Retro, Classic Monsters, Horror Biannual Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 2008-2014
The successor of Scarlet Street.
- Publisher: Kevin G. Shinnick.

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There are 11 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 11
Covers missing: None
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CONTENTS: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All GALLERIES: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All

Issue 1
The News Hound - John Mathews.
DVD REVIEWS: The Busy Body (HHL), Charlie Chan 3 (HHL), COUNT DRACULA (Bob Gutowski), Fox Horror Classics Collection (BG), H P Lovecraft films (HHL), The Hunchback of Notre Dame Ultimate Edition (HHL), Icons of Horror: Boris Karloff (Jack Randall Earles), Icons of Horror: Sam Katzman (JRE), The Jazz Singer (JRE), Jekyll & Hyde Together Again & Student Bodies (HHL), Mario Bava Boxes (Dave Zeidler, The Monster Squad (John Stevenson), Night of Evil/Stark Fear/Keep My Grave Open/Honeymoon of Hooror (HHL), Pan's Labyrinth (BG), Popeve the Sailor (Len Kohl), The Return of Dracuila/The Vampire (BG), She (Farnham Scott), Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Granada Series (Kevin Shinnick), Socket (HHL), Tales from the Crypt/The Vault of Horror (Don Mankowski), Warners Cult Classics boxes (JRE).
BOOK REVIEWS: American Gothic (Michael Cornett), Bela Lugosi: Dreams and Nightmares (John Soister) [plus a conversation with Gary Rhoses by Mark Redfield], Chicago TV Horoor Movie Shows (DM), The Hammer Sytory (Paul Leggett).
CRIMSON CHRONICLES - Forrest J Ackerman.
REMEMERING RICHARD - Valley's Mindless Drones.
LIFE OF MYSTERY AND IMAGINATION (a vestp[ocket bio of Poe), Part One - Harry H Long.
SKINNING THE BLACK CAT - analysis by Ken Hanke.
SELLING THE BLACK CAT - detailing Universal's promotion strategies - Gary D. Rhodes.
VAMPIRES AND SPACE PROBES AND SNAILS ... OH MY! - part one of The Gramercy Four by Lelia Loban.
IT'S ALIVE ... AGAIN! - creating the makeup for YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN THE MUSICAL by John Dods.

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