Issue #25 - Universal's stable of beloved monsters grace the cover of our 25th edition of Screem, courtesy of artist Mark Maddox. Greg Mank takes a look at the Classic Monster Blu-ray box set, and gives his perspective on the films that have inspired so many fans throughout several decades.
Tom Weaver interviews Roger Corman on his first production, Monster from the Ocean Floor, Bev Vincent writes about Stephen King's creepy anthology films and interviews Mark Pavia on his collaboration with Mr. King, The Reaper's Image, Tippi Hedren reminiscences on the the 50th anniversary of Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds, Scott Essman reflects back on Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein.
Screem speaks with indie director Christopher R. Mihm, who creates new movies that look like they were produced in the 1950s, we take a sneak peek at the retro Sci-fi musical The Ghastly Love of Johnny X, which features Paul Williams and Kevin McCarthy in his final role, Michael "The Hills Have Eyes" Berryman is as creepy as ever in the new film Below Zero.
All this plus book reviews, a new Fright Flick Pic and
Blu-ray reviews featuring Criterion's Rosemary's Baby, Beyond the Black Rainbow,
The Boogens, House and Night of Dark Shadows (reviewed by RJ Jamison), 1932's
The Most Dangerous Game, William Castle's short lived TV series Ghost Story (AKA
Circle of Fear), BFI's Deep End and Juan of the Dead plus plenty more goodies
await you in the brand new issue of Screem magazine!