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The Magazine Of Unusual Film And Television
Retro, Classic Monsters, Horror, Fantasy Quarterly Magazine from Evanston ,United States

- First issue: 1986
- The B-Movies and B-Stars of the past.
- Covers old-time movies in a modern way. Full of rare photos and interviews.
- Editor: Michael Stein
- 100 b+w pages in A4 format.
- Incorporating OUTRE since 2004 and retitled FILMFAX PLUS (keeping the same ISSN.)
- Published by Filmfax Inc.
- Website: www.filmfax.com/

Last updated:
9 December 2023
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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson

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Issue 108
October/November/December 2005
Headlining this issue is part two of the extensive interview with artist William Stout, who discusses his long and distinguished career in comics and film design. In addition, interviews with Dee Wallace-Stone on filming Cujo, artist Michael W. Kaluta, Seamon Glass on This is Not a Test, Malcolm McDowell on his early films, Oscar winner Ernest Borgnine on his long career, sleaze director Russ Meyer's last interview, and many more.

Issue 107
July/August/September 2005
Another giant-sized issue full of pop culture fun continues our 20th anniversary celebration with a conversation with the great comics artist and illustrator William Stout, director George Romero talks about his zombie movies and others, we'll look at the '60s fantasy movies of Raquel Welch and Ursula Andress, legendary stuntman George DeNormand tells about working in the golden age of Hollywood, writer/producer Philip Saltzman takes us inside the world of hit TV shows, more on Bobby Darin, plus features, interviews, reviews, and tons of fun from the World of UltraMedia!

Issue 106
April/May/June 2005
20th Anniversary Issue! A new look back at the 1950s Space Patrol TV series that premiered in our first issue in 1985; David Carradine talks about his film directing career; Director George Romero looks back on Night of the Living Dead; Our 'Monster Makers' series continues with a re-examination of Invaders From Mars; a retrospective of the first collaboration between life-long friends Ray Bradbury and Ray Harryhausen, The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms; behind-the-scenes with Raquel Welch in One Million Years B.C. and Ursula Andress in She; an exclusive interview with controversial TV comic Tom Smothers; and a long overdue look at the film career of pop star Bobby Darin. Plus, we'll also explore the epic, surrealisric 1934 version of A Midsummer Night's Dream, and lots, lots more.

Issue 105
January/February/March 2005
This issue features: Barbara Leigh - The Original Vampirella model (an incredible beauty). Other articles include: The McGuinnis Woman - The Sensual Art Of Femme Fatale's In the World Of Mystery and Intrigue, the Ray Harryhausen UFO Effect - A Stop Motion the Invasion Of the Planet Earth, Rediscovering the Lost Continent - low-budget thrills and dinosaurs, Joan Taylor Saves the Earth - The Woman Who Made Intelligence Beautiful, Brian Wilson's 'Smile' and much more.

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