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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: Tor after his beauty treatment with THE BLACK SLEEP (1956). Get THE BLACK SLEEP on DVD or Blu-Ray here at Creepy Classics.

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New! The Original NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD on HD Blu

On Sale for $9.99 at Creepy Classics

NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968) is in shock stock NOW, ready to ship from Creepy Classics!

Classic story of radiation from outer space bringing the dead back to life...if that weren't bad enough, they think living people taste pretty good. George Romero directed. 2K transfer from a rare original print. Original widescreen ratio. Restored in High Definition.

Order it for immediate shipping, it is in stock here. To get your Blu-Ray right now for 9.99, CLICK HERE.

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New! DVD and Digital Vincent Price Collection of Movies

In stock now:

Five feature films from Vincent Price: THE BAT, THE LAST MAN ON EARTH, THE JACKALS, SHOCK and HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL. Plus Digital as well as the hard copy DVD!

Get the DVD now, here at Creepy Classics in our New DVD and Blu-Ray Department.



The MONSTER BASH Octoberfest Show is Coming SOON!!!

MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST MOVIE MARATHON - The Canton Palace Theatre, Canton, Ohio. October 13-14, 2017. Our October show at one of the most AMAZING, glamorous movie palaces in this country - The Historic Palace Theatre, Canton, Ohio.

Get advance tickets now direct from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash: CLICK HERE.

The entire Universal FRANKENSTEIN Film Series on the BIG SCREEN in a real MOVIE PALACE!

Vendors and shopping on breaks and intermissions. Special guest TV's Son of Ghoul horror movie host.

Friday: Doors open at 3PM. Movies start at 6PM, with intermissions. FRANKENSTEIN (1931), BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1935), SON OF FRANKENSTEIN (1939), GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN (1942).

Saturday: Door open at noon. Movies start at 3PM, with intermissions. FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN (1943), HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1944), HOUSE OF DRACULA (1945) and ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948).

The Classic Monster Experience of a Lifetime.

We will be screening a marathon of classic horror on one of the biggest screens in the state of Ohio. The massive theatre seats about 1600 with a beautiful balcony. A big mezzanine area will feature the best of Monster Bash vendors. Creepy Classics (Monster Bash Headquarters) will fill the lobby with props and thousands of classic monster DVDs, Blu-Rays, Collectibles, T-Shirts, Monster Magazines and more.

Make your plans now! Here's a list of the Canton Hotels:

Call with any question: (724) 238-4317

Limited Vendors, call for your space now or order on-line: CLICK HERE.



Basil Gogos - Famous Monsters Artist Passes Away

Rest in peace, dear Monster Bash Conference alumni and great, great Famous Monsters cover artist Basil Gogos. Basil passed away September 14, 2017. -Ron

Here's an obit from MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE staffer Leonard Hayhurst:

Artist Basil Gogos died Sept. 14, 2017, according to Dread Central and other online outlets. He was very cautious about reveling his age, but we believe from records that he was 78 (not 68 a widely reported).

The Egyptian born Gogos of Greek heritage was known for his drawings and paintings of classic movie monsters and actors. He was inducted into the Monster Kid Hall of Fame from the Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards in 2006.

Gogos created almost 50 covers for FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND with the first being of Vincent Prince for issue nine in 1960. During the same period he also did covers for CREEPY, EERIE, SPACEMAN, WILDEST WESTERNS and THE SPIRIT.

In the 1970s, Gogos gave up commercial illustration to focus on fine art and worked as a photo re-toucher in the advertising department of United Artists.

Due to a resurgence in classic horror films and collectibles in the 1990s, Gogos did new art for trading cards, magazines, lithographs and CD covers for the likes of Rob Zombie and The Misfits.

Above: Left to right at MONSTER BASH: Basil Gogos, Zacherley, Forrest J Ackerman and Cortlandt Hull.

Incredibly sad news - my longtime friend, and inspiration since childhood, BASIL GOGOS has passed away. Not only did he influence my artwork with his amazing color in his Famous Monsters cover art, but also the original lighting in "The Witch's Dungeon" of my figures, which Bill Diamond has enhanced even more with the new lighting design.

He often shared our "Witch's Dungeon" booth together at various shows. I am so thankful that Basil visited my new museum format a couple years ago, loved the atmosphere so much, he hated to leave. I will always be thrilled by the two covers of Famous Monsters he created featuring my great uncle, actor Henry Hull.

Basil was an amazing talent, not only did he inspire so many of us, but he brightened our childhoods with the wonder of the colorful classic monsters, I was so fortunate to call him a very great friend.

-Cortlandt Hull, Bristol Connecticut - The Witch's Dungeon

The world is poorer and we are all a little sadder with the passing of Basil Gogos. Forry Ackerman and Jim Warren get so much credit for creating Famous Monsters of Filmland, and rightfully so, but can you imagine FM without Basil's covers? It just wouldn't be the same, and I dare say, it would not have been as successful. From his first on issue number nine, Basil set a standard that no one else ever reached. My favorite is his Zacherly cover on issue 15. Rest in peace, Mr. Gogos.

Vince Simonelli, Streamwood, IL

Above: Forry, Zacherley and Basil at MONSTER BASH 2006.

Hi Ron,

You have heard by now I am sure but we have lost another great. Our beloved Basil Gogos passed away Wednesday Sept.13, 2017. Though Wikipedia says 14th so not sure.

 Sad news indeed.

Jim Rhodes, Estacada, OR



Terrific Show! The Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention

Last Week - New Photos Coming Soon...

Thanks to Martin and Michelle Grams for presentg this great show. Also a BIG thank you to Creepy Classics' staffers Dan Weber and Barb Heiss! And, as always, thank you for stopping by to talk movies. -Ron

For all the details....please CLICK HERE!



The Monster Bash Lifetime Achievement Award On The Road

Monster Bash Lifetime Achievement Award ("The Forry") went on a visit to New Jersey recently. Pictured are Michael Lederman, award winner Zach Zito and Bruce Tinkel!

See all the winners from the past year's, by clicking HERE!

Thanks to Bruce Tinkel for e-mailing the photo!



Are You A Monster Kid?

Well, are you? Take this video test produced by Joshua Kennedy, and we'll all find out!

Click the image above, or CLICK HERE!



New! MAD SCIENTIST #32 Magazine at Creepy Classics

This fun monster mag has heart! In this issue: Prehistoric Monster Movies, The Aurora Monster Models, GHIDRAH - THE THREE-HEADED MONSTER, Terror Beneath the Sea Films, Fungus Horrors and GODZILLA too!

It's now available in our on-line Creepy Magazine Newsstand, here at Creepy Classics. Snag yours today.




Drive-In....1968 to the Present

It was a real event, I mean a REAL event. It was 1968 and Dad and Mom said, get ready. We're going to the drive-in. This meant packing blankets, pillows, some comic books (for before the movies started) and getting prepared to "hunker down" for a late night of movies in a special location, The Star-Lite Drive-In in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. An exciting BIG DEAL!

I was nine, my sister just four and my Dad's gray Dodge station wagon was about to become our living room and home for a long Saturday night. Cartoons, drive-in snack bar promo films and MUNSTER, GO HOME (a re-issue from a few years earlier)!

My parents sat in the front seat, dad had put the back seat down, creating a long area in the back for my sister and I to have our blankets padded out and pillows. On the way in, there was that familiar crunch of gravel under the stations wagon's wheels as we headed for a parking spot. The metal speakers echoing announcements from all around. I was reading my FANTASTIC FOUR comics and FOR MONSTERS ONLY magazine before things got started.

We got to go with a Dad to the concession stand for hot dogs and popcorn, a magical refuge for food, and the bathrooms on the side of the building. Many years later, I got some projection training in the booth, also housed in the building.

This was really something. An experience that most kids today never get to experience. I lament the closings of so many drive-ins across the country. So many states don't even have drive-in theaters anymore. The Starlite in Bellefonte is now closed. But, near where I live, we still have The Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift, PA. Creepy Classics/Monster Bash sets up at the drive-in for special Drive-In Super Monster-Rama shows put on by Todd and Emma, owners of the theater and George Reis who runs the web site DVD Drive-In. Thanks to them, I can relive those memories and great times still...

-Ron Adams, Ligonier PA

Loved reading that!

I grew up behind the Hocking Drive-In Theatre in Logan Ohio. My backyard was the drive in!

There was no fence!!  We'd go over and turn the volume upon the speakers.  Looked right out our back porch to the screen!! But your image of the concession stand was so spot on!! Of course when it went to X rated features that got interesting.  ;)

Jay Spencer, Canton, OH

Another great editorial Ron on the good old Drive-Inn days. (By the way, I hope you are saving all your editorials for that book you might write some day.)

Where I grew up, we had a big field behind our house and then the train tracks. On summer evenings we used to walk the tracks about 3/4 of a mile until we would come to our own Drive-Inn just situated on the outskirts of town. When we were sure there wasn't anybody looking, we would make a dash for the big fence and climb it as fast as we could. Sitting up against the fence in the remotest part of the field we were well entertained by the features.

In the 60's and 70's it didn't always matter what films were showing because back then we were still movie starved as there wasn't the great abundance of video like today and with only two TV stations, sometimes it was slim pickings. I do remember The Nutty Professor, The World of Abbott & Costello, a few forgettable war pictures and the odd Elvis movie. We even saw a re-issue of The Blob! I think the best ones were the Hammer horrors. We saw quite a few there and I can tell you that the walk home was nerve racking to say the least... especially after seeing the Dracula films! On the way home you thought any minute now it's over for us!

The walk home was rather brisk to say the least. At any rate, for the Monster kids out there, old or young try and get to see "Drive-Inn Blues", an 80's documentary by Jan Krawitz on the slow demise of the Drive-Inns across America. It's a bit sad but it sure brings the memories home. There is an excerpt on YouTube.

I only remember going to the drive in twice as a kid, and both times were horror films.
The first was "BUG" in 1975, and I still vividly remember a woman picking up the phone and getting her ear burned off.

The second, and much more terrifying to me was "Track of the Moon Beast" There was some horrible lizard monster running around in the dark killing people.
That movie scared me for years afterward.

I remember we rode in the back of my dad's old International pickup. He would back in and we'd put the tailgate down. We had a perfect clear view.
Don't remember much else because the movies were too scary!

Dwayne Pinkney, Jefferson, OH

Hey Ron,

I LOVED your drive-in story! Your description about the sound of the gravel crunching underneath the tires took me right back to those times. It really was a special place.

Back in the summer of 1983 the drive-in in my hometown in Wisconsin was showing The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. I'd never seen it and was excited to go! I went with the girl I was dating at the time and that turned out to be a big mistake. We'd no more gotten parked and she wanted to smooch. I told her to knock it off, I was there to see the movie. (Can you believe it, a red-blooded, 18 year-old American male turning down a smooch from a pretty girl!) She kept hanging on me and finally I'd had enough. I started the car and drove her home! It was a pretty quiet ride, as I recall. I went back the next night - by myself - and watched the movie.

Sometimes a monster kid has to do what a monster kid has to do.

Brian Nichols, College Park, TX

We are lucky to have a drive in just a couple miles down the road from us, and another just 10 miles away from that one. We always grew up going to them, Friday nights. Then Saturday mornings we watched Channel 9 monster shows all morning.

I think I was in the 4th grade when I spent Friday night with a friend and was surprised to learn that not everyone went to the drive-in, and that there were cartoons on Saturday mornings. The girl's mom was shocked when I changed the channel to show her what we watched at our house on Saturday morning!

-Sandy Castle, Mansfield, Ohio



Monster Bash Octoberfest 2017

It's rapidly approaching...get your admission passes now!




It's here, the most action-packed, well-acted, with special effects that soar...THE ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN MARVEL (1941) on Blu-Ray and DVD:

The great serial with Tom Tyler as Captain Marvel facing odds with the nefarious Scorpion. Masked madmen, dusty tombs and non-stop action. 12 chapters. Commentary by Tom Weaver and Leonard Maltin.

On sale, Blu-Ray discounted about ten bucks right now, here at Creepy Classics in our New Blu-Ray & DVD Department.



Scenes From this Septembers Drive-In Super Monster Rama...HERE!

It was a great, great time and so much fun. Congrats to Todd and Emma at The Riverside Drive-In and George Reis at DVD Drive-In for rocking Vandergrift, PA. And they'll do it again in the spring!

A special thanks to the great Creepy Classics crew: Dan Weber, Ted Lewczyk, Joe Russell, Bob Kennedy, Ed Watson, Ethan Watson, Douglas Ray, Shawn Israel, Brenda Troup, Ursula Adams...thank you! -Ron

New photos from September 8-9, 2017 - DRIVE-IN SUPER MONSTER-RAMA:

Above: Cars getting in place...for a great time at the Drive-In Super Monster-Rama!

Above: The Creature Swims through the drive-in on the giant outdoor screen, still thrilling audiences!

Above: Another swimming lesson from Ricou Browning as the CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON.

Above: More fun at the Drive-In Super Monster Rama! Dan Weber, Joe Russell, Brenda and Emma...full of laughs and good times.

Above: Herman Munster makes an appearance at The Riverside Drive-In. The concession stand beefed up by DVDs, Blu-Rays, Magazines, Monster Toys, Posters, Magazines and Posters!

Above: Attendees hanging out at Creepy Classics in the concession stand between features on the big screen.

Above: An array of t-shirts in the drive-in concession building.

Above: Part of the motley crew for Creepy Classics/Monster Bash - Joe Russell (don't let that serious look fool ya!), Bob Kennedy (distracted by The Tingler crawling across the floor), Dan Weber (REALLY don;t let that serious look fool ya!) and Ron Adams.

Above: Early to the drive-in, a Roadmaster driven by the mysterious Mole Man. Complete with retro green pumpkin on the roof.

Above: A monstrous Saturday night at the drive-in with shopper Eric and a gang.

Above: Folks came from everywhere to attend the Drive-In Super Monster-Rama....North Carolina, Florida, New York....

Above: All ages pack the concession stand for a night of movies and fun.

Above: Ted Lewczyk surveys the scene at the Creepy Classics tables for the Drive-In Super Monster-Rama.

Above: The nuttiness at the drive-in makes for good times!

We'll do it again in April!



Get Your Lodging In Place for Next Summer's MONSTER BASH

Get on-site for next summer's MONSTER BASH (June 22-24, 2018). The Bash rate should be good for Wednesday through Monday during Bash. Get on-site so you can just take stuff upstairs during Bash and catch cat naps, so you don't miss any of the activities which are ALMOST 24 hours a day!

Note: The Bash on-site hotel for next summer was sold out. But, Victoria at the hotel just told me that three rooms opened up. Only three, if you wanted on-site, GET A ROOM NOW! Alternates are listed in a link below.

The hotel has provided this special MONSTER BASH link to get your room now:

Hurry, the rooms are going FAST. Victoria at the hotel said the phone is also ringing off the hook.

1-800-222-8733 (Tell them you're attending MONSTER BASH, or they'll say it's sold out).

Alternative Lodging:

Back-up lodging that is filling with Monster Bashers and less than a mile away (a few just a walk across the parking lot):



New! More Used Collectible VHS Tapes Are Here...

Now added to our Used Video Graveyard, some great, collectible tapes in excellent condition! Grab the VHS tapes missing from your collection right now, before they're gone, gone, gone!

You'll find all of the above and hundreds of other titles, perfect for the classic horror and science fiction film collector.

They're in our Used Video Graveyard, here at Creepy Classics....a graveyard smash!



Monster Bash Walk Around - June 2017

Here's a nice video by Bash Staffer Kevin Slick of Friday at MONSTER BASH this past June. Lots and lots of serious classic monster fans!


For more on the next MONSTER BASH event...CLICK HERE!



Admission Memberships and Dealer Tables NOW AVAILABLE 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!

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.

Don't scare miss the next summer MONSTER BASH.

CLICK HERE to get your 3-Day Membership Admission.

CLICK HERE to get your dealer table to vend at MONSTER BASH.



Above: The first floor of The Canton Palace Theatre!

Be Part of The Classic Monster Movie Experience of a Lifetime

This October 13-14, 2017, the complete Universal Frankenstein series will be screened at one of the finest restored movie palaces in the country...The Palace in Canton,'s the very special MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2017.

The classic series on the massive screen and classic monster collectible shopping with favorite MONSTER BASH vendors on the mezzanine level of the theater.

Friday, October 13, 2017:

Shopping starts at 3PM





Free Prize toss follws the last film.

Intermissions between the films include live organ music.

Saturday, October 14, 2017:

Shopping starts at noon





Free Prize toss follows the last film.

Intermissions between the films include live organ music.

Get your two day, full membership right now...CLICK HERE!

Or, individual film tickets sold at the door.

All the details...CLICK HERE!

And now, more photos of the venue, the restored Palace Theatre in Canton, Ohio:


What are you waiting for? Get your VIP Memberships NOW for a Halloween Season Friday & Saturday MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST at this venue! Don't miss out, this opportunity will never come again.



A Museum in Salem, Massachusetts!

Theron Statler (that's him above in two of the photos) sent in these great photos of this super display at a museum in Salem, Massachusetts: Peabody Essex Museum. Looks like a monster kid stopping point for sure! Wow!

And these from Theron:




New! Ray Bradbury's THE ILLUSTRATED MAN on Blu-Ray

Now in shock stock at Creepy Classics, THE ILLUSTRATED MAN (1969) on Blu-Ray.

Stars Rod Steiger, Claire Bloom and Robert Drivas. A young drifter comes across a hardened hobo who is covered in "skin illustrations." The elder has been looking for the woman who had tattooed his body from neck to toe. There is something elusive and thought provoking in the narrative and the young man looks into the bizarre illustrations and stories we go into a bizarre anthology of Ray Bradbury stories. Very much a product of the psychedelic era and full of enigmatic fantasy, adventure and horror.

Get it, for immediate shipping, in our Creepy Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics!



Above: The grand PALACE THEATRE.

Classic Horror Film Fest on the BIG SCREEN!

Like to see the entire Universal Frankenstein series in this theater? A real movie palace. Make it happen! Get your full membership to MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2017 (October 13 & 14) at the grand PALACE THEATRE with monster collectible vendors set-up too! Click here for details:

This might be the closest thing to the late, lamented "Phantom Stage" at Universal Studios, you'll ever see.



Actor Richard Anderson Passes Away

This in from Leonard Hayhurst (and thanks to Mike Ramsey for letting me know too):

Actor Richard Anderson died Aug. 31, 2017, at his home in Beverly Hills, California, according to the New York Times. He was 91.

Anderson is probably best remembered for playing Oscar Goldman, the federal agent boss on THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN and THE BIONIC WOMAN from 1974 to 1978 and following TV movies.

The character actor usually played sturdy authority figures. United Press International once said he had “the look of a man who was born in a Brooks Brothers three-piece suit.”


The native of Long Branch, New Jersey, also had recurring roles in the final season of PERRY MASON as a police lieutenant, on DAN AUGUST as a police chief and on DYNASTY as a senator along with guest spots on numerous other programs.

R.I.P. Richard Anderson.



See the NEW Video Now:

Now Open VIP Admission & Vendor Tables For MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2017


It's the Classic Monster Experience of a lifetime.

Two days at a classic grand movie palace....THE PALACE THEATER in Canton, Ohio. One of the largest screens in the state of Ohio. Seating for 1500. A large mezzanine level for classic monster vendors.

This may be the first time (and only time) that the entire Universal Frankenstein series played at one theater show in order, over two days, from FRANKENSTEIN (1931) through ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN (1948). Giveaways on Friday night (Blu-Rays, Monster Magazines, DVDs & T-Shirts).

The leaves will be in prime changing colors, a crispness in the air, the aroma of harvest apples in the night air.

Doors open for Scary Shopping on Friday the 13th at 3PM, with films starting at 6PM. Giveaways after the last feature.

Doors open for Scary Shopping on Saturday the 14th at 12 noon, with films starting at 3PM.

Get your VIP membership passes for the two-day series, now, direct from Creepy Classics/Monster Bash: CLICK HERE.

Get your vendor table for the fest now too, CLICK HERE.

Or, call (724) 238-4317 with Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express.

Questions? You can call too!




Don't Miss Out! Get Your Subscription To MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE Now!

With writers like Tom Weaver, Frank Dello Stritto, Greg Mank, Leonard Hayhurst and maybe YOU, coming soon...

Get your subscription now that will start with the next issue.....CLICK HERE.

Next issue coming out in late September 2017!



Actor Martin Stephens To Appear at MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST!

Actor Martin Stephens from THE INNOCENTS, VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED, THE HELLFIRE CLUB (with Peter Cushing) and Hammer Studio's THE WITCHES. He will be signing autographed photos at MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST 2017: Special thanks to Mark Statler for making this happen.


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

Video shot by Kevin Slick from Louisville, Colorado on a visit.

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