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It's our latest offerings, and a look ahead at cool classic monster, horror, & science fiction releases. Celebrate the classic horror and science fiction films from the silent era through the 1960s, retro TV horror from the 1950s-1970s. Can't remember the title of a movie? Here's the place to ask. Want to reminisce about chilhood monster movie memories? Ask questions about the annual Monster Bash Classic Movie Conference. Just e-mail your message to:


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TODAY'S MONSTER BASH PHAN FOTO: One frozen monster from HORROR EXPRESS (1972) starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. We've got a bunch of these frozen guys out back of Creepy Classics here in the snowy north east. HORROR EXPRESS is available on DVD or Blu-Ray at Creepy Classics.

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Happy Birthday Monster Bash Award Winner Jim Mahoney

A big "Happy Birthday" wish from all the fiends and henchmen at Creepy Classics and Monster Bash to Chicago based Basher, Jim Mahoney. His birthday is this Sunday and Mother Nature is gifting him a snowstorm with 0 deegrees!



New! Classic Monster Special - The Frankenstein Legacy, In Stock and Shipping Now

The latest Classic Monstes Special is a giant-size 84 page monster! It's physically here in stock and shipping out now to you! Just order in from our on-line Creepy Magazine Newsstand. Gory details:

Extra large edition on heavy glossy stock paper. Celebrating of Mary Shelley's monster and movies! From Edison's 1910 film, through the Universal series, the Hammer films, the interdependent movies and everything in between. Stunning 84-page publication with history and beautiful stills.

Get it in our Classic Monsters of the Movies Department at Creepy Classics.

....and back in stock, these CLASSIC MONSTERS SPECIALS:



New! Blu-Rays of Fantasy, Horror and Adventure

Four new titles just added to our growing Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics. Ghosts, humor, serious horror and adventure all packed into these new selections:

TOPPER TAKES A TRIP (1938) - Blu-Ray
The sequel to the original Topper film with Roland Young back as the haunted Cosmo Topper. Constance Bennett is the spirit that tries to assist Topper in this fun comedy classic. The ghost and Topper end up on the Riviera in a crazy whirlwind tour.

TOPPER RETURNS (1941) - Blu-Ray
Stars Roland Young, Joan Blondell, Billie Burke, Carole Landis and George Zucco. Blondell is murdered by a cloaked phantom in a castle. Her ghost recruits Topper to return to the castle and scene of her death to solve the eerie mystery. The castle is inhabited by strange characters! Trailers.

BLOOD AND BLACK LACE (1964) - Blu-Ray/DVD Combo (2 discs)
A metal clawed killer is on the prowl. Beautiful models are his victims. A quality great print of this Mario Bava cult classic. Stars Cameron Mitchell. Directed by Mario Bava. 2-Disc Special Edition, Uncut, widescreen original version. Packed to the brim with extras!

Stars Clark Williams, Noah Beery Jr. and Jean Rogers. Tailspin Tommy in an explosive serial, nail-biting suspense, thrilling stunts, and unbelievable special effects. Tommy and Skeeter try to foil an unscrupulous plan. Volcanos, flooding cells, air collisions and adventure. Re-mastered in 2K.

Get one, or all of them in our New Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics. All in stock and ready to ship to your doorstep!



Latest MONSTER BASH Magazine!

Did you pick up the latest issue of MONSTER BASH magazine? Mord, the executioner from the Tower of London got his!

It features articles on TV Cable Horror hosts by Leonard Hayhurst, Early Lugosi Dracula History by Frank Dello Stritto, The Creature From the Black Lagoon's Girlfriend interviewed by Tm Weaver and more.

Grab yours now, just CLICK HERE for details.



Carl Laemmle Birthday Remembered

I'd like to thank both Malcolm Gittins and Scott Goettel for flagging me on Carl Laemmle's birthday (January 17, 1867). He was the man that gave birth to the monsters. The head of Universal Studios, giving the green light on horror films.

Thank you Carl, we remember you!

-Ron at Creepy Classics/Monster Bash



Made Your Plans Yet?

It's MONSTER BASH June 2019!

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Click here for details...schedule, guests, lodging, membership admission.



New! MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #35 is Hot Off the Slab and in Shock Stock

After a delay at the printer due to a Christmas overload, it's here now! the new MONSTER BASH issue:

Here comes MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #35 spotlighting the early stage and screen Bela Lugosi as DRACULA! What are they? Zombies or just plain ol' ghouls? Find out the origins of the ghouls to zombies in the original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD. The early cable TV Horror Hosts impact: Grampa's SUPER SCARY SATURDAYS, Commander USA and Sir Cecil Creape...Phantom of the Opry. Ginger Stanley, the graceful girlfriend of the Black Lagoon Creature. The screen slugfest and inside Larry Talbot's FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN, and more! Writers include Tom Weaver, Frank Dello Stritto, Thom Shubilla, Leonard Hayhurst, Ron Adams. Lavish Lugosi cover painting by Daniel Horne.

Here are sample pages:

Get it fresh, bagged and boarded for protection from Creepy Classics. It's available in our MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE DEPARTMENT here at Creepy Classics.



Happy Birthday Today - January 16 to Caroline Munro

Monster Bash birthday maven, Scott Goettel, just reported that today is Caroline Munro's 70th birthday. She's lookin' great and will be at MONSTER BASH in June.



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.



New! 1976 Vintage Large Rare Promotional Poster

Original 1976 promotional poster for the Flare Book: THE GIRL IN THE HAIRY PAW. Very good condition. Originally folded and still in proper fold. 22.5 inch by 30 inch. Full color. Find ones on eBay in lesser condition for $150 or more.

Only one here, get it before it's snapped up!

It's in our Creepy Collectibles Department right now at Creepy Classics.



The Monster Collectibles That You Love

Monster Old Maid Cards and The Cool Stuff That Branded Me

Everyone seems to have their own favorite monster items from when they were a kid. Treasures you either held on to, or retrieved when you got older. For me there are a small handful of meaningful monster collectibles that branded me and mean so much. The little plastic MPC monsters that my father and I played with on a hardwood floor, my first Aurora model - Frankenstein, my first Famous Monsters Magazine (#56), the shampoo Soaky Toy monsters, Denis Gifford's hardback book A Pictorial History of Horror Movies and...the Monster Old Maid Cards.

I was maybe six years old when we came back from a big family vacation at Geneva-On-The-Lake in Ohio. This was an annual trek with my dad's family. My Grandparents Adams, my dad and mom, my dad's four sisters and all the uncles and cousins. A big troupe. We stayed over in rental cabins on the lake. Lots of wooden cots.

On our return, at my grandparent's house, I was in my Aunt Barbie's old bedroom. Laying on the bed, reading comic books I had recently acquired on vacation. In pops my cousins Karen and Judy. They were young teens at the time. Karen had won these cards (probably plaid Skee ball or bingo) and tossed them on the bed to me. She said, "Ronnie, you'll probably like these. You can have them."

They were these oversized, thick cards. Each had a monster on them in green or purple tinting. One was a vicious looking female vampire, the "Old Maid" card. Years later I would realize that it was really Andree Melly from the movie BRIDES OF DRACULA. I thanked my cousin profusely. I spent hours just flipping through them, looking at the images and then playing "Old Maid" with my mom.

I loved that card set and the cool monster images. Somewhere in move from Grove City, PA to State College, PA (when I was eight) they cards were lost. I thought about them often over the years. Mentioning them to many people, including my parents who didn't seem to remember them. Finally decades later...I found them thanks to a guy named Phil in New Jersey. I treasured them when I was young and I treasure them now.

If you're reading this, I bet you, too have favorite childhood monster toys and items. They are threads leading back to golden summer days, comic books and monster movies.

-Ron Adams, Ligonier, PA

January 2019

Hi Ron,

The Monster Old Maid cards have always been one of my favorites as well I still have a set complete with the box, and a set of loose ones that I actually use to play old maid with grand kids.- they love them! Part of their charm for me is that the creators got so much wrong. Wolf Man called Werewolf, Werewolf called Wolf Man, Werewolf of London called Teen Age Werewolf, and using the Cagney Phantom and Quasimodo instead of Chaney. And not to take anything away from Andree Melly, who is fantastic, but don't you think the Bride of Frankenstein should have been the Old Maid? Yeah, whoever made them didn't have a clue, but somehow made something very special. Thanks for the memories!

-Vince Simonelli, Streamwood, IL

Hi Ron! Love the Monster Old Maid story....thanks for sharing!
It is without a doubt one of the greatest monster items out there!

My favorite monster collectible memory was Christmas 1980...much like Ralphie I received the greatest gift I would ever receive...a full set of six Remco mini-monster figures and they playset that went with them!
I had spent the previous months staring in wonder at it in the JCPenney Christmas catalog.

This past Christmas I finally completed a new set, and arranged them just like that old catalog AD for a photo shoot!
I had an absolute blast...I was eight years old again!

-Dwayne Pinkney, Jefferson, OH

Above: Linda and Frank Dello Stritto at Monster Bash!


I really enjoy these recollections of days from that great monster era of the 1960s and 1970s.

Also, I had a good time at the Monster Bash back in June and have every intention of heading back this year. I really enjoyed meeting and talking to Frank Dello Stritto, whom I've kept in touch with since.

Thanks again for your monthly messages, and keep up the great work.

-Bruce Markusen
Cooperstown, NY

Hey, Ron!

Happy Noose Year!

My brother, Terry HAS that card set (somewhere)!

What childhood memories you brought back to me with those pics! I don't remember exactly where he got them - maybe Nichols Discount City, but it was strictly 'HANDS OFF!' for younger brother. So you can imagine that I must have fixated on touching those cards for a year until I finally found where he was hiding them. Then… ha-ha!

Thanks again, Ron, for sharing your childhood memories with us.


-Todd Spidle, Lancaster, PA

Hi, Ron, so I did read your story on the Monster Old Maid Cards and the Cool (actually, really cool) stuff that Branded Me! And made me the Monster Boom Generation Kid that I am today and will always be!

I do Remember those Old Maid Cards, but never actually owned the set! The You'll Die Laughing and Spook Stories were more my taste (the taste of blood and fear-LOL) when it came to cards! My favorites included, first off, those Aurora Model Kits: I loved model building, and actually belonged to a model building club, as a kid, The Viking Ship was my favorite!Count Dracula was the first one I owned and built, which I still have to this day! I have all of them, The Creature (once again my favorite) The Frankenstein's Monster, The Phantom, The Wolf Man and Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde!

Then it was my Mego Star Trek action figures, with The Enterprise playset and I love the Mission to Gamma VI playset-THE BEST! Then I went "Ape" with The Planet of the Apes Mego action figures! Dr. Zauis, the Ape Solider, Cornelius and from the TV- series, Burke and Virdon! Finally Battlestar Gakactica-the short-lived series, that lives on-The Gakactica model kit (which actually is The Pegasus hanging in my hobby room-Commander Cain (Lloyd Bridges the best guest star of the series) and Colonial Viper kit-wanted to be a viper pilot so bad-LOL!

Throw in Famous Monsters issue # 114 (All of Japan's Monsters) and Issue # 42 (Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man), the first monster team- up in the Universal Monster Movie genre! So we all have our favorites and are some of mine!

Sincerely,  Steve Wyka (Wallington, NJ)

Hello Ron,

I really enjoy your memories from childhood. I collected those MPC monsters back in 1964 when they were in bags of Lays Potato Chips. I got a complete set. The vampire, grim reaper & headsman were my favorites. They disappeared over the years which is strange considering I still have other toys from my childhood. I also collected the dinosaurs from six packs of Frito-Lay Corn Chips. My holy grail was King Zor which I got for Christmas in 1962.

Anaheim, CA



Halloween 2018 at The Mazurczak House

Boy, I wish I had lived in Mark Mazurczak's neighborhood when I was a kid. It would have blown my little monster-lovin' brain. Here's more pics and words from Mark:

Hi Ron,

I know it’s a little late, but here I’m some pictures from the 2018 Halloween display.

We were very motivated by the 2018 June Bash and the display of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein. We thought we would make our own mini version. Four different Frankenstein movies represented. Bride of Frankenstein, Son of Frankenstein, House of Frankenstein and Curse of Frankenstein.

Jerry Armellino and family, Cortland Hull, Tony Pitocco and Bill Luciani’s displays always, always so impressive and inspiring. I have to mention my thanks to Diane for help setting up, building and especially clothing the monsters. Another mention goes to John Seibel for his help setting up and for being the photographer of the display.

Thanks again for having the Bash, the best weekend of the year.




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! More Collectible Books at Creepy Classics

Just added, more collectible books to the Creepy Bookstore here at Creepy Classics. Get them in the growing selection of classic horror, science fiction and movie books. Details on the latest add:

MOVIE MONSTERS by Stephen Daniels - Paperback Book
Small paperback. Appears unread and new! Just slight age tanning on pages. Young teen book on classic movie monsters with lots of photos. 83 pages. 1980.

Why not take a stroll down that dark alley, into that wooden, unmarked door and up the back steps to the Creepy Bookstore today.



Question on Paintings in Movie

I just received the below email from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash reader Bill Donohue. I couldn't locate an image of the paintings he mentions. But, maybe someone could help...I'm no sure. -Ron

Just saw an old classic - Die, Monster, Die! - and in this film, there are paintings of all of Boris's ancestors.

It looks to me like they were painted by Kelly Freas, but I can't find any documentation of that. Does anyone there know for sure?


Bill Donohue



MONSTER BASH Vincent Price Film Festival in August

Details are being worked out right now for the big MONSTER BASH Vincent Price film festival at the grand Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio this August 16 and 17, 2019. Mark the dates on your calendar now. Victoria Price has!

Vincent Price films on one of Ohio's BIGGEST screens, two in-depth talks by Victoria Price on her father's legacy...all in a grand giant movie palace. Live organ music from Dr. Phibes himself.

Plus vendors and the Monster Bash free prize toss!

Above: Interior of The Palace Theatre, Canton!

All the details coming VERY soon. The dates are solid. The hotel is the McKinley Grand, just blocks from the theatre. Hotel phone (330) 454-5000. Make plans now!

Above: Inside The Grand McKinley Hotel.

Membership Admission for the entire weekend, all films and talks...CLICK HERE!



Movie and Event Room Schedule for MONSTER BASH June 2019

The excitement is ramping up again! The next MONSTER BASH will be June 21-23, 2019. The schedule is mapped out now and you can see it now. Go to and click on Schedule!

All the great MONSTER BASH events, plus question and answer sessions with actors and actresses, film talks and rare screenings.

Get ready for MONSTER BASH, get your membership admission now, CLICK HERE.

Get your lodgings lined up now, CLICK HERE.

If you're a vendor, they're aren't many tables yours, CLICK HERE for details.

Above: Aisle one of a giant ballroom.

See the vendors already signed up, packing our Dealer Ballroom with gruesome goodies, CLICK HERE.



New! Bundle Bat-Creature Pack

A new super-savings offer:

Zounds! A vampire BAT CREATURE BUNDLE of monster magazines! Four great monster magazines. Two feature the king of the vampire bats, Bela Lugosi as Dracula on the cover, two feature...The Creature! MONSTER-ART #1 and 2, MONSTER BASH #2 and 8! Bagged and boarded for protection.

Get this bundle pack, for a limited time, right now in our Bashin' Bundle Packs Department, here in the dark corridors of Creepy Classics!



Above: Larry Storch and Monster Bash's Leonard Hayhurst

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, Leonard Hayhurst

A very Happy Birthday to MONSTER BASH's Leonard Hayhurst. Funny, witty, great writer and all around good guy...Leonard celebrates a birthday today. Thanks to Ursula for reminding me (I never remember birthdays, so bad).

If you are in contact with Leonard via Facebook or e-mail, please wish him a Happy Birthday. He deserves the happiest!

-Ron at Monster Bash/Creepy Classics



Cortlandt Hull on TV in 1981...Dark Shadows!

This great photo (above) and these words just in from THE WITCH'S DUNGEON's Cortlandt Hull:

Am hoping to find the master 3/4" U-Matic tape of the show I did with 8 of my figures on the set of "Kids Are People Too" at ABC in NYC in 1981. The backdrop for my figures was the "Dark Shadows" tavern set, plus other props, that ABC took out of storage, as a setting. When I come across the tape - we will post it here, it was a lot of fun.

The host was Randy Hamiton, and one of the other guests was Jamie Farr ("Klinger") on "M*A*S*H" - who told me, early in his career, he was in a stage production with Bela Lugosi! But that was not mentioned on camera.

You can talk to Cortlandt about any of he above at this June's MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE in Mars, PA. He'll be there, along with some great monstrous life-size figures too!



Warehouse Find! Jekyll-Hyde Moebius-Aurora Re-Pop Model Kits Back!!!

A limited number of the DR. JEKYLL & MR. HYDE Moebius re-pop issue of the classic Aurora long box model kits are now in stock. A limited number. If you wanted ne, get it now. It's going for over a hundred dollars on Amazon, we have it for under $40.

Zip over to our Models, Toys & Action Figures Department to pick up yours right now at Creepy Classics!




Happy Monster Kid

You too, could be just like this Monster Kid pictured above. Happy with his King Kong Anniversary MONSTER BASH T-Shirt...quality thick cotton, pre-shrunk and available in sizes Small-3X!

Get yours, delivered right to your creaky door, now. Click here for the gory details! It's from the fiends at Creepy Classics.




Another Great Monster Kid Collection Shared for You and Me

The ever growing collection of Steve Wyka...hey, nice to see some MONSTER BASH magazines there too! Thanks for sharing a picture of your collection with us Steve.

You can see Steve's and many other fan collections by CLICKING HERE.



New! Plague of the Zombies from Hammer on Blu-Ray -- In Stock Now!

It's here and in stock, this new special edition blu-ray of Hammer's THE PLAGUE OF THE ZOMBIES (1966). Available now and shipping right out to you.

Stars Andre Morell. One of the best, least talked about Hammer films. Understated with cool looking zombies. A horrifying dream sequence. Audio commentaries, World of Hammer episode, "Making Of" Documentary, Trailer, Stills -- packed!

Get it in our New Blu-Ray Department right now at Creepy Classics.



Barbara Rush Birthday!

This just in from Monster Bash Birthday rovin' reporter, Scott Goettel:

Hey Ron,

Early into this new year of 2019, it's the birthday of an actress whose film and TV work we Monster Bashers will recognize.

Barbara Rush was born on January 4th, 1927.  Her first role was in 1950 in the movie THE GOLDBERGS.  In the years that followed, her credits included MAGNIFICENT OBSSESSION, SUSPICION (TV series episode "Voice in the Night"), THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIANS (starring Paul Newman), COME BLOW YOUR HORN (starring Frank Sinatra), THE OUTER LIMITS (1964 episode "The Form of Things Unknown"), KRAFT SUSPENSE THEATRE (2 episodes), HOMBRE (another Paul Newman film), STRATEGY OF TERROR, BATMAN (2 episodes), NIGHT GALLERY (1 episode), MOON OF THE WOLF, THE BIONIC WOMAN (1 episode), THE OUTER LIMITS (1998 episode "The Balance of Nature"), and of course many many more, including the classics IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE, and WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE.

Cheers and a very Happy 92nd Monster Bashin' Birthday to Barbara Rush!




New! SCARY MONSTERS Magazine #111 is in Shock Stock

Snap up the latest big, big, big SCARY MONSTERS magazine right now:

SCARY MONSTERS #111 - Magazine
In this jam-packed perfect bound issue: DARK SHADOWS with Kathryn Leigh Scott, DIMENSION X - 1950s Sci-Fi Radio, Spooky Sci-Fi Stooges, H.G. Wells' THE TIME MACHINE and much more scary fun!

You'll find it in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand, ready to ship, bagged and boarded for protection...just for you! It's at Creepy Classics now.



Monster Bash Conference June 2019

Get Discounted Admission Memberships Now!

Get you discounted admission memberships for all three days (discounted $10 for a limited time). Don't miss out on the greatest gathering of classic movie monster fans on the planet. Everyone converges in Mars, PA (just north of Pittsburgh) at the intersection of the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Interstate 79. About 35 miles from the Pittsburgh International Airport.

MONSTER BASH - Double Tree Pittsburgh North, Mars, PA (Cranberry Township)/June 21-23, 2019

Guests include: Ricou Browning, Ginger Stanley, Caroline Munro, Martine Beswick, Veronica Carlson, Christopher Neame, Tom Savini, John Russo, Ohio TV Horror Host Son of Ghoul and more.

Plus, the premiere of the new film HOUSE OF THE GORGON starring Carolyn Munro, Martine Beswick, Veronica Carlson and Christopher Neame. A film by Joshua Kennedy.

The Classic Monster Movie Conference and Film Festival. Friday evening it’s Mexican Monster Night with free tacos and burritos while supplies last. Free giant sheet cakes served on Saturday night. DRIVE-IN STYLE OUTDOOR SHOWING - SATURDAY NIGHT: BRING A BLANKET IF YOU WON'T HAVE A CAR THERE!

The host hotel is the Doubletree Pittsburgh North (724) 776-6900. The alternative hotels that are booking up with Monster Bash attendees: The Comfort Inn (right across the parking lot) (724) 772-2700, The Super 8 (right across the parking lot) (724) 776-9700. Also filling for Monster Bash, Red Roof Inn (724) 776-5670, Hampton Inn (724) 776-1000, Motel 6 (724) 776-4333, Holiday Inn (724) 772-9766, Fairfield Inn (724) 772-0600, Residence Inn (724) 779-1000, Marriott (724) 772-3700, Hyatt (724) 779-7900, Hilton Garden (724) 779-9999. Keep updated on the MONSTER BASH web site! Call for info at (724) 238-4317.

Get your discounted membership admission, CLICK HERE.

Only a few vendor tables left, get yours, CLICK HERE.


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

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