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.
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Issue 23
November/December 2011
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PX edition
"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: Issue will be in stores early November."

Issue 22
May/June/July 2011

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