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Publisher Description

“Full Moon presents DELIRIUM” is a breathless, bold, bloody, beautiful, brainy and ballistic bi-monthly 21-gun-pulp-fiction-salute print 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 Band, produced by the Full Moon Features team and edited by filmmaker, film journalist and FANGORIA Magazine 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.


DELIRIUM #14 dials back the clock to celebrate the late, great Empire Pictures and all the amazing movies from that era. Stuff like From Beyond, Re-Animator, Troll, Ghoulies, Eliminators, Terrorvision...the list is long and crazy awesome. These purposeful “B movies” were made with healthy budgets and solid production values, often with top drawer International talent behind and in front of the scenes. We’re super excited to be presenting this special, beautiful magazine – with 16 pages of Empire goodness inside - to all of you fellow fans who lovingly remember these fantastic films as fondly as we do. 


Elsewhere in this mag, the great Gary Sherman muses on the making of his 1972 classic Death Line, Werner Herzog talks about his new films, Walter Hill talks about The Assignment, we have a look at HOUSE IV and so much more. Dig in! Get DELIRIUM and get delirious today! 

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2017
September 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
52
Pages
PUBLISHER
Full Moon Empire, Inc.
SELLER
Full Moon Empire, Inc.
SIZE
215.3
MB

Customer Reviews

Robinfrank ,

Awesome delirious film madness

A nice homage to the weird world of b-movie cinema

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