Necronomicon

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'''Necronomicon''' is a horror film fanzine by Necro Neil published in Yorkshire, in the UK.  
'''Necronomicon''' is a horror film fanzine by Necro Neil published in Yorkshire, in the UK.  
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The first issue was released in May 2001. It is a black and white, [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]], stapled publication. As of 2011, 17 issues have been published.
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The first issue was released in May 2001. It is a black and white, A5, [[Cut and Paste|cut and paste]], stapled publication. As of 2011, 18 issues have been published.
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''Necronomicon'' mainly focuses on horror films that have been forgotten about, but also included articles on other topics of interest to horror film fans. Films featured have included ''American Werewolf in London'', ''Army of Darkness'', ''Evil Dead'', ''Friday the 13th'', ''Fright Night'', ''Ghost in the Machine'', ''Ghoulies'',  ''Jacob's Ladder'', ''Lost Boys'', ''Shaun of the Dead'', ''Terminator Salvation'', and many others. Actors featured include Bruce Campbell, Eileen Daly,  Robert Englund, Cory Haim and Cory Feldman. Directors featured have included Tim Burton, David Cronenberg, and David Lynch.
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'''Necronomicon''' has been described by it's author as ''" A love letter to the horror genre"'' and is known for it's personal diary style, starting off with issue one Neil wrote of the horror films he was raised on and through the following issues has commented on every horror film he has watched in the ten years it has been published. It started off in a tight format of features about films, directors and actors (such as ''Evil Dead, An American Werewolf In London, Sam Raimi, Peter Jackson, Bruce Campbell'') with reviews of dusty VHS rentals from his local video store. It developed into a much looser and personal style over ten issues but kept the nostalgic and nerdy sense of humour.
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It publishes on average two to three times a year and is sold through Yorkshire comic retailers, fanzine fayres, film festivals and all issues are available through Etsy year round.
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== Issues ==
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Issue 1
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Published May 2001
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Issue 2
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Published November 2001
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Issue 3
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Published 2002
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Issue 4
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Published July 2002
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Issue 5
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Published November 2002
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Issue 6
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Published May 2003
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Issue 7
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Published 2004
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Issue 8
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Published August 2004
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Issue 9
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Published February 2006
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Issue 10
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Published October 2007
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Issue 11
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Published August 2008
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Issue 12
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Published July 2009
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Issue 13
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Published November 2009
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Issue 14
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Published March 2010
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Issue 15
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Published July 2010
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Issue 16
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Published October 2010
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Issue 17
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Published February 2011
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Issue 18
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Published June 2011
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==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://www.etsy.com/shop/NecroNeil?ref=seller_info '''Necronomicon''' at Etsy]  
*[http://www.etsy.com/shop/NecroNeil?ref=seller_info '''Necronomicon''' at Etsy]  
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*[http://necronomiconfanzine.blogspot.com/ '''Necronomicon''' Blogspot]
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Revision as of 20:02, 23 June 2011

Necronomicon is a horror film fanzine by Necro Neil published in Yorkshire, in the UK.

The first issue was released in May 2001. It is a black and white, A5, cut and paste, stapled publication. As of 2011, 18 issues have been published.

Necronomicon has been described by it's author as " A love letter to the horror genre" and is known for it's personal diary style, starting off with issue one Neil wrote of the horror films he was raised on and through the following issues has commented on every horror film he has watched in the ten years it has been published. It started off in a tight format of features about films, directors and actors (such as Evil Dead, An American Werewolf In London, Sam Raimi, Peter Jackson, Bruce Campbell) with reviews of dusty VHS rentals from his local video store. It developed into a much looser and personal style over ten issues but kept the nostalgic and nerdy sense of humour.

It publishes on average two to three times a year and is sold through Yorkshire comic retailers, fanzine fayres, film festivals and all issues are available through Etsy year round.


Issues

Issue 1 Published May 2001

Issue 2 Published November 2001

Issue 3 Published 2002

Issue 4 Published July 2002

Issue 5 Published November 2002

Issue 6 Published May 2003

Issue 7 Published 2004

Issue 8 Published August 2004

Issue 9 Published February 2006

Issue 10 Published October 2007

Issue 11 Published August 2008

Issue 12 Published July 2009

Issue 13 Published November 2009

Issue 14 Published March 2010

Issue 15 Published July 2010

Issue 16 Published October 2010

Issue 17 Published February 2011

Issue 18 Published June 2011



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