Saturday, October 23, 2010
LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS NO. 25 NOW SHIPPING!
Good news for all lovers of QUALITY monster 'zines. Dick Klemensen's LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #25 is now available for ordering! Head over to the sidebar at the right of this here blog called MONSTER MAGAZINE WORLD and do yourself a favor by ordering up a copy or two of this terrific magazine. Here's a taste of what to expect in this issue:
“Confessions of a Lifer” (Hammer Style) – Andy MacDougall presented Hammer films in prison to a class that included several murderers.
“Fiona Subotsky – Remembering Milton Subotsky” The wife of Milton Subotsky on her husband and Amicus films. Interview conducted by John Hamilton.
“The Godfather of British Exploitation” – Tony Tenser Remembered by John Hamilton. The man behind Tigon films, who financed THE BLOOD ON SATAN’S CLAW.
“Are You Afeard?” – The Making of THE BLOOD ON SATAN’S CLAW by Bruce G. Hallenbeck
Interviews with Malcolm Heyworth (Producer)
Piers Haggard (Director)
Robert Wynne-Simmons (Screenwriter)
Actors: Robin Davies, Simon Williams and Tamara Ustinov.
“Give Me My Skin!” – BLOOD ON SATAN’S CLAW and the Devil Films of the 1970s by David Del Valle.
“Terence Fisher: The Hammer Years” – part two of reviews of all of Terence Fisher’s fantasy films.¨
Letters to LSoH – Fanzine and Book Reviews – Hammer News – Hundreds of Rare Photos – 100 pages on glossy paper!
Original Artwork by: Neil Vokes, Frank Dietz, Bruce Timm, Mike Schneider, Ande Marsh, Adrian Salmon, Shana Bilbrey, Murad Gumen, Dan Gallagher, Jr and Shane Ivan Oakley.
100 pages. Front Cover by Adrian Salmon; Inside Covers by Shana Bilbrey and Kayla Free; Back Cover by Mark Maddox.
And, if you happened to miss last issue's Hammer Mummy series issue, I strongly suggest you order a copy of that one at the same time. You cannot be considered a serious Monsterologist without regularly reading LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS!
Just in case you might have overlooked some earlier postings, MONSTER MAGAZINE WORLD conducted an interview with the proprietor who runs the LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS. Click here for that. And, be on the lookout for reviews right here for last issue's Hammer Mummy series and this issue's special on BLOOD ON SATAN'S CLAW.
With next month's scheduled release of MONSTERS FROM THE VAULT, the future of classic horror coverage looks fine, indeed.