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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.

Last updated:
11 April 2022
(see recent updates)
Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson

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CONTENTS: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All GALLERIES: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 All

Issue 5
July/August/September 2010
Frank Frazetta pictorial tribute (some of his movie posters)
The Wolfman reviewed by Scott Essman, Kevin Slick, Ken Hanke, Harry Long
The Wolf Man by Ken Hanke & Harry Long
Interviews with Gary Clarke and Betsy Jones-Moreland (thought to be her last) by Larry Fultz
Bride of the Gorilla by Michael Mallory
The Creature & his Women by Bruce Dettman
Book reviews:
Capes, Crooks & Cliffhangers; Dark Dreams; Gender & exuality in STAR TREK; Ghost Images; The Man who Collected Psychos; The Marx Brothers as Social Critics; Reel tears, the Beverly Washburn Story; Silent Mystery & Detective Movies; Third Man Out; Weird Tales of the SkullMask; The Wonder Within You
CD reviews by Harry Long:
Love Happens; The Univited; Days of Our Lives; Heroes; Battlestar Gallactica; Sky Riders; the Music of STAR TREK
(too goddam many) DVD reviews:
Black House; Dead Moon Rising; Devil Girl; District 9; The Hills Run Red; Hitler meets Christ; Homewrecker; Icons of Suspense: Hammer Films; Kingdom of the Spiders; Mad Dog Morgan; Megashark vs Giant Octopus; Metamorphosis; Murant Chronicles; The Naked Monster; Nature's Grave; On the Spot; Red Velvet; Sherlock Holmes (Asylum); Song of the Dead; Stealing Lincoln's Body; Streamers; Troma's War; Universal Cult Horror Collection; Virginia Creepers; The Wild Man of the Navidad 

Issue 4
January/February/March 2010

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