The new issue of SFX magazine is a horror special - on sale now!

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Behold the new issue!

Celebrate the imminent arrival of Halloween - the movie and the night our Earthbound reality bleeds into spookville - with this very special horror-drenched issue of SFX magazine. With Michael Myers looming on the cover it's all killer, no filler...

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The creator of House of Cards heads to Mars in The First, DC's Titans leap into live action on the TV, Jamie "Son of Gerry" Anderson launches Firestorm and Nigel Kneale's The Road comes to the airwaves. It's the news, moving at the speed of stuff.

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40 years on the Halloween franchise gives its blood-spattered blade a good polish. Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Blum and John Carpenter tell us how they brought the boogeyman back to Haddonfield. You really don't want to move there.

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The Haunting of Hill House

Our horror blow-out continues as we get the inside story on the new Netflix adaptation of Shirley Jackson's classic horror tale. Showrunner Mike Flanagan locks the doors and windows and tells us we're trapped with the unspeakable. Real neighbourly, Mike.

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Chilling Adventures of Sabrina

Banish all thoughts of Melissa Joan Hart and animatronic cats - teenage witch Sabrina is back on our screens and this time the magic is pitch-black. Creator Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa tells us how he hexed up the Riverdale sorceress for a new generation.

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Jodie Whittaker

The new Doctor shares her heroes and inspirations, from ET to East of Eden, Peter O'Toole to Pulp. If only you could actually hear her startlingly accurate impression of a six year-old Drew Barrymore saying "We're going to the spaceship!"

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Marvel's Man Without Fear is back - and we head to the mean streets of New York (well, a perfectly pleasant bit of Brooklyn, if we're honest) to get the lowdown on the latest complications in Matt Murdock's life. Just look at the state of that shirt, mate.

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Halloween and The Predator at the cinema, Maniac and Hereditary on the small screen, Richard Morgan's Thin Air in books and Catwoman in comics. The SFX reviews section kindly requests you put your hands in the air and your wallets on the floor.

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