A special compilation edition featuring some of the best features from the last six years of Famous Monsters magazine. This deluxe square-bound edition features 112 pages of great articles anbd interviews plus over 125 brilliant black and white monster photos compiled from the last 30 issues of FM--never reprinted before and now all together in one great special issue for those who may have missed them the first time. Many updates and new photos have been added to make this a super-special collector's edition.
FM magazine never reprints articles in its regular issues, so this special edition is your chance to enjoy many great features now long out of print, like:
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE WOLF MAN; AN IN-DEPTH INTERVIEW WITH BEN CHAPMAN: the "reel" Creature from the Black Lagoon; THE POWERS AND WEAKNESSES OF THE VAMPIRE!, THE LON CHANEY SR. STORY!; BELA LUGOSI; BORIS KARLOFF; VINCENT PRICE; "SCHLOCK THEATER" CLASSICS, FORTY GREAT MOMENTS IN HORROR! and much more.
This special reprint collection of all-time favorites is certain to become a beast seller! 112 pages of terrorific fun for every classic horror fiend from the world's first and fearmost filmonster magazine!
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RAY FERRY, Editor/Publisher of FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND Magazine, is one of the leading authorities and aficionados of what he terms "the films of Classic Horrorwood." He began his love affair with the genre in 1960 as an 8-year-old charter reader of a popular 1960s era pulp magazine titled Famous Monsters of Filmland, which was the "bible" of the monster craze of the time, influencing the careers of a whole generation of then adolescent readers. Today Ferry is the editor and publisher of that very same magazine that so influenced him in his youth.
Having worked for some 20 years as a professional photographer before applying his energies to FM, Ferry has a unique appreciation of and respect for the craftsmanship of the horror classics. Since reviving the magazine from the realm of the literary "undead" in 1993, Ferry has devoted his efforts to introducing the era of the classic fright films to a new generation who have been weaned on a diet of blood and gore in modern films. An outspoken voice concerning graphic violence in film and its desensitizing effect on young minds, Ferry's retro-horror approach has resulted in reestablishing Famous Monsters of Filmland, as the leading publication of its kind. By merging the magazine's original 1960s flavor with a 1990s edge, he has bridged the gap of several generations and created an entertaining and educational forum, with both adult and child readers sharing the innocent fun of the Halloween spirit all year long.
Ferry has worked with and featured in his magazine many diverse talents in the fantasy film genre with whom he shares a love of the classics including author Ray Bradbury, Academy Award winning Animator Ray Harryhausen (both of whom were among the most influential personalities of his youth); legendary comics Phyllis Diller (MAD MONSTER PARTY), Mel Brooks (YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN; renowned performers Gloria Stuart (THE OLD DARK HOUSE), Adam West (TV's Batman), Frank Gorshin (Batman TV's Riddler), Gary Owens, Cassandra Peterson (TV's ELVIRA), Rock legend Alice Cooper, Al Lewis (THE MUNSTERS), TV's "Incredible Hulk," Lou Ferrigno and world renowned mentalist and occult authority The Amazing Kreskin, among others.
Ferry believes the old horror films will never be equaled. His credo is "there's no ghoul like an old ghoul."Review:
"A fang-tastic collection of great features from the pages of several now-out of print issues..." -- The Graveyard Examiner
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