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CINEFANTASTIQUE JANUARY 1989 VINCENT PRICE HORROR THE BLOB THEY LIVE

CINEFANTASTIQUE JANUARY 1989 VINCENT PRICE HORROR THE BLOB THEY LIVE

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CINEFANTASTIQUE JANUARY 1989 VINCENT PRICE HORROR THE BLOB THEY LIVE COCOON

CINEFANTASTIQUE - Volume 19, number 1 and 2 - January Jan 1989: Special Double Issue: Sherlock and Me; Stuart Gordon's Robojox; John Carpenter's They Live; ...

CINEFANTASTIQUE - Volume 19, number 1 and 2 - January Jan 1989: Special Double Issue: Sherlock and Me; Stuart Gordon's Robojox; John Carpenter's They Live; ...

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #1-2

Vintage Sci Fi Film Fantasy Magazines (6) CINEFANTASTIQUE AMERICAN FANTASY AMAZI

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #3

Kevin The Bold: Sunday Adventures, September 5, 1954 to June 2, 1957

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 18 #4

Cinefantastique 1991 Vol.22 No.3 Star Trek 25th Anniversary, Spielberg's Hook

Our Finest Hour: The Triumphant Spirit of the World War II Generation

CINEFANTASTIQUE H R Giger Willow Robojox H.R. Giger Cover May 1988 Vol 18 No. 4

VAMPIRELLA MAGAZINE 57 JANUARY 1977 SCI FI HORROR CITY OF GHOSTS ANCIENT UNDEAD

CINEFANTASTIQUE VOLUME 7 NUMBER 2 HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN 1978 HANS J. SALTER

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #2

Vincent Leonard Price ...

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 7 #2

Cinefantastique - Vol 12 No 4, May/June 1982 - Paul Schrader & Cat

KILLER KLOWNS FROM OUTER SPACE VHS MIDNITE MOVIES HORROR GORE CLOWN DRIVE IN

The Shining Fan Art movie poster print limited edition 25 signed numbered horror neon flourescent by Scheres on Etsy

THE HORROR BIBLE FOR HORROR FANS WWW.SCREAMHORRORMAG.COM

VINTAGE MAGAZINE NATIONS BUSINESS JANUARY 1942 WORLD WAR 2 ADVERTISING

My zombie obsession started when I was a kid and saw the original Night of the living dead. Thank you for great & cheesy zombie movies!

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #1

So, put on your 3-D spex, pop some popcorn and turn out the lights .... because we're going to the movies!

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 1 #3

photo Peter Lorre portrait 1733-20

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #5

Horror Books, Horror Films, Horror Art, Terror Movies, Edgar Allan,

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 8 #4

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #5

CINEFANTASTIQUE V 35 # 2 MAGAZINE HORROR X-MEN 2 BRYAN SINGER DEAD ZONE MATRIX

George A. Romero tribute by @mygrimmbrother

Visit THE NITRATE DIVA for more Vincent Price this week!

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 5 #1

Alice Cooper, Vincent Price, Horror Icons, Limited Edition Prints, Actors, Frankenstein

CINEFANTASTIQUE Winter '73 (Vol 2 ...

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NECROSCOPE BRIAN LUMLEY PAPERBACK BOOK FIRST EDITION SEPT 1988 HORROR

So, put on your 3-D spex, pop some popcorn and turn out the lights .... because we're going to the movies!

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 20 #3

KINK - LIVE AT COCOON IBIZA CD NEW+

Albert Kallis, Day the World Ended/ The Phantom from 10,000 Leagues, January 1956

THE SIMPSONS TREEHOUSE OF HORROR TOYS R US EXCLUSIVE ACTION FIGURE SET 2000 KONG #ToysRUs

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 17 #5

heres my Peter Cushing portrait!

Remember that you can always click on the images themselves to see them (hopefully) larger:

MONSTER ART HAND PAINTED SELTZER BOTTLE PINSTRIPED STRIPE WEIRDO FINK SCHERES

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 4 #3

Cult horror movies: discover the 33 best scary, suspenseful, gory, and monstrous cinema classics by Captain Nemo - issuu

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 19 #5

Theflyposter.jpg

Monster Serial: CANDYMAN, 1992

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #1B

Starring Alan Hedison, Patricia Owens, Vincent Price and Herbert Marshall. The first film in the original 'Fly' trilogy.

We may all be a peculiar lot…often broke, often dissatisfied because we're not doing more and better work…but we know how to have a ball that makes the rest ...

So, put on your 3-D spex, pop some popcorn and turn out the lights .... because we're going to the movies!

Famous Monsters of Filmland, February 1958, Central Publications. The cover of the premiere

Contracted – USA, 2013

We may all be a peculiar lot…often broke, often dissatisfied because we're not doing more and better work…but we know how to have a ball that makes the rest ...

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #4

1957, gag photograph of Bob Burns and Paul Blaisdell (the hands with

Vincent Leonard Price ...

The casting of American actors in foreign films was long understood to be an effective way for foreign-made movies to gain access to the lucrative U.S. ...

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 7 #3-4

Dale and Karl take a claw

Monster Serial: CREEPSHOW

One of the chief reasons I've always adored Dark Star is because it seems exactly like what it is: a student film, three-fourths of which was filmed at the ...

... as “'Symbolic Displacement of 'drives and desires' presumably too dreadful to be shown directly.”-from Tourneur Remembers- Cinefantastique 2 no.4 (1973) ...

Edward L. Cahn, director, It! The Terror from Beyond Space, 1958

Old horror movie poster.

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 22 #2

New ListingCinefantastique Magazine - Jan. 1985 - 2010 Odyssey Two - Contents Page Pictured

Theatre of Blood – UK, 1973

IMHO the best of the 3 D films.

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 9 #3-4

Frankenstein's Monster 'Friend'

Monster Serial: THE NIGHT STALKER, 1972

Thank You, Mr. Moto (1937) Detective Movies, Mystery Film, Charlie

Betty and Me (1966) 172

Catching up on the latest boring horror movies and thinking, they just don't make them like they use to

When Bill and Ted's get off the van they realize they have to face once again their nightmares! The bunny, the granny and the Lieutenant!

So, put on your 3-D spex, pop some popcorn and turn out the lights .... because we're going to the movies!

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 21 #6

Jack H. Harris - Image: Jack Henry Harris

Frankenstein 1931 a very existential monster

meet the feebles poster

“There'll be a black guy. There'll be a guy with big eyebrows. The whole spectrum. And the black guy? The black guy? Here's the twist. He lives at the end.”

Cinefantastique (1970) Vol. 12 #1

My 10 Favorite Films of Maverick Writer/Director Paul Schrader , a man who really knows how to tap into the darker, grittier parts of.

Drak Pack – animated TV series

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