The front cover image is a Daniel Horne oil painting of Victor Pascow from 1989's Pet Sematary, and the mag celebrates the 30th anniversary of the terrifying original movie with a detailed feature on how Stephen King's novel came to the screen.
Issue 16 includes:
Pet Sematary -- the 1989 Stephen King adaptation is packed with moments that capture the mood of golden age gothic horror. Star Brad Greenquist explores the power of saviour ghost Pascow.
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Holmes Herbert -- this prolific character star appeared in a huge number of horror movies, bringing authority and gravitas to characters across a wealth of classics.
Killer Kitties -- from big cats to cute kittens, the felines of horror movies usually need more than a saucer of milk to calm them down.
The Gorgon -- Hammer Horror's atmospheric chiller took Greek mythology in a whole new direction with sterling performances from Barbara Shelley, Peter Cushing, and Christopher Lee among others.
Bel-Air Productions -- their best-known movie is star-studded 1956 chiller The Black Sleep, but this small studio actually made three contributions to the world of horror movies.
Issue 16 of Classic Monsters of the Movies is full of movie stills and artwork restored and reproduced to the very highest standard. Full-color printing throughout gives imagery a depth and richness that you won't find elsewhere, while leading-edge journalism brings a new angle on the classic horror movies you love. Classic Monsters of the Movies is the ultimate magazine for any monster kid.
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