Now in it’s 31st year, The Film Fair at Camden just keeps getting bigger and better and starts off 2016 with three special guests who have all made an impact in the world of horror! First up is the British horror legend Emily Booth, star of numerous independent horror films (including Evil Aliens, Doghouse, Inbred), magazine columnist, writer, producer, director and presenter on the Horror Channel – is there anything this girl can’t do?

Next we have movie poster artist Graham Humphreys who has gained legions of fans over the years due to his amazing talent and winning personality. Throughout the eighties Graham designed and illustrated UK movie campaigns such as Dream Demon, Basket Case, Evil Dead and the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise and today seems busier than ever with his work on numerous DVD releases, various commissions as well as exhibitions of his work.

Finally we have popular television star Nicholas Ball who appeared in arguably the greatest ever episode of the Hammer House of Horror tv series – “The House That Bled to Death”! Ball has also starred in EastEnders, Footballers’ Wives, the sci-fi horror movie Lifeforce and the successful detective show Hazell.

There are also a whole ton of stalls specialising in movie memorabilia, horror merchandise, monster magazines, DVDs, posters, T-shirts, books and so much more for the dedicated film and horror fan and this all takes place at the legendary Electric Ballroom from 10:00am – 4:00pm – right next to Camden Town tube station – and the entrance is only £3 for adults!!!

The Camden Film Fair is looking to expand and is particularly interested in traders who deal in comics, vinyl (including movie soundtracks), movie related toys (including Star Wars and other fantasy blockbusters old and new), horror film clothing and collectibles and Manga merchandise so if you would like to book a stand or require more information just email Camden Film Fair at – or you can call on 01832 731774 (10am – 6pm).

13th February, 16th April, 25th June, 3rd September, 22nd October, 10th December (all Saturdays).





Those frighteningly awesome folk at the Horror Channel have done it again! Yep, their awesome season of Hammer Horror Saturday Night Double Bills is back from November 7th including some very cool network premieres. Now you can relive those halcyon days of the old BBC Horror Double Bills (sort of!) in the comfort of your own home. So snuggle up with your very own Bride of Frankenstein, Husband from Outer Space or Best Fiend and let’s see what’s on offer in the coming weeks…

November 7th – The Curse Of The Werewolf/The Gorgon
The Curse Of The Werewolf was Oliver Reed’s first big screen lead and he excels as Leon Corledo, a young man raised in the home of Don Alfredo Corledo (Clifford Evans), his kind and loving adopted father. When he leaves to find work, Leon discovers that he has increasingly violent urges each full moon. Although these tendencies are calmed by Leon’s love for the beautiful Christina (Catherine Feller), he ultimately cannot contain his curse, given to his raped mother, and transforms into a werewolf, terrorising the Spanish countryside. A mysterious monster is turning people to stone in a German village in The Gorgon. When his girlfriend is killed, Bruno (Jeremy Longhurst) becomes the prime suspect. His ensuing suicide seems to confirm his guilt, but professor Carl Maister (Christopher Lee) isn’t so sure. He thinks one of the villagers is possessed by the spirit of Megaera, sister to Medusa. Among the possible culprits are Dr. Namaroff (Peter Cushing), gorgeous nurse Carla (Barbara Shelley) and a mental patient

Saturday 14th – The Revenge Of Frankenstein/The Two Faces Of Doctor Jekyll
The second in the Hammer Frankenstein series and considered Terence Fisher’s best, General practitioner (Peter Cushing), now residing in the village of Carlsbruck is none other than our old friend, Victor Frankenstein. No one seems unduly concerned when the patients in a charity clinic begin losing their arms and legs during Dr. Stein’s emergency operations — no one except his young rival, Dr. Kleve (Kerwin Mathews). Full of clever (if gory) touches, The Revenge Of Frankenstein is among the best of Hammer Studio’s late-1950s films. Originally released in the UK as House Of Fright, The Two Faces Of Doctor Jekyll is a film version of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Paul Massie plays Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde who wants to exact revenge on Paul Allen (Christopher Lee), who has been siphoning off Jekyll’s savings to finance his own gambling and womanising. In contrast to Stevenson’s story, director Terence Fisher ensures that there’s enough twists and turns to keep horror fans guessing.

Saturday 21st – The Evil Of Frankenstein/The Brides Of Dracula
Directed by Freddy Francis, The Evil Of Frankenstein is the third in the Hammer Frankenstein series, which sees Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) return destitute to his home village to recommence his experimental research into the reanimation of dead tissue. He stumbles upon his old monster suspended in ice and although he revives the creature, Frankenstein must seek the help of hypnotist Zoltan (Peter Woodthorpe) to repair its mind. Zoltan then assumes control of the monster, using him to wreak havoc. Director Terence Fisher followed the excellent Horror Of Dracula with the richly-coloured sequel The Brides Of Dracula. Though imprisoned in the family estate by his mother, Baron Meinster (David Peel) is released from his silver chains by an unsuspecting French teacher (Yvonne Monlaur), through which he gains access to a number of young women at a girls’ school. Fortunately, master vampire killer Dr. Van Helsing (Peter Cushing) is on the case. This is one of the first Hammer films to delve into the more sexual aspects of vampirism, with implicit suggestions of sadomasochism and homosexuality.

Saturday 28th – Night Creatures/Blood From The Mummy’s Tomb
Set in the 18th-century, Night Creatures is a engaging costume melodrama of skulduggery and stars Captain Collier (Patrick Allen), who is sent, with his crew, to investigate some coastal smuggling. However, when mysterious swamp phantoms appear, Captain Collier suspects that the odd village vicar (Peter Cushing) might be hiding something, and what better way to do that than by creating fortuitous ghosts to scare them away… Blood From The Mummy’s Tomb was the swan song for director Seth Holt who died shortly before filming was completed. An expedition led by Professor Fuchs (Andrew Keir) finds the cursed tomb of an evil Egyptian princess and discovers her perfectly preserved, severed hand, which sports a dazzling ruby ring. Several years later, Fuchs gives the ring to his young daughter (Valerie Leon), whereupon she slowly begins to take on the malevolent traits of its original wearer.







Wyntercon is the premier multi-genre event on the South Coast of England. Now in it’s second year, boasting a bewildering array of attractions, events and fun for the whole family. If you’re into science-fiction, comics, steampunk, role-playing games, cosplay, classic horror or anything a bit out of this world, then there will be something for you!

Returning to the Winter Garden, in the heart of Eastbourne, this year’s convention takes place from 31st October to 1st November 2015 and is definitely THE place to be this Halloween!

Special guests include horror stars Caroline Munro (Dracula AD 1972, Maniac, I Don’t Want to be Born) and Emily Booth (The Horror Channel, Evil Aliens, Doghouse) alongside Farscape‘s Virginia Hey, Doctor Who‘s Terry Molloy, Red Dwarf‘s Norman Lovett, Space:1999 and Star Wars actress Pam Rose and many more!

Special attractions include the Classic Horror Zone sponsored by Space Monsters, Cosmo’s Toys and Shocker Magazine; Tim Burton’s Batmobile; the Iron Throne from Game of Thrones and the ED-209 robot from Robocop!

You will also find tons of comic book artists; more special guests (including publisher Dez Skinn and author Robert Rankin); a myriad of merchandise stalls; interactive and creative events for the kids; Cosplay Competitions and much more!

In the evenings there are separate events – The Retro Alien Invasion Cabaret on Friday 30th October and The Wyntercon Halloween Party on Saturday 31st October hosted by Horror Host and actress Bunny Galore – so dress to impress!

For tickets or more information just head to the Official WynterCon




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Due to popular request we are now offering high quality Space Monsters Magazine T-shirts exclusively via Great British Horror the classic & contemporary horror clothing company! Great British Horror have earned their reputation as the “go to” destination for horror T-shirts featuring iconic designs from American Werewolf in London, The Curse of Frankenstein, Dr Phibes, Hellraiser, Night of the Demon, Carrie, Dawn of the Dead, Zombie Flesh Eaters and many more!

Check out these Out of This World Space Monsters designs below featuring the best of our front cover art (by Woody Welch & Andy Lambert), never-seen-before variant cover designs and more. Click on the images below to get straight through to the Great British Horror website and place your order!

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“SPACE MONSTERS” magazine launched in the summer of 2013 and we’ve been extremely proud of our vibrant cover art (all covers by Woody Welch except issue 6 which was created by Andy Lambert) and the positive feedback we’ve consistently received from our readers. With six issues under our belt (including two variant covers) we would like to get some feedback from you about your favourite cover art so far and what you’d like to see in the future!

Don’t forget, you can order current and back issues of Space Monsters magazine HERE and Space Monsters T-shirts HERE!

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Our Special Offer BARGAIN PRICE  for Space Monsters issue 4 over at comes to an end on May 31st so hurry on over and order your copy now to avoid disappointment! This is our GODZILLA and GIANT MONSTER MOVIES special with tons of kaiju coverage as well as a brand new regular column from movie star Caroline Munro, a look at Kolchak: The Night Stalker, Logan’s Run, Hammer’s Frankenstein movies and tons more!

And that’s not all! We also have a Space Monsters Multipack offer on Amazon featuring issues 2 and 3 together for a very special BARGAIN PRICE! That’s 160 pages of monster movie action, classic sci-fi, Hammer Horror, sexy space babes, celebrity columnists and more in the best deal in the galaxy! If you already have these issues, why not buy copies for your friends, kids, parents or partner – everyone loves a good creature feature!

Here are just some of the great things our readers are saying about us:

“Space Monsters is outstanding. It brings original and useful information to enthusiasts of the genre (not just second hand information scraped off the internet). It is beautifully illustrated (frequently with original art), and the layout and sub-editing (the usual pitfalls for fanzines) are meticulous. Space Monsters gives the reader the best of both worlds, the production values of publications available on the high street, with the depth and enthusiasm that can only be provided by publications run by true fans.” – Chris Lewis

“I cannot recommend this highly enough.” – Amazon customer

“Space Monsters carries on the wonderful memorial work of well-known works like Dennis Gifford’s Pictorial History of Monster Movies or Alan Frank’s Horror Movies. Even the immortal Famous Monsters of Filmland didn’t have the inside dope – Space Monsters does!” – Jon Shipton



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Watch out Emily Booth! The Daleks are about to invade the Horror Channel when the original classic series starts airing on Friday 18th April starting with the very first story An Unearthly Child. This is followed by a Who On Horror themed weekend featuring stories from each of the first seven Doctors and then the show will settle into regular daytime and evening slots every weekday. Check out horror host Emily Booth‘s blog featuring her exclusive interview with Fourth Doctor Tom Baker HERE!

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Where can you find 160 pages of monster movie reviews, classic sci-fi features, exclusive interviews, fangtastic stills and specially commissioned artwork alongside the sexiest space babes and the creepiest cinematic creatures? For a limited time only you can buy Space Monsters Magazine issues 2 and 3 together for only £7.50 (plus P+P) exclusively from!

So if you still haven’t bought Space Monsters issues 2 and 3 or you want to treat your kids or monster-loving friends to the very best of classic horror, sci-fi and fantasy at a bargain price then beam over to Amazon now while stocks last!


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“Hey! Its me again with my second column for Space Monsters and this time contrary to what the title suggests this is not about Frankenstein getting down with some little green men on Mars, but rather a 1960’s semi kinky tale of interplanetary breeding! Have I got your attention now? Good, then I’ll begin.

It’s 1965, the same year as the first human space walk, the first landing on the moon was still 4 years away but it seemed the one question on everyone’s mind in the 60’s (apart from where to score some LSD and get laid?) was “Is there life on Mars?” This fertile theme fed our beloved Sci Fi Horror genre for a good two decades and while this little gem starts life out as your typical ‘first space mission to Mars gone wrong’ movie, it soon takes a rather more kitsch turn…”

You can read the full review of trash classic Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster by the UK’s Mistress of Horror Emily Booth in issue 3 of Space Monsters magazine.

 If you’re wondering where you can grab your copy of Space Monsters (either print or digital) then check out the list and links below to find your easiest option!
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Classic Horror Campaign

Dead Good Publishing Ltd (Digital Version)

Hemlock Books

The Cinema Store – 5 Upper St Martin’s Lane, London WC2H 9NY

Blackwell’s University Bookshop – 

(University of Sheffield, Mappin Street,Sheffield,S1 4DT)

London Film Memorabilia Convention – Saturday 29th March 2014

Camden Film Fair – Saturday 22nd February 2014

Ninth Circle – various festivals and events throughout 2014

Psychotronic Store

Scary Monsters Scare Store

Suspect Video – (605 Markham Street * Toronto * Ontario * Canada * M6G 2L7)

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Space Monsters magazine launched this summer to much critical acclaim and commercial success and we are looking to expand our readership even more in 2014. We are looking for independent comic, sci-fi and book stores across the UK (and overseas) who are interested in selling Space Monsters to their customers through their high street or online shops. For more information on dealer/shop rates just drop us a quick email at and we’ll get right back to you.

As an added incentive, we are offering a free advertisement in our next available issue for any shops which sell Space Monsters magazine as well as supporting promotions through our websites and social media outlets reaching thousands of sci-fi and horror fans.

Space Monsters is published quarterly (in January, April, July and October) by Cyberschizoid Publishing and is aimed at fans of classic sci-fi, horror and fantasy in films and television. A fun read for all ages, Space Monsters is 80 pages of retro reviews, interviews, rare stills, exclusive artwork, in-depth features and more. Published in an easy-to-carry A5 format, Space Monsters is the perfect companion for those long bus, train and car journeys and is also available in  full-color digital format from the Dead Good Newsstand.

Since its launch, Space Monsters has attended and supported many horror and sci-fi events including FILM4 FrightFest, the Bram Stoker International Film Festival, the British Horror Film Festival, Hammer Horror Day and Emporiumacabre. We have also received much support and critical acclaim throughout the film and horror industries from Caroline Munro, Emily Booth, Billy Chainsaw, Starburst magazine, Weng’s Chop magazine, Jake West, Eileen Daly, Debbie RochonFrancoise Pascal, Love Horror, The Movie Waffler, The Horror Channel and many more.

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