Classic Monsters Magazine Issue #10

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Classic Monsters of the Movies issue 10 is packed with more of your favourite classic horror movies and stars, presented in the timeless style that you won’t find anywhere else. Full colour throughout, it’s filled with informative and insightful articles – the perfect antidote to all your nostalgic cravings for the monsters of yesteryear.

This issue features beautiful new cover art from Daniel Horne – the perfect introduction to our feature-length article on 1943’s The Mad Ghoul. We think this horror gem doesn’t get the recognition it deserves, especially considering its cast includes the like of horror favourites George Zucco and Evelyn Ankers, and in this issue you’ll find out what makes it so special.

Naturally, that’s just the beginning, with a range of other articles bringing you a fresh take on the world of classic horror. 1968’s thrilling Witchfinder General goes through its trials… rarely has Vincent Price been this scary. Hammer fans have a treat in store too, with an exploration of slick 1971 classic Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde.

Other articles include a look at the messy romantic entanglements of our various monsters and their associates – who knew it would be so difficult for a monster to find happiness? There’s also a biography of Rondo Hatton, and so much more besides, making this an issue you won’t want to miss.

Issue 10 includes:

  • The Mad Ghoul – enjoy a new angle on the undead with our in-depth exploration of Universal’s 1943 cult classic. David Bruce is an altogether different kind of zombie in this tense, skin-crawling movie that boasts plenty of great twists.
  • Love Kills – being a monster isn’t easy, especially when you’re looking for love… From the Frankenstein Monster’s failed attempts to find a soul mate, to the lusty vampires of Hammer Horror, the horror genre is packed with broken hearts. We look at the love lives of our favourite heartsick beasties.
  • Witchfinder General – aggressive, raw and brutal, this depiction of life in the English Civil War pulls no punches at all. Vincent Price is on perfectly malicious form as Matthew Hopkins, but there are plenty of other reasons to rewatch this powerful piece of cinema too.
  • Rondo Hatton – stricken with the medical condition acromegaly, Rondo Hatton became a tragic figure in horror cinema as well as an icon of the genre. We look at some of his most powerful performances and examine his place in horror lore.
  • Dr Jekyll and Sister Hyde – with Ralph Bates, Martine Beswick, Dr Jekyll and Jack the Ripper all together in one movie, it’s no wonder this is a classic of the Hammer Horror era.
  • The Undying Monster – let’s go hunt a werewolf! Fox’s sleeper hit is an action-packed romp with bags of atmosphere, a feisty heroine and some genuinely spine-tingling moments. We immerse ourselves once more in the Hammond mystery…
  • And so much more besides!

Issue 10 of Classic Monsters of the Movies is bursting at the seams with the kind of horror movie nostalgia you used to love as a monster kid of the 60s or 70s. With stunning articles and features from the leading lights in the world of horror magazine publishing, it allows our love of yesteryear’s horror film treasures to shine bright. You’ll soon discover why CMotM is fast becoming the world’s favourite monster movie magazine.

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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9 reviews for Classic Monsters Magazine Issue #10

  1. Alan Granville

    I’ve subscribe to this fantastic magazine since issue 1, I have been waiting for a horror mag like this for years and now I can look forward to my issue coming through my door, it has everything you could want great photos, stills and fantastic stories, keep up the good work and may it continue for years to come.

  2. Dana Jensen

    Classic magazine! On the same level with “Famous Monsters of Filmland” which itself was one of the classic magazines. I have never seen such great quality in a fan related magazine like “Classic Monsters”! Every page on glossy paper, with many in color! The Classic Monsters are very LUCKY to have such a great publication appreciating their greatness! LOL

  3. Stephen burnip

    Yet another classic magazine just superb. I dont think theres
    Anyone out there to rival such qaulity. Layout is professionaly done
    Hats off to you guys job well done

  4. Paul Yoxall, Merseyside, UK

    excellent item, highly recommended, outstanding!

  5. Val Denham, West Yorkshire, UK

    This mag keeps getting better and better. EXCELLENT !

  6. Richard Levick, Yorkshire, UK

    Thank you

    First of all for providing a much needed guide to the brilliant work that has gone into making such classic movies

    and secondly for helping me re-visit my youth as a former fan of Famous Monsters of Filmland and the Aurora model kits. Memories that were all but forgotten.

    I wish you every success in continuing this excellent publication

  7. Eckhard Schuetze, Heidelberg, Germany

    These books are AMAZING !

  8. Steven Beai, Colorado, US

    I’m absolutely thrilled to see CLASSIC MONSTERS going bi-monthly and I just can’t say enough about the quality of every single item produced, from the mags to the film books, sticker sets and beyond. Not to mention the care taken with shipping every product — and did I mention how grateful I am for the stellar customer service you provide — from the regular updates to the personal replies to inquiries.

    As a fan and collector of all things classic monsters for over 40 years, I am fortunate enough to have one of the largest collections of monster magazines dating back to the ultra-rare UK one-shot of SCREEN THRILLS, as well as complete runs of every Warren magazine (Famous Monsters, Eerie, Creepy, Vampirella, etc.), I can say with absolute authority there is nothing like CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES here in the States…nothing that comes remotely close.

  9. Paul Murden, Lincolnshire, UK

    You guys do a fantastic job, and my only regret is that you weren’t around when I first got into classic horror films all those years ago! Keep up the great work.

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