“The Journal of Classic British Horror Films”    

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Little Shoppe of Horrors presents

Little Shoppe of Horrors #40


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By Mark Maddox


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By David Brooks


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By Shane Ivan Oakley


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Inside Front Cover

By Paul Watts

Inside Back Cover

By Stewart McKissick


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       The three BBC serials devoted to Prof. Bernard Quatermass were huge hits on British television in the 1950s. Hammer made wonderful versions of the first two - The Quatermass Xperiment (1954) and Quatermass 2 (1956). But it would be 1967 before Hammer produced the most intelligent feature film version of the three - Quatermass and the Pit. Are we now the Martians? Find out the complete history behind this landmark science-fiction classic.



v We Are the Martians Now... The Making of – Quatermass and the Pit by Bruce G. Hallenbeck.


v Rudolph Cartier - The Man Behind the BBC Quatermass. – Interview by Chris Knight.


v 'Quatermass Speaks!' John Carpenter on Hammer, Horror and the Importance of Bernard Quatermass. – Interview by Constantine Nasr.


v Hammer: Genesis - This Is How It All Began. – The story of the Carreras and Hinds families, the early years of Hammer and Exclusive Films - and what lead up to the Hammer we would all know and love. Special Feature by Denis Meikle.


v Marie Devereux – (The Stranglers of Bombay, The Brides of Dracula & The Pirates of Blood River) – a visual tribute to this Hammer Films' Icon.


v "The Price of Candy" – The Making of Never Take Sweets From A Stranger. Thoughtful and powerful look at child molestation and murder – with perhaps the worst monster in any Hammer film. Only film Hammer Producer Anthony Hinds was ever proud of. By Constantine Nasr.


All Our regular features are back – Letters to LSoH – Ralph's One-and-Only Travelling Review Company —Hammer News—


Lots of original artwork and rare photos!



Front fold out cover by Mark Maddox

Back Cover by Shane Ivan Oakley

Inside front fold out cover by David Brooks

Inside Front Cover by Paul Watts

Inside Back Cover by Stewart McKissick



The Best Hammer Coverage Since 1972


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