For a limited time only the Dead Good Newsstand is offering the digital versions of Space Monsters Magazine issues one and two together in a multipack deal – only a fiver for both issues! And that’s not all – the digital version of Space Monsters issue 2 is 80 pages of FULL-COLOUR monster madness!
* SPACE:1999 – A look at the classic horror influences on the classic seventies sci-fi show!
* THEM! – A retrospective from We Belong Dead editor Eric McNaughton!
* CLASSIC STAR TREK – A personal look at Gene Roddenberry’s legendary sixties space opera!
* BEWARE! THE BLOB! – A look back at the seventies B-movie!
* GODZILLA Vs MEGALON! – An appreciation of this much-maligned Japanese monster mash!
* TWILIGHT ZONE – An extensive look at the continuing influence of Rod Serling’s classic horror/SF TV series!
* THE SEVEN VOYAGES OF RAY HARRYHAUSEN – A fond look back at Harryhausen’s iconic Sinbad movies!
* Spectacular artwork from Woody Welch and Ash Loydon!
* An exclusive retro sci-fi comic strip!
* TOP TEN GIANT BUG MOVIES…and lots more!
Issue 2 includes:
- LIFEFORCE (1985) – An in-depth look at the much-maligned Tobe Hooper space vampire epic.
- VAMPIRELLA – This special edition wouldn’t be complete without a look at the greatest space vampire of all – Vampirella!
- IT! THE TERROR FROM BEYOND SPACE (1958) – The UK’s Mistress of Horror Emily Booth reviews the classic 50’s creature feature.
- PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES (1966) – Mario Bava’s atmospheric sci-fi horror flick.
- BILLY CHAINSAW’S MOVIE MASSACRE – ‘Vampire Men of the Lost Planet’ – Artist and journalist Billy Chainsaw reinterprets the Al Adamson monster movie in Japanese-style film poster form for the first in a regular series of unique articles.
- BUCK ROGERS IN THE 25th CENTURY – ‘Space Monsters’ looks at the “Space Vampire” episode of Glen A. Larson’s disco-sci-fi cheese-fest.
- ULTRAMAN – Episode Guide Part One.
- QUEEN OF BLOOD (1966) – A review of the classic AIP B-movie.
- THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (1951) – We remember the Howard Hawks fifties monster movie.
- HAMMER HORROR DAY – More scream queens and horror stars than you can shake a stake at converge on Central Hall, Westminster, London in our special preview!
- MONSTERS, ALIENS AND BIZARRE CREATURES – We preview this year’s Bram Stoker International Film Festival.