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Classic Monsters, Horror Biannual Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1994-2005
- Vampires, werewolves and other monsters.
- Published by Kevin Clement's Chiller Theatre video mail-order company.
- Sceduled as a quarterly publication. 60 black and white A4 pages.
- Website: www.chillertheatre.com

Last updated:
6 July 2019
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Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern

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CONTENTS: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 GALLERIES: 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 All

Issue 23
A look at the 1939 RKO version of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Emil Van Horn: Apeman, interview with porn queen Seka, actor Tom Adkins, actress Adrienne Barbeau, and TV regular Robert Davi. Plus a few book reviews and more.

Issue 22

Issue 21

Issue 20

Issue 19

Issue 18

Issue 17
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Issue 16

Issue 15

Issue 14

Issue 13
Interviews: Lori Nelson, Pamela Duncan, Kelly Hu and Dee Wallace Stone.
Niagara Falls: Monster Mecca
Blood Island Bonanza
The Lionel Atwill Story
Upcoming films and films that need remakes!

Issue 12
Spring 2000
The She Creature
Alex Gordon
Kathleen Hughes
John Carradine
Dr. Shock

Issue 11
One Million Years B.C.
The Unearthly.
Dan Roebuck.
Rob Zombie interview.
The Story of Turhan Bey.
A Lovecraft Shadow.
Horror World according to T.H. Pine.
John Kerr interview.
And more low-budget thrills.

Issue 10
The Hypnotic Eye.
Mad Monster Party.
A look at Michelle Yeoh.
Dracula Tour '98.
The Many Faces of Bela Lugosi.
Merry Anders interview.
William Smith interview.
Reviews of better low-budget horror and sci-fi films of the '50s and '60s.
Fright Frame.
And more behind the scenes gossip.

Issue 9
The Creature Chronicles: The "On Land" Creature From the Black Lagoon, Ben Chapman, speaks.
Making 4-D Man: a look back at the low-budget sci-fi classic.
Macumba Love: a candid conversation with June Wilkinson.
Horror of the Unseen: a rare look at photos from lost films, such as Lon Chaney's London After Midnight.
Model Contest Winners: from the April 1998 convention.
Plus: behind-the-scenes gossip and mayhem, Fright Frame, a horror fan's travel guide to New Orleans, and more.

Issue 8
Making 5 Million Years to Earth: a look back at the Hammer science-fiction classic.
Creating the Classics: a candid look at the creation of Creepy, Eerie and Monster Mania.
Blobfest '97: It creeps, it crawls . . . a look behind the scenes of the first ever Blob Convention.
The Claude Rains Story: the films of Claude Rains, including The Invisible Man, Phantom of the Opera and The Lost World.
Chiller October 1997 Model Kit Contest Winners: including photos.
Jersey's Freestanding Theatres: an interesting look at the decline of New Jersey's freestanding theaters 1966-79.
The Misfits: one of Chiller's favorite groups Enter the Static Age.
The Making of Low-Budget Sci-Fi Films: a sneak look at Ted A. Bohus' new book.
Plus Chiller People, Fright Frame and more.

Issue 7
Making Not Of This Earth: a look at Roger Corman's low-budget classic.
Mark Goddard: interview with TV's Lost In Space actor.
Alien Resurrection (Alien 4): an advance look at the film that's supposed to resurrect the Alien franchise.
Jeff Morrow: a look at his films, including The Island Earth and The Creature Walks Among Us.
Fanex 11: Hammer Is Back!: behind-the-scenes at Fanex 11.
Twenty-Five Movies With Food: 25 of the best horror movies ever made . . . and the food in them.
Horror According to T.H. Pine: an interesting look at Stephen Spielberg's Dino sequel.
Plus The Resin Report, Around the Kit World in a Daze and more.

Issue 6
Retrospect: Gorgo: The King Bros. answer to Godzilla, The Making of Gorgo.
Frankenstein and Me: a candid conversation with director Bob Tinnell about his surprise hit.
The Haunted Strangler: part one of a look at the films of Richard Gordon.
Castle of Frankenstein: an interesting look at the strange world of Calvin Beck.
Twenty-Five Movies To See: a look at 25 of the best horror movies ever made.
Horror According to T.H. Pine: what scared us as kids and developed our taste for horror.
Memorabilia Collector: a look at the fantastic collection of Gary Goleas.
Plus a quiz, resin report, world of model kits, lazer reviews, fright frame, film flashback and Zacherley comic strip.

Issue 5

Issue 4
Scream Queen Double Header: Julia Adams & Lori Nelson: The Gilliman's Leading Ladies.
Beverly Garland: Scream Queen interview.
One Chilling Roger Corman Interview: or, In Search of a New World Order.
Tor Johnson's Hammer Time Comic Strip.
The Lon Chaney & Son Quiz: by Les Williams.
Support for the Stars: The Colorful Characters of the Horror Classics.
The Caroline Chronicles: Two Dozen Questions with Caroline Munro.
The Horror/Ed Wood Quiz #3: Ray Harryhausen.
Hisako San: a short story by Ingrid Pitt.
Frazetta's Fantasy Corner: by John Skerchock.
Dr. Maniac Presents: Zarina's Midnight Matinee; movie picks, model kits and more.

Issue 3
Remembering Al Adamson: by Sam Sherman.
The Price of Fear: A tribute to Vincent Price.
P. J. Soles: Rock 'N' Roll High School.
Gloria Talbott: The "I" in I Married a Monster from Outer Space.
For the Love of It: Interview with Phantasm's Reggie Bannister.
Candace Hilligoss: Interview by Al Ryan & Dan Cziraky.
Waxing Philosophical: Master Sculptor Henry Alvarez on the Legacy of Wax.
Haunted Hollywood: by Greg Mank; I Am Misfit: an interview with Jerry Only; movie picks and more.

Issue 2
Spring 1995

Issue 1
Winter 1994
Peter Cushing: in his memory.
Barbara Steele: Out of the shadows.
Maila Nurmi: A conversation with the first lady of the silver screen.
Hammer horror: An overview and analysis.
Ingrid Pitt: an interview.
John Zacherle: The Story of Television's First Ghoul.
H. P. Lovercraft: Adapting for cinema America's 20th century greatest writer of weird fiction.
SF/Fantastic horror laser discs: A general overview in collecting.

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