview with John Carpenter; a feature on the Martian Chronicles; an article about Tanya's Island; reviews of Saturn 3, The Fog, and Brave New World; and more. Cover photo of John Carpenter by Bob Villard. Cover price $2.95.

  • Vol. 10 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 10 #2

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    This issue includes the following: an exhaustive retrospective on The Birds (including an interview with Hitchcock); articles on Resurrection, Cosmos, Galaxina, and The Monster Club; reviews of The Shining, Watcher in the Woods, Death Ship, The Empire Strikes Back, and Friday the 13th; a letter by John Landis; and more. The Birds cover art by Kirk Henderson. Cover price $3.50.

  • Vol. 10 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 10 #3

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    This issue includes the following: a feature on Clash of the Titans (including an interview with Ray Harryhausen); articles on The Howling and Funhouse; reviews of Dressed to Kill, Flash Gordon, Battle Beyond the Stars, Xanadu, and The Island; and more. Clash of the Titans cover painting by Dan Gouzee. Cover price $3.50.

  • Vol. 10 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 10 #4

    This issue includes the following: article on and interview with David Cronenberg; an article about Jeannot Szwarc; a feature on FX men Robert and Richard Greenberg; reviews of Motel Hell, Somewhere in Time, Scanners, and The Elephant Man; and more. David Cronenberg cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $3.50.

  • Vol. 11 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 11 #1

    Dick Smith cover and feature, including Altered States and The Exorcist. Feature on The Howling. Excalibur back cover ad. Reviews: Popeye, Shrinking Woman, Resurrection, Altered States, Frankenstein, Fear No Evil, and more. 50 pgs. 48 pgs. Vol. 11 #1. Summer, 1981. Cover price: $3.50. Cover price $3.50.

  • Vol. 11 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 11 #2

    This issue includes the following: the filming of Altered States; producer Pierre Spengler on Superman; a feature on Heavy Metal; a piece on the FX of Caveman; reviews of Superman II, The Howling, Excalibur, Road Games, Clash of the Titans, and other movies; and more. Altered States cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $3.50.

  • Vol. 11 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 11 #3

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    Vol 11, Num 3, #39 This issue includes the following: on location of Conan the Barbarian; a feature on An American Werewolf in London; articles about Heartbeeps and Wolfen; the FX of The Howling; reviews of Dragonslayer, Escape from New York, Outland, and Raiders of the Lost Ark; a letter by John Landis; and more. Conan cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 11 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 11 #4

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    This issue includes the following: "Ray Harryhausen: The Early Years"; articles on Swamp Thing, Cat People, and The Works; reviews of Heavy Metal, Wolfen, An American Werewolf in London, and Tarzan the Ape Man; a letter by L. Sprague de Camp; and more. Harryhausen cover art by Roger Stine. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 12 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #1

    This issue includes the following: the novels of Peter Straub; the making of Ghost Story; articles on The Thing, Quest for Fire, and Heartbeeps; reviews of Time Bandits, Shock Treatment, and Halloween II; and more. Ghost Story cover art by Roger Stine. 1981 $3.95 Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 12 #2-3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #2-3

    Double Issue: Vol 12, Num 2 AND Vol 12, Num 3. This special double issue includes the following: John Milius on working with Dino DeLaurentiis; the filming of Conan the Barbarian; features on Videodrome, Creepshow, and Swamp Thing; a profile of makeup artist Michele Burke; reviews of Ghost Story, Venom, Heartbeeps, and The Beast Within; and more. Conan cover art by R. Casaro. Cover price $7.95.

  • Vol. 12 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #4

    This issue includes the following: a retrospective of Val Lewton's Cat People; a piece on Paul Schrader's Cat People; an interview with Nicholas Meyer; features on Tron and The Thing; reviews of Swamp Thing, Visiting Hours, and Conan the Barbarian; and more. Cover photo depicts Paul Schrader, director of Cat People. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 12 #5-6A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #5-6A

    Double Issue: Vol 12, Num 5 AND Vol 12, Num 6. This special double issue includes the following: features on Blade Runner and Star Trek II; articles on Possession, Videodrome, Fire & Ice, "Revenge" of the Jedi, Something Wicked this Way Comes, and The Thing; and more. Blade Runner cover art by Roger Stine. Cover price $7.95.

  • Vol. 12 #5-6B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #5-6B

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    Double Issue: Vol 12, Num 5 AND Vol 12, Num 6. #44B; Blade Runner, Star Trek II, Star Wars Return of the Jedi, Frank Frazetta's Fire & Ice, Ray Bradbury's Something Wicked This Way Comes, Mad Max, Cat People Cover price $7.95.

  • Vol. 13 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13 #1

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    This issue includes the following: features on Creepshow and Slapstick; an article about a special effects technique called Introvision; an article about the creation of the E.T. alien; reviews of Blade Runner, Firefox, Poltergeist, Tron, The Thing, Star Trek II, and E.T.; and more. Cover photo by Paul R. Gagne depicts Stephen King, George Romero, and Tom Savini. Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #2-3A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13 #2-3A

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    Double Issue: Vol 13, Num 2 AND Vol 13, Num 3. This special double issue includes the following: extended features on E.T., Krull, The Thing, and Poltergeist; reviews of The Beastmaster, The Incubus, The Secret of Nimh, and Pink Floyd-The Wall; and more. Cover photo by Bob Villard is of Thing FX creator Rob Bottin. Cover price $7.95.

  • Vol. 13 #2-3B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13 #2-3B

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    Double Issue: Vol 13, Num 2 AND Vol 13, Num 3. #46B; Stephen King & George Romero's Creepshow; E.T., Blade Runner, Trom, The Thing, Star Trek II Cover price $3.95.

  • Vol. 13 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13 #4

    This issue includes the following: a feature on The Dark Crystal; a career retrospective of Jim Henson; an article on The Hunger; reviews of Videodrome, Creepshow, Halloween III, and The Dark Crystal; and more. Cover photo depicts Jim Henson with Dark Crystal puppets. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 13 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13 #5

    This issue includes the following: features on Something Wicked this Way Comes and The Innocents; articles on Blue Thunder, Spacehunter, and The Black Cauldron; reviews of The Entity, The Hunger, and Wizards & Warriors; and more. Photo depicts director Jack Clayton on the Disney backlot. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 13-14 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13-14 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 13-14 #6-1

    Double Issue: Vol 13, Num 6 AND Vol 14, Num 1. This special double issue includes the following: a feature on the 3-D explosion (including Jaws 3-D and Spacehunter); an interview with Dario Argento; articles on Christine, Dragon's Lair, Evil Dead, and Case of the Missing Holmes; a retrospective of Carnival of Souls; a review of Return of the Jedi; and more. Cover illustration by Barclay Shaw. Cover price $8.95.

  • Vol. 14 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 14 #2

    This issue includes the following: features on The Dead Zone and Videodrome; an article about Stephen King movies; features on The Right Stuff, Brainstorm, and Space Ace; reviews of Cujo, The Evil Dead, and The Dead Zone; and more. Dead Zone cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 14 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 14 #3

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    May 1984. Vol 14, Num 3 - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - A Definitive Retrospective of Walt Disney's 1954 classic; Star Trek III - Director Leonard Nimoy searches for Spock; Firestarter - The latest Stephen King chiller burns its way to the screen; Splash - Ron Howard unleashes a mermaid on New York City; Christine - Roy Arbogast rewrites the basics of auto repair; The Last Starfighter - Robert Preston stars as the 'Music Man' in outer space. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 14 #4-5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 14 #4-5

    Double Issue: Vol 14, Num 4 AND Vol 14, Num 5. This issue includes the following: behind the scenes of Dune; a retrospective of Eraserhead; features on the second Conan movie, Star Trek II, Firestarter, Streets of Fire, and Splash (how to make a mermaid); and more. Dune cover painting by John Schoenherr. Cover price $8.95.

  • Vol. 15 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 15 #1

    This issue includes the following: a preview of 2010; features on The Last Starfighter, The Company of Wolves, Tales from the Darkside, Baby, and Radioactive Dreams; reviews of Supergirl and Firestarter; and more. Digital cover depicts spaceship from The Last Starfighter. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 15 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 15 #2

    This issue includes the following: the career of FX man Peter Kuran; an interview with Michael Crichton; articles on Frankenweenie, The Titan Find, and Ghoulies; a preview of Cat's Eye; an analysis and retrospective of Indiana Jones; and more. Cover depicts Peter Kuran. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 15 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 15 #3

    This issue includes the following: previews of The Stuff, Red Sonja, and The Bride; articles about Return to Oz, Cocoon, The Black Cauldron, and A Nightmare on Elm Street; Tobe Hooper on Lifeforce; reviews of Tales from the Darkside, Runaway, Starman, and Dune; and more. Tobe Hooper cover art by Jacques Gastineau. Cover price $4.50.

  • Vol. 15 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 15 #4

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    This issue includes the following: features on Return of the Living Dead, Terminator (regarding Harlan Ellison's screen acknowledgement), Clan of the Cave Bear, Fright Night, and Cat's Eye; previews of Re-Animator and the new Twilight Zone TV show; a review of the Star Wars trilogy; a letter by Harlan Ellison; and more. Cover art is from The Return of the Living Dead. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 15 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 15 #5

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    Vol 15, Num 5, #57; Legend, Amazing Stories Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 16 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 16 #1

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    This issue includes the following: Anthony Perkins on Psycho III; previews of Invaders from Mars, Maximum Overdrive, Troll, America 3000, and House; "Writing the Twilight Zone"; articles about Brazil, Godzilla, and Jacob's Ladder; reviews of Weird Science and Defcon 4; and more. Cover photo is Anthony Perkins. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 16 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 16 #2

    This issue includes the following: Ray Bradbury on The Ray Bradbury Theatre; features on The Hitcher, Star Crystal, and Demons; previews of Poltergeist II and Big Trouble in Little China; the making of Highlander; reviews of Enemy Mine, Young Sherlock Holmes, Troll, and Teen Wolf; and more. Highland cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 16 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 16 #3

    Vol 16, Num 3, #60; Invaders from Mars, Labyrinth, Poltergeist II, Howard the Duck Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 16 #4-5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 16 #4-5

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    Double Issue: Vol 16, Num 4 AND Vol 16, Num 5. This special double issue includes the following: a feature on Aliens; a profile of David Lynch; retrospectives on The Fly and Psycho; the production of Maximum Overdrive; Jim Henson on Labyrinth; Tobe Hooper on filming The Texas Chainsaw Massacre; the making of Texas Chainsaw Massacre; reviews of Invaders from Mars, The Adventures of Mark Twain, Critters, and Vamp; and more. Alfred Hitchcock cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $9.95.

  • Vol. 17 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 17 #1

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    Vol 17, Num 1, #62; Little Shop of Horrors, Star Trek IV, Twilight Zone, The Fly , Howard the Duck, Aliens, Labyrinth, Robocop, Stephen King's The Running Man Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 17 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 17 #2

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    Vol 17, Num 2, #63; Star Trek 20th anniversary, Nightmare on Elm Street, Nightflyers Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 17 #3-4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 17 #3-4

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    Double Issue: Vol 17, Num 3 AND Vol 17, Num 4. #64; Star Trek movies Cover price $9.95.

  • Vol. 17 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 17 #5

    Vol 17, Num 5, #65; Little Shop of Horrors, Superman IV, Robocop, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Spider-Man, Masters of the Universe, Clive Barker's Hellraiser, Angel Heart, Evil Dead 2, Lost Boys, Stephen King's Running Man Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 18 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 18 #1

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    Vol 18, Num 1, # 66; Robocop, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Prince of Darkness, Predator, Superman IV, Max Headroom Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 18 #2-3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 18 #2-3

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    Double Issue: Vol 18, Num 2 AND Vol 18, Num 3. #67; Selling Nightmares - movie poster artists of the fifties; Beetlejuice - outre fantasy/comedy by genre stylist Tim Burton; Dario Argento's 'Opera' - on the set with Italy's Alfred Hitchcock; Brain Damage - low-budget auteur Frank Henenlotter strikes again. Cover price $9.95.

  • Vol. 18 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 18 #4

    This issue includes the following: previews of Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, Robojox, Dead Heat, Willow, Critters II, Fright Night 2, Geiger's The Mirror, and Phantasm III; an interview with George Romero; reviews of Flowers in the Attic, Batteries Not Included, Prince of Darkness, Date with an Angel, and The Trouble with Dick; and more. Giger cover painting by Gale Heimbach. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 18 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 18 #5

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    This issue includes the following: remaking The Blob; articles on Nightmare on Elm Street and Freddy Krueger; previews of Child's Play, Moontrap, and Short Circuit 2; an article about Poltergeist III (including a Heather O'Rourke interview); reviews of Absolution, The Serpent and the Rainbow, and Mind Killer; and more. Cover photo depicts Robert Englund as Freddy Krueger. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 19 #1-2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #1-2

    Double Issue: Vol 19, Num 1 AND Vol 19, Num 2. This special double issue includes the following: previews of Sherlock and Me, They Live, Hellraiser III, and Lair of the White Worm; a career feature on Vincent Price; a retrospective of The Blob (plus a piece on the remake); an article about Elvira; reviews of Willow, Wings of Desire, The Seventh Sign, and Friday the 13th Part VII; an interview with David Cronenberg; and more. Vincent Price cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $9.95.

  • Vol. 19 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #3

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    This issue includes the following: behind the scenes of Star Trek The Next Generation; a feature on Pet Sematary; previews of The Fly II, Moontrap, and Cyborg; articles on Warlock and Paperhouse; "George Romero vs. Hollywood"; reviews of Alien Nation, Nightfall, Phantasm II, and Lunch Meat; and more. Next Generation cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 19 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #4

    This issue includes the following: previews of Star Trek V, Millenium, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, and To Die For; a piece on FX expert Randy Cook; the production of The Adventures of Baron Munchausen; an article about the Tales from the Crypt television series; reviews of They Live, Twins, Child's Play, and My Stepmother is an Alien; and more. Cover depicts The Adventures of Baron Munchausen. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 19 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #5

    This issue includes the following: previews of The Abyss, Batman, Nightmare on Elm Street Part 5, and Slipstream; an article about Pee-Wee's Playhouse; reviews of The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, The Fly II, King Kong, Cocoon II, and Moonwalker; and more. Cover depicts Timothy Dalton and Carey Lowell of Licence to Kill. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 20 #1-2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #1-2

    Double Issue: Vol 20, Num 1 AND Vol 20, Num 2. This special double issue includes the following: Tim Burton on directing; a profile of Sam Hamm; behind the scenes of Batman; previews of Nightbreed and The Church; articles about Communion, Shocker, Nightmare on Elm Street 5, and Little Monsters; Sean Cunningham on Friday the 13th; reviews of Pet Sematary, Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, and Honey, I Shrunk the Kids; and more. Batman cover painting by R. Martin. Cover price $9.95.

  • Vol. 20 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #3

    This issue includes the following: Stephen King on Hollywood; features on Back to the Future 2, Beauty and the Beast, Tales from the Crypt, The Little Mermaid, and a possible third Texas Chainsaw Massacre movie; reviews of The Abyss, Batman, Ghostbusters II, Earth Girls are Easy, Fright Night Part 2, and more. Cover depicts Crypt Keeper from Tales from the Crypt. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 20 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #4

    This issue includes the following: previews of Robocop 2, Nightbreed, The Guardian, Captain America, The Hunt for Red October, The First Power, The Borrower, and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; an interview with John Varley; reviews of Akira, Moontrap, Puppet Master, and Beyond Dream's Door; and more. The Handmaid's Tale cover painting is by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 20 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #5

    This issue includes the following: previews of Tales from the Darkside and Frankenstein Unbound; Frank Miller on Robocop 2; interviews with Walter Koenig and James Cameron; articles about Don Bluth, Frank Henenlotter, the Chiodo Brothers, and Carnival of Souls; a retrospective of Paul Blaisdell; reviews of Always, Back to the Future II, Shocker, and The Little Mermaid; and more. She-Creature cover photo by Bob Burns. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #1A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #1A

    This issue includes the following: behind the scenes of Dick Tracy; features on Gremlins 2 and The Exorcist III; the making of Robocop 2; previews of Dark Angel, Total Recall, and Lobster Man from Mars; reviews of The Hunt for Red October, Nightbreed, Tremors, and For All Mankind; a letter by Ramsey Cambell; and more. Robocop cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #1B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #1B

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    This issue includes the following: behind the scenes of Dick Tracy; features on Gremlins 2 and The Exorcist III; the making of Robocop 2; previews of Dark Angel, Total Recall, and Lobster Man from Mars; reviews of The Hunt for Red October, Nightbreed, Tremors, and For All Mankind; a letter by Ramsey Cambell; and more. Robocop cover painting by Roger Stine. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #2

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    This issue includes the following: previews of Highway to Hell, the Night of the Living Dead remake, Darkman, Child's Play 2, and Society; the return of Dark Shadows; Star Trek The Next Generation articles and an episode guide; on location of Bride of the Re-Animator; and more. Next Generation cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #3

    Vol 21, Num 3, #80; Dark Shadows, Stephen King, Night of the Living Dead, Psycho IV, flesh gordon, Total Recall, Dick Tracy Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #4

    This issue includes the following: Stephen King on Hollywood's mistakes; filming Misery; previews of Edward Scissorhands, Late for Dinner, and The Dark Half; articles on Frankenstein Unbound, Buckaroo Bonzai, Alice, and Black Rainbow; adapting Stephen King's The Stand; a critique of Stephen King movies; "Apt Pupil-The Lost Stephen King"; reviews of Exorcist III, The Flash, and Ghost; and more. Misery cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #5

    Vol 21, Num 5, #82; Terminator 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Highlander 2 Cover price $4.95.

  • Vol. 21 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #6

    Vol 21, Num 6, #83; Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Terminator 2, Fisher King, Stephen King, Robocop III, Edward Scissorhands, Predator 2, Psycho IV Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #1

    This issue includes the following: previews of Mom and Dad Save the World, Bill and Ted Go to Hell, and The Boneyard; articles on Radio Flyer, Terminator 2, and The Howling series; a piece on director Michael Reeves; production article on Silence of the Lambs; the making of The Rocketeer; a report on the set of Child's Play 3; reviews of The Silence of the Lambs and The Neverending Story II; and more. Rocketeer cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #2

    This issue includes the following: an analysis of Hannibal Lector; interviews with Wes Craven and Tim Burton; a preview of Family Dog; articles on Star Trek The Next Generation (with episode guide), Body Parts, and Scanners 2; reviews of Terminator 2, Demon Wind, and Chopper Chicks in Zombietown; and more. Next Generation cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #3A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #3A

    This issue includes the following: an interview with John Carpenter; previews of Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Star Trek VI, Hook, and The Addams Family; an interview with Gene Roddenberry; an Addams Family retrospective; filming Terminator 2; reviews of The Pit and the Pendulum and Cast a Deadly Spell; and more. Gene Roddenberry cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #3B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #3B

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    This issue includes the following: an interview with John Carpenter; previews of Memoirs of an Invisible Man, Star Trek VI, Hook, and The Addams Family; an interview with Gene Roddenberry; an Addams Family retrospective; filming Terminator 2; reviews of The Pit and the Pendulum and Cast a Deadly Spell; and more. Gene Roddenberry cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #4

    This issue includes the following: a piece on Stephen King's latest Hollywood projects; previews of Robocop 3, Memoirs of an Invisible Man, and Freejack; an interview with David Cronenberg; articles on Beauty and the Beast and Freddy Krueger; the making of Silence of the Lambs; William Shatner on the making of Star Trek VI; reviews of Freddy's Dead and Dead Again; and more. Silence of the Lambs cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #5

    This issue includes the following: filming Naked Lunch; the special effects of Naked Lunch and The Addams Family; the making of Star Trek VI; articles on Army of Darkness, Sleepwalkers, and Stepfather III; reviews of The Addams Family and The People Under the Stairs; and more. Spock and Kirk cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 22 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #6

    This issue includes the following: previews of The Resurrected, Alien 3, Army of Darkness, Cool World and Waxwork II; interviews with Wes Craven and Peter Greenaway; a retrospective of Peter Pan; a piece on Star Wars (where is Star Wars 4?); articles about Young Indiana Jones Chronicles and Hellraiser III; making Dario Argento's The Sect; reviews of Freejack and Kafka; and more. Alien 3 cover painted by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 23 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 23 #1

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    This issue includes the following: articles on Afraid of the Dark, Batman Returns, Stay Tuned, the Lawnmower Man, the Evil Dead saga, and more; previews of Pet Sematary Two and Universal Soldier; a production article on Honey, I Blew up the Kid; a letter by Frank Darabont; reviews of The Lawnmower Man and Radio Flyer. Evil Dead III cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 23 #2-3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 23 #2-3

    Double Issue: Vol 23, Num 2 AND Vol 23, Num 3. This special double issue includes the following: reviews of Alien 3, Basic Instinct, Sleepwalkers, and Batman Returns; a preview of Bram Stoker's Dracula; Mick Garris on Sleepwalkers; a Pet Sematary Two production article; Jonathan Demme on Silence of the Lambs; Anthony Hopkins on Hannibal Lector; a Deep Space Nine preview and episode guide; and more. Star Trek cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 23 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 23 #4

    Vol 23, Num 4, #92; Bram Stoker's Dracula - a Francis Ford Coppola film; Queen of outer space - Sigourney Weaver on her ALIEN odyssey, by the numbers; Babylon 5 - a science fiction rival for TV's Star Trek. Dracula cover art by David Voigt features Gary Oldman as Stoker's bloodsucker turned tragic hero. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 23 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 23 #5

    This issue includes the following: articles on Full Moon Video and Ren & Stimpy; previews of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III, Leprechaun, Evil Dead III, Doppelganger, and Time Trax; a piece on the director's cut of Blade Runner; a review of Pet Sematary Two; an article on Babylon 5; and more. Babylon 5 cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 23 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 23 #6

    This issue includes the following: previews on Fire in the Sky, Space Ranger, TMNT III, Warlock: The Armageddon, Meteor Man, and Jason Goes to Hell; articles about Deep Space Nine and Matinee; Coppola on directing Bram Stoker's Dracula; and more. Deep Space Nine cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #1A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #1A

    This issue includes the following: previews of Body Snatchers and Super Mario Bros.; articles on Ren & Stimpy, Matinee, and The Dark Half; interviews with Jennifer Lynch and John Kricfalusi; a Ren & Stimpy episode guide; and more. Ren & Stimpy cover art by John Kricfalusi. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #1B
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    This issue includes the following: previews of Body Snatchers and Super Mario Bros.; articles on Ren & Stimpy, Matinee, and The Dark Half; interviews with Jennifer Lynch and John Kricfalusi; a Ren & Stimpy episode guide; and more. Ren & Stimpy cover art by John Kricfalusi. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #2A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #2A

    This issue includes the following: Stuart Gordon on filming Fortress; behind the scenes of Jurassic Park; previews of Dinosaurs Attack!, Prehysteria, and Witchboard 2; the making of Robocop 3; a production article on Jason Goes to Hell; the special effects of Body Snatchers; a piece on Carnosaur; and more. Jurassic Park cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #2B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #2B

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    This issue includes the following: Stuart Gordon on filming Fortress; behind the scenes of Jurassic Park; previews of Dinosaurs Attack!, Prehysteria, and Witchboard 2; the making of Robocop 3; a production article on Jason Goes to Hell; the special effects of Body Snatchers; a piece on Carnosaur; and more. Jurassic Park cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #3-4A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #3-4A

    Double Issue: Vol 24, Num 3 AND Vol 24, Num 4. This special double issue includes the following: previews of Demolition Man, Roger Corman's Fantastic Four, Dust Devil, Body Bags, and Lifepod; interviews with Sean Cunningham and Anthony Wilcox; various articles on Deep Space Nine and Next Generation; and more. Star Trek cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 24 #3-4B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #3-4B

    Double Issue: Vol 24, Num 3 AND Vol 24, Num 4. This special double issue includes the following: previews of Demolition Man, Roger Corman's Fantastic Four, Dust Devil, Body Bags, and Lifepod; interviews with Sean Cunningham and Anthony Wilcox; various articles on Deep Space Nine and Next Generation; and more. Star Trek cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 24 #5A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24 #5A

    Vol 24, Num 5, # 98A; 2 different covers (Demolition Man, Nightmare Before Christmas); Addams Family Values, Jurassic Park, Robocop 3, Batman--The Animated Movie, Nightmare on Elm Street Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24 #5B
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    Vol 24, Num 5, # 98B; 2 different covers (Demolition Man, Nightmare Before Christmas); Addams Family Values, Jurassic Park, Robocop 3, Batman--The Animated Movie, Nightmare on Elm Street Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 24-25 #6-1A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24-25 #6-1A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24-25 #6-1A

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    Double Issue: Vol 24, Num 6 AND Vol 25, Num 1. This special double issue includes the following: the return of Hammer horror; a preview of Babylon 5; the making of the Adam West Batman series; a preview of the third Batman movie; articles on Batman The Animated Series (including an episode guide); a piece on Ren & Stimpy; a feature on Coneheads; and more. Batman cover painting by John Hanley. Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 24-25 #6-1B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24-25 #6-1B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 24-25 #6-1B

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    Double Issue: Vol 24, Num 6 AND Vol 25, Num 1. This special double issue includes the following: the return of Hammer horror; a preview of Babylon 5; the making of the Adam West Batman series; a preview of the third Batman movie; articles on Batman The Animated Series (including an episode guide); a piece on Ren & Stimpy; a feature on Coneheads; and more. Batman cover painting by John Hanley. Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 25 #2A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #2A

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This issue includes the following: previews of Ed Wood, Wolf, and Skinner; filming The Stand; articles on Babylon 5, Birds II, and Ghost in the Machine; director Guy Maddin on Careful; and more. The Stand cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25 #2B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #2B

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This issue includes the following: previews of Ed Wood, Wolf, and Skinner; filming The Stand; articles on Babylon 5, Birds II, and Ghost in the Machine; director Guy Maddin on Careful; and more. The Stand cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25 #3A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #3A

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    This issue includes the following: previews of The Shadow, The Pagemaster, and Double Dragon; the making of The Flintstones; Stephen King on The Stand; a retrospective of 2001: A Space Odyssey; articles on Brainscan, Pumpkinhead 2, and Robocop: The Television Series; and more. 2001 cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25 #3B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #3B

    This item is not in stock. If you use the "Add to want list" tab to add this issue to your want list, we will email you when it becomes available.

    This issue includes the following: previews of The Shadow, The Pagemaster, and Double Dragon; the making of The Flintstones; Stephen King on The Stand; a retrospective of 2001: A Space Odyssey; articles on Brainscan, Pumpkinhead 2, and Robocop: The Television Series; and more. 2001 cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #4

    This issue includes the following: a piece on the Dark Horse Alien vs. Predator comic book series; on the sets of Timecop and Wes Craven's New Nightmare; articles on The Tourist, The Shadow (including a history of the character), and The Mask; a preview of Oblivion; and more. Shadow cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25 #5

    This issue includes the following: previews of Star Trek: Generations, Timecop, Alien Nation: Dark Horizon, In the Mouth of Madness, and Stargate; Tim Burton on Edward Scissorhands and Ed Wood; the special effects of Night Swarm; a piece on Tim Burton's Ed Wood; and more. Burton cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 25-26 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25-26 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 25-26 #6-1

    Double Issue: Vol 25, Num 6 AND Vol 26, Num 1. #104; Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek Voyager, Frankenstein, Stargate, Interview with the Vampire, Star Trek VII, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Cover price $10.95.

  • Vol. 26 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26 #2

    This issue includes the following: articles on Lord of Illusions, Heavenly Creatures, Street Fighter, Candyman 2, Demon Knight, Star Trek: Generations, Star Trek: Voyager, and Highlander 3; an interview with Robert H. Justman; and more. Generations cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 26 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26 #3

    This issue includes the following: articles on the new Outer Limits, Tall Tale, Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde, Mary Reilly, Hideaway, Hellraiser IV, Candyman 2, and Johnny Mnemonic; the life and times of Clive Barker; the effects of Stargate; Clive Barker on Lord of Illusions; and more. Clive Barker cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 26 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26 #4

    This issue includes the following: previews of Batman Forever, Judge Dredd, Mortal Kombat, Congo, Casper, Time Warrior, Castle Freak, and Space Truckers; a career article on Full Moon Video's Charles Band; on the set of Leprechaun 3; director Rachel Talalay on Tank Girl; and more. Shadow Over Innsmouth cover painting by Lee McCloud. Cover price $5.50.

  • Vol. 26 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26 #5

    This issue includes the following: previews of Waterworld, Lord of Illusions, and The Indian and the Cupboard; articles on White Dwarf, Pocahontas, Mortal Kombat, The Langoliers, and Congo; on the set of Judge Dredd, Chris Carter on The X-Files; and more. Judge Dredd cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 26-27 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26-27 #6-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 26-27 #6-1

    Double Issue: Vol 26, Num 6 AND Vol 27, Num 1. This special double issue includes the following: previews of Goldeneye, Toy Story, Halloween VI, Mind Ripper, Darkman III, and Death Machine; Disney artists on Pocahontas; the making of X-Files (with episode guide); an epitaph for Ren & Stimpy (with episode guide); and more. X-Files cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 27 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #2

    Vol 27, Num 2, #110; Toy Story, James Bond Goldeneye, Jumanji, Nadja Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #3

    This issue includes the following: a photo preview of Dragonheart; articles on City of Lost Children, Return of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre; a profile of Malcolm McDowell; an analysis of "self-reflexive" horror; an interview with John Sayles; a retrospective of Creature from the Black Lagoon (including an interview with Julie Adams); on the set of Twelve Monkeys; articles on Goldeneye; and more. OO7 cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #4-5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #4-5

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    Double Issue: Vol 27, Num 4 AND Vol 27, Num 5. #112; Star Trek: Voyager; Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; Terry Gilliam on 12 Monkeys; Quentin Tarantino's From Dusk Till Dawn. Star Trek: Voyager cover art by David Voigt features Janeway, Tuvok and Chakotay. Cover price $11.95. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #6

    This issue includes the following: the making of Twelve Monkeys; a preview of Gulliver's Travels; "Keeping up with the Disney's"; a profile of Terry Gilliam; an analysis of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre; an essay on why we love monsters; on the set of Independence Day; articles on Crying Freeman; and more. Twelve Monkeys cover painting by David Voigt. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #7
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #7

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    This issue includes the following: previews of Demolitionist and Exquisite Tenderness; building Giger's Alien; an interview with H. R. Giger; "Giger's Alien: The Ride"; Brian Henson on Muppet Treasure Island; articles on Ghost Train and Space: Above and Beyond; an interview with Roger Corman; a letter from H. R. Giger; and more. Alien cover photo by Mindas. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #8A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #8A

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    This issue includes the following: previews of James and the Giant Peach and The Tomorrow Man; articles about Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie; on location of Thinner; "The Academy Awards and Special Effects"; the top 50 people in science fiction; and review and article on Toy Story; and more. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #8B
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    This issue includes the following: previews of James and the Giant Peach and The Tomorrow Man; articles about Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Movie; on location of Thinner; "The Academy Awards and Special Effects"; the top 50 people in science fiction; and review and article on Toy Story; and more. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #9
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #9

    This issue includes the following: an article on Universal Monsters stamps; screenwriter Charles Pogue on Dragonheart; articles on Thinner, Gulliver's Travels, the new Outer Limits, Sometimes they Come Back II, James and the Giant Peach, and Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame; and more. James and the Giant Peach cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #10
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #10

    Vol 27, Num 10, #117; Walt Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame, Mission: Impossible, Dr. Who, The Phantom, The Craft, The Relic Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 27 #11-12
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #11-12
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 27 #11-12

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    Double Issue: Vol 27, Num 11 AND Vol 27, Num 12. #118; Star Trek 30th anniversary, Escape From L.A., Independence Day, Crow II, The Phantom Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 28 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #1

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    Vol 28, Num 1, #119; The Crow: City of Angels, The Frighteners, Escape from L.A., Ghost in the Shell, Independence Day, Phenomenon, Wallace & Gromit, William Stout Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #2

    Vol 28, Num 2, #120; Escape From L.A., Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Star Trek Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #3

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    Vol 28, Num 3, #121; X-Files (third season), Crash Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #4-5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #4-5

    Double Issue: Vol 28, Num 4 AND Vol 28, Num 5. #122; Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, First Contact, and Voyager; Space Jam Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 28 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #6

    Vol 28, Num 6, #123; Star Trek: First Contact, Tim Burton's Mars Attacks, Space Jam, Scream, Dark Shadows, Godzilla, Dead Man, Hercules and Xena Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #7
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #7

    Vol 28, Num 7, #124; Tim Burton's Mars Attacks, Scream Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #8
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #8

    Vol 28, Num 8, #125; Star Wars 20th anniversary Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #9
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #9

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    Vol 28, Num 9, #126; Star Wars, Lost Highway, Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere, Spawn, Sinbad TV show Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #10
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #10

    Vol 28, Num 10, #127; Space Truckers, Lost HIghway, Crash, Anaconda, Men in Black Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #11A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #11A

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    Vol 28, Num 11, #128A; 2 different covers (Stephen King's The Shining, Aeon Flux); Anaconda, Intensity, Warriors of Virtue Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #11B
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    Vol 28, Num 11, #128B; 2 different covers (Stephen King's The Shining, Aeon Flux); Anaconda, Intensity, Warriors of Virtue Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 28 #12
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 28 #12

    Vol 28, Num 12, #129; Walt Disney's Hercules, The Hunger, Batman and Robin, Men in Black, Steven Spielberg's The Lost World, Warriors of Virtue, Star Wars, Lost HIghway, Touch, Chris Carter, Tim Burton, David Lynch Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #1A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #1A

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    Vol 29, Num 1, #130A; 2 different covers (Batman and Robin, Men in Black), Steel, George of the Jungle, Contact, Spawn, Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Lexx, Fifth Element Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #1B
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    Vol 29, Num 1, #130B; 2 different covers (Batman and Robin, Men in Black), Steel, George of the Jungle, Contact, Spawn, Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, Lexx, Fifth Element Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #2
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    Vol 29, Num 2, #131; Contact - Jodie Foster, explorer of the infinite, on the sci-fi filming; filming Shaquille O'Neal as Steel; Spawn; Event Horizon; Mimic. Contact cover art by David Voigt features Jodie Foster. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #3A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #3A

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    Vol 29,. Num 3, #132A; Spawn, Kull the Conqueror, Dark City (i.e. Dark World), Casper, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Disney's Hercules, Batman and Robin Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #3B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #3B

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    Vol 29, Num 3, #132B; Spawn, Kull the Conqueror, Dark City (i.e. Dark World), Casper, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Disney's Hercules, Batman and Robin Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #4-5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #4-5

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    October 1997. Double Issue: Vol 29, Num 4 AND Vol 29, Num 5. #133; The X-Files; filming Chris Carter's Millennium; An American Werewolf in Paris; Dean Koontz' Phantoms; Dark Empire; Wishmaster; Dracula: 100th Anniversary. X-Files cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $11.99. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #6-7
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #6-7

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    Double Issue: Vol 29, Num 6 AND Vol 29, Num 7. #134; Star Trek, Blade, Starship Troopers, Gattaca, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Mortal Kombat 2, An American Werewolf in Paris Cover price $11.99.

  • Vol. 29 #8
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #8

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    Vol 29, Num 8, #135; Starship Troopers, Alien 4, Anastasia, Mortal Kombat: Annihilation Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #9
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #9

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    Vol 29, Num 9, #136; 007 - Tomorrow Never Dies, Scream 2, Dark City, Mr. Magoo, The Postman, Mouse Hunt, An American Werewolf in Paris. James Bond cover art by David Voigt features Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery's spiritual heir. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #10
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #10

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    Vol 29, Num 10, #137; Blade, Nick Fury, Prophesy 2, Sphere, Fallen Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #11
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #11

    Vol 29, Num 11, #138; Buffy the Vampire Slayer - scream queen Sarah Michelle Gellar on her horror stardom ; Michael Crichton's Sphere; H.R. Giger's Species 2; reinventing Lost In Space; Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - "Far Beyond the Stars." Buffy the Vampire Slayer cover art by David Voigt features Sarah Michelle Gellar. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 29 #12
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 29 #12

    Vol 29, Num 12, #139; Lost in Space movie, Ray Bradbury, Species 2 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #1

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    Vol 30, Num 1, #140; Species 2, H.R. Giger, John Carpenter's Vampires, X-Files movie, Deep Impact, Tarzan and the Lost City, Godzilla Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #2

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    Vol 30, Num 2, #141; X-Files movie, Mulan, Avengers, Godzilla, Deep Impact, Quest for Camelot, Spawn, Sphere,James Cameron, Clive Barker, Sphere Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #3A
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    This issue includes the following: articles on Armageddon, Dr. Dolittle, The Primevals, Mulan, and the Avengers movie; an Avengers retrospective; a New Avengers article; and more. Cover depicts Mushu from Mulan. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #3B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #3B

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    This issue includes the following: articles on Armageddon, Dr. Dolittle, The Primevals, Mulan, and the Avengers movie; an Avengers retrospective; a New Avengers article; and more. Cover depicts Mushu from Mulan. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #4A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #4A

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    This issue includes the following: John Carpenter on H20; a preview of John Carpenter's Vampires; articles on Disturbing Behavior, Children of the Corn V, and Virus; screenwriter David Goyer on Blade; 14 of Mickey Mouse's best cartoons come out on video; articles on Lucio Fulci's The Beyond; "The Avengers Then and Now"; and more. Avengers cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #4B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #4B

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    This issue includes the following: John Carpenter on H20; a preview of John Carpenter's Vampires; articles on Disturbing Behavior, Children of the Corn V, and Virus; screenwriter David Goyer on Blade; 14 of Mickey Mouse's best cartoons come out on video; articles on Lucio Fulci's The Beyond; "The Avengers Then and Now"; and more. Avengers cover art by David Voigt. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #5-6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #5-6

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    Double Issue: Vol 30, Num 5 AND Vol 30, Num 6. #144; Outer Limits, Christopher Lee, Halloween H20 Cover price $11.99.

  • Vol. 30 #7-8
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #7-8

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    Double Issue: Vol 30, Num 7 AND Vol 30, Num 8. #145; X-Files fifth season;, Antz, Urban Legend,ractical Magic, Millennium, John Carpenter's Vampires, The Truman Show, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer, Godzilla, Armageddon, The ingdom II, Picnic at Hanging Rock, Buffy and Angel Cover price $11.99.

  • Vol. 30 #9-10
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #9-10

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    Double Issue: Vol 30, Num 9 AND Vol 30, Num 10, #146; Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; Star Trek: Voyager; Star Trek: Insurrection; Kurt Russell in Soldier; Stephen King's Apt Pupil; Bride of Chucky; A Bug's Life - Katz vs. Mouse; What Dreams May Come. Star Trek: Deep Space Nine cover art by David Voigt features Avery Brooks as Sisko and '50s dreamer Benny in DS9's "Far Beyond the Stars," Trek's finest hour. Cover price $11.99.

  • Vol. 30 #11
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #11

    Vol 30, Num 11, #147; Mighty Joe Young, Star Trek: Insurrection, A Bug's Life, Carrie II, I Still Know What You Did Last Summer Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 30 #12
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 30 #12

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    Vol 30, Num 12, #148; Star Trek: Insurrection, Prince of Egypt, Carrie II, Virus, The Faculty, Mighty Joe Young, Frost, Psycho, A Bug's Life, Phantasm IV, Neil Gaiman Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #1-2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #1-2

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    Double Issue: Vol 31, Num 1 AND Vol 31, Num 2. #149; Ray Harryhausen, Night of the LIving Dead, Virus, Phantom of the Opera, Wild Wild West, In Dreams Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 31 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #3

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    Vol 31, Num 3, #150; Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stephen King's The Green Mile and Storm of the Century, Total Recall TV show, 8mm, First Wave, Star Trek: Insurrection Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #4

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    Vol 31, Num 4, #151; Star Wars, The Matrix, Carrie II Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #5

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    Vol 31, Num 5, #152; Xena, Existenz, Star Wars, Idle Hands, The Mummy, The Matrix, William Shatner, Carnival of Souls, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #6

    Vol 31, Num 6, #153; The Mummy - unwrapping the new franchise; the Universal Horror Classics; Hammer Films '60s revival; Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace; Tarzan. Cover features KNB Efx protean monster for Russell Mulcahy's Talos, the Mummy, which New Line Cinema opens at Halloween. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #7A
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    Vol 31, Num 7, #154A; Go behind the scenes as Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic apeman Tarzan becomes an animated epic from Disney. It's Tarzan as you've never seen him before in the movies, the way the dynamic fantasy hero was envisioned by his creator. Coverage includes interviews with directors Kevin Lima and Chris Buck, plus the animators and effects artists. Also, a sneak peek at Fantasia 2000, director Jay Roach on the making of Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Barry Sonnenfeld on his epic big screen version of the Wild, Wild West, Babylon 5, and continuing coverage of blockbuster Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace . (Cinefantastique) Magazine, FC$5.9" Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #7B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #7B

    Vol 31, Num 7, #154B; Go behind the scenes as Edgar Rice Burroughs' classic apeman Tarzan becomes an animated epic from Disney. It's Tarzan as you've never seen him before in the movies, the way the dynamic fantasy hero was envisioned by his creator. Coverage includes interviews with directors Kevin Lima and Chris Buck, plus the animators and effects artists. Also, a sneak peek at Fantasia 2000, director Jay Roach on the making of Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, Barry Sonnenfeld on his epic big screen version of the Wild, Wild West, Babylon 5, and continuing coverage of blockbuster Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace . (Cinefantastique) Magazine, FC$5.9" Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #8
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #8

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    Vol 31, Num 8, #155; The fourth-annual X-Files collector's edition including the episode guide to the just- concluded sixth season. Also, the scoring of composer Chris Snow and interviews with creator Chris Carter, series cast, and guest stars including William B. Davis (Cigarette Smoking Man), Lone Gunman Dean Hadland, Veronica Cartwright, Bruce Campbell, Martin Landau, and more. Plus David Boreanaz on Angel, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, the making of director Walter Hill's Supernova; behind the scenes of the adaptation of Dark Horse's Mystery Men; Jean-Claude Van Damme on starring in Universal Soldier?The Return; Brendan Fraser on starring in the live-action Dudley Do-Right; and the return of Roman Polanski to horror in The Ninth Gate. " Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #9
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #9

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    Vol 31, Num 9, #156; James Bond The World is Not Enough, Tim burton's Sleepy Hollow, Stephen King's The Green Mile, End of Days Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31 #11
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31 #11

    Vol 31, Num 11,; Star Trek Voyager, Mission to Mars, The Crow Salvation, Pitch Black, The Ninth Gate and more. 64 pages, PC/B&W. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 31-32 #12-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31-32 #12-1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 31-32 #12-1
    Published 2000 by Frederick S. Clarke.

    Double issue! Cinefantastique takes you behind-the-scenes of Joe Straczynski's science fiction epic, Babylon 5, in an exciting 128-page double issue that chronicles in detail the series' five-year saga on television. Exclusive interviews include Straczynski, producer, creator, and marathon writer; co-producers John Copeland and Doug Netter; stars Bruce Boxleitner, Claudia Christian, Andreas Katsulas, Peter Jurasik, and Walter Koenig; production designer John Iocovelli; cinematographer John Flinn; composer Chris Franke; and many others. Includes a detailed, illustrated episode guide to all 110 shows, with comments of the creators who made this one of the grandest, most intelligent science fiction series ever filmed! Also in this issue, an exclusive on-set report from Toronto of the filming of L. Ron Hubbard's Battlefield Earth, a preview of Don Bluth's animated science fiction epic, Titan A.E., the filming of teen horror sequel Urban Legend 2, an exclusive interview with Peter Jackson on the filming of Lord of the Rings, and a look at the problems plaguing the filming of Silence of the Lambs 2. Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 32 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 32 #2

    August 2000. Vol 32, Num 2; X-Men - the filming of Marvel's comic superheroes & the behind-the-scenes story from the set. Plus: Silence of the Lambs II, Hollow Man, Titan A.E., Philip K. Dick's Imposter, Chicken Run, Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle, Dragonheart: A New Beginning, Godzilla 2000. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 32 #3
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    Cinefantastique takes you behind-the-scenes of The X-Files, for what could be its final season with Agent Mulder. Interviews include creator/producer Chris Carter, directors Rob Bowman and Kim Manners, and writer Vince Gilligan; a look at the making of "X-Cops," one of the season's most celebrated episodes; plus a detailed, illustrated episode guide to the just- completed 7th Season. Also in the same issue, CFQ takes you behind-the-scenes to the making of The Cell, a stylish and imaginative new serial-killer film starring Jennifer Lopez; the filming of Phillip K. Dick's The Imposter; and an on-the-set report on the making of Shadow of the Vampire, the horrifically fictionalized account of director F.W. Murnau shooting 1922's Nosferatu, featuring Willem Dafoe as Max Shreck! Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 32 #4/5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 32 #4/5

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    Volume 32 issue 3/4 - December 2000. Double issue! Features articles on the cast and crew of Star Trek Deep Space 9 as it nears it's series finale, and articles on feature filsm "The Sixth Day", "Red Planet", "Blair Witch 2", and M. Night Shyamalan's "Unbreakable"! 8 1/2-in. x 11-in., 126 pages, Text (with PC/PB&W photos) Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 32 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 32 #6

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    Cinefantastique interviews Avi Arad, head of Marvel Productions, on "Marvel Movie Magic" and the raft of new Marvel Comics movie and TV productions soon to hit the screen, including The Mighty Thor and Ghost Rider, as well as the latest news on Blade 2, X-Men 2 & 3, and Spider-Man. Arad is among the 50 "Most Powerful People in Science Fiction," the annual survey of the top movers and shakers both in front of and behind the cameras who specialize in the field of horror, fantasy, and science fiction. Also, in the same issue, a preview of Hannibal, the sequel to Silence of the Lambs; a look at Steven Spielberg's plans to film Stanley Kubrick's A.I; an interview with director Peter Jackson on filming The Lord of the Rings trilogy; behind- the-scene of the turmoil of Disney's new animation feature The Emperor's New Groove; the filming of Frank Herbert's Dune as a mini-series for television; a preview of Osmosis Jones, the outrageous new animation/live-action hybrid from the Farrelly Brothers; on the set of Dracula 2000, presented by Wes Craven; Rob Zombie on switching from rock to horror to director in The House of 1,000 Corpses; and much more! Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 33 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #1

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    Vol. 33 #1 & #2 Farscape Double Issue Cover price $11.95.

  • Vol. 33 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #3

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    CFQ takes you behind-the-scenes on The Mummy Returns, the sequel to 1999's blockbuster hit starring Brendan Fraser. Exclusive coverage includes interviews with Fraser, the "Mummy" himself Arnold Vosloo, and director Stephen Sommers from the London set. Plus, in-depth coverage of the Rollerball remake, Eddie Murphy's Dr. Doolittle 2, Disney's Atlantis, and Tomb Raider! Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 33 #4A
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #4A

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    The adventure behind-the-scenes of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, was almost as great as the one that will wind up on movie screens this summer. Seeking to break away from old formulas, directors Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise spun a tale that harkens back to the company's classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and brought in Hellboy creator Mike Mignola to add his own, unique stamp to the film's visuals. Now, Cinefantastique will take you inside the production of this animated epic, showing how Mignola's celebrated style has been brought to life by the Disney artists. Also included will be exclusive interviews with many of the main participants, as well as features which highlight the story with art that will trace the genesis of the project from Mignola's pen to the finished film: the first 70mm, animated epic Disney has offered in over 15 years! Plus: more-in-depth coverage of all the summer blockbusters, including Jurassic Park III, Planet of the Apes, and Rollerball! Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 33 #4B
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #4B

    The adventure behind-the-scenes of Disney's Atlantis: The Lost Empire, was almost as great as the one that will wind up on movie screens this summer. Seeking to break away from old formulas, directors Gary Trousdale and Kirk Wise spun a tale that harkens back to the company's classic 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and brought in Hellboy creator Mike Mignola to add his own, unique stamp to the film's visuals. Now, Cinefantastique will take you inside the production of this animated epic, showing how Mignola's celebrated style has been brought to life by the Disney artists. Also included will be exclusive interviews with many of the main participants, as well as features which highlight the story with art that will trace the genesis of the project from Mignola's pen to the finished film: the first 70mm, animated epic Disney has offered in over 15 years! Plus: more-in-depth coverage of all the summer blockbusters, including Jurassic Park III, Planet of the Apes, and Rollerball! Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 33 #5
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #5

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    October/November 2001. Vol 33, Num 5; Ghosts of Mars - John Carpenter exclusive & on-location report. Plus: Lord of the Rings, Jeepers Creepers, Ginger Snaps, Birth of A.I., Star Trek Alpha/Omega - Enterprise/Voyager. Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 33 #6
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 33 #6

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    Cinefantastique covers the winter releases like no one else, with their in-depth, expert coverage of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, Harry Potter & The Sorcerer's Stone, Disney & Pixar's Monsters, Inc. and more! CFQ's extensive coverage will bring you exclusive interviews and special art that will be found nowhere else, plus background information that will enhance understanding and enjoyment of these mammoth blockbusters. Plus, continuing coverage of the best of film and TV, with the depth and insight that genre fans have come to rely on. It's all in Cinefantastique, the magazine with a sense of wonder! (Cinefantastique) Magazine, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.95.

  • Vol. 34 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 34 #1

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    Star Trek: Voyager Extravaganza! Cinefantastique brings you exclusive interviews with William Shatner and Eugene Roddenberry, son of Trek creator Gene Roddenberry! Also, in-depth analysis of every Voyager adventure with a complete episode guide. CFQ's extensive coverage brings you exclusive interviews and special art that will be found nowhere else, plus background information that will enhance understanding and enjoyment of these mammoth blockbusters. Plus, continuing coverage of the best of film and TV, with the depth and insight that genre fans have come to rely on. It's all in Cinefantastique, the magazine with a sense of wonder! (Cinefantastique) Magazine, b&w$5.95 Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 34 #2
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    Blade 2: When does a vampire hunter join forces with his prey? When there's something even worse out there. Ed Gross meets up with Guillermo del Toro and the other creators of this eagerly awaited sequel, and looks into the challenges met by the special effects team and by Marvel Comics itself. The Scorpion King: Universal's Mummy franchise branches off into this spin-off prequel, and The Rock gets his shot at big-screen stardom in this tale of a fierce warrior and his battle against supernatural evil. Mitch Persons gets a taste of on-set life, and talks to the stars. The Mothman Prophecies: Strange things goin' on in town, and it falls to Richard Gere to figure out the puzzles. Chuck Wagner talks to director Mark Pellington about turning local legend into contemporary horror. Cover price $5.99.

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    Men In Black 2: K and J are back, once again facing down the scum of the universe. Steve Ryfle talks with director Barry Sonnenfeld and makeup Rick Baker, while Andrew Osmond ponders the sometimes complex alchemy that makes up genre humor. Star Wars Episode 2: Attack Of The Clones: Denise Dumars considers the upcoming film, while Dennis Kleinman asks some uncomfortable questions. Spider-Man: After years of re-writes and legal wrangling, the tale of a humble student turned masked webslinger comes to the big screen. Ross Plesset gets the story from the cast and crew and explores the versions we never saw, while Russell Lissau looks at why Marvel heroes have become hot commodities. Cover price $5.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 34 #5

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    Vol 34, Num 5; Reign of Fire, Halloween: Resurrection, Eight Legged Freaks, Tom Savini, Ultraviolet, Todd McFarlane, Spy Kids 2, George Pal. Magazine, b&w. $5.95 Cover price $5.99.

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    Alias: You could say Sydney Bristow has her hands full: She has to fulfill her missions as an operative for the super-secret SD-6 agency, while reporting to the CIA about sinister doings at the rogue unit, while trying to reconcile conflicting emotions about her father - also a double agent - while cramming for her finals. About the only thing which is easy is ABC's decision to renew the addictive series for a second season. Edward Gross comes in from the cold with a report on behind-the-scenes doings on set, plus a first season program guide which should bring you up to speed for the sophomore outing. Top 25 Scream Kings: We'll do Scream Queens another day. Time for a bit of balance as Bryan Cairns rounds up the twenty-five actors who most readily populate our nightmares and make movie theaters safe for ghouls and other fright-thinking abominations. Plus, exclusive interviews with Bruce Campbell, Kane Hodder and Boris Karloff's daughter. Birds Of Prey: The nights only get darker in Gotham after Batman succumbs to the Joker and the daughters of the city's most stalwart crime fighters join forces to stem the rising tide of evil. Colin Kingston previews this new take on the comic-book classic. Cover price $5.99.

  • Vol. 35 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 35 #1

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    All Color! Under a new creative team! See in-depth coverage of Daredevil, X.2, Superman, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, and The Hulk Also include Exorcist: The Beginning, Enterprise, The Dead Zone, House of 1,000 Corpses, The Omega Man, and Through The Mobius Strip. Plus, an interview with David Cronenberg, and a look at Attack of the Clones (CFQ Media) Magazine, PC$6.99 Cover price $6.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 35 #2

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    The new CFQ features a cover story on the making of X-2 featuring an in-depth one-on- one with auteur Bryan Singer along who talks about his new mutants along with interviews with the cast and crew. Also, the first part of exclusive coverage of Matrix Reloaded, the eagerly anticipated sequel to The Matrix and writer/director Lawrence Kasdan unveils the secret of Stephen King's Dreamcatcher in The CFQ Interview while Michael Piller unlocks The Dead Zone. Plus, a retrospective on the landmark science fiction movie Tron and new columns on comics, video games, home theater and toys. Plus a complete listings and calendar section from Zentertainment's Sean Jordan. (CFQ Media) Magazine, PC$6.99 Cover price $6.99.

  • Vol. 35 #3
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    Anger Management: Director Ang Lee and his production team became one with their star to bring The Hulk to life. The CFQ Interview: Alan Moore: The artist on 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' and why he'll never write for film. What Is The Matrix (Now)?: The diverse talents behind Reloaded reveal as much as they are contractually allowed. Cover price $6.99.

  • Vol. 35 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 35 #4

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    August/September 2003. Vol 35, Num 4; Special TV Issue - Smallville, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Stargate SG-1; Battlestar Galactica - 25 years later; Starship Troopers 2; Angel's second coming. Cover features Tom Welling & Kristin Kreuk (Smallville), Sarah Michelle Gellar (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) and Richard Dean Anderson (Stargate SG-1). Cover price $6.99.

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    Agent Provocateur: The second season of Alias shook up the drama, opening new options for series creator J.J. Abrams. PLUS: The score on Alias composer Michael Giacchino, and costume designer Laura Goldsmith. Fangs & Fur: Classic monsters - vampires and werewolves - are given a new mythos in Underworld. Hong Kong Calling: Quentin Tarantino pays homage to Asian action cinema with his ultraviolent revenge fantasy Kill Bill. PLUS: Tarantino works with Sonny Chiba to resurrect Hattori Hanzo. Sinister Urges: Rob Zombie (House of 1,000 Corpses) , Eli Roth (Cabin Fever), Don Mancini (Seed of Chucky) and Scott Spiegel (Evil Dead 2) gathers to discuss the state of the genre. Angel Evolutions: David Boreanaz discusses the new season of Joss Whedon's lone surviving series reveals departures, additions, and major storytelling changes. Cover price $6.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 35 #6

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    December 2003/January 2004. Vol 35, Num 6; Ring Cycle - Peter Jackson's epic Lord of the Rings: Return of the King; Joss Whedon on Firefly; Donner talks Timeline; Battlestar Galactica - the next generation; Holiday Gift Guide; Dragonslayer revisited; Frazetta on film; Ben Affleck cashes Paycheck. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 36 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 36 #1

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    February/March 2004. Vol 36, No 1 -- Peter Jackson (Lords of the Ring, King Kong), Starship Troopers 2, Dawn of the Dead remake, Akira's impact. Squarebound magazine, 8.5 x 11, color, 72 slick pages. Cover price $7.99.

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    Inside this issue: Van Helsing, Hellboy, The Punisher, a retrospect on Superman: The Movie, Starship Troopers 2, Tokyo Godfathers, the animated Doctor Who, Ray Harryhausen, The Lost Boys. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 36 #3
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    Inside this issue: Spider-Man, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Shrek 2, Godzilla, I Robot, Star Trek, King Arthur, Salem's Lot, Firefly, The Chronicles of Riddick, Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, Kaena, Smallville, The X-Files, Total Recall. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 36 #4
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 36 #4

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    August/September 2004. Vol 36, No 4 -- Milla Jovovich Unloads in Resident Evil 2, Alien vs. Predator, Exorcist: The Beginning, Thunderbirds: Then and Now, 10 must-see remakes. Squarebound magazine, 8.5 x 11, color, 72 slick pages. Cover price $7.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 36 #5

    October/November 2004. Vol 36, Num 5; Special Issue: Star Wars Universe. Wars Stories - The Clone Wars invade Cartoon Network; jumping into Stargate Atlantis; Seed of Chucky; the sfx of Sky Captain; on location with Rob Zombie; Cronenberg rebuilds Videodrome; Shaun of the Dead; Hyams hears Sound of Thunder. Clone Wars cover. Cover price $7.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 36 #6

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    The Incredibles, Blade: Trinity, Buck Rogers, Kristin Kreuk (Earthsea), Michael Keaton (White Noise), Christopher Lee, House of Flying Daggers, Species III, and more. 8.5-in. x 10.75-in.; full color; 72 pages on slick paper. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 37 #1
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    this issue features Constantine, Elektra, Lemony Snicket, The Matrix Online, Part 2 of the CFQ Buck Rogers Retrospective, an interview with Todd McFarlane, CFQ Films' All Souls Day, Boogeyman, Alone in the Dark, Dead Aim and more. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 37 #2
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    this issue features Sin City, King Kong, Enterprise, Battlestar Galactica and more. Cover price $7.99.

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    An inside look at George Lucas' two Star Wars trilogies and CFQ's coverage of the films over the years, plus features on The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Doom, High Tension, Ultraman and Smallville. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 37 #4
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    Behind-the-scenes on Batman Begins, War of the Worlds, Land of the Dead, and Star Wars III: Revenge of the Sith, plus Night Watch, Stephen Chow, Star Trek: New Voyages, the Batman Begins video game, Christian Bale, Cillian Murphy, Gary Oldman, Dennis Hopper and the latest and greatest genre reviews. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 37 #5
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    This issue features Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Rob Zombie's he Devil's Rejects, an early look at ABC's new Nightstalker series, a peek at Michael Bay's The Island, as well as the latest on Aeon Flux, Fantastic Four, The 4400 and CFQ Films' The Darkroom, plus a special San Diego Comic-Con bonus section featuring 50 highlights from the show. Cover price $7.99.

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    Special Fall TV Preview Issue: featuring Lost, Smallville, Surface, Threshold, Invasion, Ghost Whisperer, Firefly/Serenity, Battlestar Galactica and much more! Cover price $7.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 37 #8

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    35 Years of CFQ Special Collector's Issue. First Look: Superman Returns. Plus: Saw II, Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire, Corpse Bride, Doom, Master of Horror, F.E.A.R., and more. 62 pgs. Full color. Vol. 37 No. 8 Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 38 #1
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 38 #1

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    January/February 2006. Kong is King - Peter Jackson on making his monsterpiece, King Kong; Aquaman - the first word on the WB pilot; Galactica 2.5 - re-launching vipers; Michael Piller remembered. Plus: Chronicles of Narnia, Aeon Flux, Ghosts of Albion, Marebito, When a Stranger Calls, Underworld: Evolution, All Souls Day, Wolf Creek, The Thirst, BloodRayne, Hostel. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 38 #2
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 38 #2

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    Frakkin' Awesome - Battlestar Galactica soars in its second season (and that's no felgercarb!); Slither Is In - writer/director James Gunn takes on star Nathan Fillion; Wes is More - horror master Wes Craven talks about 30+ years of scares; V for Vendetta - Alan Moore's graphic novel adapted to film; 2006 Movie Preview. Plus: House of the Dead 2, Pulse, Battle for Middle-Earth 2, Doctor Who, The Hills Have Eyes, Lady Vengeance. Cover price $7.99.

  • Vol. 38 #3
    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 38 #3

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    Superman Returns - Bryan Singer brings the Man of Steel back to life; X-Men 3 - take a Stand; Star Trek XI - J.J. Abrams boldly goes; the secrets behind Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean trilogy; E3's hot new games. Plus: Poseidon, Conjure, Mission: Impossible 3, Azumi, Stephen King's Desperation, Room 6. Cover price $7.99.

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    Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 38 #4

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    Vol 38, Num 4; Special 2006 Comic-Con Preview Issue. Power of the Dark Crystal, Battlestar Galactica, Batman, DOA: Dead or Alive, Spider-Man, The Darkness, Lost, Star Wars, Emily the Strange, 300, A Scanner Darkly, Heroes, Phonogram, Stargate, The Covenant, Living in Infamy. Plus: A complete catalog of 36 years of CFQ & Femme Fatales. Cover price $7.99.