This stretch is rather sad as the magazine limped along, trying like hell to do right by the readers with multiple 100 page issues but there is a big difference between quantity and quality.
2006 was more of the same with some good (Slither, The Descent being released stateside); some bad (too much to list) and some over hyped but still fun (Snakes on a Plane). I was enjoying it though, as the quality of coverage was enough to keep me coming back and the retrospectives as always were solid.
Things got better in terms of coverage (though the genre was overstuffed once again) as coverage of the Tarantino/Rodriguez collaboration Grindhouse was spread over two issues and attempts were made to branch out into other fields of media. They would fail quite badly.
By 2008, the market had been saturated by bad horror movies and it showed as the magazine was beset by another bout of feeling tired and worn out. Not really a hell of a lot to say about this year's run except that it was done well enough for me to keep reading.
2009 saw quite a few changes for the magazine and nearly caused me to give up on it.
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