Henry or Victor? They both were scientific geniuses but from very different backgrounds. Their tragedies and triumphs were brought to movie theaters by two very different production companies -- more than two decades apart.
Join us as we take an in-depth look at Colin Clive as Henry Frankenstein (from Frankenstein, 1931) and Peter Cushing as Victor Frankenstein (from Curse of Frankenstein, 1957). Which of these two cinematic creators of life was the most successful in purely scientific terms? You decide.
We also have another thrilling visit with "John Agar the B-Star" in Part II of our review of his horror and sci-fi films. In addition to Monster Kid favorites like Kaiju Korner, Dr. Gangrene's Mad Interview, and Tiny Tales of Terror, we examine the films of Ray Milland, including X The Man with the X-ray Eyes! Join Sam Scare and the rest of the gang as we continue to bring horror fans like you A Real Monster Magazine -- all classic, all the time!
The ghoulish guts of Issue #103 includes:
- Scare Mail
- Curse of the Prehistoric Swamp Creature from Venus: The Films of John Agar - Part 2
- Strange Days: The Legacy of the Body Snatchers Movies
- What Would You Call Your Creation?
- Frankenbilly in "Dinner Bell"
- COVER STORY: Battle of the Monster Makers: The Science Behind Henry and Victor Frankenstein
- Big E's Bad Movies that Hurt So Good: Robot Monster
- Bob Burns and the World of Fantastic Monsters
- Could the Zombo Show be Successful Today?
- The Journey You're About to Take is ... Weird!
- Tiny Tales of Terror: Room 706
- A Closer Look: Ray Markham, Art Director of Horror
- Kaiju Korner: Gargantuas, Godzilla 1984 and Shin Again
- Irwin Allen's Visions of the Future - Part One: Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea
- Scareviews: The Magic Wan & Lucy the Scream Queen?
- The Horror and Sci-fi Films of Ray Milland
- Dr. Gangrene's Mad Interviews: Brian Trenchard-Smith
- The Latest Classic Horror and Sci-Fi on DVD & Blu-ray
- Scary Photo Captions
- Catalog of Scary Stuff!
Full color cover and vintage B&W content. 144 pages plus cover. Published December 2016 by MyMovieMonsters.com. Editor in Chief: Don A. Smeraldi. Art Director: Vicki Smeraldi.
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Now please take a few moments and join our very own Dr. Gangrene as he previews Scary Monsters #103!