Cinefantastique 28:10

cfq972810.jpgThe April 1997 issue of Cinefantastique (Volume 28, Number 10) features a cover story on the making of Stuart Gordon’s SPACE TRUCKERS. There is extensive coverage of Davdi Lynch’s LOST HIGHWAY. The issue includes a look back at the best cinefantastique from 1996, along with horror and sci-fi Oscar picks. Other articles cover David Cronenberg’s CRASH; ANACONDA, MEN IN BLACK.
Contents for the issue are:

  • 3 Editorial by Steve Biodrowski
  • 4 Release Schedule: The Month’s Genre Films
  • 5 Hollywood Gothic: News & Notes on “Contact, “Kissed,” Starship Troopers,” “Mortal Kombat II”; obituaries for Jordan Cronenweth and Jack Nance
  • 7 “The Hunger” – Preview by Alan Jones
  • 8 “Anaconda” – Article by Douglas Eby
  • 10 Illegal Aliens: “Men in Black” – Preview by Judd Hollander
  • 12 Visit to a “Dark Planet” – On-set report Chuck Wagner
  • 14 The Making of “Space Truckers” – Articles by Dennis Fischer and Alan Jones
  • 26 David Cronenberg Goes “Crash” – Interview by Paul Wardle
  • 32 David Lynch Navigates the “Lost Highway” – Articles by Frederick C. Szebin and Steve Biodrowski
  • 42 Going for the Gold” Genre Oscar Winners – Retrospective by Mike Lyons
  • 46 The Best of 1996: The Year in Review (The Best in Cinema, Soundtrax, Direct-to-Video, and Laserdiscs)
  • 54 Reviews: “Michael,” “The Preacher’s Wife,” “The Relic,” “Mars Attacks,” “The Crucible,” “Beavis and Butt-Head Do America,”  “Scream,” “The Next Big Thing.”
  • 60 Capsule Comments: “101 Dalmatians, “Star Trek: First Contact,” “Three Lives and Only One Death,” Trilogy of Terror.”

You can find articles for this issue listed in the Archive for April 1997.