The Fall Horror Issue Of BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. Magazine Is Now On Sale

It's wall-to-wall horror in here and you're gonna love it.

Sure, the summer ain’t over yet, but the Birth.Movies.Death. team is already looking forward to its favorite time of year: the Fall. The Fall means less heat. The Fall means costume parties. But most of all, the Fall means horror movies, and Lord knows we love those more than just about anything.

As such, we’ve devoted an entire issue of Birth.Movies.Death. magazine to all the horror-related shenanigans we can’t wait to experience this year. Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark. The Lighthouse. It: Chapter Two. We’ve covered all the bases with a number of new essays, interviews and exclusive artwork from your favorite BMD contributors, and we’ve wrapped it all in a gorgeous cover from Chris Bilheimer.

Here's a taste of what you'll find inside:

  • It: Chapter Two: The Boys (And Girl) Are Back In Town
  • Nyctophobia: Finally, a Game That Lets You Blind and Murder Your Friends
  • Pennywise and Stephen King’s World Of Cosmic Monsters
  • What to Expect When You’re Expecting Doctor Sleep
  • Where Did All The Happy Clowns Go?
  • Literal Gutbusters: A Brief History of Cinema’s Funniest Zombies

But that's not all: we're doing something very special with the Mondo spread in this issue, offering up an in-depth, step-by-step breakdown of Daniel Danger's stunning It: Chapter One poster (check it out below, and be aware that you can pick up your own copy of this print if you happen to be at SDCC next week). Finding out how Danger put this poster together blew our minds - it's way, way more complicated than you might expect - and I can't wait for y'all to see how it was accomplished. 

All in all, this is a stacked issue, one we think will pair very well with a number of the exciting horror titles set to be released over the next few months. Head over to Mondo's website right now to order yours, and don't dilly-dally: as always, once these are sold out, they're gone forever! 

Stay tuned for further updates on BMD Magazine's Fall Horror Issue as they roll in.