The Curse of Frankenstein 1957 / Dracula – HoD 1958 Bundle

(4 customer reviews)



2 luxury magazine guides.

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Save on the cover price and shipping of our guides to two Hammer classics, The Curse of Frankenstein and Dracula / Horror of Dracula 1958 (your choice of cover), with our saver bundle comprising two guides.


The age of Hammer Horror redefined the world of classic monsters. With their movies The Curse of Frankenstein in 1957, and Dracula (Horror of Dracula in the US) in 1958, the British studio changed our perception of the Frankenstein Monster and Count Dracula. Now, we combine the terror with our money-saving Ultimate Guide bundle. Here’s what’s inside…

The Curse of Frankenstein 1957 – PLEASE NOTE: this is the reprinted edition.

Head back to 1957, when Hammer Studios created a whole new horror icon from the memories of what had gone before. Our full colour guide is crammed with beautiful stills, imagery and information on this turning point in horror cinema:

  • The unique circumstances which led to the movie’s production
  • Fascinating biographies, from stars Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee through to the crew who made the magic happen behind the scenes
  • An exploration of why the movie was so controversial – and so successful
  • Trivia and little-known facts
  • A wealth of stills, posters and press books
  • Stunning full colour design

Dracula / Horror of Dracula 1958 (your choice of cover – inner content is identical) – PLEASE NOTE: this is the reprinted edition.

The Horror of Dracula 1958 Ultimate Guide magazine guide is packed with information on this beloved movie:

  • What went on behind the scenes as Dracula took shape
  • Pages packed with high-quality stills, posters and imagery
  • Detailed biographies of the people who turned the movie from an idea to a reality
  • Hammer’s new approach to the story of Dracula
  • The many reasons for Dracula’s enduring popularity
  • Rich, full-colour design celebrating this cinema classic

Any Hammer fan will love this pair of guides which shine a fresh light on the beginnings of Hammer Horror. Head back into the world of gothic horror and your movie magazine collection will never be the same again!

  • 36 pages
  • A4
  • Full colour throughout
  • Luxury gloss laminated cover

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4 reviews for The Curse of Frankenstein 1957 / Dracula – HoD 1958 Bundle

  1. Chris Adams, Kentucky, US

    I am a subscriber to Classic Monsters magazine, and I have purchased all of your special guides to date. I absolutely LOVE your publications. The pictures, artwork, and information are all unparalleled. THANK YOU for providing us classic monsters fans with such wonderful resources. Your hard work is much appreciated by “monster kids” the world over.

  2. Jim Connor, Merseyside, UK

    Arrived safe and well, if you love these films you need these mags!

  3. Hugh Blair, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

    Your wonderful Classic Monsters collection is great and brings back many memories for me(I’m 64) I remember staying in the cinema all day watching the Hammer films when they showed them as a double and at one time a triple bill(Those were the days) There was one cinema that showed all the universal Frankenstein films all week then followed the next week with the Dracula films, Wolfman, and the Mummy films. Thanks to Blu Ray I can see almost all of these great films in their glory, And thanks to you all for bringing out this wonderful collection I now know everything about these films. I hope you will continue to add more films to your collection(I hope to get them all,if I can) My greatest actors are Sir Christopher Frank Carandini Lee, Boris Karloff(William Henry Pratt), Peter Wilton Cushing, Vincent Leonard Price, Jr., John Christopher Depp II(Johnny Depp), Donald Pleasence, and the great Bela Ferenc Dezso Blasko, better known as- Bela Lugosi.

  4. Debbie Carstairs, Falkirk, UK

    Great product, highly recommended, 5 stars.

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Which Dracula cover?

Dracula 1958, Horror of Dracula 1958