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FILMFAX
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:
23 September 2022
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Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Michel
Scott Matheson
Gary

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Issue 132
Winter 2012


Issue 131
September/October/November 2012
Remembering Ray Bradbury: Someone Wonderful This Way Came!
Bela Lugosi's Live Spook Shows of the 1950s!
Frances Dade: Lugosi's Co-Star in Dracula!
Ray Bradbury on Edgar Rice Burroughs
and Much More!!!


Issue 130
June/July/August 2012


Issue 129
March/April/May 2012
Mil Mascaras interview - The Man of 1,000 masks
The Last of the Circle: H. P. Lovecraft
- conversation with Harry K. Brobst about HPL
Actress Candy Clark -
from "American Graffiti" to "The Man Who Fell To Earth"
Gerald Schnitzer - Monogram Pictures Screenwriter and more
Ann Carter
- Child Actress from "The Curse of the Cat Prople"
A Brief History of D.C. Action Figures
Armchair Fiction - a double dose of pulp fiction with Greg Luce
Bob Burns Halloween Shows
: part 5
and much more.

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