Shudder's Creepshow graces the cover of the upcoming Fangoria #5 and the issue looks like it's going to be pretty solid addition to the famous horror mag. Horror SFX legend Greg Nicotero posted the cover on social media, giving horror fans a taste of what to expect when the issue arrives at subscriber's doorsteps. Or if you're not a subscriber, you can pick it up at your local newsstand or wherever else you can get physical magazines like Fangoria these days.
First up, in the latest Fangoria is the cover story, which is a set visit to Shudder's upcoming series Creepshow, there's an exclusive conversation between Greg Nicotero and Joe Hill. That alone is worth the price of admission. Nicotero is extremely excited about the upcoming series and is looking forward to sharing it with horror fans from around the world. The Creepshow Shudder series debuts September 26th, which is just in time for Halloween.
12 segments will make up the new Creepshow series, which are features across six-episodes. Each episode will consist of two segments of horror fun. All Hallows Eve, Bad Wolf Down, By the Silver Water of Lake Champlain, The Companion, The Finger, Gray Matter, The House of the Head, Lydia Layne's Better Half, The Man in the Suitcase, Night of the Paw, Skincrawlers, and Times is Tough in Musky Holler are all 12 of the segments that will make up the first season of the highly anticipated season. Greg Nicotero directed Gray Matter from a story by Stephen King.
As far as the rest of the upcoming Fangoria #5, the man... the myth... the M. Night Shyamalan talks to Severin Fiala and Veronika Franzthe, the directors of NEON's upcoming movie, The Lodge. Actor Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Lords of Salem, 31) interviews Rob Zombie about both the excitement and the challenges of filming the upcoming 3 From Hell. Bill Hader and Finn Wolfhard, two generations of the Losers' Club, talk about experiences on the IT Chapter 2 set, favorite moments, and what it's like to play the same character separated by twenty-seven years.
From PTA to Jordan Peele to Ari Aster to, now, Robert Eggers... the baton-pass interview is a fan-favorite of the new Fangoria traditions in Fango Vol. 2. For this installment, Aster and Eggers sit down to discuss their horror inspirations for both Midsommar and The Lighthouse. Straight from the set of the latest Fangoria movie, Chelsea Stardust's Satanic Panic, power couple Rebecca Romijn and Jerry O'Connell talk about what it's like to share the (bloody) screen together. This sounds like it's an issue not to be missed. Plus, Greg Nicotero spills his guts about Shudder's upcoming Creepshow series. If that doesn't make you wanna give them some cash and subscribe, what else will? You can check out the latest cover of Fangoria below, thanks to Greg Nicotero's Instagram account.