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Cinefantastique magazine was a reviewer of horror, fantasy and science fiction films. From 1970 through 2000, the print version of Cinefantastique which was otherwise known as the “magazine with a sense of wonder,” was published and edited by founder Frederick S. Clarke, who offered readers the most insightful reviews, the best in-depth interviews, and the most detailed retropsectives. After Clarke’s death, editorial supervision fell to Dan Persons; later, the magazine was sold to Mark Altman, who changed the name to CFQ and published it until 2006.

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