Stop motion FX wizard David Allen’s long-planned passion project THE PRIMEVALS was shelved in the 1990’s after Allen passed away from cancer. Finally completed in 2023 by Full Moon and former Allen associate Chris Endicott, THE PRIMEVALS is finally unleashed and it’s the ultimate retro-fantasy adventure, employing a wild array of arresting, 100% hand-rendered, stop-motion special effects and a rich orchestral score from composer Richard Band. In this 37th issue, DELIRIUM shines a light on the making of THE PRIMEVALS with exclusive new interviews with Endicott and Band, plus a startling array of rare photos. Plus, we talk to Joe Dante about the making of his 1978 killer fish Corman classic PIRANHA, actor Alex Winter dishes on working with Michael Winner and Charlie Bronson on DEATH WISH 3, sex and vampires meet in the adult arena as we profile the Hungarian erotica line GetVampired, Lucio Fulci’s favorite kid Silvia Collatina talks about her days in Italian horror and MUCH more. Get your copy of DELIRIUM #37 today!


DELIRIUM #36 NOW ON SALE! A Celebration of Mary Lambert’s PET SEMATARY 2!

Coming soon! DELIRIUM is prepping a splashy new issue – our 36th, to be exact – celebrating director Mary Lambert’s macabre, bizarre and hideously undervalued 1982 sorta-sequel PET SEMATARY 2 (or PET SEMATARY TWO as its stylized in its marketing!). Get ready for new interviews with Lambert, actor Clancy Brown and more. And feast on this FABULOUS cover art by the great Suspirialand! Subscribe today and start your journey into DELIRIUM with this very issue! And buy the stand alone #36 by clicking HERE!



DELIRIUM celebrates the legacy of Michael Winner’s savagely satanic 1977 horror masterpiece THE SENTINEL with a massive new cover story interview with the man who started it all, author Jeffrey Konvitz! Journalist Don Kaye goes deep with Konvitz to discuss his bestselling novel and the weird roads that led to the director of DEATH WISH taking over the cinematic reigns, as well as all the controversy the film courted. We also celebrate the legacy of Winner himself, certainly one of the most misunderstood and eccentric British filmmakers of all time. Elsewhere, we revisit Roger Corman’s hallucinatory Gothic chiller THE TERROR, hang out on stage with Rob Zombie, analyze the late Charles Laughton’s turn as THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, remember legendary horror host Zacherly and so much more!

NOW ON SALE! DELIRIUM #34 digs deep into DEMONS 2!

DELIRIUM #34 is here and ready to rip you to shreds! This round, we celebrate director Lamberto Bava and producer Dario Argento’s gonzo 1986 gorefest DEMONS 2, the riotous follow-up to the duo’s landmark Italian horror masterpiece DEMONS! Inside, you’ll find EXCLUSIVE new interviews with Bava, star Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni and composer Simon Boswell as well as tons of freaky photos, a few of which you may have NEVER seen before. Chasing our coverage of this creepy Eurohorror sequel, we have new chats with Florida-based auteur William Grefe about his eerie William Shatner shocker IMPULSE, words with actor John Amplas about the George Romero vampire classic MARTIN, one-on-one with Canadian filmmaker Karen Lam plus all manner of sexy, sanguinary awesomeness!

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DELIRIUM #33: Do ya feel lucky, punk? Well…do ya!?

Do ya feel lucky, punk? Well…do ya!? Then pick up DELIRIUM #33 and check out our massive interview with actor Andrew Robinson! Robinson is the veteran actor who is beloved (and reviled) as playing the Cotton brothers in Clive Barker’s HELLRAISER, as well as hundreds of other credits on screens both big and small. But Robinson will forever – and rightly – be associated with his first film, Don Siegel’s 1971 thriller DIRTY HARRY, starring the great Clint Eastwood! In this brand new chat, Robinson fully dissects “Scorpio”, his malevolent serial killer alter-ego, and muses on why the character and the film has endured. We’ll also go deep-diving on all of his storied roles in stuff like COBRA, LIBERACE, STAR TREK and, of course, HELLRAISER! Plus, we’ve got features on the new creeper TRAP, actress Isabella Percival, a tribute to actor Clu Gulager and much more!


Guillermo del Toro talks BLADE II for DELIRIUM #32!

The cover of our DELIRIUM #32! Beautiful art by the immortal Suspirialand! We sit down with GDT to flashback on the 20th anniversary of BLADE II! Seb Godin defends DRACULA 3D to the death! We dissect Neil Jordan’s THE COMPANY OF WOLVES! Tony Timpone grills Daniel Roebuck about working with Rob Zombie on THE MUNSTERS! Dennis Daniel goes deep on Zombie’s THE DEVIL’S REJECTS! And much, much more!

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DELIRIUM #31: A Tribute to Sylvia Kristel – NOW ON SALE!

For our 31st elegant issue, DELIRIUM celebrates the life of European erotica superstar Sylvia Kristel with an exclusive book excerpt detailing the making of Kristel’s signature film, 1974’s haunting softcore classic EMMANUELLE, complete with hot, uncensored photos and a STUNNING painted cover by artist Suspiria Vilchez!

Elsewhere we revisit two underrated horror masterpieces – Michael Winner’s 1977 shocker THE SENTINEL and Michael Mann’s 1983 chiller THE KEEP. We also talk to MY BLOODY VALENTINE director George Mihalka about his obscure Canadian creeper THE BLUE MAN (aka ETERNAL EVIL), revisit BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER and much, much more! 

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DELIRIUM #30 with master of horror Tobe Hooper!

DELIRIUM dials back the clock to chronicle the making of one the SCARIEST vampire entertainments ever made: 1979’s chilling Stephen King adaptation SALEM’S LOT!

Editor Chris Alexander unearths an EXCLUSIVE and unpublished interview with SALEM’S LOT’s iconic, now deceased, director Tobe Hooper, who speaks about getting hired to helm the TV miniseries and tells tales about his working relationship with the head vampire, Mr. Barlow, played by Reggie Nalder. We support this incredible chat with words with LOT’s youthful hero Lance Kerwin and town hussy Julie Cobb, making this one of the most thorough and unique reflections on the film EVER. Elsewhere, Lee Gambin reflects on the trashy AIP classic THE BAT PEOPLE, burgeoning multi-hyphenate creator Meosha Bean talks about her road to success, the stunning Oksana Orlan dissects her role in the malevolent Gothic shocker THE RUSSIAN BRIDE, Dennis Daniel goes deep into the “Nunsploitation” subgenre, Jason Bene gets into Culture Shock and SO much more.

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The cover of DELIRIUM #29 featuring Axelle Carolyn

I’ve been a fan of Axelle Carolyn since her first short film THE LAST POST, through her feature debut SOULMATE and onward. And when I saw her episode of THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR – one of the most moving and unsettling 60 minutes of Gothic horror poetry I’ve ever seen – I became aware of a burgeoning auteur. And so, we close out the year with a huge, career-to-date interview with the writer/director about her growing body of work and her singular creative point of view. A true dissection of an artist whose evolution is exciting to witness. Cover art by the brilliant (to put it mildly) Suspirialand – the concept was to take Axelle and some of her imagery and “Ingrid Pitt” her. And Suspirialand delivered, hard. Really excited about this unique issue.

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Issue #28 shines the spotlight on John Carpenter’s Ghosts of Mars

‘Tis the season where everyone’s bugging John Carpenter to talk about HALLOWEEN.

Not us.

We harassed John long and hard enough and he eventually caved.

In this upcoming issue of our DELIRIUM magazine, you’ll find Carpenter talking about the making of his insane and underrated 2001 masterpiece GHOSTS OF MARS.

And we’re super excited to be celebrating it with the man who made it for this awesome upcoming October issue. And dig that crazy wicked exclusive cover painting by visionary artist Matthew Therrien!

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