Tuesday, May 22, 2018

LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS SHOPS ITS NEW ISSUE


The excellent LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS (#40) is due out next month. For any lover of Hammer Horror, Richard Klemensen's 'zine is not to be missed. This issue focuses on the Quatermass series. Pre-order your copy HERE.

The three BBC serials devoted to Prof. Bernard Quatermass were huge hits on British television in the 1950s. Hammer made wonderful versions of the first two - The Quatermass Xperiment (1954) and Quatermass 2 (1956). But it would be 1967 before Hammer produced the most intelligent feature film version of the three - Quatermass and the Pit. Are we now the Martians? Find out the complete history behind this landmark science-fiction classic.
  • We Are the Martians Now... The Making of – Quatermass and the Pit by Bruce G. Hallenbeck.
  • Rudolph Cartier - The Man Behind the BBC Quatermass. – Interview by Chris Knight.
  • 'Quatermass Speaks!' John Carpenter on Hammer, Horror and the Importance of Bernard Quatermass. – Interview by Constantine Nasr.
  • Hammer: Genesis - This Is How It All Began. – The story of the Carreras and Hinds families, the early years of Hammer and Exclusive Films - and what lead up to the Hammer we would all know and love. Special Feature by Denis Meikle.
  • Marie Devereux – (The Stranglers of Bombay, The Brides of Dracula & The Pirates of Blood River) – a visual tribute to this Hammer Films' Icon.
  • "The Price of Candy" – The Making of Never Take Sweets From A Stranger. Thoughtful and powerful look at child molestation and murder – with perhaps the worst monster in any Hammer film. Only film Hammer Producer Anthony Hinds was ever proud of. By Constantine Nasr.
All Our regular features are back – Letters to LSoH – Ralph's One-and-Only Travelling Review Company —Hammer News— Lots of original artwork and rare photos!

Covers
  • Front fold out cover by Mark Maddox
  • Back Cover by Shane Ivan Oakley
  • Inside front fold out cover by David Brooks
  • Inside Front Cover by Paul Watts
  • Inside Back Cover by Stewart McKissick




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