Little Shoppe of Horrors 43

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Filmed in 1967 by British Tigon Productions, The Blood Beast Terror was called by Peter Cushing the worst film he ever appeared in. But how can you not like a Death's Head Vampire moth — played by the gorgeous Wanda Ventham (of Captain Kronos-Vampire Hunter and UFO fame). It is silly, colorful and eminently enjoyable.
Plus, we go in-depth on the follow up film to last issue's Village of the Damned. This time, the very intelligent — and topical — Children of the Damned.
--- A History of Horror Film Fanzines — The Monster Times
From 1972 to 1976 - a very hip, colorful (and well written) tabloid newspaper that initially came out every two weeks. The men who created and designed it — Larry Brill and Les Waldstein - cut their design teeth on the early sex tabloid - screw!
--- 'Beware the Eyes That Paralyze!' — They Come to Conquer the World!
The Making of Children of the Damned by Anthony McKay.
--- 'They'll Never Believe This At the Yard.' — 'They'll Never Believe It Anywhere!'
The Making of The Blood Beast Terror by John Hamilton.
--- Director Vernon Sewell — 'Regret Nothing'
Interview conducted by John Hamilton. The director of the Blood Beast Terror, Curse of the Crimson Altar/The Crimson Cult and 1972's Burke & Hare.
--- Regular features are back — Letters to LSoH - Ralph's One-and-Only Travelling Reviews Company - Hammer News
--- Lots of original artwork and Rare Photos!

100 Pages
The Best Hammer Coverage Since 1972


Technical Details

Size: 275mm x 205mm

Binding: Magazine

Extent: 100 pages

Publication Date: October 2019

Market: Horror

Weight: 405g

Cover Price: $10.95

Product CodeLSOH-43
ManufacturerRichard Klemensen
Stock Level8

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