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  • HorrorHound Magazine #47

    HorrorHound Magazine #47

    Monsters run amok in HorrorHound as we take a look back at the history of the Godzilla film franchise, it's many spinoffs and rip-offs, as well as the latest US-based film starring Bryan Cranston. We take a look at the most famous monster movies from around the globe; from Asia and Europe to Australia and America, which are the greatest (and not so greatest) accomplishments in the monster movement? In conjunction with this, we also host a retrospective on the Critters film series.
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  • HorrorHound Magazine #49

    HorrorHound Magazine #49

    This special "Comic Book" issue features a massive collector's guide to horror comics, including spotlights on The Walking Dead, horror movie tie-ins, Hammer's Halls of Horror, and a history of horror-loving comic book labels - from Gold Key, Dell and EC to Image, IDW and DC/Vertigo! Plus, a special retrospective on Marvel's Blade: Vampire Hunter. This is the Comic Book issue for which horror fans have been waiting! HorrorHound #49 also features articles and news from the San Diego Comic-Con, The Walking Dead Season 5, Dracula Untold, American Horror Story, and regular columns such as "Horror's Hallowed Grounds," "Video Invasion", "Kitley's Krypt" and the "HorrorHound Hall of Fame"!
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  • HorrorHound Magazine #58

    HorrorHound Magazine #58

    Crawling back out of your television set, Samara returns in an all-new Ring feature film. This issue of HorrorHound takes a look back at the history of the Ring franchise, from its Japanese roots as a book, to television series, to film series, a successful US remake, to a genre-defining cinema icon that spawned countless copycats and rip-offs. While Ring may be one of Japan's crowning horror achievements, this issue of HorrorHound also takes a stroll across the globe to determine impactful horrors worldwide, with articles on French, Italian, Australian, Chinese, and Indian genre cinema.
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  • HorrorHound Magazine #66

    HorrorHound Magazine #66

    Stephen King's The Dark Tower finally makes its way to the big screen, as HorrorHound features an extensive look into the history of the fan-favorite book series, the comic books, and what's in store for the feature film presentation. This issue also takes a look back at Wes Craven's iconic cult classic The Hills Have Eyes, which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. A special guide to cannibal-fueled cinema is included, as well as the latest movie news, comic book and toy news, plus all of our regular features.

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #68

    HorrorHound Magazine #68

    This issue celebrates the release of Jigsaw - the eighth installment in the Saw franchise - with a special retrospective feature on the film saga, including an in-depth look at the series' merchandise, including toys, comic books, games, and the character's status as an icon in horror cinema. Continued San Diego Comic-Con coverage is included within this issue, including the latest movie news (such as Insidious: Chapter 4), toy news (The Walking Dead), and comic book news, plus all of our regular features.

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #70

    HorrorHound Magazine #70

    It's been 25 years since Warwick Davis' The Leprechaun jumped onto theaters and into the hearts of HorrorHounds worldwide. This issue takes a look at the making of this cult 1990's classic, its oddball merchandising, and its five sequels (and reboot film). Leprechaun was one of those zany hits of the 1990s, during the VHS Boom, which led to an interesting offspring of DTV sequels. We take a special "Video Invasion" look back at the history of DTV franchises, including titles like Amityville, Witchcraft, Children of the Corn, and Hellraiser.

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #71

    HorrorHound Magazine #71

    This vampire-laden issue of HorrorHound is dedicated to Hammer Horror and their 60th anniversary of vampire cinema. With the landmark Christopher Lee film, Horror of Dracula, the studio set a new standard for vampire films and went on to create remarkable red-blood-drenched horrors. This issue focuses on the Christopher Lee original, the history of the Lee and Peter Cushing-starring sequels, a spotlight on Van Helsing in the Hammer films, and the Karnstein Trilogy. A special VHS Invasion on The Hammer Collection is planned, as well as movie news for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdon, The Purge: The Island, and Slenderman.

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #72

    HorrorHound Magazine #72

    This issue of HorrorHound features a Survival Guide to Animal-Attack Cinema! Write-ups on the various aspects of this subgenera include Sharks, Bears, Dogs, and Gators – climaxing with an in-depth retrospective on the Alfred Hitchcock horror masterpiece, The Birds! Fantasm spotlights the recent Living Dead Weekend and the Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco Friday the 13th event. A Horror's Hallowed Grounds on A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 4, plus news! Included in Movie and TV News is the new Stephen King television series, Castle Rock (with cast interviews), an exclusive interview with Eli Roth for House with a Clock in It's Walls, a director interview for The Meg, Leigh Whannel on Upgrade, Alexandre Aja on Campfire Creepers, RKSS on Summer of 84, and AMC's Preacher.  

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #73

    HorrorHound Magazine #73

    This special Halloween-themed issue of HorrorHound Magazine celebrates the 25th anniversary of the beloved Disney classic, Hocus Pocus, as well as delving into Disney's history of Halloween and horror hijinx including write ups on The Nightmare Before ChristmasThe Headless HorsemanHaunted Mansion, and so many more. A spotlight on family Halloween films is paired with a focal piece on genre cinema that takes place on the night of Samhain. Also planned for this issue are features focusing on the new Halloween film, Goosebumps, and Blumhouse Productions - plus all the latest movie, comic, and toy news coming out of the San Diego Comic-Con!

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #74

    HorrorHound Magazine #74

    HorrorHound celebrates the 20th anniversary of McFarlane Toys' Movie Maniacs action figure line with a detailed history of the toy company and their evolution from Spawn to Stranger Things, and how their horror-themed toy line forever changed the collectible industry. This issue includes a complete guide to Movie Maniacs action figures, as well as interviews with the men behind the toys. This toy-centric issue also looks into the backgrounds of such classic toy companies as MEGO and Remco to the more modern-day giants like NECA and Funko. Also planned for this issue is news features on The Walking Dead's ninth season, the upcoming Suspiria remake, and the new Hellboy feature film!  

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #75

    HorrorHound Magazine #75

    We celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Edgar Wright horror classic, Shaun of the Dead, with a special retrospective on the history of the film, the merchandise, and the impact the feature head on cinema as a whole. Also planned for this issue: features on the new Hellboy movie, M. Night Shyamalan's Glass, and the all-new season of Stranger Things. This issue also takes a look at the most anticipated horror films of 1979. 

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #79

    HorrorHound Magazine #79

    Halloween is upon us as HorrorHound celebrates the holidays with a slew of family-friendly spotlights of annual Trick or Treating Tradition! This includes a retrospective article celebrating the 50th anniversary of Disneyland's Haunted Mansion. We take an exhaustive look at the history of the park attraction, it's sister-park counterparts, the endless supply of merchandise and memorabilia, plus its connection with The Nightmare Before Christmas! Additionally, this issue includes San Diego Comic-Con coverage, and movie news and interviews for IT: Chapter 2, Zombieland 2, and The Addams Family... plus our regular features, such as the latest toy news and horror comic book news, VHS Invasion, and Horror's Hallowed Grounds. 

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #80

    HorrorHound Magazine #80

    It's the 35th anniversary of The Terminator and what a perfect time for director James Cameron and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to return to the franchise with their latest film, Terminator: Dark Fate. This issue takes a look back at the time-traveling killer robots, as well as their history of fractured timeline continuity throughout film, television, comic books, and video games. A look at the history of merchandising will litter the pages in what's sure to be a can't miss magazine for metal-heads. This issue also follows up San Diego Comic-Con reveals and news with such films as Doctor Sleep and Black Christmas.

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  • HorrorHound Magazine #82
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    HorrorHound Magazine #82

    Say his name five times ... we dare you! Candyman returns to theaters with a special reboot from writer and producer Jordan Peele (Us, Get Out). We take a look at this upcoming horror title, while also looking back at the original film franchise made famous by Tony Todd, in a special retrospective feature. This issue will also feature a look back at the history of black horror cinema. We also takes a look into the upcoming sequel to A Quiet Place and the new Scooby-Doo feature film, plus our regular features, such as toy and comic book news. 

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  • The Creeps Magazine #22

    The Creeps Magazine #22

    The Creeps revives the iconic Warren illustrated horror magazines of the 1970's by replicating Warren's early page layouts and publishing new, classic styled work by original Warren artists, writers and editors. Each issue is a highly collectible instant classic!

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  • Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #6

    Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #6

    Fangoria is a quarterly magazine covering the horror film genre since 1979. Fangoria relaunched in October 2018 as a quarterly collectible with in-depth interview with filmmakers, as well as retrospectives and columns by those in the horror film business.

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #185

    Rue Morgue Magazine #185

    Now in its 21st year of publication, Rue Morgue turns with its highly anticipated Christmas Issue featuring the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game, and toy releases!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #192

    Rue Morgue Magazine #192

    Rue Morgue kicks off the new year with the big screen adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft's Color Out of Space starring Nicolas Cage and directed by Richard Stanley. Also features the 2020 Horror Convention & Film Festival Guide, 2019 The Year in Review, along with the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game and toy releases!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #187

    Rue Morgue Magazine #187

    RUE MORGUE‘s long-awaited March/April 2019 issue #187 has finally arrived! In it, BIRD BOX author JOSH MALERMAN sets his sights on a chilling fairy tale of a generation divided by decree and united in blood with his latest novel INSPECTION. Plus! Malerman shares words on the horror genre; and a look at the ever-growing bibliography from the brain behind Bird Box.

    Also features: cast and crew talk about PET SEMATARY, HORROR NOIRE and the history of black horror; INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS in 4K; LEPRECHAUN RETURNS; THE MOLE PEOPLE; THE HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY comic by Stephen Romano; the pop culture profiles of SAM JACKSON and lots more!

    All this and the latest film, book, comic book, music, game and toy releases!

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  • Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #7
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    Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #7

    Fangoria is a quarterly magazine covering the horror film genre since 1979. Fangoria relaunched as a quarterly collectible with in-depth interview with filmmakers, as well as retrospectives and columns by those in the horror film business. 

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  • Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #4
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    Fangoria Magazine Vol 2 #4

    Fangoria is a quarterly magazine covering the horror film genre since 1979. Fangoria relaunched in October 2018 as a quarterly collectible with in-depth interview with filmmakers, as well as retrospectives and columns by those in the horror film business.

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  • Scary Monsters Magazine #112

    Scary Monsters Magazine #112

    We venture into the depths of rivers, seas, and oceans to confront the amazing sea creatures and monsters that battered ships and crawled onto the creekbeds and shorelines to shock movie theater audiences in the 1950s and '60s! We compare Creature from the Black Lagoon to Guillermo del Toro's The Shape of Water; we examine creatures that stalk in the films The Creature that Walks Among Us, The Horror of Party Beach, and The Humanoids; we pay tribute to Dick Miller, profile H.P. Lovecraft and Boris Karloff; and we feature interviews with filmmaker/writer Don Glut and late 20th Century Fox head Richard Zanuck. And, much more!

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  • Horrorhound Magazine #65

    Horrorhound Magazine #65

    The Mummy is one of cinema's most enduring horror classics. And in 2017 the Universal Monster celebrates its 85th anniversary. This issue features an extensive guide to the Mummy film saga, including the original films of the silver screen era, the Brenden Fraser-led action films of the 1990s, and the upcoming big budget feature starring Tom Cruise. We also look at the history of Mummy in comics, toys, trading cards, games, and television. Plus, features on the latest film and television projects, comic book news, toy news, and regular features.

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  • Horrorhound Magazine #64

    Horrorhound Magazine #64

    King Kong returns in a massive way, as HorrorHound interviews the cast and crew behind the epic new movie from Legendary Films, Kong: Skull Island! We take a look back at the history of Kong, in cinema, television, and comic books, plus details about the new film as well as the impending big-screen crossover with Godzilla. As a bonus, this issue includes a special HorrorHound retrospective feature on Tobe Hooper's The Hills Have Eyes, celebrating its 40th anniversary. PLUS: The latest comic book news, toy news, and regular features.
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #075

    Rue Morgue Magazine #075

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #135

    Rue Morgue Magazine #135

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #152

    Rue Morgue Magazine #152

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #153

    Rue Morgue Magazine #153

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #156

    Rue Morgue Magazine #156

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #158

    Rue Morgue Magazine #158

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #159

    Rue Morgue Magazine #159

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #162

    Rue Morgue Magazine #162

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #164

    Rue Morgue Magazine #164

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #171

    Rue Morgue Magazine #171

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #172

    Rue Morgue Magazine #172

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #173

    Rue Morgue Magazine #173

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #174

    Rue Morgue Magazine #174

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #177

    Rue Morgue Magazine #177

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge!
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  • Little Shoppe of Horrors Magazine #41

    Little Shoppe of Horrors Magazine #41

    When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth was Hammer Film's follow up to the super successful One Million Years B.C. Stop motion animator, Jim Danforth, would get an Academy Award nomination for his work on Dinosaurs. In depth "making of" feature; interview with star Victoria Vetri. The story behind the unmade Zeppelin Vs. Pterodactyls. Interview with the gorgeous vampire woman, Pauline Peart, from The Satanic Rites of Dracula.

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  • Screem Magazine #31

    Screem Magazine #31

    Screem arrives at light speed with our newsstand cover story on Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We look at the upcoming blockbuster, and speak with cast and crew members regarding one of the most anticipated events in a millennium! Frank Dietz discusses his new documentary on one of fandom's most beloved monsters - the mighty King Kong in "Long Live The King: The Legacy of Kong." Guillermo del Toro talks with Screem about his latest Universal Pictures film Crimson Peak. All this and more in the upcoming edition of Screem magazine! Also available with a PREVIEWS Exclusive King Kong cover, limited to 500 copies!
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  • Scary Monster Magazine #108

    Scary Monster Magazine #108

    "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission. If we wish to make it louder, we will bring up the volume. If we wish to make it softer, we will tune it to a whisper." These immortal words of the "Control Voice" began the unsettling opening narration of each episode of one of the most celebrated television series of all time: The Outer Limits. This issue highlights the sometimes terrifying and always curious monsters and creatures that took over viewers' TV sets from 1963 to 1965 and beyond!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #181

    Rue Morgue Magazine #181

    Rue Morgue Magazine is North America's original publication for horror in print and entertainment! Get exclusive interviews with horror favorites and check out the regular columns as well, all which will fill you with a frightful amount of horror knowledge! 

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #186

    Rue Morgue Magazine #186

    Now in its 21st year of publication, Rue Morgue features the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game, and toy releases!

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  • Retro Fan Magazine #2

    Retro Fan Magazine #2

    RetroFan is sure to satiate the trick-or-treat cravings of your inner child! Martin Pasko peeks into the tombs of TV horror-hosts Zacherley, Vampira, Seymour, Marvin, and our cover-featured Elvira! Andy Mangels welcomes us to Saturday morning's Horrible Hall, home of the Groovie Goolies! Ernest Farino tunes in to the creepy, kooky Bewitched, The Addams Family, and The Munsters! The Oddball World of Scott Shaw! takes us on a Jurassic lark through the long-buried Dinosaur Land amusement park! Plus: collecting superhero View-Masters; Sindy, the British Barbie; and more fun, fab features!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #188

    Rue Morgue Magazine #188

    Now in its 21st year of publication, Rue Morgue is the leading horror in culture and entertainment brand. Each issue features the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game and toy releases!

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #191

    Rue Morgue Magazine #191

    Special 22nd Anniversary Collectible Halloween Double Issue, featuring the Devil Comes to Horror, Forgotten Slasher Movies of the 1980s, Tom Savini's Big Book, along with the latest in the world of horror; from feature interviews, classic retrospectives, trivia and more! Plus, the latest film, book, comic book, music, game and toy releases! 


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  • Monster Bash Magazine #31

    Monster Bash Magazine #31

    The classic monster magazine for the Monster Boom Generation of Monster Kids! In this fear-packed autumn all-gloss magazine: Blood of Dracula rises from the crypt with amazing background information from historian Tom Weaver. Larry Talbot's (The Wolf Man) journal is found, a legacy by Frank Dello Stritto, a reflection on vintage vinyl monsters with Thom Shubilla's Monsters on Wax, Boris Karloff's dual role monsterpiece The Black Room (1935), Monster Kid Flashbacks from fans, Famous Falling Movie Stars and much more. The glorious eye-popping cover of a the ghoulish vamp is by Renaissance monster artist Daniel Horne.

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  • Monster Bash Magazine #33

    Monster Bash Magazine #33

    Glossy monsters crawling out of every page! The Monster Kid magazine produced by the #1 Monster Movie Convention awarded six times by he Rondo Awards. In this issue: The Many Faces of Mr. Hyde, The Last Live Theater Spook Show, The Mothman Lives, The Atomic Monsters of the 1950s, Dracula and Frankenstein revived in 1938, Fan Flashbacks, Famous Falling Stars and your letters! Contributions from Tom Weaver, Frank Dello Stritto, Ron Adams, John Babcock, Leonard Hayhurst, Ted Bohus, Timothy Frick and a gory, glorious cover painting by Daniel Horne.

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  • Scary Monsters Magazine #109

    Scary Monsters Magazine #109

    He has more than 400 credits as a producer and more than 50 as a director. He's widely known as "The King of the Bs." In this issue we pay tribute to living legend Roger Corman, whose films from Day the World Ended and Attack of the Crab Monsters to Pit and the Pendulum and X: The Man With the X-Ray Eyes have thrilled Monster Kids for generations. His influence on the motion picture industry and the movie-going public is everlasting. We'll also celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein and film adaptations that live on.

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  • G-Fan Magazine #117

    G-Fan Magazine #117

    G-Fan is the world's only magazine catering to fans of Godzilla, King Kong, Gamera, Mothra, and their kaiju brethren. Movie reviews and previews, interviews, new products and collectibles, retrospectives, convention news, art, fiction... it's all between the covers of G-Fan. Order today! 

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  • G-Fan Magazine #118

    G-Fan Magazine #118

    The world's only magazine devoted to Godzilla and other kaiju celebrates 25 years with a special anniversary issue. Latest news on the Godzilla: Monster Planet anime feature, Legendary's Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and new products, plus retrospectives, interviews, art, and fiction.

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  • Rue Morgue Magazine #092

    Rue Morgue Magazine #092

    Rue Morgue Magazine returns with coverage of The Strain: Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan reinvent the vampire novel; Travis Louie's Peculiar Portraits; Nollywood Nightmares; Writers workshop of horror; Mothra returns; Haunted Chicago; Dick Smith tribute and lots more!
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  • The Walking Dead Magazine #04
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    The Walking Dead Magazine #04

    The Grimes family take center stage with exclusive interviews with Andrew Lincoln (Rick) and his onscreen son, Chandler Riggs; and we scrutinize the sorry saga of Rick's wife, Lori. Also in this issue, creator Robert Kirkman will answer readers' questions; we check in on the TV series' award-winning sound department; we reveal the results of our season three readers poll; one of our on-set reporters tries to take a bite out of The Governor (David Morrissey); and we go behind the scenes of The Walking Dead Escape adventure.
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  • The Walking Dead Magazine #05
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    The Walking Dead Magazine #05

    It's time to break out the party poppers and make a cake as The Walking Dead comic celebrates its 10th anniversary. TWDM will have an exclusive interview with both creator Robert Kirkman and artist Charlie Adlard, and a special feature looking back at a decade of the dead. Elsewhere, we have interviews with lovebirds Steven Yeun (Glenn) and Lauren Cohan (Maggie) from the TV show, and a closer look at romance in an undead world. We also have the latest news, reviews and tips for fans of all things The Walking Dead.
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  • The Walking Dead Magazine #07
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    The Walking Dead Magazine #07

    The dawn of a new year is the best time for celebration and remembrance, and with this in mind TWDM looks back to the past to welcome in 2014. We find out what life is like after Lori with an exclusive interview with Sarah Wayne Callies, and join Danai Gurira (Michonne), executive producer Greg Nicotero, production designer Grace Walker and others on the set of season four for a special report. We also take an inside look at costume design and hair and make-up across the TV series, and discuss the psychology of survival in a post-apocalyptic world with the team from Broadcast Thought. With our regular interview with Robert Kirkman and a round-up of everything else that's been happening in the world of The Walking Dead, issue #7 is packed to the rafters with exciting new and exclusive content! Available in Newsstand and PREVIEWS Exclusive editions.
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  • The Walking Dead Magazine #06
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    The Walking Dead Magazine #06

    In this issue: Be Afraid - The Walking Dead is back! Celebrating the return of AMC's top-rated TV show to our screens this October, we go behind-the-scenes of the fourth season, interviewing cast and crew and taking a special peek at the opening salvo of episodes with our exclusive set visit. We also put the Atlanta survivors to the test to see whether brains or brawn are the deciding factors in living through a Zombie Apocalypse. And there are all the usual goodies to enjoy too, including our regular chat with comic book creator Robert Kirkman, the latest news and forthcoming licensed product previews... including all the new merchandise on display at San Diego Comic-Con!
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  • Monster Bash Magazine Special #3

    Monster Bash Magazine Special #3

    A tribute to the world's best known TV Horror Host, Zacherley! Plus, the Gruesome Gallery, Classic new DVD and Blu-Ray Reviews, Famous Falling Stars. The classic monster magazine for a Monster Boomer Generation. Contributions by Tom Weaver, Rich Scrivani, George Chastain, Kevin Clement and more!
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  • Scream Magazine Best of Annual Vol #2

    Scream Magazine Best of Annual Vol #2

    Blood, guts, gore and more! In this all-new full-color annual from Scream Magazine you are treated to some of the very best interviews, articles, retrospectives and features from the earlier and now sold-out print issues of the magazine, all collected in this superb 184 page full-color perfect bound book. A must for all gorehounds out there!  

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  • Famous Monsters of Filmland Chronicles II

    Famous Monsters of Filmland Chronicles II

    FantaCo Publication's incredible 21st-Century 242-page collection of every Famous Monsters of Filmland cover during the Warren years, numbers 1 to 191, teeming with insightful and sometimes unknown backstories. Reborn by the original publisher, Tom Skulan, intensely researched and edited by Kaz Sanchez. This book is a collectors piece which includes a handwritten interview with James Warren; fantastic illustrations by "The Gurch" and Stephen R. Bissette; detailed indexes of horror films and "the people," and abundantly more the cover was a commissioned painting by Basil Gogos that had never been published before. This became Basil's final cover painting. 

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  • They Live 8" Clothed Action Figures 2 Pack

    They Live 8" Clothed Action Figures 2 Pack

    Consume! Obey! A truly underrated movie of the '80s, They Live had a fun sci-fi premise hiding a deeper social commentary about the manipulation of the masses via advertising.

    Horror master John Carpenter directed the film about a ruling class of aliens hiding in plain sight and controlling the people via subliminal signals in media and commercials. For the first time ever in action figure form, see the aliens as they really are without the aid of technical sunglasses in this clothed action figure set, featuring a male and female alien.  

    Both figures come with the wristwatches that transport them to the alien command center, as well as television, magazine, newspaper and necklace accessories. Window box packaging. 

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