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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: The struggle at "Dark Oaks" as Lon Chaney Jr. is about to launch Robert Paige right across the room in SON OF DRACULA. Get SON OF DRACULA (1943) on DVD here at Creepy Classics. It's in our Complete DVD Catalog.

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Back In Stock!

Just a few copies unearthed here of the Media Blasters 2 DVD set of FRANKENSTEIN CONQUERS THE WORLD (1965).

Out-of-print, just a few left. Stars Tadao Takashima, Nick Adams and Kumi Mizuno. A heart is discovered in WWII from Dr. Frankenstein's lab. It is transported to Japan and kept for study. After the nuclear bombing of Japan, the heart mutates and grows into a full creature and escapes. It is discovered later by scientists...a boy with a Frankenstein Monster-like appearance. The boy-creature grows to incredible size. Another reptilian creature is discovered and the two creatures rumble. A truly strange and popular Japanese monster matinee!

Includes Japanese version: FRANKENSTEIN VS. BARAGON too. Includes both English language and Japanese audio.

Get it in our New DVD Department while there's any left, right now at Creepy Classics.



New! Weird Tales from the 1940s-1990s

Now in stock, the classic pulp magazine of horror, WEIRD TALES. We have issues from the 1940s right through its revival in the 1980s-1990s. It's the premiere magazine of horror stories from people like H.P. Lovecraft, Ray Bradbury, Robert Howard, Robert Bloch, Henry Kuttner and many more. Always filled with wonderful, classic illustrations too.

Get them now in our Pulp Department, here at Creepy Classics.



The Ten Pack at One Low Price

Get ten, count 'em, TEN magazines for one low price. Get MONSTER BASH MAGAZINES #2-11 for only 49.99! This offer won't last long as #2 is almost sold out.

CLICK HERE to get your TEN PACK of early MONSTER BASH magazines!



Retro Halloween Pic Submitted

I just received this wonderful image of a monster ready to trick-or-treat back in 1980. It's from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash reader Eric Graff. Here's his info:

Greetings Ron,

I was going through the old family photo albums and found these. It was 1980. It was always very cold in Bismarck, North Dakota and almost always there was snow on the ground in October. I remember I wanted to wear the vinyl suit that came with the mask but couldn't because it was so cold and I had to bundle up!

-Eric Graff, Bismarck, ND



New! Used VHS Titles for the Classic VHS Collectors

Here they come...more great collectible VHS titles from our vaults. The great box art, the right titles you want. Companies like Nostalgia Merchant, Universal, Goodtimes, Video Treasures, Columbia-RCA and more. Grab the classic VHS titles you want for you collection now in our Used VHS Graveyard before they're gone.

Latest additions include: THE CLASSIC MONSTERS COLLECTION box set, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA wth Lon Chaney, Ray Harryhausen's JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS in the classic box, THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUND (now out-of-print on DVD), IT CAME FROM BENEATH THE SEA, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL with Vincent Price, THE LOST WORLD (1925), THE MUMMY (Classic Portrait Art box), THE THING FROM ANOTHER WORLD (Nostalgia Merchant), THE WOLF MAN (Classic Portrait Art box) and more.

All in the Used VHS Graveyard at Creepy Classics.



Get Your Lodging In Place for This June's or October's MONSTER BASH now

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

Get your room for June or October's MONSTER BASH (June 22-24, 2018 and October 19-21, 2018):

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

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Check it Out...Bela Lugosi and Vincent Price Appearing in Person!

This above newspaper ad was submitted by reader Dave Fronto. Look at that special appearance at the top. Wow! I wasn't sure if Price & Lugosi ever crossed paths...looks like they did!

Thanks Dave!



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

Yes, there will be two BIG Bashes for 2018...out June show and now the October show.

The October show will be a sale 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.

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!

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!




Now in shock stock at Creepy Classics...the ode to William Castle and growing up with monster movies in the 1960s...MATINEE in a super special restored collector's edition and debuting on home video blu-ray...the rare EYE OF THE CAT (1969)! Here's the info:

MATINEE (1993/Special Collector's Edition) - Blu-Ray

Stars John Goodman and featuring William Shallert. In a twisted, loving send-up of William Castle and 1950s sci-fi movies, MATINEE is a joy. Goodman is fabulous as a movie huckster, and the Cold War era story line is perfect. It's a throwback! A coming-of-age story set in the backdrop of the early 1960s with kids that had monster movies as part of their fiber. One of he best retro throwbacks ever made for monster movie fans.

Extras include brand new interviews with director Joe Dante, cast and crew. Plus, the full-length version of MAN!, the movie-inside-the-movie about a man turning into a radioactive ant-monster. Making of documentaries, trailer, introductions by Joe Dante.

EYE OF THE CAT (1969) - Blu-Ray

Stars Michael Sarrazin, Gayle Hunnicutt, Eleanor Parker. A man plots to rob a huge sinister mansion. The wheelchair woman who lives their has many cats that seem to know what's going on. Sarrazin fears cats and wants to the woman's cats, then the older woman. A supernatural thread seems to be going on as the cats take matters into their own paws. Eerie, taught thriller that is unforgettable. Special features: alternate television version, still gallery, theatrical trailer.

Get them, discounted now at Creepy Classics in our New Blu-Ray Department for your home thriller theater!



Lon Chaney Jr., Elisha Cook, Leo Gorcey, Broderick Crawford Together!

This amazing TV commerial just submitted by Monster Basher Timothy Frick. Check it out!!!

Hey Ron,

I just came across this old Pontiac commercial from 1969 that someone had posted to Youtube. It features Lon Chaney, Jr., Elisha Cook, Jr. and Leo Gorcey, among other notable actors. Here's the link.

Timothy Frick

P.S. I guess that I don't have to tell you this, since I'm sure you already know, but Lon Chaney, Jr. and Elisha Cook, Jr. both starred with Vincent Price in the 1963 horror classic "The Haunted Palace." Also, I remember back in 2011, during the October Monster Bash film festival, it was approximately 2:30 in the morning, Saturday night, and I was over in my room at the Super 8, across the highway from the Bash Hotel. Before retiring for the night, I thought I'd go over and see what movie was playing at the Bash, and when I stepped into the movie room, I discovered that "The Haunted Palace" had just started. Well, since this was (and is) one of my favorite Vincent Price films, and I had never seen it on the big screen (and since I wasn't that tired at the time), I stayed and watched the rest of the film, before returning to my room around 4:00 o'clock in the morning. I have many fond memories from going to the Monster Bash over the years, and seeing "The Haunted Palace" on the big screen is definitely one of them. Thanks, Ron, for all you do for us Monster Kids! We greatly appreciate it!



Happy Birthday Caroline Munro

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

Hey Ron!

One of our favorite and nicest Monster Bash guests is celebrating her 69th birthday!  Caroline Munro was born on January 16th, 1949.  Just a sampling of her movie credits include THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD, THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN, DRACULA A.D. 1972, CAPTAIN KRONOS-VAMPIRE HUNTER, AT THE EARTH'S CORE, and many more.

From all of us Monster Bashers, Happy Monster Bashin' Birthday Caroline!




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Time To Cut The Bash Birthday Cake...

This in from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash Birthday Reporter, Scott Goettel:

Hi Ron,

More January birthdays, starting with Ernest Thesiger.  Born January 15th, 1879, he passed away on January 14th, 1961 at age 81.  His acting credits are many (and go all the way back to 1916), but we know him best from THE OLD DARK HOUSE, THE GHOUL (1933), BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE GHOSTS OF BERKELEY SQUARE, and the 1951 version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL.

The next birthday belongs to actor Torin Thatcher, born January 15th, 1905, he passed away on March 4th, 1981 at age 76.  A wonderfully versatile performer, his roles included BORIS KARLOFF'S THRILLER ('Well of Doom'), the Biblical epic THE ROBE, HELEN OF TROY, ALFRED HITCHCOCK PRESENTS, THE ALFRED HITCHCOCK HOUR, ONE STEP BEYOND, JACK THE GIANT KILLER, VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA ('The Secret of the Loch'), LOST IN SPACE, THE TIME TUNNEL, STAR TREK, THE STRANGE CASE OF DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE (TV movie), LAND OF THE GIANTS, NIGHT GALLERY, and THE 7th VOYAGE OF SINBAD.

And last but certainly not least, born January 15th, 1927, and is now 91, is the lovely Phyllis Coates, who played Lois Lane in the ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN television series from 1952-1953, and SUPERMAN AND THE MOLE MEN (1951).  In 1994, she also appeared as Ellen Lane in THE NEW ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN.  Her other acting credits include INVASION USA, THE ABBOTT & COSTELLO SHOW, PANTHER GIRL OF THE CONGO, SCIENCE FICTION THEATER, THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD, and I WAS A TEENAGE FRANKENSTEIN.

It's a Happy Monster Bashin' Birthday Triple Header...Phyllis Coates, Ernest Thesiger, and Torin Thatcher!




Cortlandt & Forry at The Witch's Dungeon

The above rare photo of Forry Ackerman (founding editor of FAMOUS MONSTERS magazine). with Cortladt Hull, unearthed by Cortlandt and colorized! Super cool. Here's what Cortlandt reports:

Hi Ron -

Just found this photo.....

Stepping back to the year 1971, when FORRY ACKERMAN came to Bristol CT.
to visit my "Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum". That was only the 5th
season of my museum, which I started at 13. At that time, I used Don Post
Studios heads that I hand painted, used glass eyes, and haired. I later sculpted
my own heads mostly, or used others for some figures. We re-open for the 52nd
consecutive year on September 28th 2018! - Cortlandt Hull



After School Specials?....Naw, After School Monsters!

When I was a kid, after school, and after those school bus doors clicked shut...I would walk, and sometimes run home. Was there bullies chasing me? Did I really have to get to a bathroom? Did I want to clean my room? Nope. There were things I had to see on TV after a long day at Park Forest Elementary and through Park Forest Jr. High School.

There was a variety of cool stuff I didn't want to miss. So much so, I had to pick and choose. THE ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN in syndication, ULTRAMAN, GIGANTOR, SPEED RACER, THUNDERBIRDS, STINGRAY...All good stuff for a kid in my day. And, if Mom and Dad were at work...I might be able to sneak and see DARK SHADOWS (Mom didn't want me to see that). It really was much tamer than the European horror films I'd see late, late Saturday nights (when everyone was in bed, ha!). I might be able to catch a werewolf episode.

But most importantly, I couldn't miss the 4:30PM movie on Channel 9, coming in on early cable from Secaucus, New Jersey. The movie showcase was called MYSTERY THEATER, THRILLER THEATER and later SCIENCE FICTION THEATER. They played what I wanted to see most...right up to dinner time. Old monster movies. Sometimes it would be a condensed serial like THE CRIMSON GHOST or THE CLAW MONSTERS. Sometimes a great old Basil Rathbone Sherlock Holmes film. But, best of all, maybe a Universal classic like FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN, MAN MADE MONSTER or a weird one like WEREWOLF IN A GIRL'S DORMITORY.

If I knew it was a good line up, I would run the tread off my Chuck Taylor, white, high top Converse sneakers to get home.

Ron Adams
Creepy Classics/Monster Bash
January 12, 2018

Hey, Ron!

Your column on getting home from Junior High in time to watch a passle of Monster Kid Stuff really hit home!

I remember always trying to get home by 3:30 to catch DARK SHADOWS (which the local ABC affiliate tape delayed until this time), followed by either the syndicated BIG VALLEY or, better yet, the ABC affiliate Afternoon Movie at 4 p.m. It was on this program that I saw such genre fare as ATRAGON (for the 2nd time – the first had been at an indoor theater in 1965), THE EYE CREATURES (my brother and I were less than blown away by this INVASION OF THE SAUCER-MEN remake), and PLANET OF BLOOD (with the creepy Florence Marly space vampire and the Forrest J Ackerman finale). There was also a local weekday afternoon movie on the NBC affiliate, and on it I recall catching WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE and I MARRIED A MONSTER FROM OUTER SPACE.

Your SCIENCE FICTION THEATER sounds like it was a blast!

One last item – unlike you, I lived only a few blocks from the junior high school, so I would have to hoof it home in time to catch the various tantalizing TV fare.

Harpy dreams!

-Mike Bogue

Me too, especially when the 4:30 Movie (Channel 7 in NYC) would run "Science Fiction Week."

I remember that their version of "Frankenstein Conquers the World" had cut all the scenes with Nick Adams...

-Kevin Browne

Hey "RONDO"! I'd watch those shows & movies after school, too! In Park Ridge, IL(where I grew-up) we had "The BIG Show" run home to watch those movies, too. After school, at 3:30 pm cst, Ch. 7(abc) had "The BIG Show" with movies like "ROBOT MONSTER", "HOW To Make a MONSTER", "I Was A Teenage werewolf", The Giant GILA Monster", "Teenage ZOMBIES"(these last 2 starring the great Don Sullivan, whom I finally met at BASH 2008, Thank you for having him), "DR. CYCLOPS" & finally, in 1964, when I was in 2nd grade, "King KONG"!

Then my little brother & I went to our historic "PICKWICK Theatre" in Park ridge, IL to see "King KONG Vs. Godzilla" for Only .25-Cents! My Mom paid, of course & gave us each an extra "dime" to buy whatever trading cards we wanted afterward, at our local "Ben Franklin Dime Store"! After the movie (we were "rooting" for KONG to beat Godzilla, of course), we walked a block to "Ben Franklin DIME store & to out great Surprise, they had "King KONG" Trading cards for ONLY 5-Centa a pack (of 5 photo cards), with a stick of that "GRR"-eat-tasting pink bubble-gum! The "King KONG" cards had photos of the movie we'd just seen, "King KONG Vs. Godzilla" & the orig. "King KONG"! I still have a few of those cards in my basement aka "DUNGEON"!

Also at 3:30 pm, on other days Ch. 2(cbs) would occasionally show "The Werewolf"(1956 by Columbia starring Steven Ritch in my fave werewolf movie) & "Creature From The Black Lagoon"! After school in the 1960's-70's we had "GIGANTOR"(I also bought a vhs Video of "GIGANTOR" for Only 5-bucks), "ThunderBirds", "CLUTCH Cargo", "Hercules" cartoon, The Marvel SUPER HEROES cartoons, "The DICK TRACY SHOW" cartoons on "Garfield GOOSE And Friends"(hosted by WGN's Frazier Thomas, whom i met when Mom took us to WGN-TV to be in audience of "BOZO's Circus" Show in 1961) & "SPECTREMAN"!

Oh & I too would RUN home about a half-mile after the bell sounded at "Lincoln Jr. High School"(Park ridge, IL) & would arrive on our front porch, "huffing & puffing" & running through the front door into the parlor, so as not to miss a "second' of "DARK SHADOWS"! It came on at 3:00 pm cst, on ch. 7(abc), right before we watched "The BIG Show" on the same channel, to watch their 3:30 pm "MONSTA"(Monster) Movies! They showed other Hoots(Hits?!) like "Invasion of The Saucermen" & other "GRR"-eat A.I.P. Drive-In Classics like faves of mine, "SHE CREATURE" & "IT Conquered The WORLD"(my fave Roger Corman), both made in 1956- the year I was born & same year BELA "Dracula" Lugosi died!

BELA Lugosi is my 2nd-fave actor & BORIS Karloff is my favorite actor.

"FANGS" for The Cooool, FUN "MONSTA"(Monster) Memories! Your "FIEND", David aka ROCK! -David "ROCK" Nelson.

I LOVE your stories Ron...I could listen all day..You need to Write a book ;-) thank you for being their and for what you do......TY.



New! Kino DVDs in Stock Ahead of Schedule!

Now in remasters with loads of extras...THE DIABOLICAL DR. Z (1966) and AT THE EARTH'S CORE (1976) with MONSTER BASH favorite Caroline Munro. These are both in stock and ready to creepy to your doorstep now!


A twisted European Jess Franco flick. A young doctor uses her evil ways to revenge the death of her father. Torture, nasty mechanical devices and an alluring spider woman dance. Extras: Trailer, commentary by Tim Lucas, English language and French language. Restored.

Stars Doug McClure, Peter Cushing, Caroline Munro and Cy Grant. The classics Edgar Rice Burroughs story of an inner earth world called Pellucidar. A group of explorers bore to the center of the earth to find this land, still ruled by dinosaurs and strange creatures. Extras: Interview with Caroline Munro, Kevin Connor. Commentary, trailer and more!

Get them in our New DVD Department for fast shipping right now! They're hee...lurking for you at Creepy Classics.



Get Admission Memberships and Dealer Tables NOW for June 22-24, 2018's MONSTER BASH!

Now available...get your MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE membership passes or dealer tables to be a vendor at MONSTER BASH!

Get your admission membership now! Don't miss out on the next big summer MONSTER BASH.

The Bash will have all the great features you know and love: Mexican Monster Night with free tacos and burritos (while supplies last), the giveaway prize-toss with hundreds of dollars in free prizes tossed out to the audience....blu-rays, DVDs, books, magazines, toys and more. Plus, giant sheet cakes in the lobby Saturday night, free BASH cake while it lasts!

Here's the new preview trailer...CLICK HERE!

The guests of honor include Leo Gorcey's daughter Brandy Gorcey, Vincent Price's daughter, Victoria Price, Sharyn Moffett from THE BODY SNATCHER with Boris Karloff, Joyce Meadows from THE BRAIN FROM PLANET AROUS, Janina Faye from HORROR OF DRACULA and DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS, John Russo from NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD and more, more, more in the works! Brandy will be bringing many personal items from her dad's estate like letters, his hat (that he hit Sach with!) and more great stuff.

John Agar in spirit, Joyce Meadows in person at MONSTER BASH June 22-24, 2018!

Don't scare miss the next summer MONSTER BASH.

CLICK HERE to get your 3-Day Membership Admission.

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New! Monster Kids Rejoice...MONSTER BASH #32 and SCARY MONSTERS #107 in Shock Stock

Get the latest, greatest movie monster off the slab. It's MONSTER BASH #32 and SCARY MONSTERS #107. Details:

It's for MONSTER MOVIE FANS only! A special, creepy cool issue with THE MUMMY STRIKES AGAIN by film historian Frank Dello Stritto, The behind the scenes stories of MAD MONSTER PARTY, PLANT MONSTERS OF THE MOVIES, ROBOT MONSTER REMEMBERED, Your Fan Flashbacks, The Gruesome Gallery and more to see. Grab in now! CLICK HERE.

SCARY MONSTERS #107 - Magazine
Scary, scary...issue #107! Big bugs! Plus, Larger Than Life - Allison Hayes, Interview with Basil Gogos, Attack of the Amazing Colossal Monsters of the 1950s, Auto Monster Art, and super packed with photos and Monster Memories. Don't scare miss this one.

They're both now in our on-line Creepy Magazine Newsstand at Creepy Classics...get yours for that winter reading ahead!



CLICK ABOVE and Let's Go Back To the "Old Days" of Growing Up With Monsters!

I have so many great memories growing up. The song "Old Days" by Chicago always makes me nostalgic...pining for those days of simple things. Loving comic books, monster magazines, having fun with friends. I posed my idea of setting the Monster Kid world to that tune with my friend Joshua Kennedy. Josh did a bang-up job fleshing out my vision of that song tied into our world of growing up.

CLICK HERE or the above image/link, sit back and get revved for June's MONSTER BASH with all your Monster Kid friends!

It's a Monster Boom Generation! -Ron Adams.

Hi Ron,

Thanks for posting that great video! Joshua Kennedy did a great job; very evocative of those great times. It's wonderful to still have that "special place" to duck back into when circumstances and events make life difficult at times. Mightier than Kong, more tenacious than the Wolf Man and more indestructible than Frankenstein's monster It's that place in our movies, magazines, memories and friendships with other fans. I am SO glad to be a Monster Kid!

Paul Speidel, Canada

Loved the video "Old Days", "RONDO"! "Fangs"(Thanks) for sharing it. That Frankenstein vs Wolfman was "Grr"-eat & the other Frankenstein "swatting" that guy in front of the garrage, The "Werewolf"(?? or "Dog Boy"?) with alot of hair, throwing his "buddies" around, etc! "Happy, 'THRILL-ing' New Year 2018 & BEYOND" to you all, too, "RONDO" & "FANG"-mily(family) & "FIENDS"! Here's a new video that was just finished being edited today by "FORRY's" nephew, Craig scott LAMB. He asked me to do my scenes & he edited this. Hey, "FIENDS", SEE THIS! It's my ULTIMATE CHALLENGE, "David ROCK Nelson MEETS King KONG"! WHO will WIN??! "FANGS"(Thanks) to Craig Scott Lamb of Hollywood for doing this(my scenes recorded by me, he edited this)! ENJOY! Your "FIEND", ROCK! David Rock Nelson, B-"Monster" Moviemaker/actor 26-Years & BEYOND, former MARINE Corporal "OO-Rah" Nelson(1976-'80) in U.S. Marine Corps & your annual "Halloween" guest B-"Monster" Moviemaker.


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