At last the wait is over…“Space Monsters” issue 5 is now available to order! Just take a look at the awesome articles, reviews, interviews and more in our Classic Doctor Who Special! Just click on the Paypal link below to buy your copy or buy it from Amazon.co.uk!
INSIDE THIS ISSUE:
Hiding Behind the Sofa: The Horror of Who – Pete Shorney looks at some of Doctor Who’s scariest stories.
Top Ten Evil Brain Movies – Nazi brains, transplanted brains and brains from outer space!
Web of Fear: The Return of a Classic – Eric McNaughton reviews the long-lost Patrick Troughton tale of alien invasion and robot Yetis.
The Caroline Munro Diaries – Britain’s first lady of fantasy recalls her involvement with the two doctors, Doctor Who and Dr Pepper!
Genesis of the Daleks – Jonathon Dabell remembers the Doctor Who story that introduced the world to Davros, creator of the Daleks!
Messages From Moonbase Alpha – Our new regular column looking at the world of Space:1999 fandom.
Doctor Who: The Importance of 1974 – Sarah Morgan explains why 1974 was such an important year for the BBC’s long-running science-fiction series.
A Fistful of Monsters – Did you know that Clint Eastwood’s career began in b-movie monster flicks? Feature by Dean Sills.
Dr Who The Annual Years – Rick Gladman has a brief chat with writer Paul Magrs about his new book on the popular Doctor Who Christmas Annuals.
Interview With a Vervoid – Actress Barbara Ward talks to Rick Gladman about Doctor Who, sci-fi and scary movies.
Wanted! More Readers Like… Horror actress Dani Thompson and brand new comic book hero Titan Defender Pushka are the latest celebrity “Space Monsters” fans to send us their pics!
Kirk Douglas’ Triptych of Terror – Holocaust 2000, The Fury and Saturn 3; Jonathon Dabell looks at the unholy B-movie trinity of Hollywood star Kirk Douglas.
Jesse James Meets Frankenstein’s Daughter – Retro review by Dawn Dabell.
Mutant Mailbag – Our very first reader’s letters column!
An American View of Who – Tim Wickens gives a personal account of how he became a Doctor Who fan in 70’s America when television sets still had dials.
Ultraman Episode Guide Part Three – Anthony Gates’ retrospective on the classic sixties Japanese superhero show continues…
Matango: Fungus of Terror – Retro review by Rick Gladman.
Night Gallery TV Movie – Retro review by Rick Gladman.
Space Babe of the Month – Leela from Doctor Who.
Billy Chainsaw’s Movie Massacre – Amicus Pictures’ sixties Doctor Who flicks get the Chainsaw treatment in words and pictures this issue.
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Saturday July 19th the London Film Convention is having a special Naughty 70′s Day with a whole host of iconic movie and TV stars and the usual massive array of memorabilia stalls. Included among the guests are Sue Longhurst from Hammer’s Lust For a Vampire, Francoise Pascal (Mind Your Language, Burke & Hare, The Iron Rose) and Paul Stockman (Konga, Doctor Blood’s Coffin, The Skull, Vampire Academy and Jack the Giant Slayer)!
Also signing autographs and chatting to fans are Aimi Macdonald (Keep it up Downstairs, Rentaghost, Old Dracula, The Avengers) and Rosalind Knight (Carry On Nurse, Carry On Teacher, Eskimo Nell, The Wildcat’s of St Trinian’s, Afraid of the Dark). A brilliant day out for film fans of all ages, the London Film Convention goes from strength to strength and is well worth a visit!
Open 10am – 4pm at Central Hall, Westminster, London SW1H 9NH admission is only £5 for adults, £4 for pensioners and students – fantastic value! Check out their website HERE.