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Monsters Tue Jul 17 2018 16:18:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Getting closer to their 200th issue, the folks at Ghoulish Publishing just keep cranking out quality monster goodness. At the moment, THE DARK SIDE is my favorite monster 'zine, unseating FANGORIA when it ceased publishing.This issue of The Dark Side
Today we gots a wild one! Director Jess Franco brings on the insanity when the great Christopher Lee plays the Lord Chief Justice of 17th century England who condemns women as witches to further his political and sexual needs!Besides Chris Lee, this
Larry Talbot and the Monster are in the middle of their operation when things don't go to plan in "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man".(Notice the obvious stunt doubles for Lon Chaney and Bela Lugosi)
This just in...Mad Scientist #33 is back from the printer and ready to ship! Just check out this spectacular wraparound cover by John Rozum. It's a cut paper collage with multiple 3D layers features the cast and creatures of the classic Willis O'Brie
Tonight's Saturday Night Special from 1989 is titled "Shocking Dark!" Why is it called "Shocking Dark" you might ask, and the answer is.....The actual original title was "Terminator II," and that just wasn't going to fly! Arnie's first "Terminator" m
Why it's the Creature From the Black Lagoon!
Since Friday the 13th is one of our favorite days, I thought I'd feature our favorite guys, The Three Stooges! Today, the Stooges are witnesses at a trial where their friend, a dancer at a nightclub where they work as musicians, is accused of murder.
This Wolf Bat Monster...  shows off his Aurora Mummy model kit with a winning plaque from the Monster Model contest put on by Universal, Aurora, and Famous Monsters.
PHOTONVol. 1 No. 251974Editor & Publisher: Mark FrankAssociate Editor: Jim WnoroskiConsulting Editor: Ronald V. BorstArt Editor: Bill NelsonCover artist: Bill NelsonPages: 48Cover price: $1.50This issue proves why Mark Frank's PHOTON was such
It's a Lucky 7-11 Wholesome Wednesday in The Dungeon, that is, wholesome if you consider murder and heroin addiction wholesome, which oddly enough, a lot of people do these days!"DECOY" was on TV for what they considered one season in 1957 and 1958,
Boris Karloff from "Bride of Frankenstein".
MOTION PICTURE COMICSVol. 1 No. 110 (When Worlds Collide)May 1952Fawcett Pubications, Inc.Executive Editor: Will LiebersonEditor: C.V. WoodsArt Editor: Al JetterCover: Photo collagePages: 36Cover price: 10 centsSTORY AND ART CREDITSTitle page: George
Here we go!.. A 20th Century astronaut, caught in a time warp, and a hideously malformed future Earthling go back in time hoping to change history. They target a young woman before she can give birth to the scientist who creates a bio-warfare agent w
Jack Pierce attends to Boris Karloff while the stand-in dummy looks on.  Or is it the other way around?From "Bride of Frankenstein".
The Prom is over, and now it's time for drunken madness and the "Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare" to begin! Welcome to The Dungeon, Let's rock!The sad thing is that this is probably one of the best movies I've seen in awhile!Get it straight right aw
Valerie Hobson as Elizabeth from "Bride of Frankenstein".
Today's story's about revenge... For years, high school seniors Kelly Lynch, Jude Cunningham, Wendy Richards and Nick McBride have been hiding the truth of what happened to ten-year-old Robin Hammond the day her broken body was discovered near an aba
Quasimodo is whipped solely for being different in "The Hunchback of Notre Dame".
Welcome to the Independence Day edition of Weird Wednesday in The Dungeon!Tonight's fiery display was made in 1987 and was called "The Curse!" It's loosely based on the brilliant H.P. Lovecraft's "The Colour Out of Space."My adventure with "The Curse
Lon Chaney, Jr. looking dapper and handsome!
MONSTERS OF THE MOVIESVol. 1 No. 3October 1974Magazine Management Co. (Marvel Comics)Editor-in-Chief: Roy ThomasWest Coast Editor: Jim HarmonEast Coast Editor: Chris ClaremontArt Director: John RomitaCover: Bob LarkinPages: 84Cover price: $1.00Length
Here's a West German/Spain production directed by Jess Franco, the story goes like this... In Istanbul, lawyer Linda Westinghouse is having erotic dreams, a strange woman has been in them every night. Her analyst suggests she find a new lover. Linda
I'd love to have seen a giant Creature in my town!
It's time for another Saturday Night Special in The Dungeon, and what I have for you is a 1961 classic from South of the border, so grab that bottle of "Exotico" and vomonos!The original title was "Muecos Infernales," which translates to Devil Dolls,
A great and rare behind the scenes photo of Lon Chaney from "The Phantom of the Opera".
MODERN MONSTERSVol. 1 No. 2June 1966Prestige PublicationsPublisher: Jim MatthewsEditor: Gunther CollinsArt Director: Tony StuartContributing Artist: Jerry KayPages: 88Cover price: 50 centsOverlooked by the praise heaped upon CASTLE OF FRANKENSTEIN, J
Today we have the Horror and Sci-Fi Movies of Gloria Talbott, and although there are only four, they're good ones... Gloria was born in 1931 outside of LA in Glendale, a city co-founded by her grandfather! Growing up in the shadows of the Hollywood s
A rare behind the scenes photo from "The Golem".
Here is the concluding part to the Gold Key Giant Comic, UFO FLYING SAUCERS, with more stories based on actual events. UFOs were a big deal back then, and their appearances all over the world and their interactions with humans are still happening and
 Tonight's Weird Wednesday Dungeon feature is the pilot episode of the TV show titled "The Incredible Hulk" that ran for five seasons, and 82 episodes from 1977 to 1982. Then of course, there were all the spin-offs like "The Trial Of The Inc
I'm not positive which role Jack Pierce is making Karloff up for in this photo.  Anyone have any ideas?
To millions of comic book fans, Spider-Man is the ultimate Marvel superhero. Now, MMW has learned of the passing of his creator, Steve Ditko, on June 29, at age 90 years.During his lengthy career, Ditko worked for all the major comic book publishers,
Here's a great little 39 minute British short you've probably never heard of... In the classic Poe story, a traveler arrives at the Usher mansion to visit his old friend, Roderick Usher. Upon arriving, however, he discovers that Roderick and his sist
Oh how I would love to wander inside his workshop!
Yet another pop culture craze in the 1960s was the phenomenon of UFOs and flying saucers. Influenced by books such as Frank Edwards' Flying Saucers, Serious Business (1966) and two seasons of the Quinn Martin-produced TV show, THE INVADERS (1967-1968
Tonight's Saturday Night Special isn't really a grudge match per se, it's just a simple comparison between two very similar versions of the same show called "Life On Mars!" The British version came out in 2006, and was a great show in my opi
Boris Karloff and Jack Pierce discuss ideas to bring the Frankenstein Monster to life.
POE'S TALES OF TERRORNo. 793 (One shot)February 1963Dell Publishing Co., Inc.Editor: Don ArnesonCover: Photo coverPages: 36Cover price: 12 centsThis "Dell Movie Classic" is the adaption for Roger Corman's film of the same name and features art by EC-
THE BULLWINKLE SHOW aired on TV from 1960-63 and was one of my all time favorite cartoons, also at this time we had BEANY AND CECIL and FELIX THE CAT, holy crap, how in the Hell could you beat that?!! Not to mention WB and Hanna-Barbera. Great freaki
Jack Pierce transforms Boris Karloff into the undead Egyptian of 3,500 years ago in "The Mummy".
"The Pit!" Jeezz.......so weird, but not really in a good way! Welcome to another Weirdass Wednesday in The Dungeon! You might want to tighten up your straitjacket a notch for this one!In this Canadian film, they can't figure out if the story is abou
No, not Dr. Frankenstein, but the author of "Frankenstein" herself, Mary Shelly!As portrayed by Elsa Lanchester in "Bride of Frankenstein".
Yet another 'zine that's been locked up in the tomb, this time for 3 years, is again being unleashed upon the unsuspecting world of humans. The folks at MY MOVIE MONSTERS are waiting for you to pre-order a copy right now.CONTENTS:This Summer Special
Time to turn the Lights Out!.. Today's tale's about Mr. Corbeau, he wants to turn the pristine Beware Island into a gambling destination. His plans for building a connecting bridge to the natural paradise are continually delayed, and, his engineers a