Chris Alexander has been the editor-in-chief of legendary NYC based horror and dark fantasy film culture magazine FANGORIA Magazine since 2009. Chris is only the third EIC in 36 years, following Anthony Timpone and Bob Martin.
Chris is the writer, director, editor and composer of the award-winning microbudget vampire psychodrama BLOOD FOR IRINA, its sequel, QUEEN OF BLOOD and the upcoming FEMALE WEREWOLF. Explore His Filmography
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Under Alexander, FANGORIA’s sickening kid sister GOREZONE returned after a 20 year hiatus, bigger, bolder and bloodier than ever. No newsstand. No filler. Just splattery, sexy, rock and roll horror magazine goodness.
Meet Chris Alexander
Chris Alexander is a Canadian-based, internationally published writer, composer and filmmaker and has served as editor-in-chief of such notable film magazines as FANGORIA, GOREZONE and DELIRIUM. Prior to this, he was a critic and columnist for RUE MORGUE magazine. As a filmmaker he is the writer, director and composer of the award winning vampire film BLOOD FOR IRINA, its follow-up/sequel, QUEEN OF BLOOD and the erotic surrealist drama FEMALE WEREWOLF. Alexander has also composed original music for films like Joseph O’Brien’s THE DEVIL’S MILE, Chris Walsh’s stop motion horror film THE SHUTTERBUG MAN , featuring narration by film legend Barbara Steele (BLACK SUNDAY, 8 1/2).
He has written thousands of feature articles in various publications and periodicals and has interviewed virtually every horror legend at least twice.
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