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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 #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 #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

    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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  • 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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  • 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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