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 “The Journal of Classic British Horror Films”    

by Richard Klemensen

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Little Shoppe of Horrors presents

Little Shoppe of Horrors #42

 

Front Cover   Back Cover

Front Cover

By Steve Karchin

 

 

Back Cover

By David Robinson

 

Inside Front Cover   Inside Back Cover

Inside Front Cover

By Mark Maddox

 

 

Inside Back Cover

By Adrian Salmon

 

 

Support Little Shoppe of Horrors!

In this changing age for print magazines, we need your support more than ever.  We’d like to give you many more issues filled with interesting articles and in-depth interviews.  We’ve been at it for years.  Help us go on for a few more!

 

 

 

 

       In 1960, a little black-and-white science fiction film - Village of the Damned - was released almost by mistake - by M-G-M, in the United Kingdom. The cold, glowing eyes of those 'Children' grabbed at audiences and made an international hit of this little low-budget flick.

 

 

Featuring!

 

v BEWARE THE STARE — THE MAKING OF VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED by Anthony McKay.

  Anthony takes you in-depth behind the scenes of how what started as a low-budget Hollywood version of John Wyndham's best seller - The Midwich Cuckoos - in 1957 - became one of several little movies shooting at M-G-M'S Borehamwood Studios in 1959. Anthony had access to all the production records, talking to most of the key people and young performers that made those glowing eyes a world sensation.  

 

v Interview with Max Rosenberg — by Jonathan Sothcott and Tom Weaver.

  Rosenberg was one of the two co-founders of Amicus Film Productions. Read as Max talks about the often contentious relationship he had with his partner, Milton Subotsky. Yet they gave us films like City of the Dead, Dr. Terror's House of Horrors, Asylum and many other really cool movies of imagination.  

 

v The Hammer Diaries of Christopher Wicking - 1974-1976 - Part 1 — Edited by Mitchel Wicking.

  Christopher Wicking wrote the screenplays for three American-International films (such as Scream and Scream Again) and three for Hammer (Blood From the Mummy's Tomb, etc.) - and for almost three years, he kept a diary of his time with Hammer as Script Supervisor. Read all the inside working of Hammer Films as it struggled to survive the 1970's  

 

 

v All our regular features are back — Letters to LSoH - Ralph's One-and-Only Travelling Reviews Company - Hammer News

 

v Lots of original artwork and Rare Photos!  

 

Covers

Front Cover by Steve Karchin

Back Cover by David Robinson

Inside Front Cover by Mark Maddox

Inside Back Cover by Adrian Salmon

 

  100 Pages

 

The Best Hammer Coverage Since 1972

 

 

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