It’s Halloween, and FANGORIA #298 is ready to shock and roll all night and at least part of every day (we need some time to recover, after all). Who better to bring along as our master of sinister ceremonies than the controversial and iconic Gene Simmons? Serving as the blood drooling mascot for legendary ’70s shock rockers Kiss, Simmons helped drag monster culture into the mainstream. In this special issue (which also contains a double side fold-out poster), Fango sits down with “The Demon” to learn how a chubby geek ended up using his perverse passion to realize the American Dream.

 

We also look back at Hitchcock’s now 50 year old classic PSYCHO, finish our chat with Hammer horror queen Barbara Shelly, pick Wes Craven’s brain on assorted topics, hang out with Elvira, spotlight new Japanese flicks and immerse ourselves in the delirious modern giallo, AMER. All this plus our diverse columns, reviews and breaking news make this Halloween celebration one you can’t afford to miss…