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Head down the road and celebrate on the best place on earth for Monster Kids....autumn in western Pennsylvania for MONSTER BASH!

A Wonderful Time of Year...MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST...Schedule Now Available!

Our October show's schedule is now on-line. Keep in mind, there may be changes, alterations or weird transformations. But the schedule is on-line: CLICK HERE to see it and make your plans!

Get your on-site hotel room for MONSTER BASH now, click here.

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.

You won't want to miss MONSTER BASH when autumn is in the air. Crunchy leaves on the town's sidewalks, the aroma of apples in the air, the vivid colors of ambers, red, orange, yellow and bright green in the trees, a chill in the air and wonder around every corner. Plus, monster movies and your fellow Monster Kid friends.

Get to the hills of western Pennsylvania for an old fashioned Halloween Season with MONSTER BASH. All the details are HERE.



The Jupiter Experience at MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST!

Don't dare miss MONSTER BASH this October, THIS can enter The Jupiter Experience there...hop on board the starship Jupiter with actors Mark Goddard and Marta Kristen...and various props on display too. Wow! And, the robot will be there too!

Quick, get your on-site room at the Monster Bash rate now, CLICK HERE!

All the details, CLICK HERE!

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.

You can't miss MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST, October 18-20, 2019.



New! Classic Monsters of the Movies Issues

Now in shock stock, three new offerings produced by England's CLASSIC MONSTERS oF THE MOVIES and distributed here by Creepy Classics:

The UK magazine of classic horror movies. All gloss on quality paper. In this issue: Lon Chaney's THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (1925), Hammer's classic sequel DRACULA - PRINCE OF DARKNESS, Colin Clive: Hollywood's Tragic Genius, VOODOO MAN and character actor Edgar Norton...and more!

The wild, werewolf movies of the movies! This 82 page book celebrates this legendary films that featured wolfmen, werewomen and werewolves! Detailed look at each film. Painstakingly researched, packed with articles, stills and posters. Gloss, heavy stock paper, high quality, perfect bound!

A guide filmbook to the 1935 MGM Studio's MARK OF THE VAMPIRE with Bela Lugosi. 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 them in our on-line Creepy Magazine Newstand in our Classic Monsters of the Movies Department!



Get your discounted admission taken care of now! MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST EXPO

October 18-20, 2019

What a line-up! Meet Fay Wray's daughter, Vicki Riskin signing her bio about her mom and dad (screenwriter Robert Riskin). Plus, LOST IN SPACE's Mark Goddard and Marta Kristen, and The Frankenstein Kids from Universal's SON OF FRANKENSTEIN and GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN, Donnie Dunagan and Janet Ann Gallow. And...John Russo from the original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD, Sharyn Moffett from THE BODY SNATCHER with Boris Karloff, Andrew Prine from CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD and the TV show "V," Heather Lowe from BATTLE FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES and THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE, Jeremy Ambler from THE WALKING DEAD, Ohio TV horror host icon Son of Ghoul, Muppeteer Bill Diamond and many more! Zounds.

and The Robot will be there too (happy to get pictures with you and your family):

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.

All the details on this shock fest autumn spectacular, CLICK HERE.

New hotel, The Marriott Pittsburgh North, in Cranberry Township/Mars, PA less than a mile from the old hotel.

Need personal help or information, just call (724) 238-4317. If I can't pick-up, leave a message!




CLICK HERE to see the preview trailer for this October's big bashin' MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST!

All the guests, the vendors, the films and the MONSTER BASH fun! Preview trailer produced by Kevin Slick.

Hurry....see the preview:


Above: A glimpse of our Saturday night free prize toss!

All the details:

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.

There's nothing like that feel of an Autumn Halloween season in the hills of western, Pennsylvania. Head to MONSTER BASH to see all your friends and enjoy the crisp, cool season.




Coming To MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST: What's My Monster?

It's all the MONSTER BASH rage....the live game show WHAT'S MY MONSTER? A panel of experts will try to guess your monster.

Hosted by Leonard Hayhurst and Thom Shubilla. You could be the one to stump the experts and win valuable prizes of classic monster blu-rays, DVDs, books and monster magazines. Wow! Wow! Live on stage at this MONSTER BASH!



The Monsters Will Be Lurking...Waiting To Storm MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST!

The above is a photo of the lobby for the Marriott Pittsburgh North Hotel, Cranberry Township (Mars, PA). It's the site for the October BIG Monster Bash this October 18-20, 2019.

The place where classic movie monster fans gather from around the country.

Get your on-site room quickly before the room rates go up. Get a room where you can just zip upstairs and stash your ghoulish goodies and go back down to not miss any of the events, shopping and guest stars.

CLICK HERE to reserve your hotel (Marriott Pittsburgh North) stay at the house of monsters this October!

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.




Mr. Lobo and Dixie Lobo return to MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST! Get ready for the fun Bashing next month. Mr. Lobo is the mad genius TV Horror Host of CINEMA INSOMNIA. We're happy to have them back. Mr. Lobo will introduce VOODOO MAN on Friday late night and be around to chat all weekend long in the BASH Ballroom!

Don't miss out on this year's autumn gathering of classic horror and science fiction movie fans. Reserve your room, CLICK HERE.

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.



New! The Magazines That Rock the Monster World

Three new magazines are now in stock and shipping now...yes, they are actually here and ready to ship:

FILMFAX #155 - Magazine
In this issue: Christopher Lee, Vincent Price, Peter Cushing and John Carradine in HOUSE OF THE LONG depth look! Actor Henry Brandon's history of character acting, a "Super" serial that was never made, rare spoof photos from the movie sets, H.G. Wells, Ed Wood and more!

Big, perfect bound issue featuring curses and demons in movies! The cover features 1957's CURSE OF THE DEMON's snarling creature! A salute to Marvel Comics' Stan Lee. Plus, the different PHANTOM OF THE OPERAs! Ray Harryhausen's THE VALLEY OF GWANGI and much more.

The premiere British horror film focused magazine spotlights Peter Cushing's THE BLOOD BEAST TERROR is this issue! In depth coverage on the moth-monster film THE BLOOD BEAST TERROR, plus CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED, reviews...all presented in this packed issue on high gloss pages!

Get these, and so many more great monster magazines in our on-line Creepy Magazine at your crypt for all that cool stuff - Creepy Classics!




Now stocked and shocked at Creepy Classics...two titles for your collection:

ATTACK OF THE ROBOTS (1966) - Blu-Ray or DVD
Stars Eddie Constantine. A European takes on James Bond and science fiction films! Costantine is a super gumshoe detective on the trail of mind-controlled humanoids who protect a female master villain. Her motive is to control Europe and the nations of the world with a plot to use science-gone-mad! Crazy fun from director Jess Franco. Extras. French or English soundtracks.

BEYOND ATLANTIS (1973) - Blu-Ray/DVD Combo
Great action-undersea adventure, complete with pearls and monsters. Another weird one from the Philippines starring John Ashley and Patrick Wayne. Fun old-time spirit! Commentary, interviews, trailers, TV spots, pressbook, restored, scanned from 35mm negative and more...loads of extras!

Get them, and more in our New Blu-Ray and DVD Department here at Creepy Classics!



New! Re-Issued with New Cover, Uncut, Widescreen: YOUNG HANNAH, QUEEN OF THE VAMPIRES (1972)

Don't be fooled by the modernized cover, this is the drive-in cult classic from the early 1970s. It stars MONSTER BASH Guest Andrew Pine, Mark Damon (BLACK SUNDAY) and Teresa Gimpera. It's also known under the title CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD. This new issue features the uncut, widescreen version:

Also known as: CRYPT OF THE LIVING DEAD. Stars Andrew Prine, Mark Damon, Teresa Gimpera and Patty Shepard. Vampire Island is the can guess what this plot of land is infested with! A female vampire ruler, alive since the year 1269, is unhappy with scientific investigations taking place on the island. Drive-In time.

Snag a copy for your movie shelf in our New DVD Department here at Creepy Classics right now!


Halloween Parades

When I was a kid Halloween Parades were big. Big.

It was about 1964 or 1965 and my Grandma Adams was herding myself and my cousins Johnny, Debbie and older cousin Karen down Jackson Street in Grove City, PA. We were walking, jumping and skipping along. The destination was the "downtown" (about 4 blocks away) where the Halloween parade would proceed.

The sidewalks were those old slate ones, some very uneven, sticking up a few inches in places where tree roots had pushed them up. I, carelessly, tripped and landed hard on my knee. It tore my trousers and my knee was skinned bad with bits of small rocks in it.

My grandma shuffled us back to house where I got to experience a good dose of peroxide to kill the bacteria. If you're too young to have experienced peroxide on an open wound...well you're missing a solemn childhood nightmare of all-out stinging.

Above: Started in 1933 and lasted into the 1980s. Bob Wardle owned it. Bob's Bike Shop in the back toys in the front. What a treasure of odd toys.

Before long, we were back on our way and didn't miss anything. We lined up near a favorite store called "Bob's Bike Shop." They sold and repaired bikes in the back, but it was a menagerie of toys, rubber monsters, plastic dinosaurs, coloring books , plastic dolls, fake handcuffs, spy briefcases and stacks of model kits. The place was literally piles, to the ceiling, of odd toys. Worn wooden floors. Heaven to a six year old. Sometimes there was used comic books stacked behind the counter too. I picked up some "Star Spangled War Stories" there where the army fought dinosaurs.

The parade came with bands, and floats full of hay bails, witches, devils, and farmer pumpkins. Older kids in costumes marched army of goblins. It was cool, crisp, but sunny on that early evening. Candy was thrown at us from various floats and we scrambled to scoop up treats from the street. It was orange and black wonder in the air. Halloween was heralded in. I'll never forget that magic time with my cousins and dear Grandma.

Ron Adams
October 2019




Check out the creepy cool vintage CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN magazines in our on-line Creepy Magazine Newsstand right now. Get them delivered to your door. Just posted this morning, this great one:

A vintage 1966 CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN issue...and a great one it is! Inside: KING KONG Alive!, Bela Lugosi's tragic addiction, Interviews with Christopher Lee and Lon Chaney, Jr.! Plus, CURSE OF THE FLY, GORGO, Shooting the Stars with Bela Lugosi and more! Super nice! Appears unread!

Check the CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN selection out by CLICKING HERE...the magazines you need for your collection...a service of Creepy Classics.



Inside A Monster Kid's Workshop

The above photo was submitted by lifelong Monster Kid, David Peel. It's his latest project in his kitchen workshop. It's totally natural that the kitchen's of us Monster Kids have a Dr. Phibes bust in progress on them! Ha!

Thanks for sharing, David.



Reaction To A Spookhouse in 1965

I had to share this priceless photo of Monster Bash staffer Mike Adams' wife back in 1965. Here's Mike's comment:

Barbara’s first experience with a spook house. It was probably Keansburg Amusement Park 1965.



New! More Eerie Publications of Horror Comic Magazines

Just arriving:

TALES OF VOODOO (July 1970) - Magazine
One of the wild, gory black and white monster comic magazines from the early 1970s. The poor cousin to CREEPY and EERIE is now even more sought after! Stories like The Hungry Ghoul, Slime Creatures, Devil's Sketchbook, Undertaker, Claws of the Cat and more! Plus a "Sea Horse Ranch" ad, ha!

Plus, in stock, another Erie Publication title: WEIRD!

Get them in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand here on-line along with all the other great monster mags. They're here at Creepy Classics!



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!



Boris Karloff's Former Home Up For Sale

Tom Weaver alerted us to this interesting bit of information....Boris Karloff's 1930s home in California is now up for sale. Here's the story from the staff at

TOLUCA LAKE, CA — He was Hollywood's original monster and though his movies were the stuff of nightmares, Boris Karloff's Toluca Lake retreat was a dream home.

The man of a thousand faces, mostly famously that of "Frankenstein," wasn't the only Hollywood legend who fell in love with this gem. It was also home to early Hollywood Academy-Award-winning composer Erich Wolfgang Korngold until he died in the mid 50s. It's easy to see why the biggest names in Hollywood chose to come home to this lakefront property.

Overlooking the lake with its own dock, this home boasts lush landscaping and lots of room for outdoor entertaining with a fireplace overlooking the pool, an al fresco dining area and built-in BBQ, along with a lake front lounging deck . It has mature olive trees, a sunroom, an elevator and a master suite overlooking the lake.

Buy this house and you can claim the prize of being the biggest Karloff fan collector ever! -Ron



Top Fan Artist Heads To October Bash

Artist Malcolm Gittins will be landing in the MONSTER BASH Dealer Ballroom this October with new paintings and lots more. His latest are pictured above. Here's the word from long-time Monster Basher Malcolm:

Dear Ron, Here are just three of the new Universal Monsters paintings I'll have at my table at October Monster Bash! I just got to say just how much I love painting the legends of classic horror, and trying to capture the look and feel of 1960's monster pop art. And bringing the classic monsters back to life. And I also want to say thank you and to all Monster Basher's who've supported my art! I love setting up at The Bash, sharing my art with everyone. I'm truly blessed that I get to do what I love and to be able to share it!

See you soon,

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.



Ramping Up To Halloween

Well, the leaves are just about ready to start turning here in the north east as it's now officially fall! Summer is waning and the air is cooling...crisp and chilly in the morning. High school football game noises are hear in the distance on Friday nights and we're selecting key movies to watch this season. Halloween is coming.

Halloween favorite viewing for me include titles like CURSE OF THE DEMON (1957), HORROR HOTEL (1960), THE HAUNTING (1963), THE UNINVITED (1944) and, of course DRACULA and FRANKENSTEIN, both from 1931.

I won't have a lot of viewing time at home as its the busy season for Creepy Classics/Monster Bash. A show every weekend. This weekend we're off to CINEMA WASTELAND in Cleveland. We'll be setting up shop there with thousands of DVDs and Blu-Rays, monster model kits, monster magazines, monster t-shirts and posters. Don't scare miss it!

Of course, preparations are full-on for our MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST in Mars, PA this October 18-20. So the swirl of monsters is blasting through the trees and the excitement is building.

Ron Adams
September 2019

So many memories of Halloween over the years. During my junior high and high school days in the 1970s, we still had the likes of Hammer and AIP making movies, and many of the local theaters and drive-ins displayed a great sense of showmanship during that time of the year. One drive-in ended its season on Halloween weekend with a triple bill of Hammer's THE VAMPIRE LOVERS, LUST FOR A VAMPIRE and Roger Corman's THE VELVET VAMPIRE. During other years, there would be midnight showings at some of the hardtops of CARRIE, THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW and Ralph Bakshi's WIZARDS.

One of the most memorable was the Halloween season of 1978. I was attending an animation workshop at Herron (the Indiana University/Purdue University system's school of art and design) on Saturday mornings during my senior year in high school. It was about a 90 minute drive, each-way, from my hometown to Indianapolis to take the course. Listening to the radio on the way home, I heard an ad for a "new" Dracula movie, COUNT DRACULA AND HIS VAMPIRE BRIDE, starring "the masters of menace, Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing." What was this? How did those two do a new Dracula film and this loyal reader of Famous Monsters of Filmland not know about it?

The moment I got home, I called my best friend and gave him the heads-up. That night, we were there, ready to see this latest in thrills and chills. Needless to say, within minutes of the show starting, we realized what had happened: Someone had reissued THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA with a new title slapped onto it. Still, though, it was Halloween and we were seeing Hammer Horror on the big screen in a grand old theater. No complaints. (And yes, we sat through it twice!) A few months later, the film would be back in theaters again...this time on a double bill with THE 7 BROTHERS MEET DRACULA. (Yet another retitled Hammer offering, THE LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES.) Cinematic recycling at its best!

-Bob Statzer



Graveyard Cinema Presents "The Death Kiss" & Monster Bash!

I'd like to thank John Dobrydnio for sharing this link to You's John's GRAVEYARD CINEMA spotlighting the film THE DEATH KISS (1932) starring Bela Lugosi. At around the 45 minute mark, the hosts take a break and bring up the MONSTER BASH conferences and MONSTER BASH magazine. Very flattering! Thanks guys. Appreciate it! -Ron

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Jackie Joseph Mugs For Monster Bash!

The above photo of actress Jackie Joseph was taken at the great MONSTERAMA show in Atlanta, Georgia. She was having fun, hanging out with "Big Frank" at the Creepy Classics/Monster Bash booth. Jackie is a Monster Bash alumni. Such a wonderful person!



New! Blu-Rays Are Here...

Pouring into Creepy Classics...we are shock stocked on New Blu-Rays! Great made-for-TV horror, a great Amicus spooky anthology, vampires and the coolest Japanese TV shows with the wildest giant monsters! Check out these new blu-rays, in stock early and ready to ship to you:

An elderly vampire hunter and his assistant are on the scene in a small village. The local castle needs some vampire extermination. Comedy/horror with beautiful scenery, cool vampire dance ball sequence and one nasty vampire leader. Co-stars Sharon Tate.

Stars Peter Cushing, Ian Bannen and Donald Pleasence. Cushing plays a shop-keeper of an odds 'n' ends shops...used items...antiques and junk. This serves as the wrap-around for the four stories that follow. Supernatural tales of ghosts, revenge and werewolves. It's another Amicus anthology from the 1970s, along the lines of TALES FROM THE CRYPT, VAULT OF HORROR and THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD.

Stars Kim Darby and Jim Hutton. It's those crazy gremlins in the furnace! A young couple buys an old house and the wife discovers evil little creatures in the basement that chase her endlessly around the house....whispering nasty things to her. Her husband thinks she's crazy....but she knows the truth.

ULTRAMAN (1960s complete original series) - Blu-Ray Set or Steel Book Edition
In the future earth is protected by The Science Patrol. A group of scientists and their team that protect our world from alien monsters and prehistoric giant reptiles! One of the team members is, himself, an alien that has vowed to help earth....Ultraman! When all the scientific weapons don;t cut it, Ultraman will step up to fight raging monsters and save the planet. All 39 episodes episodes are contained on this DVD set. In original Japanese language with, or without English subtitles. Lots of giant monsters for one and all. The complete series from 1966-1967 - Approx. 880 minutes!

ULTRA Q (1966-1967) - Blu-Ray Set or Steel Book Edition
Imagine Scooby-Doo, Kolchak and Godzilla movies all blended together in a monster mash! This is it...a wonderful Japanese TV series with the coolest monsters and a great team - young scientist, photographer and female reporter. The awesome series. In Japanese with English subtitles.

By the way, a must admit, and highly recommend, that I absolutely love ULTRA Q. It is the most fun monster show I've seen in a very long tome...the monsters are so cool and the "team" is so likeable. Great stuff.

Get any of these listed above right now. They are indeed here early. You'll find them in our New Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics. Ready to ship to your monster collection!



New! It's 1976 on Saturday Morning Again and it's


Now in stock here at Creepy Classics, the complete Saturday morning series SHAZAM! The live action super hero show with good morals and simply fun action. Super details:

SHAZAM! (1974-1977) - DVD Set
This TV show got the kid's Saturday Mornings going. For 3 seasons, the world mightiest mortal saved lives, fought evil drug pushers and ended the episode with an educational moralistic message, which became a Filmation staple. Three disc set, all 28 episodes!

Get this three disc DVD set in our New DVD Department here at Creepy Classics!



Monster Bash June 2019! The Highlights DVD is Here!

Re-live the classic monster convention from June 2019 right now....Approximately two hours of highlights, interviews, events and exciting fun! If you couldn't make it to Bash, find out what all the talk is about! If you were there, you'll want this as a memento of the wild, long weekend of classic monster fun and smiles:

Highlights from the June 2019 MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE! In June of 2019, classic monster movie fans from around the world gathered for the MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE in Mars, Pennsylvania, just north of Pittsburgh. They got together for a long weekend of meeting movie and TV stars from the classic films, an almost non-stop film fest, talks, presentations and monstrous entertainment! Stars and interviews included Ricou Browning (CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON), Beverly Washburn (SPIDER BABY),Veronica Carlson (DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE),Martine Beswicke (ONE MILLION YEARS B.C.), Christopher Neame (DRACULA A.D. 1972) and more! Plus, it was the world premiere of Joshua Kennedy's HOUSE OF THE GORGON. It's the place where fans gather to share memories and smiles. Produced by Kevin Slick. Approximately two hours of monster fandom fun! Region 0, DVD-R.

Get it now in our New DVD Department here at Creepy Classics! Shipped right to your castle, dungeon or hidden chamber.



See New Vendor and Magazine at MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST

New vendor added to MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST: Retro Fan Magazine - THE NEW MAGAZINE SPOTLIGHTING THE CRAZY, COOL CULTURE WE GREW UP WITH! Remember when tattoos came from bubble gum packs, Slurpees came in superhero cups, and TV heroes taught us to be nice? Then THIS is the magazine you want and need! Visit former DC Comics editor and the man behind RETRO FAN, Michael Eury at Bash!

Admission available at the door! $50 for the weekend, or $20 a day.

On-site hotel room:

All the details:



Monster Bash June 2020

VIP Admission Memberships and Dealer Tables Available NOW!

You won't want to miss out on this next summer's MONSTER BASH at the Double Tree Hotel in Mars, PA on June 19-21, 2020!

The place were fans, professionals and Monster Kids meet!

Guest stars:

The surviving cast members of the original THE MUNSTERS TV show, Pat Priest and Butch Patrick will be there, Ricou Browning from CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, REVENGE OF THE CREATURE and THE CREATURE WALKS AMONG US, Arch Hall, Jr. from EGAHH, THE SADIST, THE CHOPPERS and WILD GUITAR, Kris Yeaworth technical staffers for THE BLOB, THE 4-D MAN and DINOSAURUS (and son of director Irving Yeaworth), Bill Luciani and Tony Pitocco's Life-Size, more to come!

Special presentations by historians and writers: Tom Weaver, Greg Mank, Frank Dello Stritto, Deborah Painter. Plus TV Horror Host Son of Ghoul!

Guests and events subject to weird transformation.

200 vendor tables, film festival, talks, Q&A with the fans, autographs and the amazing Monster Bash fun for the whole family!


Bill Luciani & His Life-Size Monsters...

Bill Luciani is back at MONSTER BASH June 2020 with his life-size monsters lining the hallway! Bill, along with Tony Pitocco create these amazing figures, some over seven feet tall. Their torch-wielding assistant is Paul Palmireri. Don't miss the photo-ops with these great creatures in our Horror Hall.

Reserve your 3-Day VIP admission for all events, vendors and meeting guest stars NOW! Available right now, CLICK HERE!

You are a vendor, tables are already going fast! CLICK HERE for details and to reserve your table space.

And now, we have the link for booking your on-site rooms...hurry, they will sell out again:





The new magazine has landed! MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #37 -- cover by Daniel Horne....Here are the details:

The magazine of classic monsters we love! All glossy with great photo reproductions! In this issue: The Legacy of Vincent Price, Price Poe Films from Frank Dello Stritto, Tom Weaver's Bela Lugosi Quiz, Lon Chaney, Shocking Rare Stills, Gunsmoke Monsters and more!

Get yours in our MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE Department for mailing to your house, vault, attic, sub-basement or crypt from Creepy Classics.

Some sample page grabs:


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

Above, a recent visit to Creepy Classics!

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

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