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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: creepyclassics@creepyclassics.com.

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The "Big" Boys Are Back In Town

Back in stock...all of your favorite Godzilla and Japanese giant monster movies on DVD and Blu-Ray.

We have cases full of your favorite Godzilla, Gamera, Mothra, Rodan, Ghidora movies. Even some of the out-of-print rare ones like DOGORA and MATANGO (ATTACK OF THE MUSHROOM PEOPLE). Plus, favorites like RODAN double featured with WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS, THE LEGEND OF DINOSAURS and KING KONG ESCAPES.

All factory sealed, new DVDs and Blu-Rays. The easiest place to shop these Saturday Afternoon Smash-Ups is in our "Godzilla and Japanese Monsters Department," here at Creepy Classics. The link will be in the left side bat after you CLICK HERE.

 

 

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?...No, Who Framed Monster Bash!

This in from super fan, artist and photographer, Malcolm Gittins:

Hi Ron,
Lily and I took a moment from our Jessica Rabbit shoot to give a shout out to Monster Bashers everywhere! She will be joining me at my table on Sunday (at MONSTER BASH in June!) and we'll have some surprises and I'll have prints of some our classic horror shoots at my table all weekend long..

Beast witches,
Malcolm

 

 

Creepy Classics' Double Feature Road Show!

This weekend Creepy Classics will be at two different monster shows in two different states. We've enlisted top mad scientists to make this happen. A tele-transporter from THE FLY movies along with special cloning equipment and one of those whirling, sparking thingies from Henry Frankenstein's lab. If it all works, and we have the utmost confidence in Dr. Bohmer and his staff, we will be set-up at both!

Two great shows shows, one creepy cool weekend. Creepy Classics will have HUGE displays at both shows. Thousands of classic monster products at both locations. All the new classic monster Blu-Rays, DVDs, Monster T-Shirts, Monster Magazines, Posters and much more.

Click the links below to check out more on these great shows:

www.chillertheatre.com

April Ghoul's Drive-In Monster-Rama

See you there....or there!

 

 

New! Get Your "Horror Witch" Shirt

It's spring and time be the fashionable monster lover you are!

It's horrible, it's nasty, it's freaky....everyone wants one! The "Horror Witch" T-Shirt. This hideous, drooling face in lovely greens on a black t-shirt. 100% pre-shrunk cotton quality shirt with quality screen art face. Our on-line shopping cart has options for sizes SMALL through XXL. They're in shock stock and you can order one for shipping right now. We do have size 3X too, but the shopping cart doesn't allow for that size for some reason....so you can call with credit card to order a size 3X: call (724) 238-4317.

 

 

Glimpse of Bela Candid in 1951

I just received an e-mail from MONSTER BASH attendee Phil Smoot. Phil had been passed along this seldom viewed link to a Pathe short film called SEEING STARS. It was shot in 1951 and features a brief close-up and mention of Bela Lugosi. It happens at about the :45 second mark into the short film. A nice little peek at Bela Lugosi at that time...he looked happy and enjoying himself. Click the link above to view it. Thanks to Phil for passing this along!

 

 

Second MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE This Year!

MONSTER BASH: A HAMMER HALLOWEEN!

October 10-12, 2014

After many requests for more MONSTER BASH days in a year and speaking with many people that want to come, but can't make it in June … it's a second full-size giant MONSTER BASH CONFERENCE OCTOBERFEST at the Four Points Pittsburgh North this October 10-12!

We'll be commandeering the entire huge hotel! A huge event room theater for films and guest talks, an eye-popping massive ballroom of vendors from across the nation, and guest movie and TV stars.

Already joining us:

Caroline Munro from DRACULA A.D. 1972, CAPTAIN KRONOS - VAMPIRE HUNTER, THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF SINBAD, AT THE EARTH'S CORE, THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN and more.

Veronica Carlson from FRANKENSTEIN MUST BE DESTROYED, DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE, THE GHOUL, THE HORROR OF FRANKENSTEIN and more!

Yvonne Monlaur from THE BRIDES OF DRACULA, CIRCUS OF HORRORS, THE TERROR OF THE TONGS. EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERY THEATE and more!

Victoria Price, Vincent Price's daughter! Above standing with a display from Cortlandt Hull's THE WITCH'S DUNGEON.

Retro TV: Larry Storch of F-TROOP, THE GHOST BUSTERS and more!

… and - the greatest make-up departments for classic monsters at any convention:

John Taterelli and Ron Chamberlain returns to create monsters to roam the halls of Bash!

Plus, many more stars to come!

A Hammer Halloween Celebration!

Get 3-Day VIP memberships for MONSTER BASH OCTOBER 2014 at a $20 discount right now! CLICK HERE and get ready to BASH in the Halloween Season when the leaves are in in full color and the autumn moon is full and bright. (Wolfbane not included).

Don;t miss out! Get your membership for a HAMMER HALLOWEEN - MONSTER BASH right now for a $20 discount:

CLICK HERE!

More Details? CLICK HERE for the MONSTER BASH OCTOBERFEST site which is growing like a radioactive Creepy Crawler …

 

 

Mr. Wilson & Classic Monsters

This newspaper comic clipping was given to me by Jon Doerr. How appropriate for all of us classic monster fans and the fact that Jay North (TV's Dennis the Menace) is coming to this June's MONSTER BASH! By the way, Jay grew up loving those monster movies that we love too! He's TV monster kid! See at Bash this June: www.monsterbash.us.

 

 

What Have You Been Watching?

Let us know some of the great "Creepy Classics: that you've been viewing lately....

Hi Ron,

This week I viewed a classic Boris Karloff, "The Man Who Lived Again' a/k/a 'The Man Who Changed His Mind' (1936)
It also stars character actress Anna Lee and English actor, John Loder. Its about a 'mad scientist' we know Boris plays this very well, who tries to transfer the 'soul' or thoughts from one person to another, with of course, disastrous results.

Boris doesn't need any makeup, just those dark circles under his eyes, his menacing hand gestures, and he conveys his sinister intentions, oh so easily. Any film with this great classic horror legend, never disappoints. Definitely worth viewing.

Regards, J50smonstakid(:, Arizona

Hi Ron:
 
My weekend movies were as different from each other as any two movies could be.

"The Man Who Laughs", from 1928, is a terrific film, probably one of the best silent movies. While not a horror film per say, the film features one of Jack Pierce's first great makeups for a Universal film.  Conrad Veidt plays Gwynplaine, a man disfigured by a ghoulish doctor. Veidt could not move his lips so all his emotion is conveyed, excellently, through his eyes and movements. Mary Philbin, who plays the blind Dea, also does a magnificent job. It's an exciting and touching film that only gets better.
 
Next was "Tobor the Great". It's a fun science fiction film with a great looking robot. It has no pretentions other to entertain and it does just that. It does take on the Red Menace by having Communist agents as the villains. The scene when Tobor fights them is the highlight of the film.   
The only fault I have with the film is Gadge, the annoying little boy played by Billy Chapin (possible future Bash guest?). He almost destroys the robot, lets Tobor wreck the house and gets kidnapped. All he gets is an "Oh Gadge" from his mother and the scientists.
Robert Shayne and William Schallart have unbilled cameos in the film.  It's a fun film from the early 50's.
 
Bruce Tinkel
Edison, NJ

Hi Ron,

With the weather getting nicer everyday, been enjoying outdoor activities as well as Spring cleaning. While going through the "organized clutter" of my office/library, found my paperback copy of NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD by John Russo a couple of weeks ago which I promptly re-read and relived all the memories that this one film, my all time favorite of any film, has meant to me.

First saw NIGHT on CREATURE FEATURES (Bob Wilkins hosting out of Oakland CA), I believe in mid 1972 (???) and found it certainly creepy, but bad weather knocked out our power and I missed most of it, so while thought it was good, not much impact.

A couple of years later, we had been living in the Panama Canal Zone and found a copy of THE FILM JOURNAL (Spring 1974) that had a very good detailed article on NIGHT and several other films. A few months later FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND # 109 had a decent "Film Book" and an ad for the Russo book, but for some reason I never got around to it...probably because I needed all my money for the endless magazines/comics/movies that my allowance supported.

August of 1975, NIGHT was finally going to be on the "Creature Features" that normally showed awful films like DECOY FOR TERROR, VAMPIRE MEN OF THE LOST PLANET and Mexican/Phillipines offerings (although, to be fair, a lot of the Mexi-Movies are quite a lot of fun). My buddies and huddled around the TV and were jolted out of our complacency by how GRIM the film was and also it was shown uncut, so all the gruesome activity was shoved right at us (A few months later, I think one of the BRIDES OF BLOOD was shown and some nudity was shown which certainly was a big deal). Over the next few years, NEVER missed it on TV, staying up late or setting my alarm to wake me depending on what ungodly hour it was being shown.

Cut to May 1981, was working at my People's Drug Store and one of my regular's came up with a copy of the Russo book (!!!!!!!!!!!!). I calmly asked him if there were anymore (planning to bribe or tackle him if there were not). I got my answer, purchased a couple of copies on my break and when I should have been reading "Death of a Salesman" for class that evening, read this instead. Think it's well written, quite creepy and even more downbeat than the film, if that's at all possible.

Over the next few years, still caught it on TV and lucky enough to see it at many Midnight movies that were playing in the Baltimore/Washington DC area and it was the first VHS I bought when I knew I would be getting a VCR for Xmas 1985 (that same Christmas, went to my parent's and my brother Scott was playing the gruesome DAWN OF THE DEAD...not the kind of movie you would expect for the holidays, but what the heck!).

I'm sure most people who would visit a site like CREEPY CLASSICS are familiar with the film and it's history. I think, for the money and resources they did not have, the cast and crew did a superb job and find it sad how they got such a raw deal on the distribution and not seeing hardly any money because it's in public domain. Have been fortunate enough to meet a lot of the surviving cast/crew at various conventions and found them all incredibly nice.

I watched NIGHT again this past weekend( for probably the 55th time since I first saw it ) and still find it as compelling, eerie and just plain good as the first time, so it should be no surprise I give this *****.

Everyone have a good week.
Steve Schimming
Sanbornton, NH

What have YOU been watching? Let us know with an e-mail to: creepyclassics@creepyclassics.com

 

 

New! Colorful Sci-Fi from the 1960s

Now on Blu-Ray, two colorful science fiction adventures from the 1960s. FANTASTIC VOYAGE (1966) and VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA (1964) are now in stock on Blu-Ray at Creepy Classics. You'll find these two eye-popping explorations in our Creepy Blu-Ray Department, here at Creepy Classics. They're also available in our Complete DVD Catalog for the DVD collector.

 

 

New! Giant-Sized Blu-Rays

Now in stock and ready to ship to your door....king-size monsters! Something about the holidays brings out those towering beasts that like to step on cities. Newly released and shock stocked at Creepy Classics, it's KING KONG VS. GODZILLA (1962) and KING KONG ESCAPES (1967). Both are in English and both are widescreen (to fit these big guys in).

Grab one for your Easter basket from the New DVD & Blu-Ray Department here at Creepy Classics.

 

 

Above: The trailer for the SON OF GHOSTMAN.

"Son of Ghostman" Comes To MONSTER BASH!

As you know MONSTER BASH is a retro conference that brings people who loved old horror movies, monster magazines and TV horror hosts together from all over the country, and world. Almost everything we do at MONSTER BASH is retro. It's our thing, our monster movie thing. But every once in a while something comes along that is our thing AND is grounded in our world of today. Something that ties around the genre and flings it right here next to us in 2014. SON OF GHOSTMAN is exactly that.

SON OF GHOSTMAN is a movie about today, about coming of age, about growing up with monster movies and our local TV horror host. But mostly, it's about us. Monster Kids of all ages finding our way in this world.

I can't say enough good things about this movie, that out of the blue, I was treated to by the director/writer, Kurt Edward Larson. The acting, the story, the direction, the likable (and not likable) characters all strike the perfect chimes at midnight.

This will screen at MONSTER BASH June 2014. There's a chance that Kurt might be able to make it there too. Regardless, this is something that every person who grew up liking horror hosts and monster movies needs....NEEDS to see. Endearing and....well, us.

The Feel-Ghoul Movie of the Year!

SON OF GHOSTMAN

Can't wait till BASH? CLICK HERE and see it in it's entirity now. I highly, highly recommend it.

-Ron Adams, Monster Bash

 

 

Mexican Monster Party - April 2014

By Roberto "Bobb" Cotter (author of The Mexican Masked Wrestler and Monster Filmography)  
 
Hola, amigos, and welcome to the latest thrilling chapter of the Mexican Monster Party - hard to believe we'll be Bashing soon! This month sees another addition to the Creepy Classics list of Mexican horrors, SANTO VS. THE RIDERS OF TERROR (a.k.a. Santo contra los Jinetes del Terror). This 1970 effort was directed by the 'father' of The Wrestling Women, Rene Cardona, with a script by Cardona and Jesus Velazquez Quintero... and here is as good a time as any to clarify, if need be, some information in my Mexican Masked Wrestler and Monster Filmography: Jesus Velazquez was more commonly known as Jesus "Murcielago" (Bat) Velazquez, and not only wrote the deliriously psychotronic Blue Demon film Shadow of the Bat and others, but acted in the Aztec Mummy films, and Cardona found a place for him in the Wrestling Women movies. Jose Velazquez Quintero was one of his many aliases. The film also features the dependable Armando Silvestre, and the ever popular Nathaniel 'Frankenstein' Leon, with Mary Montiel and Margarita Luna, among others, to provide the love interests and the hoochie-koochie. 



In SANTO VS. THE RIDERS OF TERROR, in a departure from the  norm, no monsters appear, unless one considers lepers to be monsters. And though depicted as such in the posters and advertising art for the film (and selected 'monstrous' camera angles), the lepers are, for all the terror they cause, ultimately depicted as sympathetic. It's, as the title suggests, basically a Western, with a masked wrestler and his manager sidekick instead of a masked cowboy and his Native American sidekick. Although that might sound like it has possibilities, it's just not as 'fun' as some other Santo movies, probably because lepers really exist, as did the appalling conditions to which they were subjected in this film (which is why they took to terrorizing). So El Santo's role could have (and probably should have) been played by that 'other' Santo(s), Gaston; like Santo vs. the Headhunters, he plays a straight action hero who just happens to be wearing a wrestling mask, and very little of his unique persona is transferred to the screen in this effort. However, taken AS an action movie, it's just fine, and definitely worth a look-see. A version of the film that WON'T be getting a look-see, however, is the lost "Sexo" cut, Los Leprosos y El Sexo - which might actually be a good thing! 

So saddle up with SANTO VS. THE RIDERS OF TERROR, it's well worth the ride! And as we slowly fade into the sunset, as always, we ask you to click at the Animal Rescue Site to provide food and care for shelter animals. See you next month; adios and Vaya con Dios, Uncle Roberto, Cousin Lucky and Cher.

Bobb Cotter is the author of THE MEXICAN MASKED WRESTLER AND MONSTER FILMOGRAPHY published by McFarland Books. Get it from our Creepy Bookstore here at Creepy Classics.

Get SANTO VS. THE RIDERS OF TERROR on DVD, factory sealed, in our Mexican Monsters Department here at Creepy Classics.

 

 

This Car is....Creature Cool!

An e-mail from Dean Vanderkolk:

My name is Dean Vanderkolk and I am a longtime Bash attendee. The Monster Bash was the first convention I ever attended, and each year when I return, it feels like a visit with cherished family and firends.

This year, I have the great pleasure of bringing along a friend of mine named Kirk Goodell. Kirk is one of the biggest fans of The Creature From The Black Lagoon that ever walked the earth, and he is delighted to finally meet Julia Adams and Ricou Browning.

Kirk has a specially customized car (see above photo) that he hopes to have Julia and Ricou sign at the event!

Thanks for writing Dean (and the photo of Kirk's great gilled car!). I bet Ricou and Julie will be delighted to autograph Kirk's car. -Ron

 

 

New! Complete Original Zones on Blu-Ray

I have vague meomoies of seeing some of THE TWILGHT ZONE series on it's original run. We lived in a brown house on College Avenue in Grove City, PA and I was bn 3-5 years old. One, in particular, I remember from the time period of 1963-64 was "The Dummy." About a ventriloquist dummy that had a life of its own.

Most of my memory of TWILIGHT ZONE comes from when I was first working in radio in the late 1970s and very early 1980s. It was run nightly at 11:30PM on channel 11 coming in from New York City on cable. Sometimes I'd have to wait till the end of a baseball game on a hot summer night....but, I would wait. I worked nights and it was a great way to end a work day after getting back to my apartment. The ZONEs are simply great.

The entire run of Rod Serling's original TWILIGHT ZONE shows, both half hour and hour episodes. 24 Blu-Ray discs! Spooky, wondrous, ironic...some of the best written television ever. Every actor you can think of probably appeared on this show. Re-mastered and beautiful quality. Loads of extras.

Get the Blu-Ray complete TWILIGHT ZONE set in our Creey Blu-Ray Department at Creepy Classics right now for $50 of the list price.

Do you have any favorites episodes and memorie from watching them?

 

 

Actor Peter Mark Richman Birthday

This submitted for your approval from Birthday (Monster) Bash reporter Scott Goettel:

Hi Ron,

It's for another round of Happy Birthday wishes! This time, it's for actor Peter Mark Richman, born April 16, 1927.

His acting credits are numerous to say the least. We Monster Bashers will certainly recall his role in an episode of The Twilight Zone titled "The Fear." Other credits include The Outer Limits, Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea, The Invaders, Land of the Giants, and The Incredible Hulk.

Another role of Mr. Richman was playing 'Duke Paige' in the James Franciscus TV series "Longstreet", in which martial arts icon and legend BRUCE LEE appeared as Longstreet's instructor in 4 episodes.

Happy Birthday Peter Mark Richman!

 

 

New! It's Back From the Black Lagoon

Back in stock: the novelization of the CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON from 1954. The original book sells for between $1000 - $6000. This great new edition is from Dreamhaven Books. Plus, lots of production, behind-the-scenes photos have been added, many never seen anywhere in print before! Samples:

Just a few copies in stock of this great-gilled book....get yours right now in the Creepy Books Department, here at Creepy Classics!

 

 

New MONSTER BASH Video

Check out the new MONSTER BASH promo spot, voiced by Monster Basher Scott Goettell of WQXE and THE VALLEY Radio Station that streams on-line here (Classic Oldies we grew up with while reading FAMOUS MONSTERS). The video is produced by Charles Henson (MONSTER BASH Videographer). Like it on You Tube and get ready to MONSTER BASH in June!

CLICK ABOVE IMAGE or HERE for the video!

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New! More Used VHS Titles

Above: THE BLACK SCORPION (1957) grabs a monster movie fan who had never seen the film...now he's sorry! Get THE BLACK SCORPION on used VHS along with lots of other, like new, used VHS tapes here at Creepy Classics. Here's just some of the new titles in our Used Video Graveyard:

Now in our Used Video Graveyard Department: THE BLACK SCORPION (1957), EARTH VS. THE FLYING SAUCERS (1956 - Ray Harryhausen animation), DRACULA HAS RISEN FROM THE GRAVE (1968 - Christopher Lee), THE WOLF MAN (1941 - The Chaney classic!), THE OKLAHOMA KID (1939 - James Cagney with Humphrey Bogart), HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (1958 - The William Castle Saturday night shocker!) and many more.

You'll find the Used Video Graveyard link near the bottom of the links in the left column at www.creepyclassics.com. See you there!

 

MONSTER BASH JUNE 2014!

Memberships - Current Discount, $10 Off, Until June 1, 2014 … don't miss out!

The festival dates are June 20-22, 2014. The conference for classic monster fans & profssionals from around the world.

Reservations are being accepted right now. (724) 776-6900.

Address: 910 Sheraton Drive  Mars, PA 16046

Back Up Hotels That Are JUST a Walk Across the Parking Lot! They will sell out, so get your room now:

Comfort Inn (just a short walk across the parking lot of the Monster Bash hotel) Phone:  (724) 772-2700

Super 8 (just a short walk across the parking lot of the Monster Bash hotel) Phone: (724) 776-9700

YOU CAN GET A ROOM FOR MONSTER BASH:

More Very Close Hotels (About 1 mile or less!) -- Filling Up With MONSTER BASHERS:

Fairfield Inn (724) 772-0600

Red Roof Inn (724) 776-5670

Hampton Inn (724) 776-1000

Motel 6 (724) 776-4333

Holiday Inn Express (724) 772-1000

Residence Inn (724) 779-1000

Marriott (724) 772-3700 (*Expensive, but nice)

Hyatt (724) 779-7900 (*Expensive, but nice)

Hilton Garden (724) 779-9999

Here are some pictures of the new location for Monster Bash (Four Point, Mars, PA) for 2013:

 

 

Happy Birthday Remembered, Valerie Hobson

This in from our Birthday reporter, Scott Goettel:

Born on April 14th 1917...the lovely Valerie Hobson, of "The Bride of Frankenstein". Although I liked Mae Clarke as Elizabeth in "Frankenstein", Valerie Hobson was clearly my favorite in her portrayal of the character. Such a classy beautiful woman. Wow.

Happy Birthday Valerie Hobson!

 

 

Riffing Dinner

Above photo of (clockwise from bottom left): Dan Weber, Joel Hodgson, Ron Adams and Leonard Hayhurst. The Bash staff gets together with Joel Hodgson of MST3K for dinner to talk Bash. There is a lot of fun coming down for MONSTER BASH June 2014! Joel will be joined on stage by EEGAH's own Arch Hall, Jr. Don't miss meeting MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER's creator and star, Joel Hodgson, at MONSTER BASH this June!

 

 

A Creature Will Walk Among Us!

Check out the work being done by sculptor/make-up artist John Taterelli, Jr. for MONSTER BASH in June.....a creature, will indeed, walk among us at MONSTER BASH. John is a super talented young sculptor and artist. Make sure to stop by his table and see the works in progress during this June's MONSTER BASH.

 

 

Upcoming Blu-Ray and DVD Releases!

COMING VERY, VERY SOON! -- We will have in stock before most other outlets:

DAN CURTIS' DRACULA (Jack Palance) - Blu-Ray May 27

THE TIME MACHINE (1960) - Blu-Ray July 8

MOVIES 4 YOU: THE VAMPIRE LOVERS (Hammer Horror), THE BAT PEOPLE, THE VAMPIRE (1957/John Beal), THE SCREAMING SKULL (MGM) - DVD

KING KONG VS. GODZILLA (1962/USA Version) - Blu-Ray April 1st

KING KONG ESCAPES (USA Version) - Blu-Ray April 1st

COUNTESS DRACULA (1971) - DVD/Blu-Ray Combo May 6th

NOSFERATU - THE VAMPYRE (1979) - Blu-Ray May 20

GODZILLA VS. HEDORAH (GODZILLA VS. THE SMOG MONSTER) - DVD & Blu-Ray

EBIRAH, HORROR OF THE DEEP (GODZILLA VS. THE SEA MONSTER) - DVD & Blu-Ray

GODZILLA VS. GIGAN (GODZILLA ON MONSTER ISLAND) - DVD & Blu-Ray

THE PHANTOM OF THE PARADISE (1974) - Blu-Ray

FRANKENSTEIN CREATED WOMAN (1967) - Blu-Ray In Stock at www.creepyclassics.com!

… and more … just keep watching right here and we'll have them, in stock, before most other retailer! Plus, we ship FAST Priority US Mail.

-Ron at Creepy Classics

 

 

Stop-Motion Animated Version From 1949

Now available on DVD --

ALICE IN WONDERLAND (1949)
Stars Carol Marsh, Stephen Murray and Ernest Milton. A bizarre European version of the classic fantasy with creepy stop-motion puppets mixed with live action. It was filmed in 1949 and not released until 1951 in the US where it was squashed by the release of the Disney version. This is far from the Disney version with some very odd humor and unsettling scenes that might scare kids. A film oddity that has drifted into relative obscurity.

See it in our Complete DVD Catalog on-line at http://www.creepyclassics.com.

 

 

Above top: Dan Weber and Ted Lewczyk after set-up at the Steel City Con in Monroeville, PA. Above lower: Dan Weber and the crowd.

Creepy Classics Back From Steel City

The STEEL CITY show in Monroville, PA was a rocking good time and it was great seeing a lot of new faces along with old friends like Malcolm Gittins, Richard Sands, Erin, George "The Animal" Steele.

A super-duper thank you to the greatest folks around, the Creepy Crew. This time around, thank you to Dan Weber, Bob Pellegrino, Leonard Hayhurst, Jon Doerr, Ursula and Paisley Adams, Ted Schmedley....or is it Lewczyk, Ed and Lexi Watson as well as M. Oleman (although he always kept a box over his head....paranoia issues).

Next up on the roadshows.....Chiller in Parsipany, NJ and the April Ghoul's Monster-Rama in Vandergrift, PA. Both are the weekend od April 25-27 and Creepy Classics will have a split crew with full set-ups at both!

 

 

Don Reese - It! Came From Iowa is Back at BASH!

In the above photo, comedian Don Reese terrorizes Monster Bash attendee Steve Wrzesien with laughter! Don Reese, the amazing colossal monster comic will perform at MONSTER BASH this June! Don is a favorite of ours and perfectly wraps his stand-up comedy around the brains of baby boomers who grew up in the Monster Generation.

See a preview of Don here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BxTB92kXbXU

and get ready to laugh.....you can't help it!

 

 

Monster Magazine May Triple Play!

A new bundle pack is here from Creepy Classics! It's baseball season and here at Creepy Classics, it's always monster season, so let's do a triple play of monster mags. Right now get the MAGAZINE MAY TRIPLE PLAY....three mags for the price of three. The latest issues from three titan titles in the monster biz. Get FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND #273 (Drive-In Special), MONSTER BASH #21 (THE FLY & more), SCARY MONSTERS #92 (Hammer Horror and Dinosaurs) in this bundle pack.

You'll find it under "Bashin' Bundle Packs," here at Creepy Classics....CLICK and go-go-go!

 

A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

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

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