Midnight Marquee 77

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Midnight Marquee Press, Inc. #ad - Midnight marquee #77 contains chapter on The Invisible Man, The Deadly Mantis and pages of DVD reviews by Gary J. Svehla.

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Midnight Marquee #80

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Midnight Marquee Press, Inc. #ad - Svehla the mummy’s shroud: hammer’s dusty secret by nicholas anez the fearsome foursome: under-appreciated horror of the 1970s and 1980s by ernie magnotta a history of planet film Productions by Christopher Gullo A Cinematic Primer to Jess Franco by Troy Howarth The Medusa Touch: “I Have a Gift for Disaster” by Nicholas Anez “You Have 45 Seconds to Leave the Theater!” William Castle’s Homicidal by Barry Atkinson Midnight Marquee—Book Review Midnight Marquee—DVD/Blu-Ray Review.

Includes seddok, son of satan: atom age horror by Barry Atkinson Thriller’s Classic Horror Episodes—Season 2 by Gary J. Midnight marquee now in it's 55th year offers issue number 80 .

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Midnight Marquee 78

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Midnight Marquee Press, Inc. #ad - Svehla. Issue 78 of midnight marquee features alien: in space no one Can Hear Your Primal Screams and A History of the Horror Film Portmanteau anthology plus pages of DVD reviews by Gary J.

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Midnight Marquee 50th Anniversary Issue: 1963-2013, #79 Midnight Marquee Magazine

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Midnight Marquee Press, Inc. #ad - Svehla; steven thornton; Neil Vokes and Artwork by Allen K. Robert knox, david ludwig, david Robinson with cover art by Bill Nelson and Dave Ludwig . Bansak; mark clark; jim clatterbaugh; bruce dettman; richard klemensen; jonathan Malcolm Lampley; Arthur Joseph Lundquist; Greg Mank; Don Mankowski; David Metzler; Stephen Mosley; Neil Pettigrew; Bryan Senn; Brian Smith; Gary J.

50th anniversary issue of midnight marquee magazine features the history of the magazine, a look at fandom and of course articles on films but writers including Anthony Ambrogio; Barry Atkinson; Edmund G.

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Midnight Marquee 76

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Midnight Marquee Press #ad - Issue 76 of midnight marquee features Forum/Against Em - Psycho Halloween: Slicing and Dicing the Urban Legend by Daniel J. Graffeo jamie lee curtis and the virginity myth by mark Allan Gunnells Plan 9 From Outer Space: Why the Plan Worked by Carl Schultz and over 50 pages of DVd reviews.

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The Making of Planet of the Apes

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Harper Design #ad - Now, five decades after its theatrical release, New York Times bestselling author J. W. Rinzler tells the thrilling story of this legendary Hollywood production—a film even Boulle thought would be impossible to make. With a foreword by fraser heston, the making of planet of the Apes is an entertaining, informative experience that will transport readers back to the strange alternate Earth ruled by apes, Charlton Heston's son, and bring to life memorable characters such as Cornelius, Dr.

Zaius, and taylor, the human astronaut whose time-traveling sparks an incredible adventure. Foreword by fraser hestonin celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of planet of the Apes, The Making of Planet of the Apes tells the film and offers exclusive, the classic science-fiction film from 1968, never-before-seen photographs and concept art.

Based on pierre boulle's novel la planéte de singes, the original Planet of the Apes was one of the most celebrated films of the 1960s and beyond. Meticulously researched and designed to capture the look and atmosphere of the film, storyboards, and never-before-seen imagery—including rare journal pages and sketches from Charlton Heston's private collection—as well as color and black-and-white unit photography, The Making of Planet of the Apes is also packed with a wealth of concept paintings, posters, and more unique ephemera.

The Making of Planet of the Apes #ad - Comprehensive in scope, a must-have for fans, The Making of Planet of the Apes is the definitive look at the original blockbuster film, film buffs, and collectors alike. Zira, Dr. Starring hollywood icons charlton heston and Roddy McDowall, the movie struck a chord with the world and sparked a franchise that included eight sequels, two television series, and a long-running comic book.

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Thing From Another World, The 1951 Blu-ray

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Warner Archives #ad - Arctic researchers discover a huge, frozen spaceling inside a crash-landed UFO, then fight for their lives after the murderous being a pre-Gunsmoke James Arness emerges from icy captivity. Will other creatures soon follow? the famed final words of this film are both warning and answer: “Keep watching the skies!” A snappy ensemble.

Don’t miss a moment of “one of the best sci-fi thrillers of the ‘50s” John Stanley, Creature Features. Keep watching the skies and the screen. All merge in an edgy classic produced by howard Hawks Bringing Up Baby, Rio Bravo and filled with Hawksian trademarks of rapid-fire dialogue and of people united by do-or-die stress.

Thing From Another World, The 1951 Blu-ray #ad - Shrink-wrapped. An eerie theremin-infused Dimitri Tiomkin score. Rising suspense. Crisp Christian Nyby direction.

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The Vampire And The Ballerina Blu-ray

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Shout Factory #ad - And keep you firmly transfixed at the edge of your seat! Shrink-wrapped. They have no idea that a horror legend two thousand years old is about to come alive in the form of a group of vampires, all thirsting for blood. Shot in and around the grounds of an ancient Italian castle, this creepy and atmospheric thriller follows a company of beautiful ballerinas on tour, when they become stranded within its sinister, stony old walls.

Shrink-wrapped. Coupled with the smooth direction of Renato Polselli is some really fantastic cinematography that uses lighting and shadow effectively to make this film really come alive", The Telltale Mind. Especially their nefarious and brutal queen.

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