New Little Shoppe of Horrors!

Occasionally the infamous and best magazine devoted to Hammer here in the States will go outside the famous studio to focus on another title or two. They did it previously on the Frank Langella version of Dracula (1979) or Frankenstein: The True Story (1973), and with each of those issues put in as much love and research as any of their Hammer features. So, while I love their work they do on Hammer, I also love when they venture outside there because I know they are going to do it so well!

The new issue, #48, has one of my favorite movies on the cover, The Trollenberg Terror (1958), or as it was known here in the states, The Crawling Eye! Featuring another one of kind cover by artist Mark Maddox, I think it will enjoy looking at you as much as you will looking through its pages!

This is what else if featured in this issue:

  • ‘George Feltenstein talks Warner Bros Archive and The Curse of Frankenstein’ – Interview by Constantine Nasr
  • ‘Down Among the ‘B’ People – Robert S. Baker, Monty Berman and Tempean Films’ – Article/interview by John Hamilton
    Making of features – The Trollenberg Terror (The Crawling Eye) – by Clive Dawson
    Blood of the Vampire & The Flesh and the Fiends – by Bruce G. Hallenbeck
  • ‘David Wickes – Jack the Ripper and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde‘ – Interview by Matthew Edwards
  • Fire Maiden Me to the Stars – and that darned 13th Moon of Jupiter: The Making of Fire Maidens of/from Outer Space – by Richard Klemensen
  • Greta Gynt – Interview by Niels Solberg
  • Christopher Wicking Hammer Diaries – part 5 Compiled by Mitchel Wicking

You can order your copy now by heading over to the website by clicking HERE!

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