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Less than a week to go for Bournemouth’s biggest horror event, CINEMA SURGERY @ The Winchester club! Meet Caroline Munro, Damien Thomas and Emily Booth, Fwah Storm (Reload Comics) Richard Gladman (Space Monsters Magazine) and David J Smith (The Titanics Mummy). Purchase some cool Skull sculptures, t-shirts, soundtrack vinyl, books, signed pictures, VHS, DVD, DVDR and of course, cult movie goodness from ARROW VIDEO.
PLUS…. A screening of SLAUGHTER HIGH uncut on the big screen! And…. Caroline Munro’s latest film, THE LANDLADY! What more could you possibly want?
ORDER YOUR COPY OF “SPACE MONSTERS” ISSUE 3 HERE!
As a special treat for Space Monsters readers issue 3 has not one but TWO covers – both painted by multi-talented artist Woody Welch and designed by Gary McMullan – and the great thing is, unlike some other monster magazines you don’t have to buy two copies to enjoy our variant cover! Just flip the magazine over and you’ll find our Bride of Frankenstein Space Babe – on the back cover – two covers for the price of one!
issue 3 is a real treat for classic horror and classic sci-fi fans alike with an extensive look at Hammer Films’ science-fiction and monster movies as well as the first part of A History of Frankenstein on Film! We’re also joined by U.S. Scream Queen Debbie Rochon who tells us about her favourite sci-fi films and have articles on French animated feature Fantastic Planet (1973), Empire of the Ants (1977), One Million Years B.C. (1966), Quatermass Xperiment (1955), Utraman (1966), the British 70′s monster magazine World of Horror and much, much more!
Space Monsters is published quarterly (in January, April, July and October) by Cyberschizoid Publishing and is aimed at fans of classic sci-fi, horror and fantasy in films and television. A fun read for all ages, Space Monsters is 80 pages of retro reviews, interviews, rare stills, exclusive artwork, in-depth features and more. Published in an easy-to-carry A5 format, Space Monsters is the perfect companion for those long bus, train and car journeys and is also available in full-color digital format from the Dead Good Newsstand.
Since its launch, Space Monsters has attended and supported many horror and sci-fi events including FILM4 FrightFest, the Bram Stoker International Film Festival, the British Horror Film Festival, Hammer Horror Day and Emporiumacabre. We have also received much support and critical acclaim throughout the film and horror industries from Caroline Munro, Emily Booth, Billy Chainsaw, Starburst magazine, Weng’s Chop magazine, Jake West, Eileen Daly,Debbie Rochon, Francoise Pascal, Love Horror, The Movie Waffler, The Horror Channel and many more.
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