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TODAY'S MONSTER BASH PHAN FOTO: Out of the fog, and ready to introduce another's Boris Karloff hosting his TV show from the 1960s...THRILLER! Get the whole series on a big DVD box set for your collection here at Creepy Classics.

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New! Back in Stock, More Script Books

They're back in stock, more script books that are like REALLY thick magazines! All include the movie script and background information, press art and rare photos!

Back are: THE RETURN OF FRANKENSTEIN (the original shooting script for what became THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN), GORGO, THE INVISIBLE MAN (1933), INDESTRUCTIBLE MAN (with Lon Chaney, Jr.) and DRACULA with Lon Chaney...the original background information on Lon Chaney pegged as the star of the 1931 DRACULA before he died.

These books are amazing and mine sit right on a shelf in my movie viewing room.

See them all in our Creepy Bookstore on-line, here at Creepy Classics!



Godzilla & Friends Movie Marathon Coming in THIS FRIDAY!

Check out the promo trailer for the BIG (and, we mean like radioactive BIG) MONSTER BASH MOVIE MARATHON at the beautiful, giant Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio this August 17-18, 2018. Trailer produced by the unstoppable Joshua Kennedy, mad scientist and film maker in residence.

Here's the promo trailer: CLICK HERE!

Here's all the information: CLICK HERE!

If you have further questions, you can call (724) 238-4317 or e-mail!



A Belated Happy Birthday To A Basher From the Beginning

Kevin Slick

A happy birthday to perhaps the friend I've known the longest. Kevin Slick. He has been a Monster Bash staffer since 1997, but we go back way before that. We met at "Newspaper Club" when I was in 7th grade (Kevin was in 8th) at Park Forest in State College, PA. This was 1972. We started talking music, art, comic books and monsters. The rest is, as they say, history.

He was born on August 13th and we always got a kick when his birthday would fall on a Friday the 13th!

From school bus rides, to riding our bikes to each others houses. From reading Famous Monsters and playing guitars in a silo on his dad's farm, to jumping in hay in the barn to catching toads at my house. Flying pizzas, Dick Clark, Friday Night CBS Late Movies, Wolfman Jack...TV Host Uncle Ted. Kevin and I go....way back.

Happy birthday dear friend.

Above: Ron Adams, Forrest J Ackerman and Kevin Slick as the London Vampire (make-up by Ron Chamberlain). Kevin was wearing the original Lon Chaney hat from the 1927 movie that Forry had brough to the Monster Bash.



New! Cases and Cases of Books in Shock Stock Now at Creepy Classics

Wow! Lots of new, and re-stocked books in at Creepy Classics.

The "Scripts From the Crypts" books presented by historian Tom Weaver are here including: DRACULA'S DAUGHTER, THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE, BRIDE OF THE GORILLA, THE VEIL and re-stocked on BRIDE OF THE MONSTER!

Magic Image Filmbooks now here are the newly released HOLD THAT GHOST (Abbott & Costello), THE MAN WHO LAUGHS, THE BLACK CAT (!), THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (1923), THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925...massive volume!), the unmade Universal missing link WOLF MAN VS. DRACULA and Hammer's HORROR OF DRACULA.

Also in:

The reconstruction of the lost film LONDON AFTER MIDNIGHT with Lon Chaney!

Get all of these (and much more) in our Creepy Bookstore on-line, here at Creepy Classics!



Back In Stock: Classic Monsters of the Movies

Almost every issue of CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES magazine and its CLASSIC MONSTERS SPECIALS are back in stock here at Creepy Classics.

Get the ones you need for your collection now! High gloss, beautiful photo reproductions and studious information on the films we love. Get them now, while we're really stocked.

You'll find them in the CLASSIC MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES Department on our on-line Creepy Newsstand.


Above: It's kinda hard to see, but there's a spider the size of a cow coming back to its web. An intense scene from TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY (1943).

Did You Ever Have Movie Monster Nightmares?

My wife, Ursula, asked me a few nights ago if I ever had nightmares when I was a kid because I watched all these horror and science fiction films. I answered "no, no movie monster dreams." But as I type I just remembered one that I did have that scared the heck outta me!

It was, of all things, from watching TARZAN'S DESERT MYSTERY early one Saturday morning before anyone else in the family was up. There's this scene of a spider, about the size of a cow moving in on "Boy" who is trapped in the spider's web in a cave. After the movie was over I fell asleep on the couch where I was watching. Sure enough, that spider was after me, and I woke up in a panic. I still remember it now and I was maybe six years old at the time.

That's the only dreaming nightmare from a movie I can remember. But, there were plenty of things that scared me as I lay trying to get to sleep. The biggest, that I mentioned in a past essay, was fearing an evil vampire king. A kid named Barry that I met while on vacation in Michigan had convinced me that there was this vampire stalking his neighborhood and that he followed people home.

Another memory that created many a sleepless night, that was directly from a movie, haunts me. I was at my Grandparents Adams house and they had a "Dialing For Dollars" type program on...I believe hosted by Bill Cardille (Pittsburgh TV icon). It was around five or six PM and it was a Mexican movie issued in syndication by A.I.P. and dubbed in English...THE WORLD OF THE VAMPIRES. Creepy music, and a scene that I would think of often before sleep for years to come. That scene was a brief glimpse of a vampire bat in a guy's room. Over the bat's face was super-imposed a face of a female vampire with bared fangs. That single scene has stayed with me to this day.

Now I do have a few unexplainable weird things that happened to me when I was a kid. They were like waking nightmares. But those stories would take too many words right now. I'll save those for another time. Real paranormal kind stuff that I have not experienced as an adult, but happened between the ages of five and seven in a certain house, in Grove City, PA.

Ron Adams
August 2018
Ligonier, PA

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Monster nightmares? Oh yeah. I was only seven years old when the mini-series Salem's Lot debuted on TV in 1979.
I had never been so scared of anything in my life. Little Ralphie Glick floating up to the window...the terrifying appearance of Barlow. It was all just too much.

I seem to recall the wind causing a tree branch to scrape at my bedroom window that night and promptly running screaming through the house at 3:00 AM.

I just knew Ralphie and Barlow were outside...waiting to get me.
Mom and dad were NOT pleased.

Needless to say, they didn't let me watch part two.

Dwayne Pinkney, Jefferson, OH

I am 68 years old and I can easily think of 5 things that frightened me over those years.
1) The entire film of John Carpenter's Halloween. I jumped so much I had an item in my pocket come flying out.
2) House On Haunted Hill. The girl backing in the cellar into the Caretaker's wife and close up of her.
3) Psycho. The reveal in the fruit cellar. I had to walk home from the theater for a couple of miles (in the dark).
4) Screaming Skull. The ghost in the hot house and the way she ran.
5) Trilogy Of Terror. The 3rd episode with the warrior doll.

Thanks for letting me share. See you next June at the Monster Bash.
Alan "Walrus" Tanski

Hi Ron:

For the most part, I didn’t have any nightmares from the horror movies I saw when I was young.

Sure they terrified me when I saw them. I was so scared to see what Vincent Price discovered when he opened the tomb in “The Pit and the Pendulum” that I hid in my coat and waited 15 years to find out when the movie was broadcast on TV.
One movie did actually give me nightmares though. It was William Castle’s “Mr. Sardonicus”. I was petrified when Sardonicus dig up his father-in-law and saw the death smile on the corpse.

When I finally saw what Sardonicus actually looked like, I actually screamed. My older brother looked at me and laughed at me.

I couldn’t sleep all night. I kept seeing that horrifying face. In the morning, I was actually afraid to look in the mirror for fear my face had changed.

My parents were so upset by the nightmare I had that they forbade me from seeing any more horror films or reading and horror novels.
Fortunately, after a week, the ban was lifted.

Bruce Tinkel
Edison, NJ

Great story Ron! I DID have a truly nightmarish, recurring dream that haunted me as a youngster back in the early to mid 70s. It involved a closet, a mummy, and a green maze. You’ve seen my movie version of this nightmare, The Mummy In the Maze. I haven’t had the dream in about 45 years now, but it’s forever etched in my memory. Brrrrrr.

Brian Nichols, College Station, TX

Over the years, I have read many stories from monster fans pertaining to their early memories of becoming a monster fan. Here’s mine...

I was born and raised in the Rochester, New York area. My father worked for Kodak and occasionally brought super 8 mm films home from work to show the family. In 1966 I was 5 years old and dad came home with The Creature From The Black Lagoon. He set up the projector and screen in the basement and we all gathered around to watch it. As the film rolled, I was terrorized and felt exhilarated at the same time. I remember asking him to show it again (which he did) and I was frightened all over again!

That night I had a nightmare about the Gill-man. In my dream I was looking out of our living room window and saw the Creature walking down the street. He spotted me looking through the window and he turned into our driveway and slowly walked towards our house. I knew that I had to hide so I went to my father’s lazy boy recliner. I crawled inside of it and pulled it closed with me in it. I really did hide in that chair when i played hide and seek with my brother and sister. Now in my dream, the Creature threw open the front door and began looking for me! He flipped over the chair and found me! I awoke in a terrible panic and ran to my parents bedroom.

Now that wasn’t the end of my nightmares. The next night I had the exact same dream. The Creature busted in the house, tossed the chair and found me again! I don’t remember if I went to my parents room again but I was plenty scared. The third night came and sure enough the Creature From The Black Lagoon appeared once more in my nightmare. But this time it ended differently! When the Gill-man up-ended the lazy boy, I got up and started fighting him! After I dreamt that we had a fight, I never had a Creature nightmare again. I guess I conquered my fear that night.

My love of monsters though was just getting started. I started collecting the super 8 horror films and the Aurora monster models. It is a passion that I still possess today. That is why I love the Monster Bash and the Monster Bash magazine, to share that passion with other like minded monster fans. I had the pleasure of meeting the Creature himself at Monster Bash. The actor Ricou Browning was there and I told him the story of my recurring nightmare. He got a laugh out of visualizing a 5 year old battling the Creature. He autographed a picture for me and wrote,”Sorry about the Nightmares”. What a gentleman he is. To this day, every time I watch that movie, I think of my epic battle with the Gil-man! Take care monster fans and I’ll see you at Bash.

Dave Heywood, New Port Richey, Florida

Hi Ron,

I don't think I ever had a monster movie nightmare, but I vividly remember a nightmare I had that featured the old witch painted by James Bama for the Aurora model box art!

In the dream I walked into my favourite drug store ("Hartford Drugs"), which at the time had a great collection of comics and and owner who didn't mind you standing and reading before you bought. They also had a wall of toys and plastic models I loved to peruse. Anyway, I remember walking to the back of the deserted drug store at night, only to find the Aurora witch standing by her cauldron! I remember not being able to move until the witch looked up and saw me. I was finally able to run out of the store and home. In the dream I tried to tell my parents, but they wouldn't wake up-they were under a spell. Then I heard the door to my house open....the witch was coming for me! Just then....I woke up. Whew!

I had lots of the Aurora kits but I was never able to convince myself to buy that old witch. Maybe this year....???

Paul Speidel, Canada

Hi, Ron,
I was reading your "Movie Monster Nightmares Story" and yes, I have had my own monster nightmares.

The most vivid was the one starring the King of the Monsters-GODZILLA! I am an avid walker and there is a park
here in Wallington behind the bowling alley, that I often take my long walks through during the day. Well one
day after walking about 5 miles, I go home, cleaned-up and decided I was in the mood to watch the legendary
Japanese Monster. So in went my VHS copy of Godzilla, King of the Monsters! (1956), yes the Japanese-American
version with Raymond Burr and Akira Takarada (who I had the great honor of meeting at the Chiller Theatre Expose
in April of 2013, (a legend among the Japanese Monster Movies and very honorable man). In the film, there is the part
when Steve Martin (Burr) returns to the island with Dr. Yamane (Takashi Shimura), who leads an investigative crew
to Odo Island, where in the ruins, huge radioactive footprints and a trilobite are discovered. An alarm rings and
Martin, the villagers, and Dr. Yamane's crew head up a hill for safety. Near the summit, the crew see Godzilla's
head and upper torso looking down upon them, and they quickly flee downhill. Dr. Yamane later returns to Tokyo
to present his findings.

Later that night I fall asleep and I dream I am walking in that park and the walkway is next to
a hill and there are large trees all along the base of the hill and I look up and there is Godzilla's head staring right
down on me. I yell and run the other way hoping I don't get vaporized by a nuclear blast from his "atomic breath-LOL."
Of course I hear the traditional Godzilla roar and at this point I am sweating and scared out of my mind, right after
I wake up and realize I am safe in my room with no monsters in sight or even under my bed-Ahh!

So this Monster Generation Kid did have his share of movie monster nightmares, and I love every moment of each one, so bring on King Kong too!

Steve Wyka. (Wallington, NJ)



MONSTER BASH is for MONSTER KIDS everywhere of every age!

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Long Time Monster Bash Alumni Passes Away

Wes Shank

One of the greatest collectors of sci-fi props and the caretaker of the original THE BLOB from the 1958 film, passes away.

But, most of all, he was a fun, enthusiastic, great guy that I came to know over many, many Monster Bash appearances.

It was a accidental fall according to his son-in-law.

Our sincerest, heartfelt condolences to his wife Judi and the whole family.

-Ron Adams, Monster Bash


I just saw the terrible news about Wes Shank. My condolences to you, the MB staff, and his family.

-Steven Casto

Incredibly sad news, another dear friend has passed away, WES SHANK, he is best known as the
caretaker of the silicone prop material used in the 1958 classic "The Blob", and original props from
"Forbidden Planet".

But, without Wes' generosity of sharing his very rare photos and lobby cards from
the 1925 Chaney "Phantom", my documentary "Unmasking The Masterpiece", would not have been
as visual or interesting. I have often said "The Witch's Dungeon" is a combined effort of many talented
and generous people, that share our love of the classics.

Wes was truly a very kind gentleman, and dear friend, always supportive, hard to believe he is gone. Sincere thoughts to his wife Judy, and his son Bill, both very warm wonderful people. There are not enough caring people like Wes in this world, always appreciate your dearest friends!

-Cortlandt Hull, The Witch's Dungeon, CT


Here are the details on a memorial serice:



New! A Crop of Vintage Horror Comic Magazine Here

Now in shock stock for your stacks: CREEPY issues from the 1960s.

Plus, a slough of those garish, gory, crazy Eerie publication magazines from the 1960s and 1970s. They were always the poor brothers to CREEPY magazine...but now are quite collectible. They threw the kitchen sink of horror into each and every cover...werewolves, vampires, loathsome Bigfoots, monsters spiking monsters...just what a twelve year old in 1969 liked! Titles include WEIRD, TALES FROM THE TOMB and TERROR TALES.

Grab the ones you want in our Creepy on-line Magazine Newsstand right now, they won't last long, they never do. All here at Creepy Classics, your retro route to the past with pop culture monsters.



Books Now on the Shelves Here

In stock, Tom Weaver's MONSTERS, MUTANTS AND HEAVENLY CREATURES with 14 chapters of great interviews and insights to movies like CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, THE FLY, THE BLOB, THE MOLE PEOPLE, CAT-WOMEN OF THE MOON and more. Packed with great stories and color photos.

Also, THE KING KONG STORY is here, telling of the stories and background of all movies KONG from 1933 through the 1970s. Super rare photos and ad art, both color and black and white. Most of the focus is on the 1933 classics, plus SON OF KONG, MIGHTY JOE YOUNG, KONGA, KING KONG VS. GODZILLA and up to the 1976 remake.

Get these books now in our Creepy Bookstore on-line, here at Creepy Classics.



Here it Comes....A Big Year for MONSTER BASH!

Yes, the October show is coming. Plus, our movie marathon at the grand Palace Theatre in August.

The October show will be a salute to the 85th Anniversary of KING KONG (1933) and a tribute to giant-size monsters! It's at the Double Tree Pittsburgh North, Mars, PA.

CLICK HERE for admission memberships now! Reserve yours.

Guests already include Linda Miller (KING KONG ESCAPES, THE GREEN SLIME), Carl Craig (DESTROY ALL PLANETS - GAMERA VS. VIRAS), Charlotte Austin (Ed Wood's BRIDE AND THE BEAST, GORILLA AT LARGE, FRANKENSTEIN 1970, THE MAN WHO TURNED TO STONE and many more), Gregory Moffet (ROBOT MONSTER)....and the "Count" himself...Count Floyd, yes Pittsburgh native Joe Flaherty of SCTV, BACK TO THE FUTURE, THE BIG BANG THEORY and more...comedian, actor and writer!

Only a few hotel rooms left at the host hotel for MONSTER BASH October 19-21, 2019 at the Double Tree in Mars, PA. will be sold out SOON!

The hotel has opened up a huge block of rooms at a discount rate that are already filling up. Get them by CLICKING HERE or calling (724) 776-6900.

See all the scary details - CLICK HERE!



Back in SHOCK! The Grim Reaper and Herman Munster Model Kits

Yep! Here they are, THE GRIM REAPER and the HERMAN MUNSTER model kits from Moebius. Both ready to by assembled and proudly displayed on your shelf.

THE GRIM REAPER (Moebius) - Model Kit
BACK IN SHOCK! About 11 inches tall...Aurora styled new monster model kit sculpted by Jeff Yagher. Includes spooky death figure, gnarled tree and tombstone in a graveyard setting! All plastic model assembly kit. Glue and paint not included. Very creepy cool!

Herman Munster kit with diorama of Herman in Grandpa's laboratory. Model kit will come with base, accessories, instructions and a beautiful graphic box. Can attach to the Grandpa Kit or stand on its own. Glue and paint not included. Assembly required.

You'll find these kits in our Models, Toys & Action Figures Department here at Creepy Classics, discounted right now.

Get yours and start building your Monster Army of figures.



New! THE TINGLER Breaks Out on Blu-Ray

Now in SHOCK SHOCK SHOCK STOCK! Vincent Price in THE TINGLER (1959) on Blu-Ray.

THE TINGLER (1959) - Blu-Ray
Vincent Price is giving it his all, making the unbelievable, believable. A creature that looks like a giant centipede grows in people's backs when they are frightened; they're called tinglers. Price goes through a bout with LSD, A man scares his wife to death and the tingler gets loose in a theatre! William Castle directs. Watch for the famous color scene with the bathtub of blood! Packed with tingling extras!

Get it right now in our New Blu-Ray Department at Creepy'll slither your way fast!



Coming SOON - August 17-18, 2018! MONSTER BASH: GODZILLA & FRIENDS

Tickets Available at the Door!

The Palace Theatre, 605 Market Ave N, Canton, OH 44702

Here it comes, big monsters on the big screen. Creepy Classics and Scary Monsters Magazine proudly present MONSTER BASH: GODZILLA AND FRIENDS, movie marathon and expo -- August 17 & 18, 2018. Two days of giant monsters on one of the biggest movie screens in the state of Ohio at the historic Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio. Plus, classic movie monster collectible vendors in the lobby and the mezzanine level.

Above: A photo from the balcony at The Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio.

The big monsters are coming out to play.

Get your tickets at the door!

Want to be a vendor? CLICK HERE.

Friday, August 17, 2018 the doors open at 3PM for shopping with vendors and the vendors are open deep into the night. There will be intermissions or shopping and eating. Movies start at 6PM.

Saturday, August 18, 2018 the doors open at noon for shopping with vendors and they'll be open until 10:30PM. Movies start at 3PM.

Big monsters on the big screen, classic movie monster vendors, pizza, popcorn, good times.

All the details...CLICK HERE!

Above: The Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio...home of the Ohio MONSTER BASH!



Shuffling Horror is Here at Creepy Classics

Our friend and fiend, Larry from Gamewick Games produces retro monster games and has now produced a fun video, check it out:

PITTSBURGH '68 (Zombies!) - Board Game
The Time: 1968. The Place: Pittsburgh. The Problem: Zombies! Grim thrills and chills await in Pittsburgh 68, a card-n-dice game that plays out like a creepy, classic zombie movie. Trapped in a desolate farmhouse, players face an ever growing zombie problem (which they will probably end up being a part of). One player directs the movie and controls the zombies; all others just try to survive! They must do their best to stay alive and stay ahead of the ever-growing undead horde. Eliminated players do not stop playing – they just shuffle back into the game as zombies in classic Living Dead style. Who will be standing when the film fades to black?!?

ROSWELL 51 - Board Game
The Time: 1951. The Place: Roswell. The Problem: Sci-fi invasion! Stop the pods, blobs, and UFOs! Save the world! Cinematic thrills and chills await in this fast-paced, card-n-dice game that pays homage to 1950s, sci-fi B-movies! One player is the Director who controls the alien forces. All others star as survivors trying to stop the outer space invasion. With each turn of the card, disastrous events, plot twists, and a terrifying mash-up of outer space aliens invade the game board’s movie screen. As a team the players try to make it to the end of the film together, each in control of their own survivors. If a player loses these, that player joins the alien forces against the remaining players. Tensions mount as allies turn into alien pod people. Who will be standing when the film fades to black?!?

Get these games (and so much more!) in our Models, Toys and Action Figures Department here at the creepiest store around the Internet, Creepy Classics. Shuffle in...



Hurry! Get Your Lodging in Place for The October MONSTER BASH Show Now

It's the premier classic horror and science fiction film expo - October's MONSTER BASH.

Get your room for this October's MONSTER BASH (October 19-21, 2018):

All hotels in Mars, PA filling up with Monster Bash attendees!

and, don't forget to get your MONSTER BASH ADMISSION MEMBERSHIPS:




New! In Shock Stock NOW -- MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #34

Inside: THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, Colin Clive Films, GODZILLA VS. GOJIRA, Tod Browning's Trick-Or-Treat, The Gruesome Gallery, Blu-Ray and DVD Reviews and more!

Writers include: Frank Dello Stritto, Greg Mank, Leonard Hayhurst, Scott Essman, Kirk Smith, Ron Adams. Cover by the great Daniel Horne.

Get your very own copy to gnaw on, right now! Just go to our MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE page and order one to be dungeon delivered to you. CLICK HERE, or see all the magazines available on our on-line Creepy Newsstand.

Here's a peek of some pages:



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.


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

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

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