Thirteen really is a lucky number for horror fans as there are not just one but two fangtastic film events on Saturday 13th February! We’ve already told you about the Film Fair at Camden but now we can announce Screen Queens at the Roxy Bar & Screen hosted by British actress Eileen Daly! Known to horror fans for her starring role as vampire Lilith Silver in Jake West’s cult classic Razor Blade Smile and countless other fear flicks (including The Amityville Asylum, Cradle of Fear, Braincell) Eileen has recently achieved new heights of fame and a whole new fanbase via her appearances on the top-rated reality tv shows Big Brother and The X Factor!

Eileen is a girl of many talents, owner of her production company Eileen Daly Productions where she writes, directs and produces ghost hunting shows along with many feature films that are not for the faint-hearted and at Screen Queens she will be premiering her two brand new films First Bite and Hollywood Betrayed! There will also be music, Q & A’s, burlesque, vintage and designer stalls and more!

Start time is 1pm and you can buy tickets in advance from Eileen’s Official Website – but hurry! Numbers are limited!









The long-running movie memorabilia event Camden Film Fair has a very special guest lined up for their next show – popular British actress Eileen Daly! Known to horror fans for her starring role as vampire Lilith Silver in Jake West’s cult classic Razor Blade Smile and countless other fear flicks (including The Amityville Asylum, Cradle of Fear, Braincell) Eileen has recently achieved new heights of fame and a whole new fanbase via her appearances on the top-rated reality tv shows Big Brother and The X Factor!

Eileen is a girl of many talents, owner of her production company Eileen Daly Productions where she writes, directs and produces ghost hunting shows along with many feature films that are not for the faint-hearted!

Not only will you get to meet Eileen Daly, who will be signing autographs and chatting to fans on the day, 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!

Eileen’s guest appearance takes place on Saturday 12th December at the legendary Electric Ballroom from 9:30am – 3:30pm – 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 info@midnight-media.net – or you can call on 01832 731774 (10am – 6pm).


The Camden Film Fair is held 6 times a year at Camden’s legendary ELECTRIC BALLROOM

The Electric Ballroom, 184 Camden High Street, London, NW1 8QP

There are up to 60 stands selling movie memorabilia including: DVD, Blu-ray, video, magazines, books, posters, stills, autographs, programmes, soundtracks, postcards and more. There are also regular appearances by very special guests from the worlds of cinema and television!

Not only that but Space Monsters magazine will be there selling magazines (including our own of course!), books, DVDs and more! Come and see us and say hi!

Next show – Saturday 13th February 2016



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Often referred to as Britain’s “First Lady of Fantasy”, Caroline Munro started her career as a model in the sixties and took roles in numerous British horror movies leading to a long and varied career in the film industry. Munro was a Bond girl in The Spy Who Loved Me, starred in her own sci-fi vehicle Starcrash and was cast as the female lead in notorious 80’s slasher flick Maniac. Never one to rest on her laurels, Caroline now has her own column in Space Monsters magazine, is working on several movie, television and book projects and continues to be a hugely popular guest at film conventions around the world.

Here at Space Monsters magazine we decided it was about time to not only celebrate Caroline’s illustrious past but to bring her back into the public consciousness by looking at what she is doing now as well as Munro’s plans for the future.

So today we launch CAROLINE MUNRO WEEK where we will be sharing news, comments, features, exclusive pics and a few words from the lady herself! If you are on Twitter start sharing our posts and your own memories and pictures of Caroline using the hashtag #CelebrateCarolineMunro.

To start our celebrations we are offering the Official Caroline Munro Poster Magazine at a bargain sale price of only £6.95 over on Amazon.co.uk – and remember, we ship worldwide – that includes the USA, Japan, Europe, Australia, Canada, Australia and the UK! This very special, limited edition publication is an exclusive magazine put together by Caroline, Space Monsters editor Cyberschizoid and publishing legend Dez Skinn which folds out into a giant poster almost 2 feet by 3 feet. Features and articles include an extensive filmography (the most up-to-date ever!), a personal message from Caroline Munro, a brand new interview, gorgeous photographs (many from Caroline’s private collection) and more!


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Caroline’s own column “The Caroline Munro Diaries” appears in Space Monsters Magazine from issue 4 onwards!

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Horror Fest Returns – Bigger & Bloodier Than Ever

“If these films don’t make your skin crawl…it’s on too tight!”


Paul Cotgrove is having a party. Jason and Freddy are too scared to come. But you’ll have one Hell of a time…

That’s the promise from the impresario behind Southend’s hugely successful Horror-on-Sea Film Festival, as the event returns for a third-successive year.

The fun starts on Friday 23rd January at the event’s regular haunt, the Park Inn by Radisson Palace hotel located at the top of Pier Hill, with the second part – the Rest of the Fest – running from Friday 30 January at the White Bus Cinema, in the TAP building, on North Road, Southend.

“The reputation of the festival is already such that I was inundated with entries for next January’s event,” explains Paul. “Also, the standard of the submissions is so good, that I just had to give the work the audience it deserves – and that meant making the festival bigger.”

Not only will this be welcome news for the local eek-onomy but also die-hard fans, as Paul and his colleagues at the White Bus have negotiated discounted accommodation rates available at the festival’s principal venue, the Park Inn by Radisson Palace Hotel, overlooking the seafront and world-famous pier.


The 2015 edition of Horror-on-Sea will feature nearly sixty brand new, independent horror films from thirteen countries around the world; including the USA, Belgium, Finland, Serbia, Portugal and Australia.

Highlights will include a screening of Spencer Estabrooks’ monsterific Sharkasaurus (from 3pm, Sunday 25 January) followed by a discussion with the cast and crew, a Grime House Premiere (from 8pm, Sunday 25 January) – in which a short made during the Festival will be screened for the very first time and the return of the ever-popular writer and director, Pat Higgins (KillerKiller, Hellbride, Trash House, Bordello Death Tales). Pat will be delivering a masterclass, in his own inimitable style, about How Not To Make A Horror Movie (Saturday 24 January, at 3pm).

The bill promises an absolutely monster smorgasbord of spine-chilling terror, with zombies, serial killers, call girls, vampires, werewolves and conjoined twins running amok. As ever, the movie’s titles are equally bizarre and, in some cases, bafflingly prosaic; such as Potty Mouth, Kill, Granny Kill! and Bernard.

And Space Monsters Magazine ‘s newest celebrity columnist, actress and producer Dani Thompson will be there to introduce the premieres of two of her recent horror films Serial Kaller and Axe to Grind both co-starring American genre legend Debbie Rochon. Dani is currently preparing to shoot a new sci-fi monster film called GirlForce with Dave Prowse (Star Wars), Francoise Pascal (Mind Your Language, The Iron Rose) and Alex Reid (actor, cage fighter, singer and charity fundraiser) as well as completing production on the new werewolf flick Bad Moon Rising.

“It’s really exciting and gratifying to see so many people wanting to come and support Horror-on-Sea,” Paul says. “To think that the guys who made Sharkasaurus are travelling all the way from Canada to join us shows how important the festival is becoming for this area of film-making. What’s more, Horror-on-Sea is becoming an important date in the calendar – not just for fans of the genre but also budding writers, producers, directors and actors. To have something that is not only brilliant fun and great value entertainment but also inspiring and educational is very satisfying.”

Just as with the previous festivals, tickets for Horror-on-Sea won’t cost you an arm and a leg – unlike some of the ‘victims’ in the films! Prices stay at just £5 per film, £20 for a Day Pass and for the serious fans a Weekend Pass – that gets you into everything – offers unbeatable value deal at just £50. For a full list of all the films and booking details, check out www.horror-on-sea.co.uk


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Sci-Fi, Horror and B-Movie fans! Catch up on your back issues of SPACE MONSTERS MAGAZINE and MONSTER MAG in our exclusive Amazon sale!! We have the lowest prices online as well as special multipack deals on the greatest monster movie magazine in the galaxy!

Check out this Amazon.co.uk LINK for our SPACE MONSTERS MAGAZINE offers including issues signed exclusively by Britain’s First Lady of Fantasy CAROLINE MUNRO!

Check out this Amazon.co.uk LINK for our MONSTER MAG offers! Do YOU dare open up the goriest poster magazine ever published?

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The next Camden Film Fair is taking place on Saturday 6th December from 10am – 4pm at the Electric Ballroom (next to Camden Tube Station) and features two special guests that cross the generations. Classic horror film actor Paul Stockman (Dr Blood’s Coffin, Konga, The Skull) joins rising star British scream queen Dani Thompson (Serial Kaller, Cute Little Buggers, Axe to Grind, Christmas Slay, Fragments of Fear) for a day of signing autographs, taking pictures and chatting to fans.

At the last Camden Film Fair there was an unexpected appearance by Jason Voorhees from the Friday 13th movies so watch out for more surprises on Saturday 6th December!

Held six times a year at the legendary Electric Ballroom, 184 Camden High Street, London, NW1 8QP, Camden Film Fair is now looking for even more stall holders to sell horror, sci-fi, books, comics, toys and other movie and TV-related merchandise to its ever-increasing number of customers so if you would like to book a stand at any of the upcoming events or require more information just email info@midnight-media.net or call 01832 731774 (10am – 6pm)!


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Saturday 2nd May  2015

Saturday 27th June  2015

Saturday 8th August  2015

Saturday 10th October  2015

Saturday 12th December  2015

Camden Film Fair – www.midnight-media.net/id10.html

Camden Film Fair on Facebook- www.facebook.com/CamdenFilmFair

Dani Thompson – http://www.dani-thompson.com/

Paul Stockman – http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0830889/


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Space Monsters issue 6 is going to be a very special issue featuring  a celebration of our columnist Caroline Munro including  overviews of Starcrash and Golden Voyage of Sinbad, a Caroline Munro double cover, a look at Captain Kronos with specially commissioned poster art by Billy Chainsaw, The Caroline Munro Diaries (written by the lady herself) and lots more!

We need your letters for this issue with YOUR memories of Caroline…tell us about when you met her, your favourite Caroline Munro films and why you’re a fan of Britain’s First Lady of Fantasy!
Just email us at spacemonstersmag@yahoo.co.uk
Spread the word! Who knows? YOU could end up in print in Space Monsters issue 6!!!!


You can also now order LIMITED EDITION copies of Space Monsters magazine issues 4 and 5 specially approved and autographed by Caroline Munro herself! The perfect gift for any Caroline Munro fan!



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The sleepy seaside resort town of Eastbourne on Britain’s south coast is preparing for an invasion; an invasion of horror movie stars, Doctor Who monsters, superhero cosplayers, comic book artists, celebrity guests, cult movie screenings and an army of genre fans, geeks and geekesses! They will all be heading to Eastbourne to take part in Wyntercon 2014, a massive multi-genre convention which encompasses horror, sci-fi, fantasy, superheroes, comics and more over three days from Friday 31st October – Sunday 2nd November.

As well as all the merchandise stalls, panels, celebrity signings, Laser Quest and cosplay taking place during the daytime, there are some pretty awesome events happening on Friday and Saturday evenings as Wyntercon takes over the whole town! On Friday night you won’t want to miss the Halloween Masquerade Ball on Eastbourne Pier! Saturday evening Wyntercon takes over the entire three-screen independent Curzon Cinema with a slew of cult movie screenings including Blade Runner, Dark Crystal, classic horror and brand new sci-fi shocker Hungerford! There will also be an alternative music night featuring live bands and DJ and free entry to the local TJ’s Nightclub!

Special guests over the three days include Francoise Pascal, Dani Thompson, Cyberschizoid, Dez Skinn, Titan Defender Pushka, Virginia Hey, Fragments of Fear, Space Monsters Magazine, Billy Chainsaw, Jason Wright, Jonathan Glendening and tons more from the worlds of film, television, comics, special effects, books, artists and publishing!

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.



Comic Book Zone run by some of the best artists in the UK

Classic horror and cult movie zone

Table Top & RPG Gaming Zone

My3DTwin – get a 3D model of yourself at the convention

Charity Auction

Art Exhibitions from our artists in residence

Laser Quest Arena in The Madness Zone

Resident SFX Make-Up Artists from Silent Studios & Costumers

Green Screen & Portrait Photographic Booths

WynterCon Ball & Best in Show Cos-play Competitions

UK’s largest certified collection of Blade Runner props and memorabilia

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Exciting news Space Cadets! Hammer Horror and fantasy film icon CAROLINE MUNRO is joining Space Monsters magazine from issue 4 as our new columnist! The still stunning ex-Bond girl is a fan favourite at horror, sci-fi and fantasy film festivals throughout the world and will be sharing her movie memories as well as keeping her fans up to date with all of her upcoming appearances, movies, TV shows and other exciting projects in The Caroline Munro Diaries!

To celebrate Caroline joining the crew of Space Monsters we are running a special COMPETITION on Twitter! Just follow the @SpaceMonstersMa twitter account and tell us why you’re a Caroline Munro fan using the hashtag #SpaceMonstersCompetition! You can enter as many times as you like and Caroline and Space Monsters editor Cyberschizoid will pick a winner from all the entries received! The winner will receive an autographed copy of Space Monsters issue 4 and a specially commissioned A4 print of exclusive Caroline Munro art both signed by Caroline herself!

Don’t forget you can still order the Space Monsters magazine Multipack of issues 2 and 3 exclusively from Amazon.co.uk for only £7.5o (plus shipping) for BOTH issues! That’s 160 pages of monster movie reviews, features, exclusive artwork, interviews, fangtastic fotos and much, much more!

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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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