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TODAY'S MONSTER BASH PHAN FOTO: Judd Holdren and Aline Towne in COMMANDO CODY: SKY MARSHAL OF THE UNIVERSE (1953). Shot as a TV show, but releases theatrically in serial form. Get the complete serial on Blu-Ray or DVD here at Creepy Classics.

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New! Fright Factory Retro T-Shirt

Ursula's happy with her shirt and you will be too! Without a word, it says it all..."I grew Up as a Monster Kid!"

Get your new t-shirt for the dog daze of summer 2021 now:

FRIGHT FACTORY (Dark Green Shirt) - Retro T-Shirt
A dark green comfortable t-shirt with the Fright Factory image we knew as kids. Creepy, gruesome monster stuff for boys and girls. Wear it with pride and give everyone a second take look as you walk down the aisle of a local store. If someone recognizes the know you've met someone cool! In men's sizes, click options.

It's in our Creepy T-Shirt Department, in stock, in men's sizes SMALL - 3X, right now at Creepy Classics!



New! The Highlights DVD For the MONSTER BASH UNDER STARS Drive-In Festival

It's here, see all the fun in the lead-up to two nights of monster movie fun under the stars! The people, the memories, author Frank Dello Stritto, behind-the-history of THE BLOB (1958) with the director's son Kris Yeaworth and more.

Click to order yours and enjoy the fun in summer 2021 again:

MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS (2021 Festival Highlights) - DVD
In June of 2021, MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS exploded at The Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift (north east of Pittsburgh) in the rolling hills of Pennsylvania. Classic horror and science fiction films on the atomic-sized screen at night, vendors, corn hole contests, The Bash Boys oldies band, and all the drive-in food we love! People came from different states across the country to get the real drive-in experience. See here, the fun, the nuttiness and the nostalgia of MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS. Author Frank Dello Stritto, Kris Yeaworth - THE BLOB (1958) technician. Special thanks go to Todd, Emma and the entire drive-in staff along with the Monster Bash staff! Approximately 35 minutes. Produced by Creepy Classics, directed and edited by Kevin Slick.

It's in our New DVD Department, waiting for you at Creepy Classics!




Now shocked and ready to ship to your sarcophagus, it's MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE #43. And, wow is is jammed to the coffin lid with great articles and stunning photographs. Here are the details from the tomb:

The world's greatest classic monster magazine! This all glossy issue features mummies, mummies and more mummies! Beautiful RARE photo reproductions. Film historian a writer Frank Dello Stritto digs deep in Egyptian sands for the real story behind Kharis, the living mummy of the Universal films. Historian Tom Weaver has found something better than ancient scrolls, the missing scenes from THE MUMMY'S HAND, photos and script excerpts from the Universal vaults. Step inside Boris Karloff's house on a trip back in time to 1931 with renowned writer Greg Mank. Photos direct from Karloff's house to the pages of MONSTER BASH. The hardest working man in horror....John Carradine, is spotlighted by Thom Shubilla. The early make-ups of master make-up man Jack Pierce. Fan Flashbacks: the readers talk! A stunning cover by retro renaissance artist Daniel Horne.

Snag your copy now, sent bagged and boarded to your personal pyramid. You can locate it deep inside our Creepy Magazine Newsstand in the Monster Bash Magazine Department at Creepy Classics. Get yours ordered right now and have it in just a few days.

Here are some sample pages from this flashy fright fest of an issue:



New! More Used VHS for the Video Collectors

Here are some classic titles and some rare titles on VHS, now available at Creepy Classics:

Wonderful horror-comedy with Cary Grant as Mortimer Brewster who is at odds with his brother Jonathan who looks like Boris Karloff (played by Raymond Massey). Jonathan and his accomplice, Peter Lorre, are fugitives from the law. Wanted for murder and other heinous crimes. The only thing is when they take refuge in the house where their two aunts live......they find the aunt's are more prolific murderers then they are! Hysterical, spooky and endearing. Directed by Frank Capra. Music by Max Steiner. Classic cinema at its finest.

COURAGEOUS CAT Vol. 2 (1960 Cartoons) - Used VHS
The 1960 classic cartoons that star Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse! About 30 minutes of cartoons. This is a formal rental, cut box inside a blister box.

The excellent horror host TV show that blends The Addams Family, The Munsters with American Bandstand! Rock bands, dancing kids, strange film clips, total weirdness!

From 1964 a Mr. Magoo feature presentation. The classic cartoon character in four classic mystery, horror, action stories. He's in Sherlock Holmes, Frankenstein, The Count of Monte Cristo and Dick Tracy. Cut box in video store hard clamshell box.

THE MUMMY (1932/Poster Art Cover) - Used VHS
The classic Boris Karloff Universal original! Love that spans history and horror in the now! Also stars Zita Johann, David Manners and Edward Van Sloan. This is the beautiful poster art box issue on VHS.

Get these and many, many more in our Used VHS Graveyard here at Creepy Classics!



New! Classic, Vintage FAMOUS MONSTERS Mags

Here's your opportunity to score some of the best FMs ever issued. The classic era of FM from James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. A couple reader copies at low prices and a couple nice ones! Here's the descriptions:

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. This is the height of FM's greatness! A super issue. Inside: Great Lugosi Mystery, HORROR HOTEL, Chaney Sr., THE SHE-CREATURE, more. Note: Tape on spine and one coupon clipped. Excellent reader copy.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. This is the height of FM's greatness! A super issue. Inside: CURSE OF THE MUMMY'S TOMB, WEREWOLF OF LONDON, MUNSTERS, Lugosi's Vampire 3 and more. Note: only slight cover wear.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. This is the height of FM's greatness! A super issue. Inside: FRANKENSTEIN MEETS THE WOLF MAN, Monster Mix-Up, DR. TERROR'S HOUSE OF HORRORS, more. Note: cover wear and chipping spine. Excellent reader copy.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. This is the height of FM's greatness! A super issue. Inside: HOUSE OF DRACULA, Willis O-Brien and Ray Harryhausen's ANIMAL WORLD, You Axed For It!, more. Excellent condition, only slight cover wear.

Get these vintage FMs in our FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND Department at our Creepy On-Line at Creepy Classics Delivering Monsters To Your Door for 29 years:



New! Here They Come...More Classic Fantastic Scholastics

It's 4th grade and the teacher has passed around the Scholastic open the newsprint flyer and start circling all the mystery, spooky books along with maybe an astronaut, space or reptile book. These are the things us Monster Kiddos started weening our vampire teeth on. Relive those days with these fun kid's mysteries and adventures:

ADVENTURES IN BLACK - Classic Scholastic Book
A fantastic classic Scholastic! Bring back the memories with this great paperback by Arthur Widder. Issued by Scholastic in 1966. Spine-tingling true adventures of undercover agents and "black operations"! Used vintage paperback.

FIRE HUNTER - Classic Scholastic Book
A fantastic classic Scholastic! By Jim Kjelgaard and this paperback issued in 1969. The story and life of the caveman and their life adventures! Used book with name in pen on inside front page.

GHOSTS WHO WENT TO SCHOOL - Classic Scholastic Book
A fantastic classic Scholastic! Bring back the memories with this great paperback by Judith Spearing. Issued by Scholastic in 1972. An mischievous ghost appears in an elementary classroom! Super cool retro illustrations by Marvin Glass throughout. Used vintage paperback.

STRANGER IN THE HOUSE - Classic Scholastic Paperback
A fantastic classic Scholastic! Bring back the memories with this great paperback by Zoa Sherburne. Issued by Scholastic in 1963. A mother is coming home to her family after psychiatric problems for eight years. The daughter is very wary, things are different. Used vintage paperback.

A fantastic classic Scholastic! Edited By Andrew Lang and issued in 1974. Enchanted birds,mermaids, magic...a collection of stories, fables and enchantment! Used book with wonderful interior illustrations.

TRAPPED IN SPACE - Classic Scholastic Book
A fantastic classic Scholastic! By Jack Williamson and this paperback issued in 1970. An astronaut lost in space and a strange life form that attacks the rescue ship. Wild sci-fi adventure. Used paperback in good condition!

MYSTERY BACK OF THE MOUNTAIN - Classic Scholastic Book
A classic fantastic Scholastic paperback from 1967 by Mary C. Jane. On the other side of the mountain, a path, a bridge whee a girl drowned, a missing portrait, it all ties together. Siblings become wrapped up in mystery. Soft cover book is used with usual age tanning. Full of great illustrations.

MYSTERY IN THE PIRATE OAK - Classic Scholastic Book
A classic fantastic Scholastic paperback from 1964 by Helen Fuller Orton. A mysterious tree that holds a secret, A grandmothers says she left a secret box in the tree decades ago. Lights at night appear near the tree. Soft cover book is used with usual age tanning. Full of great illustrations.

MYSTERY OF THE EMPTY HOUSE - Classic Scholastic Book
A classic fantastic Scholastic paperback from 1968 by Dorothy Sterling. A light moving around a deserted house at night. Kids investigate! Soft cover book is used with usual age tanning. Full of great illustrations.

RIDDLE OF THE LONELY HOUSE - Classic Scholastic Book
A classic fantastic Scholastic paperback from 1968 by Augusta Huiell Seaman. A very mysterious mansion, missing documents, a footprint, a broken all leads to scary mystery for three kids. Soft cover book is used with usual age tanning. Full of great illustrations.

Get these vintage young adult books now in our Scholastic Book Department at Creepy Classics!



New! TOMB OF LIGEIA Special Edition Blu-Ray from Kino-Lorber

One of the very best of the Roger Corman Poe films. Vincent Price and Elizabeth Sheperd are stunning in this brooding, atmospheric horror shot on actual ruins in Europe. Corman's other Poe films were studio bound. Get this newly re-mastered edition from the excellent Kino-Lorber company on sale at Creepy Classics:

TOMB OF LIGEIA (1964) - Special Edition Blu-Ray
Stars Vincent Price and Elizabeth Shepherd. Vincent Price's final Poe film with director Roger Corman. A lush movie shot in England and includes real ruins. A story of the supernatural and murder. Includes audio commentary by Roger Corman, Elizabeth Shepherd, Tim Lucas, plus trailers.

Find it walled up in our New Blu-Ray releases here at Creepy Classics.



New! Original IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD Pressbook

This collectible is now available at Creepy Classics:

IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD - Original 1964 Pressbook
Original 1964 pressbook for IT'S A MAD, MAD, MAD, MAD WORLD starring Spencer Tracy, Milton Berle, Sid Caesar, Buddy Hackett, Jonathan Winters and a stunning all-star cast. Pressbook is folded with three clip outs. 10 pages, 13 x 17 inches, heavy gloss paper.

Get it now, for under $10 at Creepy Classics in our Original Pressbooks Department.



New! "Time To Bash" Monster Bash T-Shirts in Sizes SMALL-3X

Get ready for what looks to be the BIGGEST MONSTER BASH ever...this October as everyone is coming back out to Bash! Here's the commemorative t-shirt for the back to the Bash show. Get yours now to attend in style:

100% pre-shrunk comfortable cotton black shirt with quality screen image. The monsters are back in a retro image. "Classic Monster Fans Are Back!" Time to Monster Bash with the monsters. Image is large on the front of a black shirt. Men's sizings. Select size option.

You'll find these fresh shirts in our Shirts and Creepy Gear Department....right here at your home for MONSTER BASH, Creepy Classics.



Monster Bash Under the Stars Gets Spotlight on Svengoolie!

Thanks to everyone emailing about the photos from MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS in June that appeared on the syndicated Svengoolie show! Above's screen grab is from reader Dave Heywood. A couple of serious Bash fans are pictured with the Mazurczak's Creature figure in Vandergrift, PA just under the giant screen.



Rondo Remembers: I Smell Monsters and Memories

I heard years ago that the sense of smell is one of the strongest triggers for memories. Now I do take note of that, a lot!

It is a rush of flashbacks when I open an old FAMOUS MONSTERS magazine or comic book. That yellowed newsprint snaps into my mind's view, laying on my bed browsing comics and magazines for hours. Radio playing...Boris Karloff to Jack Kirby in my eyes.

Cracking open a cardboard model kit box with that "woof" and a rush of fresh plastic aroma bring it back! Sitting on the picnic table on my parent's front porch....pulling the model kit pieces off the plastic tree. Bending the "flange" back and forth on some parts to break it off.

A more personal memory is the industrial cleaner used to mop the floors of the recreation building at Grove City College when I was a kid. My grandfather managed the building and that smell brings into view those days. There was a long hallway that lead to the swimming pools. Many times we would walk down that ceramic tiled hall, my grandfather letting me run ahead. He would snap the lights off. No windows. Total darkness. Then from my dear grandfather came a maniacal laugh that echoed down that long ceramic hallway. Well, that probably is one reason I now live the crazy life I do.

The smell of fresh cut grass. That always is a wonderful aroma that places me, plop, back on a Saturday morning in the early 1970s. Saturday cartoons, and the building excitement of the monster movies on TV through the day. It all starts with that smell of fresh cut grass (accompanied by the distant buzzing of neighborhood lawn mowers). Saturdays! Yes.

The odors of sweet candies and spilled soda pop. I catch a whiff of those somewhere and I think of the days helping my dad clean the "Youth Center" in Grove City, PA on weekends. The dance floor and concession area reeking of stale sweetness. My imagining that building was full of Frankenstein monsters that lived at the bottom of the stairs and dark, shadowed areas of that youth center. I was only five or six...but those memories flood back with that stale sweet smell.

Buttered popcorn and a very slight smell of mildew in cavernous movie theaters. Seeing scary movies or giant monster movies on the big screen. The theaters of my youth, the good times that were had.

Finally, oiled hardwood floors. A distinct odor that assailed my little lungs as I entered the local newsstand. That accompanied by fresh newsprint smell as stacks of papers lined the counter. I loved that smell, it meant a spin around rack of comic books and standing on the lower shelf of the magazine shelving to search for monster magazines. Those monster titles usually tucked behind CRACKED, MAD, wrestling, motor car or sports magazines. But that excitement comes to me with that oiled hardwood floor smell.

The aroma of monsters, memories and our lives.

Ron Adams
Ligonier, PA
July 2021

Ron – I really appreciate you sending these each week. I have a lot of fond memories of growing up in a small town in Louisiana, riding my bike around town with my buddies, looking forward to the new issue of FM at the drug store. Watching monster movies on the 3:30 Dialing for Dollars Movie on channel 3 out of Shreveport after school. Aurora models, 8mm Castle shorts. Late 60s, early 70s. Thinking about those times always make me smile.

Thanks for helping to keep those memories alive for me and I am sure, for many others….

-Tim Bruce

Hey Ron,

Enjoyed your recollection of childhood memories being triggered by a smell. I couldn’t agree more of how a certain smell can bring about a memory of a special time or place. As a kid in the sixties, we didn’t have comic book stores where I grew up but we did have old bookstores and a cool “corner store”. Anytime I catch the aroma of old books and magazines, it brings me back to a time when I explored that old bookstore searching for monster treasures. The old corner store carried candy, comics and magazines which was paradise to a monster kid. The smell of its old wood floors, rows of candy and racks of monster magazines made that mile bike ride worth the trip.

I can think of a few other wonderful smells that can bring out the kid in me. A kid couldn’t build his Aurora model kits without Testors Plastic Cement, or what we called it, airplane glue. Such a strong, but still a wonderful odor (in moderation). I also built little monsters as a small tyke out of Play-Doh. Nothing better for a youngster than opening up a new can of Play-Doh and taking a big whiff. Just don’t eat it! I also collected trading cards and baseball cards. The ones that came with the stick of rock hard pink bubble gum were the best. That sweet smell of gum and cards brings a smile to my face even now. Even though you had to crunch that gum for a minute to soften it up, it still smelled wonderful.

One last smell that can make me nostalgic is popcorn. In the late sixties and early seventies we didn’t have a microwave to make a bag of popcorn, we relied on Jiffy Pop popcorn. So often when I smell popcorn today, I think of my mother shaking what looked like an aluminum foil frying pan over a burner on the stove. She would shake it over the burner while the corn kernels would make a rattling sound and then slowly start popping as they heated up. The tin foil cover expanded until it looked like it was going to pop! Then that incredible smell filled the room and we all devoured every bit of it. Simple times and simple smells, but certainly great memories.

Take care and I’m looking forward to seeing everyone this October at Bash!

Dave Heywood, New Port Richey, FL

Don't forget the smell of Testor's glue...

-Kevin Browne, Fountain Valley, CA

Ya, got "Prince" plastic weld in a tube...Ya better better let it OUT!! Ah yes, the smell of glue and this one is still pliable from my father's model building days!!

Thanks Ron "the memories man"

Truly, Kent Daluga. Illinois.



New! TOY-VENTURES Magazines All In Shock Stock

Every issue of TOY-VENTURES magazine is in stock now. It's the newest, coolest kid on the block. Get all the back issues before #5 comes out, so you are up-to-date:

TOY-VENTURES #1 - Magazine
The world of classic toys and monsters in full glossy color. Great articles and stunning photos of the toys we grew up with. In this premiere issue: AHI and Aurora Monsters, PLANET OF THE APES figures, Superheroes on Parachutes, KISS toys and more. A great new magazine for childhood monster memories.

TOY-VENTURES #2 - Magazine
The classic toys we grew up with! Full color glossy magazine with stunning images of classic monster toys and more. In this second issue articles and detailed photos on Mattel Godzillas, Colorform Outer Space Men, Mego Doctor Who Guide, Lost Toys of THE MONSTER SQUAD and more!

TOY-VENTURES #3 - Magazine
The glossy, colorful magazine all about retro cool toys focusing on monsters, science fiction and action figures! Inside this super issue: The Lincoln International classic monsters, Japanese Evel Knievel toys, SPACE 1999 merchandising, Mego Superheroes, Captain Zargon and more. Just plain cool.

TOY-VENTURES #4 - Magazine
Retro pop culture magazine on the toys we grew-up with. Focused primarily on....Monster Toys! In this all glossy issue with stunning photos of monster toys: Rare Munster Merchandise, Durham Industries' Dimestone Heroes, Mego's Mad Monsters, Septor Vs. Garth, Planet of the Apes Knock-Offs.

Get every single issue in our TOY-VENTURES Department, just inside the screen door to our Creepy Magazine Newsstand at Creepy Classics.




Here are some vintage FMs for you collection, now in shock stick at Creepy Classics in our Creepy Magazine Newsstand here on-line for your chopping convenience:

One of the very best yearbook-fearbooks from FAMOUS MONSTERS. Basil Gogos Lugosi Dracula cover! Inside: Bela Lugosi's Vampire 3, THE SHE-CREATURE, DINOSAURUS, INVASION OF THE SAUCER MEN, THE MUNSTERS, You Axed For It! and more. Note: crease on cover, crossword puzzle inside filled out in pen.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside this issue: The Rowan and Martin Werewolf, Boris Karloff's THE MUMMY (1932), Bela Lugosi in RETURN OF THE VAMPIRE and much more! Like new condition.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman from 1971. Inside: ESCAPE FROM THE PLANET OF THE APES, THE GHOST OF FRANKENSTEIN, Girls and Ghouls Gallery, The Face That Launched 1000 Shrieks. Cover shelf wear, but no cut-outs or markings.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside: THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD with Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee, WEREWOLF OF LONDON (1935), Mystery Photo, Bela Lugosi's THE DEVIL BAT and more. Cover has some light shelf wear, no cut-outs or pen marks.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside: THE SHE-CREATURE, New Monster Comics, Vincent Price in THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES, The CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN Photo Story, Mystery Photo and more. Wear with some chipping, used. No cut-outs or pen marks.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside this issue: THE MUMMY (1932), CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE 3RD KIND Special Effects, THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN, Dr. Paul Bearer - Horror Host, Fan Make-Up and more. Used, but complete, no cut-outs or pen marks.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside this issue: STAR TREK - THE MOTION PICTURE, Disney's THE BLACK HOLE, Christopher Lee, BUCK ROGERS, Teenage Monster Movies of the 1950s. Note: Chip out of lower right of cover, used, good reader copy.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside this issue: THE FOG, Exclusive Photos from FRIDAY THE 13TH, THE BEAST FROM 20,000 FATHOMS, BEYOND WESTWORLD, HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER, Celebrity Birthdays and more. Used mag, but complete, nice.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. Inside this issue: THE MAD GHOUL (1943), THE OLD DARK HOUSE (1932), AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON Interviews, Linda Blair's HELL NIGHT, WATCHER IN THE WOODS, Fantasy Films of 1940-41. Used copy, complete, no cut-outs.

The classic monster movie magazine produced by James Warren and Forrest J Ackerman. In this issue: HEARTBEEPS, GHOST STORY, Inside the MAUSOLEUM, Lon Chaney Sr. and Jr., You Axed For It and more! Note: Reader copy, good condition, but one coupon clipped on a page.

Get these and more FAMOUS MONSTERS OF FILMLAND magazine in our FAMOUS MONSTERS Department inside the door f our Creepy Magazine at your local neighborhood Creepy Classics!



New! Re-Stocked on FORBIDDEN PLANET Beautiful Lobby Card Reproductions

Just in, FORBIDDEN PLANET, 11x14 inch lobby card reproductions. Just like they had in the theaters back in 1954. Now you can display one in your home movie theater:

FORBIDDEN PLANET (1954) - 11X14 Lobby Card Reproduction
11X14 inch Lobby Card Reproduction. Comes in a protective thick, crystal clear acrylic slip sleeve.

Get yours in our Lobby Card Department at Creepy Classics today!



And now...he's back...

David "The Rock" Nelson at MONSTER BASH

In a glorious return to MONSTER BASH, it's renegade movie maker David "The Rock Nelson." Some say his movies are bad, some say it's no-budget movie-making, some say he just spends too much time eating on screen in his projects, some say they're a laugh riot, some say they are scary in more ways than one....they all may be right. But the point is, he perseveres...he actually gets projects finished, pipe-dreams made, has fun and is doing what he loves. Can't we all aspire to accomplishments? We love David, he's what keeps life fun and unpredictable.

MONSTER BASH, The Classic Monster Movie Fest, October 22-24, 2021. Double Tree Hotel, Mars, PA.



New! Rare Ad Mat from 1966, Warners TWO ON A GUILLOTINE

What is this odd looking thing? Why it's a super rare ad mat distributed to theaters for newspaper ads. Thick wood-based mold. When held up to light, you can see the amazing detail. Most were used and destroyed as the lead that was poured into them would destroy them. Here's a super cool one available now, get it quick, these things go fast:

TWO ON A GUILLOTINE (6x13 inch) - Original Ad Mat
A very rare original ad mat distributed to theaters to supply local newspapers. It's basically a wood-based hard paper mold that lead was poured into to produced newspaper ads. Almost all were destroyed. This is a rare unused one. Held to the light, the subtle detail is all revealed: Giant eyeball and guillotine!

Get this in our Original Posters Department in the Original Ad Mats Section at Creepy Classics.



MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE is for MONSTER KIDS everywhere of every age!

Make Sure You're Caught Up On Your MONSTER BASH Magazine Collection!

Do you have all of these?

The ultimate classic monster movie magazine! Frankenstein, Dracula, The Wolf Man, The Mummy, Creature From the Black Lagoon, King Kong, The Phantom of the Opera, Mr. Hyde...they're all here, at home in MONSTER BASH MAGAZINE.

Collect them all....Click Here to get them right from the publisher (us!), new glossy mags shipped bagged and boarded for protection to you!

All at Creepy Classics, right now!



New! Vinyl Record Album Soundtracks Are Here

These vinyl LPs and many more are in our Vinyl Record Department:

POE FOR MODERNS (Buddy Morrow & His Orchestra) - Record Album
Musical, hip-cat, interpretations of Poe's stories by Buddy Morrow and his orchestra. In the 1960s..this was the cool LP to have all the art crowd. Cover has some wear with some pens marks on back cover. Record in great condition. Even the cover is cool.

This is an original radio broadcast record, never sold in stores! Five episodes of Reader's Digest Radio show: BORIS KARLOFF - MASTER STORYTELLER. Plastic sleeve, but never came with a "cover." Issued to radio stations in June 1960 only. Very, very rare collectible.

WAR OF THE WORLDS (Original Radio Broadcast) - Record Album
The actual broadcast by Orson Welles and The Mercury Theatre in the Air as heard over CBS radio on October 30, 1938. Authentic first edition LP. Excellent condition.

Two spine-tingling stories from the radio show THE WEIRD CIRCLE. Classic horror radio! Record appears unplayed and new!

SUSPENSE (Peter Lorre & Vincent Price) - Record Album
Two classic radio shows: from SUSPENSE: "Till Death Do Us Part" starring Peter Lorre and from ESCAPE: "Blood Bath" starring Vincent Price. Cover has a lot of shelf wear, but record is in great shape!

2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) Soundtrack - Record Album
The original motion picture soundtrack to 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY issued by MGM. Gatefold record sleeve has some shelf wear.

TALES OF TERROR (Nelson Olmsted) - 2 Record Set
Tales of terror and horror read by Nelson Olmsted. Stories by Edgar Allan Poe, Charles Dickens, Robert Louis Stevenson, Ambrose Bierce and more, Two record gatefold set. Records in excellent condition.

Stories by Ambrose Bierce and read by Ugo Toppo. The Boarded Window and The Affair at Coulter's Notch. Former library record. Library stickers. In heavy clear protective sleeve. Appears to only have been taken out twice.

EDGAR ALLAN POE Volume 3 (Basil Rathbone) - Record Album
Poe stories read by Basil Rathbone: The Tell-Tale Heart, The Bells, Fall of the House of Usher, The Haunted Palace. Former library but record in good shape. Has remains of library stickers.

THE STING (Original Soundtrack) - Record Album
The original motion picture soundtrack featuring the music of Scott Joplin. Conducted and adapted by Marvin Hamlisch. Cover and record album in excellent condition.

SUPERMAN - THE MOVIE Original Soundtrack - Record Album
The original sound track. Music composed and conducted by John Williams. Gatefold two record set. Cover has shelf wear. Records in excellent condition.

SUPERMAN III (Soundtrack) - Record Album
Original motion picture soundtrack LP for SUPERMAN III. Themes by John Williams. Directed by Richard Lester. Appears to be unplayed radio station promo copy.

THE WIZARD OF OZ Original Sound Track - Record Album
Songs and dialogue from the 1939 classic film starring Judy Garland. Gatefold LP. Some sticker residue. Used, record in good condition!

Get these and see the full selection in our Vinyl Department here at Creepy Classics. Vinyl is cool.



New Art! Malcolm Gittins, Fan Artist Paintings

See the above new art from Malcolm Gittins and so much more at MONSTER BASH this October 22-24, 2021. Malcolm will be set-up in the giant Dealer Ballroom and waiting for you! He'll have prints, originals, t-shirts and so much more. Don't miss Malcolm at this October's MONSTER BASH!



The BASH is Back!

The MONSTER BASH classic monster conference and film fest is back this October 22-24, 2021 at the Double Tree Hotel in Mars, PA. Discounted room nights for MONSTER BASH, Call 724 776 6900.

Guests of Honor being added..more and more, stay tuned on this web, bookmark it and keep checking back for updates.

The web page ( is updating with details.

If you're a vendor and didn't already have a table purchased, you better hurry...not many spaces left! Attendee membership admissions and dealer tables purchased for 2020 (June and October) will be honored now at this show.

Get your admission membership or dealer tables now:

MONSTER BASH OCTOBER 22-24, 2021 - Membership Admission
October 22-24, 2021 at the Double Tree Hotel, Mars, PA. The classic monster movie conference presented by Creepy Classics! Three days of monster fan fun. Movie and TV stars appearing, wall-to-wall monster merchandise, special events, special screenings. The multi-Rondo award winning best convention. Discounted $10 for a limited time.

MONSTER BASH VENDOR TABLE (Oct. 22-24, 2021) - Dealer Table
One dealer table space (tables are 6 foot by 30 inches). Get your table to sell your monster merchandise at the multi-Rondo award award winning best convention, Monster Bash. Dates are Oct. 22-24, 2021 at the Double Tree Hotel, Mars, PA. Set-up Thursday night 7P-11p or Friday 8A-3P. Not many spaces left. Discounted $50 for a limited time.

Get ready to Monster Bash again! Family, friends, films and fantastic fun...


New! THE GIANT CLAW and THE WEREWOLF on Blu-Ray Double Feature

Now shock stocked! It's a new double feature....crystal clear, stunning film transfers. Unbelievable detail for both of these 1950s monster matinee classics:

THE GIANT CLAW (1957)/THE WEREWOLF (1956) - Blu-Ray
THE GIANT CLAW (1957)Stars Jeff Morrow and Mara Corday. A giant turkey vulture from outer space decides to take a bite out of the big apple. Played very seriously by all the cast members, who must have been horrified hen the saw the special effects! Why the monster is as big as a "battleship!" THE WEREWOLF (1956) Stars Steven Rich and Don Megowan. A man is kidnapped by wacko scientists whom experiment on him. Thanks to being a human guinea pig he is turned into a scientifically generated werewolf. He suffers the torments of the damned just as distant cousin Larry Talbot did. Region 0, plays in US players!

Get your copy's here and ready to ship direct from Creepy Classics to you. It's in our New Blu-Ray Department.


A Virtual Visit to Creepy Classics:

Above, a recent visit to Creepy Classics!

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

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