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It's Thanksgiving This Upcoming Thursday

My how the seasons spin by as we Monster Boom Generation kids have our own kids and the holidays become more and more special. A time for the family to get close again in a warm house. The leaves are brown, the chill has turned to cold and there might even be some flurries outside (there are here this morning as I type).

I started about 20 years ago talking about how much Thanksgiving meals and King Kong merge for my holiday. What? You haven't heard? Well...even if you have, let's kick's warm inside here and Thanksgiving is about to come around again.

Thanksgivings were magic for me back in the late sixties and early seventies. We lived in State College, PA at that time (my parents and sister still do, I moved to the Pittsburgh area in the 1980s). We had early cable in 1968. It was Centre Video. If we didn't have cable, we only got three channels...Altoona, Johnstown (fuzzy),and University Park - PBS. I don't count Channel 16 from Scranton, it came in only sometimes, fuzzy, with a lot of rabbit ear antenna struggling.

But, with this "new thing" - cable...we got eight channels in 1968! Imagine that - eight channels to choose from. And, believe it or not, there was more choices I liked to watch then, than with 200 channels today. It was all because of three New York City stations (technically one was Secaucus, New Jersey): WNEW 5, WOR 9, and WPIX 11. Wow....independents that played an almost non-stop rush of movies from the 1930s-1950s.

On Thanksgiving, Channel 9 started a tradition that would carry on for over a decade. KING KONG on Thanksgiving Day. In fact, if I'm not mistaken, I think there were a few Thanksgivings that KONG played multiple, multiple times during the day. SON OF KONG and MIGHTY JOE YOUNG would be in the mix as well. And, in between things, I'd flip over to Channel 11 for the Thanksgiving showing of MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS! Laurel and Hardy meeting up with those manimals - The Bogeymen. Hideous man-beasts that lived in caverns below the earth.

So, it is with joy, I had Thanksgiving with KING KONG (1933), SON OF KONG (1933), MIGHTY JOE YOUNG (1949), and MARCH OF THE WOODEN SOLDIERS. The combination of Thanksgiving and those movies branding themselves in me. All this while the aroma of baking turkey came from the kitchen. The house, overly warm from the oven being on since the wee hours of the morning. And, that smell of sage meant stuffing (my favorite) was to be had by all too!

During commercial breaks, I would slip out to the kitchen and snitch a green olive and a piece of celery. Sugar cookies had been baked by my mom and my sister.

The meal and family are together, and Carl Denham has captured the biggest gorilla ever. Stan and Ollie have beaten the Bogeymen and the evil Barnaby. Joe Young was climbing a tree and saving a little girl from a burning orphanage. It's all the 8th Wonder of the World.

It's KING KONG, it's Thanksgiving.

I'll be watching all of those films every Thanksgiving. And now, cooking the turkey and making the stuffing with my wife and daughter at Thanksgivings. My daughter knows all too well that Thanksgiving and KING KONG are inseparable. This year, will be the first year that my daughter will not be home on Thanksgiving. She's getting older and will be at her boyfriend's house. Time moves on, ticking, ticking. Mighty Joe Young sheds another tear.

Now in 2018, on this Thanksgiving, my dad, my aunt, cousin, and a few dear Monster Bash staffers are joining us too....they might even catch a glimpse of Skull Island and a giant ape at our house.

From my house to yours, the warmest MONSTER BASH wishes this Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for.

Ron Adams
November 2018
Ligonier, PA

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New! Classic Monsters of the Movies #13 and the New Special

In now and shipping to's the latest CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES magazines. Here are the details:

A guide filmbook to the 1964 Hammer Studio's THE EVIL OF FRANKENSTEIN with Peter Cushing. This luxury publication is produced in full color, with stills, lobby cards and posters illustrating in-depth articles and biographies. Beautiful oversize magazine, heavy stock, all glossy.

In this quality British classic monster magazine: Karloff and Lugosi - Unequal Partners in Crime, Tod Browning - The Troubled Master of Early Gothic, Metamorphosing Monsters, REVENGE OF THE CREATURE - You Can;t Keep A Good Gill-Man Down, 40 Years of HALLOWEEN and more.

Plus, we've just re-stocked on back issues from CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES too. Get your order in now.

You'll find them in our CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES Department, in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand.



New! It's Now Available - MONSTER BASH SPECIAL #4

The MONSTER BASH SPECIAL #4. A magazine dedicated the greatest horror-comedy film of all-time: ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN. 70 Year Anniversary!

All star writers in this special edition: Tom Weaver, Greg Mank, Frank Dello Stritto, Don Smeraldi, Dennis Druktenis, Leonard Hayhurst, Dan Cziraky, Ron Adams and fans.

The background, the history, the rare photos, the love for this classic motion picture.

Get your band spankin' new issue now in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand on-line at Creepy Classics.



Monster Bash Makes it to the Top!

Thanks to Doug and Sonja Mason, MONSTER BASH made it to the top of the Empire State Building. Well, at least a MONSTER BASH magazine and t-shirt!

This is what Doug wrote:

My wife, Sonja Ghaner, and I (Doug Mason) made it to the 102nd floor of The Empire State Building on Boo York City. Also celebrated 200 Years of Frankenstein at The Morgan Library and Museum before seeing a plaque installed at Harry Houdini's home on East 79th Street (now a bar called Sojourn). Then we went to see "King Kong" at The Broadway Theater.

Cheers, Doug Mason

What a journey Doug, sounds like you two had a lot of fun! -Ron



Above: John Kerr and Vincent Price...and a color photo of Luana Anders, John Kerr and Price. Both from THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM (1961).

John Kerr Birthday Remembered

This in from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash reporter Scott Goettel:

Hey Ron,

Here's another birthday of interest for us Monster Bashers.  No doubt we've all seen THE PIT AND THE PENDULUM more times than we can remember, and this actor was Vincent Price's co-star...John Kerr.

John Kerr was born on November 15th, 1931, and passed away at age 81 on February 2nd, 2013.

His many acting credits include SOUTH PACIFIC, two episodes of the TV series SUSPENSE, an uncredited part in the 1955 film THE QUATERMASS EXPERIMENT, another uncredited appearance in the classic KING OF KINGS, THE CROWDED SKY (starring Dana Andrews and Anne Francis), GUNSMOKE, WAGON TRAIN, THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR, THE MOD SQUAD, BARNABY JONES, THE INVISIBLE MAN (TV series), and his last role was in a 1992 episode of THE RAY BRADBURY THEATRE.

A Happy Monster Bashin' Birthday to John Kerr!




Last Show of 2018

Above is a photo of Creepy Classics' booth at the last show of 2018. It was the Williamsburg Nostalgia Convention. Pictured is Joe Russell chatting with a couple of movie fans. We'll be updating our Convention Schedule Page soon as well as all the details on the three big MONSTER BASH shows in 2019. The two hotel shows and the one Palace Theatre show.

We hope to see you in Spring 2019!



Reclaim Your Childhood

Hi Ron,

I know we both used to love ordering Scholastic books, and one of my favorites was one called The Runaway Robot. Like much of our favourite "stuff" it went missing years ago, only to be found again this weekend! Frances was poking around a used book store and spotted a copy, not knowing I've wanted one again for years. She picked it up thinking I "might like it". LOL After I stopped dancing around the living room and hugging her, I was able to settle down again with this old friend. I didn't realize it was written by Sci Fi great Lester Del Rey (the name didn't mean much to me when I was a kid), and I'm happy to say it's still a great read.

I've attached a scan of the book cover-I always loved the classic look of "Rex" the robot!

I hope everyone gets to re-claim a great piece of their childhood like I was this weekend.

-Paul Speidel, Canada

Paul, I had this one as well as a couple other favorites "The Mummy Walks Among Us" and "The Mystery of Castle Croome!" Love all those Scholastic books. -Ron




Here's a great comic submitted by Bruce Tinkel that strikes and nerve (and vein) with all us Monster Kids!



Look Cozy?...You Bet!

The lair of movie monster fan Mike Zielski! It's his "Creepy Roadhouse" theater.

Thanks for submitting the picture, Mike!



TV Horror Host Recovering

This news in from Mitch O'Connell regarding TV horror host The Ghoul:

Send The Ghoul 'Get Well' wishes!
Our beloved horror hosting leader is recovering from heart surgery, so fill his PO Box with your heart felt cards and letters!
PO Box 55603
Macedonia, OH. 44056



New! Blu-Rays and DVD Titles Too

Now shocked at Creepy Blu-Rays:

The last outing for Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing in the Hammer Dracula series. Dracula is the Godfather of evil and Van Helsing attempts to thwart him. James Bond meets Dracula feel. Finally a great, quality print officially available! Includes trailer.

Stars Gordon Scott, Anthony Quale, Sean Connery and Sara Shane. Tarzan is set to protect and defend a village beset by ruthless diamond hunters. A beautiful woman from the civilized world is a distraction of the Lord of the Apes. Colorful action from the story by Edgar Rice Burroughs!

and the new DVDs:

One of the most atmospheric, creepy Charlie Chan films. On a cruise schooner there's mystery, murder and madness. Eerie events may be a ghost on the ship! Sidney Toler is Chan with a supporting cast that includes Sen Yung, George Reeves, Milton Parsons and Katharine Aldridge!

THE 13TH CHAIR (1929/1937 Double Feature) - DVD
Two versions of the dark murder mystery, THE 13th CHAIR. Tod Browning directs the 1929 version which stars Bela Lugosi and the 1937 version features Lewis Stone as the detective. A weird medium, a murder and a house of suspects create the backdrop for this tale of mystery.

Stars Laird Cregar, Linda Darnell and George Sanders. Pianist/composer Cregar is a mild-mannered, courteous psychopathic! On the coat-heels of THE LODGER, this similar Cregar film is, in many ways, better than THE LODGER. Great photography and eerie visions into a world of homicidal insanity.

The four Charlie Chan feature films that were released in 1944. Starring Sidney Toler as the genius detective: THE SECRET SERVICE, THE CHINESE CAT and THE JADE MASK.

Get them in our New Blu-Ray and DVD Department right now...they're here and ready to ship to your dungeon door!




This in from Bashin' Birthday reporter Scott Goettel:

I see where Bobby Clark (who played Jimmy Grimaldi in the original INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS) is now 74.  He was born on November 13th, 1944.

His acting career started in 1949, and lasted through 1964, and it's a quite impressive list of acting credits. 

Happy 74th Bobby!




New! Used Great Movies on DVD...Like Cheap!

The skylight at Creepy Classics opened and DVDs started dropping on our heads! Used, but that makes them affordable!

Here are just a few of the great titles added to our Used DVD Department: THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, THE BRIDE AND THE BEAST (Ed Wood!), ISLE OF THE SNAKE PEOPLE (Karloff), THE PHANTOM CREEPS, NIGHTMARE CASTLE (the elusive Barbara Steele), THE MISTRESS OF ATLANTIS (Rare film starring METROPOLIS' Brigette Helm), HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (Vincent Price, what other version could there REALLY be), THE BEST OF ABBOTT AND COSTELLO VOLUME 3 (Yep, its got MEET FRANKENSTEIN on it), INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN (Chaney Jr.), THE HUMAN MONSTER (Bats for Bela), THE LAST MAN ON EARTH (More Vinnie), THE INVISIBLE GHOST (and more Bela) and many more available....well, right now.

Get them before they're gone...that kid down the block with the new new bike might get the ones you want at Creepy Classics.



A Hero To All Baby Boomers Forward...Stan Lee Gone...But Will Always "Flame On" Forever

Here I am, just catching up on back work when I'm punched between the eyes with the fist on the Incredible Hulk and Thor's Mighty hammer. Comic book writer, editor and publisher, Stan Lee has passed away.

If it weren't for Stan Lee and Forrest J Ackerman the words I write would be lifeless and always dull. Stan taught me how to use words and made me learn "big words" before any English teacher did. While super heroes were being challenged by super villains, Stan was challenging me to learn words like "amok, incredible, annihilation and rampage," when I was five and six years old. He opened my eyes and mind to other dimensions with Doctor Strange along with the pencil and pen of Steve Ditko. The Incredible Hulk was a super-charged Frankenstein thanks to Stan and Jack Kirby. Peter Parker let us know that even the skinny, geek kid could rise above in his own way.

The big three that was just firing up the Marvel Comics Group to become a powerhouse were Stan Lee, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. Jack and Steve were artists and plotters, Stan was the word man. Jack Kirby passed away a few years back, Steve Ditko went in June of this year...and now, Stan. As my friend Mike Adams put really, really is "the end of an era."

Those three were there, getting started with monsters and super heroes. There's no doubt that classic monsters were part of that Marvel movement. Just look at these images:

Of the big three, I only corresponded with one. Steve Ditko. In a letter Steve told me that he loved all the classic monster movies he grew up with. You can see the influences in all three of those guys.

It is up to us now, the baby boomers raised on Marvel Comics, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Mad Magazine and the endless flow of classic movies on carry on. The Merry Marvel Marching Society (I was a member beginning in 1968), marches on. We must carry the torch for fun, creative and imaginative entertainment.

Stan Lee's motto summed up himself, and all of what we can be, in one word...EXCELSIOR!

Excelsior Stan, you will always be part of me.

-Ron Adams, November 2018



New! Used VHS Tapes for Collectors

Now in shock stock, a huge pile of hard-to-find VHS tapes for the video tape collector! Now here: THE GHOUL (1975 with Peter Cushing and Veronica Carlson), GHOULARDI - STAY SICK (TV Horror Host), THE WEREWOLF VS. THE VAMPIRE WOMEN, THE EMBALMER, RETURN OF THE EVIL DEAD (1973), OROCHI - THE EIGHT-HEADED DRAGON (from Toho Studios!), KISS OF DEATH (Christopher Lee), THE WACKY WORLD OF DR. MORGUS (Feature film starring TV Horror Host Morgus), KING KONG (1933/Colorized) and many more!

Get these and hundreds more in our Used VHS Graveyard here at Creepy Classics.



New! Classic Monsters Special: House of Dracula Magazine

Now in shock stock, the latest special from CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES magazine:

A guide filmbook to the 1945 Universal classic HOUSE OF DRACULA. This luxury publication is produced in full color, with stills, lobby cards and posters illustrating in-depth articles and biographies. Beautiful oversize magazine, heavy stock, all glossy.

Get it in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand on-line here at Creepy Classics!



Attention! Godzilla and VHS Collectors

We just added a massive amount of Godzilla and other Japanese giant monster movies on collectible and out-of-print VHS tapes! Get them while you can, only one each of most of them. Here are just some of the boxes:

Find them in our Used VHS Department and New VHS Department here at Creepy Classics.



Happy Birthday To Monster Basher Earl Lisk

A very happy birthday to one of the most film knowledgeable and nicest guys on the MONSTER BASH staff....Earl Lisk.



Coming Again, This Year on Black Friday - Free Prize Packs

It's twelve hours of free prize pack madness. Beginning at 5AM EST we'll have free prize packs of GREAT stuff. We're not talking cheap jack prizes...we mean great DVDs, Blu-Rays, Magazines, T-Shirts and more.

Get ready to freak-out with amazing deals all day 5AM-5PM at Creepy Classics on Black Friday, November 23, 2018. Every hour, a new prize for it here on the Creepy Classics, Monster Bash News Page. Bookmark this page and set your alarm on Friday, November 23.

It all happens here on this web page. Bookmark it NOW!



Philosophy Professor Also Holds a Degree from MONSTER BASH!

This great video was submitted by Dr. Tim Madigan, a philosophy professor, and he promotes his degree in madness from MONSTER BASH! Thank you, Tim! Here's the link....he talk about MONSTER BASH about halfway through after a Lugosi DRACULA clip.

CLICK HERE to see the short video.



New! Various Monster Mags You Want Your Claws On...

Now shocked on our shelves...great magazines:

CLASSIC IMAGES #507 - Newsprint Magazine
The nostalgic newsprint tabloid with great research on classic films and actors. This issue features Boris Karloff! Plus, historian Tom Weaver on SON OF FRANKENSTEIN's Donnie Dunagan, Candace Hilligoss of CARNIVAL OF SOULS and Ann Robinson (WAR OF THE WORLDS), plus more!

REMIND #10 - Magazine
A nostalgia magazine with this special monster movie issue! Lots of photos, poster reproductions and articles: The Creature Still Walks Among Us, 40 Years of HALLOWEEN, Creatures of THE OUTER LIMITS, Inner Sanctum, GODZILLA, THE FLY, Horror Movie Quiz and more.

A great issue of this monster movie magazine from 1974. This issue focuses on vampire films with article: Bela Lugosi's Life and Undeath, THE NIGHT STALKER, Barnabas Collins and DARK SHADOWS, Christopher Lee, Variations of Vampires -- western vampires and MUCH MORE!

Find these great magazines for your collectible library in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand here Creepy Classics.



New! Horror Film Documentaries

Just in at Creepy Classics, four great full-length documentaries on horror film. A biography on master of horror - Christopher Lee, plus the Monster Madness series of documentaries: Golden Age Horror, Counter Culture Films and Mutants - Space Invader Drive-In Movies!

Find them in our Complete DVD Catalog right now at Creepy supply, they won't last long.



Scary Monster Magazine Founding Editor's Halloween

Above are photos sent in by Dennis Druktenis, the founding editor/publisher of SCARY MONSTERS magazine. He's enjoying a desert Halloween with his wife Susan as they were super heroes! Plus, he sent a great photo of a Karloff planter with cactus.

See Dennis' latest article in the new issue of MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE SPECIAL #4. Plus an article by current editor Don Smeraldi.




Photos of Creepy Classics/Monster Bash at This Past October's Chiller Expo

Above: Dan Weber in his Tin Man costume, or maybe warding off alien mind control from a UFO...?

Above: Our friend, Jay attacks in his Creature mask!

Above: The unstoppable Joshua Kennedy in front of Creepy Classics and our banner promoting the premiere of his new movie HOUSE OF THE GORGON!

Above: Get the point? It was a big shopping weekend at Chiller!

Above: Dan Weber and Joe Russell behind the tables for Creepy Classics. "Breaktime!"

Above: That masked man at Creepy Classics! Here to save us from creepy classic movie monsters!



Light-Up Dracula and Tombstone

This in over Halloween from Mike Zielski:

Happy Halloween, Ron!

Got a Halloween tale for you. Driving past the local antiques store the beginning of the month, glancing at their typically eye-catching Halloween display—did I just see Dracula in the window? It looked like a rather large lighted figure in the classic Lugosi outfit…. Checking on the internet when I got home, sure enough, it was one of those lit plastic lawn ornaments made by the Union Products Company from 1946 to 2006. Looked like they never made any other classic monsters…must have been some licensing issues. Anyway, I had to have it, and being offered for just $35, the price was certainly right! They also had a Union Products ghost/tombstone piece inside the shop, so for another $35, they made a nice set. My son’s been visiting from California, and he demanded that Drac and friends stay inside—too good to be subjected to Maine weather…so check them out, in our “unliving room." Sorry…borrowed that line from Paul Frees as Peter Lorre on “My Old Flame,” from the Spike Jones album (now on CD) “A Spooktacular in Screaming Sound,” which used to be in the back pages of “Famous Monster” way back when…

Happy Haunting,
Mike Zielski



Monster Bash June 2019

The Double Tree Hotel has created there own web page for getting room stays for MONSTER BASH June 2019. There aren't many on-site rooms left, so get your now.

CLICK HERE for the Double Tree Room Reservation Site. Use code MTR.

CLICK HERE to get your membership admission.



Ackkkkk! Happy Birthday Ursula Adams

Happy birthday to The Bride of The Monster Bash! Ursula Adams, the best gal on the planet celebrates today on All Saints Day. You've seen her at MONSTER BASH registration...wish her a happy birthday today, November 1!



Check Out The Dwight Frye Appreciation Society!

Join our friends Matt and the gang over at THE DWIGHT FRYE APPRECIATION GROUP! If you love Creepy Classics and Monster Bash, you gotta be a Dwight Frye fan, right? Check out this Facebook Page:




Monster Took Halloween Off To Party

Count Craigula submitted this:

Most of you humans wait until (October 31st, Halloween), once a year you dress up like your favorite ghosts, ghouls, goblins, werewolves, vampires, mummies, and any other monsters that you think are really cool, and then you go out "Trick or Treating," and to fun parties.
We monsters actually like to have fun and party 364 days-a-year, (we take Halloween off), at "The Monster Club" where we can just be ourselves and hang out with all of our monster friends and monster families.
Here is a picture that I took last night at "The Monster Club", and you can see for your (human) selves, that nobody knows how to party better than monsters. Aaaaaaaaaaaawooooooo!

P.S. We want all of you fans to keep watching our old monster movies, we really love getting the residuals. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaawoooooooo!

(Art by: John Bolton)



In Stock! New and Re-Issued DVDs

We've whipped up some new product and are dishing it out!

A handful of DVDs are new, re-issued and in shock stock now at Creepy Classics:

George Zucco, one of our maddest doctors, turns an ape into an ape-man (J. Carroll Naish). Filmed with film noir style and quick pacing. Pass out the bananas and turn down the lights!

Bela Lugosi as Roxor tries to thwart do-gooder Chandu. Lugosi excels as the villain. Nicely filmed with cool sets and a killer-diller death ray!

This is the only time Abbott and Costello met the Creature from the Black Lagoon. It's an old TV broadcast from 1953 where Universal promoted their new monster. Glenn Strange also appears as Frankenstein's Monster. Plus, loads of Abbott and Costello and monster trailers.

SCI-FI TRASH-O-RAMA (Triple Feature) - DVD
A triple feature of low budget horror and science fiction: CREATURE OF DESTRUCTION (1967), THE FLYING SAUCER MYSTERY (1950) and UFO - TARGET EARTH (1974). Plus a bonus collection of science fiction oriented toy commercials!

Triple feature of Christopher Lee films: I, MONSTER (1972), SECRET OF THE RED ORCHID (1962) and SHERLOCK HOLMES AND THE DEADLY NECKLACE (1962).

Get them all in our Complete DVD Catalog or New DVD Department, here at Creepy Classics, just push past those cobwebs and shuffle across the stone crypt...these DVDs are waiting...for you.



New! SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN Limited Release on Blu-Ray

Yes it's here, from the premiere Twilight Time company....a HD transfer of SCREAM AND SCREAM AGAIN (1970) with the titans of terror: Price, Cushing and Lee! Lots of extras!

Limited edition Twilight Time Blu-Ray! Stars Vincent Price, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. World domination is the plan by a sophisticated cult....who will stop at nothing...Horror, science fiction and a touch of James Bond in this 1970 cinema thriller.

Find it in our New Blu-Ray Department at Creepy Classics...hurry, supplies are very limited.



MONSTER BASH is for MONSTER KIDS everywhere of every age!

Make Sure You're Caught Up On Your MONSTER BASH Magazine Collection!

Do you have all of these?

Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, Creature From the Black Lagoon, King Kong, The Phantom of the Opera, Mr. Hyde...they're all here, at home in MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE.

Collect them all....Click Here to get them right from the publisher (us!), new glossy mags shipped bagged and boarded for protection to you!

All at Creepy Classics, right now!



New! The Magazines YOU Want

Now here and in shock stock....CANDID MONSTERS #3 and LITTLE SHOPPE OF HORRORS #41!

Over 120 pages of behind-the-scenes photos, stories and interviews from TV shows that featured....MONSTERS! Editor Ted Bohus goes candid with LOST IN SPACE, THE OUTER LIMITS, THE TWILIGHT ZONE, STAR TREK, THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN and more. Packed with interviews too.

The Hammer Studios tribute magazine! A beautiful cover and issue featuring Hammer's WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH. Amazing in-depth behind-the-scene information on Hammer's dinosaur epic starring Victoria Vetri. Plus, a peek at Hammer tribute film HOUSE OF THE GORGON with Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick, Veronica Carlson and Christopher Neame.

Get them in our On-Line Creepy Newsstand right here, is this dusty, wooden floored Creepy Classics site.


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

Video shot by Kevin Slick from Louisville, Colorado on a visit.

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