CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES MAGAZINE ISSUE #4 – THE GREATEST MONSTER MAGAZINE SINCE YOU WERE A KID!
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Issue 4 of Classic Monsters of the Movies includes:
Dracula AD 1972 – it’s one of the most despised movies in the whole Hammer catalogue, but we think there’s more to this groovy romp than meets the eye. Our in-depth article explores the making of one of cinema’s unappreciated classics.
Monkey monsters – horror movies seem to have a particular fascination with ape-based horror. We look at some of the most popular monkey horror films, as well as some of this subgenre’s more niche offerings.
Lon Chaney – the Man of a Thousand Faces brought us some of horror cinema’s most powerful images. Our biography examines the on-screen and off-screen suffering that helped Chaney to create his unforgettable monster designs.
Defining Dracula – we all think we know what Dracula looks like, but with so many different depictions of the vampire count, which is the truest to Bram Stoker’s original vision? Let’s head back to the castle and find out…
Young Frankenstein – join us in celebrating Mel Brooks’ loving homage to the Universal classics. Our retrospective covers on the production and legacy of this much-loved movie, now a horror legend in its own right.
And so much more!
Classic Monsters of the Movies magazine is a fantastic publication for every horror movie fan in the land. Packed with in-depth features and analyses on classic monster movies, characters and stars, CMotM is brought to you by a team of world-class journalists, and features cover artwork by acclaimed illustrators Ron Whittaker and Daniel Horne.
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