EMILY BOOTH’S B-MOVIE BOUTIQUE!

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Horror and sci-fi fans will be over the moon at the news that everyone’s favourite fantasy female, Emily Booth, is joining the crew of Space Monsters magazine as our new regular columnist! Emily Booth’s B-Movie Boutique sees the UK’s Mistress of Horror reviewing some classic sci-fi monster movies beginning in issue two with It! The Terror From Beyond Space (1958) which also happens to be screening at this year’s Bram Stoker International Film Festival in October.

Emily‘s horror credentials are second-to-none with roles in Cradle of Fear (2001), Evil Aliens (2005), Grindhouse (2007), Doghouse (2009) and Inbred (2011). She is also the face of the Horror Channel UK, co-hosted the Frighten Brighton Classic Horror Film Festival 2012, is an avid supporter of the Classic Horror Campaign and is appearing as a guest at the British Horror and Hammer Day in London on Saturday November 9th alongside Caroline Munro, Barbara Shelley, Kate O’Mara, Martine Beswick, David Warner, Norman J. Warren and many more classic horror stars and directors.

Issue two of Space Monsters magazine is available to pre-order from the Classic Horror Campaign website and Hemlock Books along with the few remaining copies of issue one! Issue two is a “space vampires” special featuring Tobe Hooper’s Lifeforce (1985), Mario Bava’s Planet of the Vampires (1965), The Astro-Zombies (1968), The Thing From Another World (1951), Ultraman, the B-movies of Christopher R. Mihm and much, much more from the worlds of classic sci-fi, horror and fantasy!

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