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I'm not sure why the magazine, on the cover, decries it as being controversial. It's another reminder that I've gotta read more Morrell. He really is a fantastic story teller and Dead Image is just another excellent example. It's a story about a bit actor in a modern film who has a striking resemblance to James Dean or James Deacon as he referred to in this piece. Wasted on the Young by Cody Goodfellow, about a rock concert that's not for the faint hearted gave me a nostalgic buzz for 80's horror rock stories.
Both issues also features articles by Thomas F Moteleone whose mildly entertaining , Michael Morano, whose got some interesting things to say about film horror and genre and Ed Gorman whose always a good read. So there you go - after 62 issues and Cemetrey Dance is a quality product and the premiere horror magazine. View All Archives. Log in No account? Create an account. Remember me. The world's top authors in the genre are published within our pages, but Cemetery Dance is also the place to look for glimpses of the future.
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