All of us here at eatmybrains.com grew up with and were influenced by Allan Bryce's fantastic The Dark Side magazine - Britain's longest running, and most popular horror and fantasy magazine.
The Dark Side has been running for many years now, and was the first place we came across the names of such genre directors as Lucio Fulci, Jean Rollin and Bruno Mattei (well, maybe that last one is not so much of a plus).
So, it's with great excitement that we can now announce that eatmybrains has received it's first print-published article in the latest edition (No 118) of The Dark Side magazine.
Covering five pages, myself, Jim and Zomblee report on this year's FrightFest event held in London back in August. As if that wasn't enough to convince you to run out and buy the magazine this instant, the latest edition also features a free DVD, the thoroughly enjoyable giallo The Cold Eyes of Fear from Redemption which also includes some great extras.
The current issue of The DarkSide is #118 Dec/Jan 2006. Here's a complete rundown of whats in it.
Britain’s most comprehensive guide to the latest
horror and sci-fi DVD releases. John Martin checks out all the latest DVD releases, including Blue Underground’s amazing coffin-shaped Blind Dead boxed set!
Calum Waddell interviews Ruggero Deodato, director of the notorious video nasty, Cannibal Holocaust!
John Martin knows a bit about Video Nasties, so we asked him to check out where the DPP’s favourite banned movies are now…
Zombies, ghosts, monsters, werewolves and everything in between. It can only be the London FrighFest! This year the gang at www.eatmybrains.com (that’s Russell Lee as Zomblee, Mike Hewitt as Rawshark and Jim Smith as, er Jim) went along to review it on our behalf…
The talented Michael Reeves made just three feature films before his tragically early death. Now a new biography attempts to uncover his inner demons. Harvey F. Chartrand casts a critical eye over it…
Jay Slater spends five fearful days at the San Sebastian fest… Will his liver last out after an epic drinking session with John Phillip Law?
Heavy metal horror merchant Shaun Hutson interviewed!
For more information on The Dark Side magazine and their range of back issues, DVDs and books, visit the official site at www.darksidemagazine.com.
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