The Rondo Award nominated cult, horror and exploitation movie magazine DELIRIUM is celebrating our massive 11th issue in sensual style with a blow-out EXCLUSIVE new interview with horror icon Barbara Crampton. From her early days acting for Brian De Palma, to her notorious work in Stuart Gordon's RE-ANIMATOR and FROM BEYOND, to Jim Wynorski's CHOPPING MALL to her cult status as a Soap Opera heroine and beyond, actress Barbara Crampton is one of the major femme fatales of cult entertainment. After all but vanishing from screens for years, Barbara returned in 2011 starring in the indie horror hit YOU'RE NEXT and Rob Zombie's THE LORDS OF SALEM and later, in the acclaimed shocker WE ARE STILL HERE. Barbara is BACK, more beautiful and more prolific and popular than ever. We LOVE Barbara Crampton and this is the ultimate Crampton tribute with a new and sexy photo shoot, poster and cover by noted horror photographer Ama Lea. Also on the bill is an exclusive interview with Andreea Boyer on THE BOOOGEYMAN reboot, a look at Cheerleader horror movies, Debbie Rochon on her directorial debut MODEL HUNGER and so much more!
Full Moon presents Delirium, a breathless, bold, beautiful, brainy and ballistic bi-monthly 21 gun-pulp-fiction-salute periodical dedicated to exploring and celebrating the uninhibited joy of making outrageous movies while high-fiving the fevered audiences who just can’t seem to get enough of that far-out stuff!
Published by Charles Band, produced by the Full Moon Features team and edited by filmmaker, film journalist and FANGORIA Magazine’s EIC Chris Alexander, DELIRIUM is a passionate work of lurid wonder, jam packed with exclusive interviews, bizarre stories, garish photos from Band’s expansive and foreboding vaults (many of which have never, ever, EVER, been seen before), posters, retrospectives, special FX make-up secrets, laughs, shocks, thrills and chills. DELIRIUM aims to chart indie horror and fantasy’s secret history using the Empire/Full Moon/Band legacy as the foundation but then careening madly into unexpected directions.