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 “The Journal of Classic British Horror Films”    

by Richard Klemensen

“This is the most fantastic film                                                                                   .

magazine being published….”                                  “…The Greatest Fanzine Ever….”

Cult Movies Magazine                                                MONSTERSCENE Magazine

 

 

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Issues

 

LSoH #37

 

LSoH #36

 

LSoH #35

 

LSoH #34

 

LSoH #33

 

LSoH #32

 

LSoH #31

 

LSoH #30

 

LSoH #29

 

LSoH #28

 

LSoH #27

 

LSoH #26

 

LSoH #25

 

LSoH #24

 

LSoH #23

 

LSoH #22

 

LSoH #21

 

LSoH #20

 

LSoH #19

 

LSoH #18

 

LSoH #17

 

LSoH #16

 

LSoH #15

 

LSoH #14

 

LSoH #13

 

LSoH #12

 

LSoH #10/11

 

LSoH #9

 

LSoH #8

 

LSoH #7

 

LSoH #6

 

LSoH #5

 

LSoH #4

 

LSoH #3

 

LSoH #2

 

LSoH #1

 

**Reprint**  **Reprint**  **Reprint**

Little Shoppe of Horrors presents

Little Shoppe of Horrors #33

 

Front Cover

By Mark Maddox

 

Back Cover

By Dan Gallagher, Jr.

 

Inside Front Cover

By Dean Ormston

Inside Back Cover

By Mike Schneider

 

 

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 44 years.  Help us go on for a few more!

 

IT WAS 1965.  AND DRACULA WAS FINALLY BACK!!

 

The final scenes for HORROR OF DRACULA were shot at Christmas 1957, and since then Hammer had wondered how they would bring back their money-making Count again.  Now in 1965, they were able to get Christopher Lee back on the Bray Studios lot, with a stellar cast and the director of the original film, Terence Fisher.  For many fans, this Is the first Hammer film they ever saw.  It was a mammoth success and once again solidified Hammer as the “House of Horror”

 

 

Featuring –

¨     “The Making of DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS”

by Bruce G. Hallenbeck.  Takes you behind the scenes with comments and stories from all the key crew and performers.

 

¨     “Christopher Neame

 his first film for Hammer.

 

¨     “Francis Matthews interview”

and he talks you through the famous home movies shot on the Bray lot by his brother.

 

¨     “Recording Hammer memories”

by Ted Newsom.  Christopher Lee, Francis Matthews, Barbara Shelly and Suzan Farmer came together in London to record the commentary for Anchor Bay’s DVD release.

 

¨     “Tony Dalton Remembers Terence Fisher”

 

¨     “Dracula Back-To-Back: The Bray Sets”

by Wayne Kinsey

 

¨     “Charles Tingwell interview”

by John Hamilton

 

¨     Also in the issue

 

¨     **Hammer News – THE WOMAN IN BLACK: ANGEL OF DEATH, the continuation of Hammer’s mammoth hit, comes out the first of the year.  LSoH presents an in-depth interview, by our David Taylor, with the director, Tom Harper.  Exclusive photos.  The film looks good!

 

¨     **British Character Actors 5: Conrad Phillips Conducted by David Williams

 

¨      “A History of Horror Film Fanzines” –  this issue “The Japanese Fantasy Film Journal” by Richard Klemensen and Greg Shoemaker

 

 

All Our Regular Features –

“Fools Rush In…!” (Editorial by The Famous Klem”)

“Letters to LSoH(More Hammer news) and

“Ralph’s One-and-Only traveling Reviews Company”

 

Front Cover by Mark Maddox

Back Cover by Dan Gallagher, Jr.

Inside Covers  by Dean Ormston & Mike Schneider.

 

Lots of original artwork, rare photos, and much more!

 

100 pages.

 

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