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    Claudia Jennings retrospect. Fetish photography of Ward Boult. Bodacious B Movie babes, Stephanie Beaton and Roxanne Michaels. Making the low budget Hellblock 13. Director Rino [Deported Women of the SS] Silvestro and more. Now with more color pages than ever!

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    Linda Blair, Tim Ritter’s “Truth Or Dare 3” and the latest news on not one, but two new films from Jess Franco!
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    The special Vampire Issue! Vampire memories with Mathilda May, Ingrid Pitt and Yutte Stensgaard. A new Draculina model, actress Sasha Graham, B video beauty Tina Krause and queen of porn, Annie Sprinkle.
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    The ultimate fanzine devoted to all things Grindhouse and Drive-In… with a little wrestling and assorted bull shit tossed in for good measure.  A sneak peek at adult director and performer Carter Stevens biography, Gary Kent dishes out the dirt on THE SAVAGE 7, a look at Bruiser Brody, biker films, growing up at the drive-in, and more.  110 pages.

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    MFTV #26 includes: BORIS KARLOFF AT WARNER BROS. 1935-1939 by Greg Mank. For years, film history has basically smiled on the five star vehicles Karloff made for the brothers Warner. The Walking Dead is one of Karloff's most moving horror triumphs, and West of Shanghai, The Invisible Menace, Devil's Island, and British Intelligence---whatever their B picture eccentricities---all provide top billing showcases for the star's versatility. Yet coverage has never fully focused on what happened behind the scenes of Karloff's "Warners’ Five," until now! ONE BROWNING, TWO HELENS, AND A HOST OF FAKES: Narrative and Cinematic Trickery in The Thirteenth Chair (1929) by Gary D. Rhodes. Long-time MFTV contributor Gary Rhodes looks at the production of Tod Browning’s The Thirteenth Chair, a film that marks Tod Browning's shift away from his collaborations with Lon Chaney, Sr., and the beginning of his work with actor Bela Lugosi. VAMPIRES, ZOMBIES, AND SORCERERS: The Best of Hammer Horror in the 1960s by Mark Clark and Bryan Senn. Mark and Bryan give us a sneak peek at their upcoming book, Sixties Shockers: Horror Films of the 1960s. This excerpt from the book looks at their choices of Hammer Studios' top three films (The Brides of Dracula, The Plague of the Zombies, and The Devil's Bride) from the decade. UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL’S THE STRANGE DOOR (1951): Part One by Tom Weaver and Steve Kronenberg. Tom and Steve share with Monsters from the Vault, The Strange Door chapter from their upcoming book, Universal Terrors: The 1950s (the long-awaited sequel to Universal Horrors). Part One looks at the inspiration, synopsis, and cast of the 1951 Universal-International film. FILMS FROM THE VAULT: DVD Reviews by Mark Clark. DVDs reviewed are Fox Horror Classics Volume 2 (featuring Chandu the Magician, Dragonwyck, and Dr. Renault's Secret) and Icons of Horror: Hammer Films (featuring Scream of Fear, The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb, and The Gorgon). BOOKS FROM THE VAULT: Book Reviews by Mark Clark and Bryan Senn. Books reviewed are I Talked with a Zombie: Interviews with 23 Veterans of Horror and Sci-Fi Films and Television by Tom Weaver and Creature Features: Nature Turned Nasty in the Movies by William Schoell. All this, plus editorial comments, letters, and tons of photos. Published Spring 2009.
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    ZOMBIES AND CRUSTACEANS AND GILA MONSTERS, OH MY!: An Interview with Don Sullivan by Bryan Senn. Bryan Senn interviews Don Sullivan, the star of Teenage Zombies, The Monster of Piedras Blancas, and The Giant Gila Monster. Don discusses his short film career, brief stint as a singer/songwriter, and illustrious career as a cosmetics chemist. BLOODSTOCK: Four Days of Stress, Chaos, and Wonderment by David J. Schow. MFTV welcomes author/screenwriter David J. Schow onboard this issue. David provides behind-the-scene details and hilarious stories about the greatest horror, sci-fi, and fantasy film convention (What a guest list!) you probably never heard of: The Science Fiction, Horror and Fantasy World Exposition held in Tucson, Arizona, in June 1977. PHOTO SPOTLIGHT #1: The Mole People: From the Photofest Archives. The first installment of our newest feature contains some rare photos from Universal’s 1956 film, The Mole People. These photos were unearthed by Buddy Weiss in the Photofest archives. HORROR IN A CHRISTIAN CENTURY by Gary D. Rhodes. Author Gary D. Rhodes looks at Christian Century magazine, which ran some of the earliest reviews of horror films made in the 1930s and 40s. UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL’S THE STRANGE DOOR (1951): Part Two by Tom Weaver and Steve Kronenberg. Tom and Steve share with Monsters from the Vault, The Strange Door chapter from their upcoming book, Universal Terrors: The 1950s (the long-awaited sequel to Universal Horrors). Part Two looks at details of the production, analysis of the film, and marginalia of the film. FILMS FROM THE VAULT: DVD Reviews by Mark Clark and David Colton. DVDs reviewed are The Wolf Man: Universal Legacy Series Special Edition, Universal Cult Horror Collection, Karloff & Lugosi Horror Classics, and Orlok the Vampire. BOOKS FROM THE VAULT: Book Reviews by David Colton, Bryan Senn, and Mark F. Berry. Books reviewed are Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff, The Television Horrors of Dan Curtis, and Prehistoric Humans in Film and Television. All this, plus editorial comments, letters, and tons of photos. Published Spring 2010.
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    The Bride of Frankenstein turns 75, and MFTV is celebrating with an Anniversary Appreciation article from several writers. Take a look at an excerpt from Michael Hoey’s new book, Sherlock Holmes and the Fabulous Faces. Take a look at the 1931 John Barrymore film, The Mad Ghoul, released the same year as Dracula and Frankenstein. Plus, DVD and book reviews, and lots more!
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    Take a detailed look at Tod Browning’s 1931 Dracula with Bela Lugosi. What if classic monster movie casting was different from what we know and love? Ed Nelson lets readers know what it was like to work for Roger Corman and talks about the 1958 film The Brain Eaters. Plus, DVD and Book reviews, and more! Monsters From the Vault is quite possibly the best magazine on classic monster movies on the racks today. Find out why by grabbing any issue.
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    Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman turns 70 and MFTV takes you back to the original films production. In the summer of 1954, they filmed Revenge of the Creature at Florida’s Marineland and MFTV talks to several locals who lived to see the film being made. Jack Pierce’s Wolf Man character is many a classic monster fans favorite. Go back and take a look at the variations on the make-up over the four films where Lon Chaney starred as the classic creature. Plus, plenty of DVD and book reviews like usual.

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    Celebrating the 70th anniversary of The House of Frankenstein, a conversation with the guy who wrote the intro’s for the Thriller television series, film and book reviews, and more! 

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    The first ever Special Edition is a tribute to the four Mummy sequels released by Universal Studios in the 1940s! The cover is a joint effort between Kerry Gammill and Joe "Sorko" Schovitz. The MFTV Special Edition is divided into six sections: The Mummy's Hand (1940), The Mummy's Tomb (1942), The Mummy's Ghost (1944), The Mummy's Curse (1944), The High Priests of Karnak/Arkam, and The Women of Kharis' Eye. The issue is written by Greg Mank and will feature tons of rare beautifully restored photos, many from the original negatives---some never-before-published! The issue is 64-pages, perfect bound.
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    Summer/Fall 1995. Classic monster movie monster maker, Paul Blaisdell. Monster making made easy. A look at George Pal. A look at 3-D movies, horror greats on the old Route 66 TV show, Vincent Price defends the horror film, when monster movies invaded TV and more! Special “extra pages” edition.
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    Japanese filmmaker, Shinya (Tetsuo) Tsukamoto. Charles Burns’ comic book, Black Hole. Photographer Ward Boult specializes in sin and sadism. Plus plenty of film, music, and book reviews, regular features, and little surprises. You can never go wrong with the latest issue of Rue Morgue!
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    The stop-motion cinema of Robert Morgan, the Brothers Quay, Jan Svankmajer and others. Sex and violence from Japan: the 70’s Pinky Violence films, the ghosts of Japanese filmmaker Kiyoshi Kurosawa and 5 foot rocker Danzig. Add in the usual news, reviews, and more!
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    A look at independent horror films for 2006, including the Australian film, WOLF CREEK. The history of werewolves, Deodato’s CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST DVD release, THE FLESH EATERS, hearse collecting and lots more! Plus all the usual horror news, book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    A Roger Corman retrospect, interview, and look at what’s available on DVD. Take a look at the recent popularity of children’s horror literature; check out the 2006 Horror Convention Schedule to see what kick-ass con is headed your way this year and RM offers up 2005: A Year in Review to see just how close to one really kick-ass horror year we had. Plus all the usual horror news, along with the book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    2006 looks to be (Grown out loud) the year of remakes. Fortunately, The Hills Have Eyes remakes didn’t totally suck (like that Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake for example) and director Alexandre Aja, Wes Craven and Greg Nicotero are on hand to talk about the new Hills. Plus, upcoming remake news (oh, joy...), classic horror video games, and the strange tales of Japanese writer Edogawa Rampo. Plus all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    News on the long-awaited director’s cut of FROM BEYOND with Stuart Gordon and the cast. High Def horror channel, Monsters HD. Basil Gogos, home movies, and all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    The Omen: a 30th anniversary retrospect (including news on the ...>GROWN<... sequel I’m sure nobody needs. (HINT: Never ever go to see wretched sequels every horror fan can live without and they will stop making them!) Horror manga, new Anchor Bay releases including the long awaited Cemetery Man (Dellamorte Dellamore), complete with interviews. Artist Paul Booth, FanTasa Festival DVD collection and all the usual horror news, and book, DVD and movie reviews you’ve come to expect from Rue Morgue.
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    Neil Marshall’s DECENT, the history of horror hip hop... (There is such a thing?), interview with Adrienne Barbeau, a look at Fantasia 2006 and more. Plus, news, reviews, and all the regular features you’ve come to expect.
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    Gojira, the original Japanese version of Godzilla finally arrives uncut in America on DVD. Indian horror movies, interview with surrealist film maker Jan Svankmajer, horror art from Joe Capobianco and much more!
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    It’s a half hearted look at TV Horror Hosts featuring the Canadian kid’s show classic, The Hilarious House of Frightenstein... Which doesn’t really have anything to do with TV horror hosts if you ask most people who have seen the show since star Billy Van didn’t show movies. Regardless, the Billy Van interview was fun to read. It’s Rue Morgue vs movie maker Uwe Boll, gay horror fiction (which I must say, although I’m not homophobic, I really don’t ever want to read), a look at the films of the last Toronto International Film Festival, and other stuff like movie news, film reviews, and assorted regular features.
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    Inside the weird world of Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth, complete with interviews. Remembering Bob Clark’s horror classic Black Christmas, the bleak visions of Camille Rose Garcia, paranormal investigations with Will Storr and more, including first news on George Romero’s Dairy of the Dead. Add in the usual news, reviews, and usual RM features, and y
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    Take a look at Korean horror THE HOST and other K-Horror to come. Go back in time with the silent era of horror films. Plus, the art of Funerary Violin, plot out your year with the 2007 convention schedule, and 2006 in review. Add in the usual news, reviews, and usual RM features, and you’re set to go with issue 64!
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    Alejandro Jodorowsky finally gets a trio of his films released in America. Nacho Cerda’s first feature film. Toe Tag Pictures Fred Vogel and his infamous “snuff” trilogy. Plus, news, reviews, music, and more!
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    Take a look at 50’s style zombie comedy, FIDO, plus interviews and more. Steve Niles and Bernie Wrightson bring you their new comic book project, City of Others. BLACK SHEEP, more splatter fun from New Zealand. Eli Roth’s HOSTEL 2. Plus, news, tons of reviews, music, comics and more!
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    Debbie Dutch struts her stuff. Becky LeBeau: centerfold spread. Sex and special F/X , the girls of Corman’s Burial of the Rats and more!

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    Early shots of tasty Monique Gabrielle (including a centerfold), Amazon honey Julie Strain! First look at Naked Horror and Don Farmer talks about Red Lips.

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    Michelle Bauer in her final SQI photo shoot, Becky Sunshine and her big puffy lips. Plus plenty of naked chicks and Debbie D does her best mermaid.

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    Rhonda Sheer will keep you up all night! Plenty of naked and half naked vampire bimbos, fantasy girl Julia Hayes and Alyssa Milano in Embrace of the Vampire.
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    Lorissa McComas returns. It’s an invasion of the girls from WAVE! Classic babe June Wilkinson adds a touch of class to the rag, Debbie Rochon shows her stuff and Brinke Stevens makes another SQI appearance. (18+ - Adults only on all SQI issues)
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    Christine Cavalier pictorial and centerfold. Monique Gabrielle on Julie Strain, Artist Jennifer Jenesko shows her stuff and photographer Mike Manikowski presents you with half a dozen fetish photos. All this and more
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    Jaws: the Documentary, the World of Vampires, Johnny Legend’s Mania Madness and Spider Baby: 40 Years Later with director Jack Hill are all covered in the latest issue of Screem. You also get an interview with John Waters regular Mink Stole, a look at some of the films of Crown International, and plenty of DVD and movie reviews.
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    Spine Tingler, the new documentary on William Castle, plus a look at some of his films. Simon King of Witches, Barn of the Naked Dead and Centerfold Girls: The 70’s exploitation trilogy of Andrew Prine. RIP Carlos Aured. Masters of the Grind documentary interview. Director Kim Ki-Duk, Ray Dennis Steckler, news, reviews, and so much more!
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    Celebrating 50 years of the gill man. Remembering the original “Creature From the Black Lagoon”, Ben Chapman. Interview with the three time gill man, Ricou Browing. Plus, Mexican fantasy films, interviews with Brother Theodore, Ted V. Mikels, tons of movie and DVD reviews, and much, much more! This issue has two different covers while they last choose cover A or B.
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    Several of Screem’s writers reminisce about the “Films That Scarred Us For Life” in this special edition. You also get articles and/or reviews on Ace Records two latest releases, Rod Serling’s Night Gallery, vocalist/singer Edda Dell’Orso, remembering the movie 5IVE, a guide to the first season of Tales From the Crypt, and the usual batch of movie and DVD reviews.
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    The Phantom of the Paradise: 35 Years Later! More on the weird world of Mexican cinema; Anton Lavey’s stamp on the films he was a part of, interviews with director Greydon Clark, Herschell Gordon Lewis, and William Grefe. Plus all of the usual news, views, and reviews you’ve come to expect from Screem!
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    Reanimating the dead with Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated, interviews with Mary Waronov and Michael York, 70s horror host Doctor Shock, in depth look at Logan’s Run, “Women Rule” movies from Mexico, Carla Laemmle remembers her days in showbiz, the cast and crew of Kingdom of the Spiders, and plenty of movie and DVD reviews!
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    It’s the big Vampire Issue, with a brief history of Salem’s Lot, including a Stephen King interview. Universal’s Dracula turns 80... and is even more boring than ever before! Take a look at hopping vampires with Mr. Vampire, Hammer vampire films, George Romero’s Martin, John Landis on his underrated Innocent Blood, and the vampire obsession of French director, Jean Rollin. All this and much, much more!
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    Screem takes a look at Dark Shadows, old and new. Ted Bohas talks about his 1983 cult film The Deadly Spawn, check out a retrospect of killer doll movies, Andy Milligan lost film Nightbirds is covered along with the story of Rock and Roll comics, the film careers of Francoise (you may not know her name, but you’ll know some of the movies she was in) Pascal and Ray Milland are covered, and they take a look at the horror classic, Black Zoo. Plus, an interview with Prometheus screenwriter Jon Spaihts and the usual mountain of movie and DVD reviews are all within the pages of Screem 24.
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    Interviews with Victor Argo, Jessie Vint and Kinji Fukasaku pad out this issues regular stash of movie reviews-a-plenty. Whatcha waiting for? Buy an issue and get reading!
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    Interviews with James “Drugstore Cowboy” Remar, scriptwriter Lorenzo Semple, Jr., Don Gordon and Jared Martin. Plus, plenty of the expected movie and video reviews and more!
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    Interviews with actors Michael Moriarty, Joseph Turkel and Keith David; screenwriter W.D. Richter, and producer/director Lee Frost. Plus, all the usual reviews you’ve come to expect!
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    Interviews with actors Malcolm McDowell and Kurtwood Smith, cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond,and writer -director Oscar Williams. Plus, more honest film, DVD, video and movie reviews than you will find in one place, ever!
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    Interviews with actors M. Emmet Walsh, Bradford Dillman, Nick Mancuso, and cinematographer Michael Chapman. Plus, over 90 honest film, DVD, video and movie reviews. You can’t go wrong with Shock Cinema.
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    Interviews with actor/filmmaker Tom Noonan, actors Edmund Purdom and Lance Henriksen, and director Irvin Kershner. Plus reviews, reviews, and more reviews.
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    Interviews with actors William Sanderson, William Atherton, Joe Cortese, writer-actor Eric Bogosian and Drive-In director supreme Eddie Romero. All that and the usual way too many great movie reviews, and you got it going with Shock Cinema #26. Dig in!
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    Interviews with actor Clint Howard, Tetsuo and Tokyo Fist director Shinya Tsukamoto, stuntman and actor Sig Shore, producer Richard Rubinstein (no “hissing” please) and film composer Donald Rubinstein (who’s nowhere near the dick his brother is.) Add in all of the great reviews of drive-in swell and cinema trashola that you’ve come to expect from Shock Cinema.
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    Interviews with actors Powers Booth and Andrew Prine, directors John Flynn, Greydon Clark, and director and screenwriter Matthew Robbins and Hal Barwood. Plus the usual batch of great cult, arthouse, drive-in and underground films found nowhere else!
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    Interviews with actors William Forsythe, Gregg Henry, and Per Oscarsson. Plus directors Matt Cimber and Anthony Lanza. Plus the usual batch of great cult, arthouse, drive-in and underground films found nowhere else. Over 75 in this issue alone!
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