Monsters’ Almanac Day-by-Day Guide

(12 customer reviews)


All the important events in horror movie history.

Product Description

A comprehensive guide to the who, what and when of horror movies

The Monsters’ Almanac is a fully illustrated, beautifully designed and printed year-round guide to all the important dates and happenings in the horror film calendar.

Inside you’ll find:

  • A double-page guide to each month of the year, featuring film release dates, cast and crew birth and death dates, important book publication dates, facts and trivia
  • A wealth of stills and posters bringing the horror calendar to life
  • A detailed look at the eternal question: what makes a monster a classic monster?
  • A tribute to the stalwarts of British and American horror films – the unsung heroes of horror
  • A feature-length article on the mainstream horror movie A-listers
  • Facts and figures to awaken your own horror memories

Check out what (and who) you share your birthday with! This one-stop horror movie history guide is a must for all fans of classic horror movies. Whatever type of horror movie you’re into, you’ll find The Monsters’ Almanac has plenty for you.

Magazine specification:

  • 36 pages
  • A4
  • Full colour throughout
  • Luxury matt cover with gloss varnish

Image of Alan Gibson, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing from Dracula AD 1972 (Hammer 1972) used courtesy of Marcus Brooks, The Peter Cushing Appreciation Society.

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12 reviews for Monsters’ Almanac Day-by-Day Guide

  1. Jeanie Willis-McCollom

    The Monsters’ Almanac is freaking awesome!!! I absolutely love it!!

  2. John Robinson

    The Monsters’ Almanac is awesome! It renews the belief that the classic monster films beat out any horror/monster movie that was made past 1960!

  3. Timothy Arron Miller

    Super, super cool. Love The Monsters’ Almanac.

  4. Ricardo Gallaga

    Just got my Monsters’ Almanac. Thanks, you’re the real deal!

  5. Robert Goldberg

    The Monsters’ Almanac is very cool, thank you. My fave Universal film is top center on the cover – even nicer!

  6. Kenya King

    I just opened my copy of The Monsters’ Almanac and it’s awesome.

  7. George Sabol

    This is an awesome book and a great read for any horror fan.

  8. James Parry

    Thanks for this great book I’ll enjoy reading it.

  9. Manuel Adrian Paredes

    All the monsters in the palm of your hand – The Monsters’ Almanac!

  10. Michael Luongo

    Great book! Very informative about all the classic movies and actors. Highly recommended!

  11. David Corvino, South Carolina, US

    As a charter subscriber, I must tell you how happy I am with all of your publications. I buy every issue, every book you release. My collection is growing!

    I just received issue 5 and it is fantastic. I ordered three new DVDs based on the articles in it. The format, paper, clarity, writing, photographs and content are the best anywhere. Classic Monsters has no equal!

    Thanks for keeping the high quality you began with. It is the most important thing there is.

  12. 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.

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