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Classic Monsters, Horror Irregular Fanzine from United States

- First issue: 1993
- "Focuses on bizarre cinema mainly in the horror genre".
- One of the best zines from the States, very well written and informative.
- Editor: Darryl Mayeski
- 50 black and white A4 pages.
- Website: screemag.com

Last updated:
1 January 2024
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CONTENTS: 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2021 2022 2023 GALLERIES: 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2001 2004 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2021 2022 2023 All

Issue 42

Issue 41
Spring 2023
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Issue 40
Winter 2022
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Issue 39
Winter 2021
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Issue 38
December 2019
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Doctor Sleep

Issue 37
May 2019
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Dawn of the Dead (19

Issue 36
October 2018
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Issue 35

Issue 34

Issue 33

Issue 32
December 2016

Issue 31
December 2015

Issue 30

Issue 29
October/November/December 2014

Issue 28
April/May/June 2014

Issue 27
October/November/December 2013

LIMITED EDITION (500 copies)
by Daniel Horne.
The issue features interviews with Joel Hodgson, and ten directors whose films were parodied on the program. VINCENT PRICE lives again on Blu ray! Several films by the Master of Menace are now available in the high definition format. Price biographer Lucy Chase Williams takes a look at The Vincent Price Blu-ray Collection from Shout! Factory. Tom Weaver shares an interview with the late HOUSE OF WAX co-star Paul Picerni. Frank Dietz sits down with Bob Burns, the star of the bio pic BEAST WISHES, Greg Mank chats with Cortlandt Hull to discuss THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA UNMASKED documentary, plus, our usual large helping of Blu-ray and DVD reviews

Issue 26
May/June/July 2013

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Issue 25
November/December 2012

Issue 24
May/June/July 2012
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Screem #24 takes a look a Tim Burton's Dark Shadows and reflects back on the classic ABC-TV series starring the late Jonathan Frid. Ridley Scott's Alien prequel Prometheus hits theater screens this June. We speak with the film's co-writer Jon Spaihts. Other articles in issue #24 include: Director Ted Bohus talks about the Blu-ray edition of The Deadly Spawn, Johnny Legend remembers Doodles Weaver, a retrospect on Ray Milland, Deadly Dummies: murderous mannequins on the big and small screen, interviews with actresses Francoise Pascal (The Iron Rose), Tom Weaver chats with Jeanne Cooper about the Black Zoo, The Story of Rock N Roll Comics, Stephen Thrower previews Andy Milligan's Nightbirds, which is coming to Blu-ray soon, DVD reviews, fright flick pic, and plenty more await you in Screem #24!

Issue 23
November/December 2011
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"Screem #23 arrives late October, ready to chill readers to the bone with the following features: Overlooking the Overlook: author Bev Vincent (The Stephen King Illustrated Companion, The Road to the Dark Tower) brings us an "Everything you wanted to know about The Shining, but were afraid to ask" article, dissecting Stephen King's book, Stanley Kubrick's screenplay as well as the made for TV movie. Fans of this masterpiece of modern horror shouldn't miss it! Other articles in Screem #23 include: The Island of Lost Souls arrives on Blu-ray: Tom Weaver and Greg Mank preview the new Criterion Collection release; Classic Monster Toys of the 1960's; The Final Four: Boris Karloff's last films; The Return of the Aztec Mummy; The End is Near! Manos: Hands of Fate: The Special Edition by Daniel Griffith (with MST3K's Joel Hodgson); New interviews with directors Ken Russell and Joe Dante; Burn, Witch, Burn; Universal's Frankenstein Turns 80 (by Scott Essman, featuring an illustration by Rick Baker); and, the usual extensive amount of DVD review that appears in every issue of SCREEM MAGAZINE. Cover artwork by Mark Maddox. The Shining cover is the featured newsstand edition, the Aztec Mummy cover is a Diamond retail edition. Both can be purchased now at the Screem website: www.screemag.com. Issue will be in stores early November."

Issue 22
May/June/July 2011

Issue 21
November/December 2010
"Our cover by artist Daniel Horne celebrates the 50 year milestone of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho. We then take a look at two under appreciated cult films, Slithis and Horror High, which have recently been unearthed on DVD in new special editions. Next, Tom Weaver interviews Mr. B.I.G. himself, Bert I. Gordon. They discuss 1957's The Cyclops, which has just seen the light of day on disc from Warner Archives. Screem travels to the Great White North for the Canadian premiere of the restored Metropolis, and gives fans a sneak peek at some of the newly found missing footage from Fritz Lang's classic Sci-Fi epic. Other highlights in Screem #21 include: Playboy Playmates in horror films; the works of the Kuchar Bros.; Ingrid Pitt's new biography book; and, an in-depth look into the rich film catalog of the Shaw Bros. Studio. All this and much more awaits you in the current issue of Screem magazine!"

Issue 20
May/June/July 2010
Artwork by Daniel Horne.
Cover story features Cortlandt Hull's new DVD documentary on the history of Aurora's monster model kits.
A look at Night of the Living Dead: Reanimated, where artists re-create the classic zombie film.
The late, great horror host Dr. Shock gets his due in a tribute by John Skerchock, author of the new book The Frightful Dr. Shock.
A visit to The House of the Devil, and talk with the film's director, Ti West, and one of the stars of the movie, Mary Woronov.
Other highlights in Screem #20 include
Tom Weaver's Kingdom of the Spiders article,
a look back at Logan's Run (interviews with George Clayton Johnson,
William F. Nolan, and Michael York),
an interview with Carla Laemmle, and much more!

Issue 19
September/October/November 2009
"Our Fall/Winter edition of Screem celebrates the 35th anniversary of The Phantom of the Paradise. We interview several cast and crew members who reminisce about this cult classic flick. Next up, we dig into the film career of the notorious Church of Satan leader Anton LaVey. You'll learn about his work in such horror films as The Car, The Devil's Rain, and, Satanis. Also featured in this issue are interviews with directors HG Lewis (2000 Maniacs, Blood Feast), William Grefe (Death Curse of Tartu, Stanley), and Greydon Clark (Without Warning, The Bad Bunch). Long time Screem contributor David Wilt enlightens us about the weird world of Mexicana cinema, and the always entertaining Greg Goodsell gives us a sneak peek at a new horror film titled Red Velvet. Ken McIntyre is back with another fun Wrong Way Home column, and we round out the issue with a large amount of Blu-ray and DVD reviews. "

Issue 18
June/July/August 2009
Movies That Scarred Us For Life
Arch Oboler's Night Gallery
Interview with George A. Romero.

Issue 17

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A retrospective of fifty years of The Creature From The Black Lagoon
Mexican monsters
The legendary Wolfman!

Issue 16
April 2008
Interview with Russ Meyer fave Tura Satana.
Interviews with directors Kim Ki Duk and Ray Dennis Steckler.
A Grindhouse Roundtable, featuring directors Gus Trikonis, Ed Adlum, and Don Edmonds.
A tribute to Carlos Aured (Horror Rises From the Tomb, Vengeance of the Mummy).
BCI's Mexican monsterpiece The Dracula Saga A look at the films of Andrew Prine and, the usual large amount of DVD reviews.

Issue 15
Mink Stole interview,
Crown International films,
Anna Biller's tribute to soft core of the 70's,VIVA,
an article about cult musician Roky Erikson,
Jack Hill discusses SPIDER BABY,
indie horror,
legendary Johnny Legend,
THE WORLD OF THE VAMPIRE (1960),and LOTS of DVD reviews.

Issue 14
Eddie Munster's favorite horror host, Zombo, graces our cover. Speaking of Eddie, we interview Butch Patrick on his new biography book. Issue #14 contains exclusive interviews with director Alejandro Jodorowsky, filmmaker Don Glut, and Howard Stern favorite Suzanne Muldowney (a.k.a 'The Underdog Lady'). Other articles include Vampira:The Movie, The Wild Man Fischer story, The Trash Films of Shelley Winters, and The Groovie Goolies on DVD. The devil gets his due with The Diablo Made Me Do It (Satanic films from Mexico). Code Red unleashes Love Me Deadly on DVD, and Japanese superstitions in film are explained in Living Ghosts of the Rising Sun. As usual, we deliver a large chunk of DVD reviews!

Issue 13
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Contents in this issue include interviews with filmmakers James Bryan (Don't Go in the Woods), Don Jones (The Forest), Rolfe Kanefsky, and Damon Packard.
We look at the films of Pete Walker, Trilogy of Terror, Mexican Vampires, Punks on film, Killer Kid movies Part 2, Troma's Poultrygeist, Paul Frees, Alpha Video's cheapie titles, and the cult classic Devil Times Five. To top it off, we have more DVD reviews than in any previous issue!

Issue 12
Contents include interviews with Mike Nelson (Mystery Science Theatre 3000), veteran actor James Karen, director Lawrence D. Foldes, Alan Ormsby, Michel Levesque (Werewolves on Wheels), and Guiseppe Andrews. Articles include a look at Criterion's DVD edition of Equinox, Killer Kids movies, plenty more!

Issue 11
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Interview with director Larry Cohen, Cannibal Holocaust, The Films of Val Lewton, Klaus Nomi, The Flesh Eaters, DVD reviews, and more !

Issue 10
H.R. Giger in NYC, Bollywood Horror, Mad Monkey Movies, DVD Goes To Hell, Jacob's Ladder, The Golem, Edison's Frankenstein, Vampire Circus, lots more!

Issue 9
Exorcist cover. Plague of The Zombies, Don't Look In The Basement, The Bride of Frank , Toxic Avenger, Eraserhead, Penn & Teller interview, Mentors.

Issue 8
Last House on Dead End Street , Uncle Sam, Billy Jack attack!, Andy Milligan, Forry Ackerman's fave films, The Beast of Yucca Flats.

Issue 7
Mondo Rondo: One of horrodoms least known stars of the 40's.
Howling at the tube: Werewolves in TV.
The gorehound from Gatorville: The short films of writer, producer, director Matthew Samuel Smith.
Book reviews: Tohill & Tombs' "Immoral Tales", Mark Gatiss' "James Whale"
Buddy Giovanazzo: What is he up to after Combat Shock?
Poverty row shockers: The making of Savage Harvest.
Teenage Tupelo: The making of the movie.
Brother Theodore: The avant garde performer.
Video reviews: Love Letters of a Portuguese Nun, The Forbidden/Salome, Darkest Soul, The Flesh and Blood Show, One Million AC/DC, Bamboo House of Dolls, Love Me...Please, Freakshow, I Was A Teenage Mummy, Malamondo, Beyond the Darkness, Transgression, Eraserhead, Cannibal Holocaust, The Untold Story, Psyched By the 4D Witch, Addicted to Murder and more.

Issue 6
An acid trip to The Angry Red Planet, Dennis Hopper interview, Dracula Has Risen From The Grave,Coffin Joe protege Ivan Cardoso, Made for TV monster movies.

Issue 5
Mario Bava's Black Sabbath , Vampira interview, Lemora revisited , Lydia Lunch, Meet the self- proclaimed Ed Wood of the 90's!

Issue 4
Sam Sherman on Beast of Blood, Dario Argento and Brian Yuzna interviews, A loving tribute to Bloodsucking Freaks, The Montreal Fantasia Festival.

Issue 3
Jodorowsky retrospective, Johnny Legend's Outer Limits experience, Charles Manson tribute album, more!

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