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Classic Monsters Magazine Issue #7

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Issue 7 includes:

  • Mark of the Vampire – Tod Browning’s remake of lost 1927 movie London After Midnight allowed Bela Lugosi to once more don a vampire cape – but all is not as it seems. We explore this moody, twist-laden thriller.
  • Sinister Sidekicks – behind many a famous villain is a willing cohort doing all the dirty work. We present a rundown of some of classic horror’s most memorable movie minions.
  • J Carrol Naish – his timeless acting and flair for the sinister make this actor’s performances stand up well today; we revisit his excellent horror roles in our in-depth biography.
  • Hammer Vampires – there’s nothing like an English gothic atmosphere to bring out the fanged fiend in us all, and the world of Hammer Horror was awash with the bloodsucking undead…
  • Feisty Femmes – we meet the damsels in distress and fearless action heroines who define classic horror storytelling.
  • The Alligator People – oozing atmosphere, and featuring a splendidly creepy performance by Lon Chaney Jr, this gem of sci-fi horror makes a big splash.
  • The Walking Dead – this issue’s Forgotten Frights feature goes beyond the grave and back again with this 1936 Karloff thriller.
  • And so much more too!

Issue #7 of Classic Monsters of the Movies is packed with articles, stills and artwork that will awaken nostalgia in any fan of classic horror movies. From the high-quality journalism from our team of writers, to the elegant design, we remain true to the classic horror magazines of your youth, but with high-end modern production values in luxurious full colour.

The haunting cover painting of Bela Lugosi as Count Mora is the creation of horror art legend Daniel Horne – but there’s something in Classic Monsters of the Movies for any monster fan.

Don’t forget, you can save money with a discount on each issue when you purchase an advance subscription to Classic Monsters of the Movies. Click here for details!

Magazine specification:

  • 68 pages
  • Full colour throughout
  • Packed with stills, posters, articles and info
  • Printed and finished to the highest standard

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2 reviews for Classic Monsters Magazine Issue #7

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    This is another winner – it’s tempting to devour it all in one go. A big thank you for the articles on ‘Mark of the Vampire’ and ‘Carry on Screaming’ – two films as different as it is possible to get in the horror genre. I read with fascination about the original plans for ‘Vampire’ – if only we could have see them on screen!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Since the first issue of Classic Monsters of the Movies, with its wonderful opening article “Why We Love Classic Monsters: The Enduring Power of Our Dark Antiheroes,” I have enjoyed READING this magazine . And the same is certainly true with this issue. Great articles. But, of course, we monster magazine devotees also want great pictures! This issue, for me personally as a fan of vampire movies, is extra special in that regard. You open the magazine up and immediately there’s a full page image of Peter Cushing in Twins of Evil. Love it! Turn the page and there’s a wonderful full page photo of Luna in Mark of the Vampire. Beautiful image. And there are other great photos from Mark of the Vampire as well. Next I was delighted to find not one, but two great images of Gloria Holden in Dracula’s Daughter; one in the article “Sinister Sidekicks,” and another in the article “Feisty Femmes.” And finally there’s the article “Very British Vampires.” Gotta love this! Photo highlights for me are: a full page photo of David Peel in The Brides of Dracula, various photos of Chris Lee as Dracula, a large colour photo from Twins of Evil with Madeleine Collinson, and a large colour photo of Cushing in The Vampire Lovers holding the severed head of Ingrid Pitt. I find myself paging through this great issue again and again, just enjoying the pictures!

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