MEET EXPLOITATION KING “GREYDON CLARK” THIS FRIDAY AT “THE CINEMA STORE” IN LONDON!

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On Friday 25th September we are pleased to announce that legendary producer and director Greydon Clark will be visiting London and making a once in a lifetime appearance at London’s “The Cinema Store”.

Greydon Clark‘s career spans several decades where he directed, wrote, produced and starred in numerous exploitation films…working with directors such as Al Adamson (Satan’s Sadists,Dracula Vs Frankenstein),David Hewitt (Psychic Killer) and David L Hewitt (Mighty Gorga, The Girls from Thunder Strip).

Greydon’s films include all your favourite cult/drive in classics so come down meet the man himself as he will have copies of his book “On the Cheap-My Life in Low Budget Filmmaking” for sale and will sign dvds and memorabilia.

Greydon Clarks Filmography

The Bad Bunch (1973)
Black Shampoo (1976)
Satan’s Cheerleaders (1977)
Hi-Riders (1978)
Angels Revenge (1979)
The Return (1980)
Without Warning (1980)
Wacko (1982)
Joysticks (1983)
Final Justice (1984)
Uninvited (1988)
Skinheads (1989)
Out of Sight, Out of Mind (1990)
The Forbidden Dance (1990)
Russian Holiday (1992)
Dance Macabre (1992)
Mad Dog Coll (1992)
Dark Future (1994)
Stargames (1998)

As Actor…

Stargames (1998)
Adam

Dance Macabre (1992)
Anderson

Uninvited (1988)
Lab Doctor

Final Justice (1985)
Sheriff Bob

The Return (1980)
Alan (uncredited)

Angels’ Brigade (1979)
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Black Shampoo (1976)
Wilson’s Man on Phone (voice, uncredited)

Psychic Killer (1975)
Police Sgt. Marv Sowash

Tom (1973)
Jim

Dracula vs. Frankenstein (1971)
Strange

Smashing the Crime Syndicate (1970)
Anderson

Satan’s Sadists (1969)
Acid

The Mighty Gorga (1969)
Dan Remington

So come on down and meet Greydon and give him a warm London welcome in this rare appearance to these shores…..Greydon will be signing from 4pm and will be happy to sign stuff and meet and greet his fans…..be sure to visit his website and purchase his book.

“Life on the cheap-My Life in Low Budget Filmmaking”

www.greydonclark.com

Also be sure to visit The Cinema Store for all your movie related needs.

http://www.thecinemastore.co.uk/

Hosted by Space Monsters Magazine!

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“HORRORCON UK 2015” – A FANGTASTIC EVENT!

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Space Monsters Magazine would like to congratulate the organisers of the very first HorrorConUK which took place in Sheffield from 11th – 12th July and thank them for allowing us to take part in such a brilliant horror event! Our editor and publisher Cyberschizoid (AKA Richard Gladman) travelled up from Brighton to promote Space Monsters and to host Q & A’s with writer Dacre Stoker (the great grand-nephew of Dracula author Bram Stoker) and the delicious duo of Hammer Horror favourites Caroline Munro and Martine Beswick.

Horror movie glamour babe and Space Monsters columnist Dani Thompson was also in attendance alongside horror greats Tom Savini, Gunnar Hansen, Bill Moseley, Ken Foree and writer Paul Kane. There were numerous guest Q & A’s every day hosted by Cyberschizoid, Tony Earnshaw and Gary Baxter, celebrity signings, a huge Monster Market full of every kind of merchandise imaginable, film and trailer screenings, scary interactive events and much, much more!

If this is a taste of things to come, then Space Monsters Magazine is already looking forward to HorrorConUK 2016!

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JOIN US AT “GEEK CENTRAL” – A FUN NEW EVENT IN BRIGHTON FOR FANS OF SCI-FI, HORROR, COMIX AND ALL THINGS GEEK CHIC!

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Geek Central is exactly what it says on the unopened limited edition collectors tin; part car boot sale, part Goblin market this soon-to-be Brighton tradition is the best way to relive your childhood or just make a few quid selling it on to a new generation.

If you’re into comics, figures, RPG, board games, table top, strategy, sci-fi, retro and all things geek chic then come along to the first of many regular Geek Central events on Saturday 30th August from 10am – 3pm at the Brighton Komedia – all for only £2.00!

In addition to the swaps, trades, and stalls there will be the chance to get your hands dirty as you’re invited to try new games or just have some casual matches with friends, and for the really brave the Geek Central crew have set up some proper tournaments with real prizes…

From Yugio to War-hammer from AD&D to Call of Cthulhu…learn to play X Wing or be crowned king of Commander, Geek Central is a gathering of the clans, from fanboys to geek girls and everyone in-between.

Not only that but horror host Cyberschizoid will be there selling issues of Space Monsters, Monster Mag and other yummy collectibles! See you there!

For more information check out the Geek Central Facebook Page or email gordonvader@hotmail.co.uk

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“SPACE MONSTERS” TEAMS UP WITH SPECTACULAR 3-DAY GENRE CONVENTION “WYNTERCON”!

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Wyntercon 2014 is an exciting new convention celebrating Sci-Fi, Horror, Fantasy and Alternative genres and Space Monsters magazine will be there as part of the Classic Horror and Cult Movie Zone! Hosted by horror host and Space Monsters editor Cyberschizoid, guests include genre icon Caroline Munro (Dracula AD 1972, The Spy Who Loved Me, Starcrash, Maniac); cult movie and TV star Francoise Pascal (Mind Your Language, The Iron Rose, Burke & Hare); brand new comic book anti-hero Titan Defender Pushka; publishing legend Dez Skinn (Monster Mag, House of Hammer, Starburst, Dr Who Weekly); modern scream queen and producer Dani Thompson (Serial Kaller, Axe to Grind, Christmas Slay, Bad Moon); horror journalist, artist and actor Billy Chainsaw (Space Monsters magazine, Bizarre magazine, Cry Wolf, Strippers Vs Werewolves) and more!

Wyntercon takes place from Friday 31st October until Sunday 2nd November 2014 at the Winter Gardens in the seaside town of Eastbourne. As well as the Classic Horror and Cult Movie Zone you will also find a superb Comic Zone, Table Top & RPG Gaming Zone, Sci-Fi Interactive Zone, a Charity Auction, Laser Quest Arena, Wyntercon Ball, movie screenings, special guests and yes….even more! Eastbourne has never seen an event of this magnitude so make sure you book your tickets before they sell out!

If you’re a trader and would like to book a stall at this prestigious genre event just follow this LINK.

Follow @WynterCon on TWITTER.

Like Wyntercon on FACEBOOK.

BUY TICKETS HERE!

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STALLS WANTED FOR ALL-DAY HORROR EVENT IN BOURNEMOUTH IN JANUARY!

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Cinema Surgery is a cool new horror event launching in Bournemouth on Sunday 19th January 2014 – from 10am to 4pm there will be a movie and TV Memorabilia Fair with stands selling videos, DVDs, books, magazines, posters, stills, clothing and much more – entry just £3.00!!  There are still a few slots open for those wishing to have a stall at the Memorabilia Fair so just email Gary Baxter at Cinema Surgery (gsbaxter303@hotmail.com) if you’re interested – and the great news is, there’s NO CHARGE to have a stall! Fang-tastic!

There will also be special guests Caroline Munro (Dracula AD1972, The Spy Who Loved Me, Golden Voyage of Sinbad, Maniac), Emily Booth (Horror Channel, Evil Aliens, Doghouse, Inbred), Damien Thomas (Twins of Evil, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, Blakes 7) and Space Monsters Magazine‘s very own Cyberschizoid (Classic Horror Campaign, Frighten Brighton, British Horror Film Festival).

From 5pm – 8pm there will be a special screening of two Caroline Munro movies followed by a Q & A with the star herself. Up first is the Bournemouth premiere of brand new horror short The Landlady and this is followed by a special presentation by Arrow Video of Munro’s classic 80′s slasher Slaughter High – all this for only a fiver – tickets available on the day, first come, first served.

There are still a few slots open for those wishing to have a stall at the Memorabilia Fair so just message Cinema Surgery on Facebook or email Gary Baxter (gsbaxter303@hotmail.com) if you’re interested. And don’t forget, you’ll also be able to buy copies of Space Monsters Magazine including the brand new issue 3 on the day!

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JOIN “SPACE MONSTERS MAGAZINE”, CAROLINE MUNRO, EMILY BOOTH AND DAMIEN THOMAS AT “CINEMA SURGERY” – HORROR EVENT!

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Looking ahead to early next year Space Monsters Magazine would like to invite you to join us for a cool horror event in Bournemouth on Sunday 19th January 2014 –  Cinema Surgery! From 10am to 4pm there will be a movie and TV Memorabilia Fair with stands selling videos, DVDs, books, magazines, posters, stills, clothing and much more – entry just £3.00!! There will also be special guests Caroline Munro (Dracula AD1972, The Spy Who Loved Me, Golden Voyage of Sinbad, Maniac), Emily Booth (Horror Channel, Evil Aliens, Doghouse, Inbred), Damien Thomas (Twins of Evil, Sinbad and the Eye of the Tiger, Blakes 7) and Space Monsters Magazine‘s very own Cyberschizoid (Classic Horror Campaign, Frighten Brighton, British Horror Film Festival).

From 5pm – 8pm there will be a special screening of two Caroline Munro movies followed by a Q & A with the star herself. Up first is the Bournemouth premiere of brand new horror short The Landlady and this is followed by a special presentation by Arrow Video of Munro’s classic 80’s slasher Slaughter High – all this for only a fiver – tickets available on the day, first come, first served.

There are still a few slots open for those wishing to have a stall at the Memorabilia Fair so just message Cinema Surgery over on Facebook if you’re interested. And don’t forget, you’ll also be able to buy copies of Space Monsters Magazine including the brand new issue 3 on the day! So save up your pennies, put the 19th January 2014 in your calendars and join us at Cinema Surgery at The Winchester, 39 Poole Hill, The Triangle, Bournemouth, BH2 5BW. Be there…and be scared!

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FOUR DAYS OF FANGS, FUN, FREAKY SCI-FI FLICKS AND FEARSOME FRIGHT FILMS!

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So, Halloween is over and with snow on the way most people are now looking forward to Christmas but Space Monsters Magazine is already looking forward to next October and the 2014 Bram Stoker International Film Festival! We had such an amazing time this year and were made to feel so welcome by the festival organisers and the wonderful people of Whitby that we can’t wait for next year’s event which is going to be bigger than ever running for five days from 23rd to the 27th October 2014!

At this year’s festival there were numerous world and UK premieres of brand new horror feature films and shorts, a separate screening room for classic sci-fi, horror and B-movie fans, a spooktacular Dark Art exhibition, a Space Monsters Magazine stall, horror talks and film lectures. You could also dress up and attend the legendary Vampire Ball, the 1880’s night, cabaret, live bands, magic and more!

And that’s not all; Whitby is a stunningly beautiful historic town which is forever linked with the legend of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and fully embraces its gothic and horror film fan visitors. There are hundreds of independent shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as the Dracula Experience, Whitby abbey, gorgeous scenery and the best fish and chips in Yorkshire. If these aren’t enough reasons to attend next year’s Bram Stoker International Film Festival then check out the pics below and check out the Cyberschizoid website for an even bigger Bram Stoker International Film Festival gallery!

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HORROR HOST BUNNY GALORE INTERVIEWS “SPACE MONSTERS” EDITOR AT BRITISH HORROR FILM FESTIVAL!

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Space Monsters editor Cyberschizoid (A.K.A. Richard Gladman) was recently asked to join the panel of judges at this year’s British Horror Film Festival which took place at the Empire Cinema, Leicester Square on the 18th and 19th October and met up with Sky TV’s Horror Host Bunny Galore! Not only does Bunny present cult movies, she also interviews horror film stars, directors and celebrities as well as being a burlesque singer at the Cafe de Paris in London and a veteran panto performer! During the festival Bunny took time out to talk to Cyberschizoid about Space Monsters magazine and you can watch the interview below. The segment also includes a chat with “Entity” director Steve Stone and “Serial Kaller” director Dan Brownlie.

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“SPACE MONSTERS” EDITOR JOINS PANEL OF JUDGES AT PRESTIGIOUS BRITISH HORROR FILM FESTIVAL

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Space Monsters Magazine editor, Cyberschizoid (A.K.A. Richard Gladman) has been asked to join the panel of judges alongside media lecturer Doctor Karen (Classic Horror Campaign) Oughton and director Dan (Serial Kaller) Brownlie at this year’s prestigious British Horror Film Festival in London. With their scariest line-up yet, the new British Horror “Haunted: After Dark” awards and an after-party at the swanky Hippodrome, this is going to be one terrifying event! Be prepared for psychics, scary demons and Serbian ghosts keeping you up all night!

YOU CAN BUY YOUR TICKETS FOR THE FESTIVAL FROM THIS LINK!

Here are the British Horror Film Festival nominations for this year’s awards. Steve Stone’s Entity starring Dervla Kirwan, Charlotte Riley and Branko Tomovic picked up nominations in six categories, including Best Feature Film, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Cinematography and British Horror Award. The Award Ceremony will take place Saturday 19th October 2013 at the glitzy Empire Cinema, Leicester Square in London.

The full list of nominees for this year’s British Horror Film Festival ‘Haunted’ Awards are:

BEST FEATURE FILM

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Fortune Cookie Prophecies

In The House Of Flies

BEST DIRECTOR

Belly Of The Wolf – Dir. by Mark Fisher

Entity – Dir. by Steve Stone

The Meeting – Dir. by Karen Lam

Left Hand Billy In The Second Solution – Dir. by Gabriele Zuccarini

Honeymoon Suite – Dir. by Zao Wang

BEST ACTOR

Ryan Kotack – In The House Of Flies

Nick Moran – 82

Andrew Arrasmith – Sleep Now In The Fire

Finn Morrell – Belly Of The Wolf

Branko Tomovic – Entity

Skyy John – Left Hand Billy In The Second Solution

BEST ACTRESS

Maia Elsey – Belly Of The Wolf

Lindsay Smith – In The House Of Flies

Karly Warkentin – The Meeting

Charlotte Riley – Entity

Hephzibah Roe – Spira

Adelita Rockhill – Dia De Los Muertos

BEST CINEMATOGRAPHY

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Decapoda Shock

Sleep Now In The Fire

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BEST MUSIC

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Decapoda Shock

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BEST SHORT FILM

Spira

Tumbling After

Left Hand Billy In The Second Solution

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Honeymoon Suite

The Meeting

Moment of Clarity

Belly Of The Wolf

Dia De Los Muertos

Vengeance Rhythm

Sleep Now In The Fire

Happy Birthday Mr. Zombie

Lonely Hearts

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RAY HARRYHAUSEN CLASSIC SCI-FI DOUBLE BILL!

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Cyberschizoid and Space Monsters Magazine present an afternoon of classic science-fiction movies at one of London’s premiere boutique cinema venues featuring the iconic stop-motion animation of Ray Harryhausen!

* EARTH VS THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956)

* FIRST MEN IN THE MOON (1964)

* Sunday 16th June @3pm

* Roxy Bar & Screen, Borough High Street, London Bridge

* Only £6 admission!

* Bar opens 1pm – food available

* Special Guest!

* Tickets on sale now from We Got Tickets!

EARTH VS THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956) – Warning! Take cover! See cities destroyed by UFO’s! An exciting fifties sci-fi classic with eye-popping special effects.

FIRST MEN IN THE MOON (1964) – Light-hearted British science-fiction film based on the classic H.G. Wells novel.

Remember those halcyon days when BBC2 would air regular Saturday night horror double bills and classic sci-fi movie seasons every week on television? Now you can experience the thrill of rocket ships, space monsters and alien invasions in the comfort of the coolest cinema in town!

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