Five luxury magazine guides to Universal horror movies, packaged in a luxury presentation box to enhance your collection and take you into new realms of vintage terror.
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Our fourth Universal Ultimate Guide box set brings you five of our luxury Universal horror movie magazine guides, taking you to the heart of these beloved classics. Painstaking image restoration and beautifully crisp image reproduction brings every still to vibrant life, while a range of insightful articles reveal what went on behind the scenes as each film took shape. Biographies of cast and crew, meanwhile, shine a spotlight on the intriguing and often tragic tales of the people who made it all happen. Each magazine is produced to exacting standards, with the clean timeless design making this Universal horror movie magazine box set the perfect addition to your collection.
The Universal Monsters 5-Guide Box Set 4 contains the following magazine guides:
- Dracula’s Daughter 1936 – the familiar vampiric legend explores haunting new territory in a haunting, melancholy motion picture; our moody guide offers a wealth of fascinating detail.
- The Mummy’s Hand 1940 – bursting with bold and pin-sharp stills and lobby card artwork, our guide mirrors the thrilling excitement and chilling adventure of Universal’s second Mummy outing.
- House of Dracula 1945 – bringing a number of classic monster franchises to a close, this movie is more significant than many allow; we reveal the secrets of an eerie chapter in Universal’s history.
- Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein 1948 – a beloved combination of fun and frights is just what the freight handler ordered, so dive in and discover the many facts behind this comedy-horror classic.
- This Island Earth 1955 – we celebrate an icon of the sci-fi horror age in a luxurious guide packed with stills, artwork and information. Make sure your interocitor is up and running – there’s a battle ahead…
- Luxury presentation box at no extra cost to keep your issues pristine.
- Lower shipping than buying all the guides individually.
Our fourth Universal horror movie magazine box set takes you into a wealth of new and shadowy worlds, exploring some of the offbeat entries that have helped to shape the way we see classic horror movies. For more information, please check out the individual product pages.