We celebrate the centenary of a genuine horror classic in this issue, as Nosferatu waits eagerly by his coffin for a telegram from the Queen. And that’s only one of the terrifying treats awaiting those who dare to venture between the petrifying pages of the world’s best-selling horror magazine. We also look at the making of Sam Raimi’s The Evil Dead (1981), a one-time video nasty that is now regarded as one of the greatest horror films ever made. Zombies are also on the prowl in a great interview with Jim Krut, the engaging actor who met a gruesome end walking into helicopter blades in Dawn of the Dead (1978). You’ll also find a tribute to Hammer’s gorgeous Veronica Carlson and we pop into Boris Karloff’s mad lab to behold some eerie sights. Oh and if that’s all too much, you can pause for a werewolf break with The Beast Must Die! It’s howlingly good.