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FILMFAX
The Magazine Of Unusual Film And Television


- First issue: 1986
- The B-Movies and B-Stars of the past.
- Covers old-time movies in a modern way. Full of rare photos and interviews.
- Editor: Michael Stein
- 100 b+w pages in A4 format.
- Incorporating OUTRE since 2004 and retitled FILMFAX PLUS (keeping the same ISSN.)
- Published by Filmfax Inc.
- Website: www.filmfax.com/

Retro, Classic Monsters, Horror, Fantasy
Quarterly
Magazine
from
Evanston
United States
Last updated:
16 September 2017
5 July 2017

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Michel
Scott Matheson
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142 listed issue(s)
Full listing

Issue 149
September/October 2017



Issue 148
May/July 2017



Issue 147
February/March/April 2017



Issue 146
November 2016



Issue 145
August/September/October 2016



Issue 144
May/July 2016



Issue 143
January/March 2016



Issue 142
October/December 2015



Issue 141
Summer 2015



Issue 140
Spring 2015



Issue 139
Fall/Winter 2014



Issue 138
Summer 2014



Issue 137
Spring 2014

The Launch of Spaceship 1! Also in this issue, exclusive interviews with: MAD Magazine and '50s and '60s Men's Magazine cover artist, Mort Kunstler; MAD humorist Frank Jacobs; 1960s TV actress Lindsay Bloom (Part 2); and Eaton SF & Fantasy Collection curator, Melissa Conway. Plus: The films of Cameron Mitchell, from Flight to Mars to The Tool Box Murders; The Robot Report (A Comprehensive History of Robots in the Cinema); a look at Richard Dix in the Whistler films, and much, much more!>Filmfax #137 include an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the lost 1937 German space adventure film, The Launch of Spaceship 1! Also in this issue, exclusive interviews with: MAD Magazine and '50s and '60s Men's Magazine cover artist, Mort Kunstler; MAD humorist Frank Jacobs; 1960s TV actress Lindsay Bloom (Part 2); and Eaton SF & Fantasy Collection curator, Melissa Conway. Plus: The films of Cameron Mitchell, from Flight to Mars to The Tool Box Murders; The Robot Report (A Comprehensive History of Robots in the Cinema); a look at Richard Dix in the Whistler films, and much, much more!


Issue 136
March/April/May 2014



Issue 135
Fall 2013



Issue 134
Summer 2013



Issue 133
Spring 2013



Issue 132
Winter 2012



Issue 131
September/October/November 2012

Remembering Ray Bradbury: Someone Wonderful This Way Came!
Bela Lugosi's Live Spook Shows of the 1950s!
Frances Dade: Lugosi's Co-Star in Dracula!
Ray Bradbury on Edgar Rice Burroughs
and Much More!!!


Issue 130
June/July/August 2012



Issue 129
March/April/May 2012

Mil Mascaras interview - The Man of 1,000 masks
The Last of the Circle: H. P. Lovecraft
- conversation with Harry K. Brobst about HPL
Actress Candy Clark -
from "American Graffiti" to "The Man Who Fell To Earth"
Gerald Schnitzer - Monogram Pictures Screenwriter and more
Ann Carter
- Child Actress from "The Curse of the Cat Prople"
A Brief History of D.C. Action Figures
Armchair Fiction - a double dose of pulp fiction with Greg Luce
Bob Burns Halloween Shows
: part 5
and much more.


Issue 128
October/November/December 2011

Larry Fultz interviews Gary Clarke - the Teenage Werewolf from HOW TO MAKE A MONSTER! Jane Randolph (A and C MEET FRANKENSTEIN, CAT PEOPLE) interviewed by Paul Parla, TARANTULA, Bob Burns and the CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, CAPTAIN AMERICA serial, Lovecraft and more!


Issue 127
June/July/August 2011



Issue 126
February/March/April 2011



Issue 125
October/November/December 2010



Issue 124
July/August/September 2010



Issue 123
April/May/June 2010

Exclusive interviews with superhero comics artist Greg Hildebrandt, and Sarah Karloff on her father, Boris, and his legacy.
Plus: Interviews with Richard Gordon on his 'Forgotten Films,' W.D. Richter on Buckaroo Banzai, and British '60s kidvid star Johnny Ginger, as well as articles covering the legendary 'Live Halloween Shows of Bob Burns,' Frankenstein's Daughter, the Japanese sci-fi classic The Mysterians, behind-the-scenes on Jaws 3-D, and inside Rock'n'Roll High School and director Allan Arkush.


Issue 122
January/February/March 2010

* Master fantasy artist, Greg Hildebrandt, Part-2 interview
* Arch Hall, Jr.
* Teenagers from outer space
* 3-D, rediscovering the 3rd dimension
* Maury Dexter, B-movie mix-master
* Phyllis Coates, her life in film and as Lois Lane in TV's "Superman"
* Richard Kiel


Issue 121
October/November/December 2009

Features interviews with AIP cult favorite Dick Miller; TV's first Lois Lane, Phyllis Coates; master fantasy illustrator Greg Hildebrandt; Part 2 of Vincent DiFate's 'History of 3-D Movies;' MAD Magazine's 50th Anniversary; the lost Creature from the Black Lagoon adaptation; Robert Wise's A Game of Death; Barbara Peyton in Murder is My Beat; W.D. Richter on Buckaroo Bonzai; Maurice Duke meets The Atomic Kid; and more!


Issue 120
July/August/September 2009

William Lundigan - Spaceman's Daughter.
Dennis Hopper - The early years.
Ed ' Big Daddy' Roth Kustom Kulture.
Jack Leewood - The Alligator People.
Lucky Brown - Plan 9.
Joe Kubert - Master Comic Book Artist.
Joel Grey.
Francic Lederer - Dracula.
Monster Model Kits.
Famous Voices - Popeye to Baby Huey.
King Kong's Spider Pit Lost Footage part 3.
3-D - B Movie Magic


Issue 119
2008

Del Reisman The Twilight Zone.
Anne Francis is Honey West.
Tommy Smothers on Anti-War Humor in the 60's.
Joe Kubert art from Tarzan to Sgt. Rock.


Issue 118
2008

An interview with David Carradine.
The mystery of King Kong's missing spider pit sequence.


Issue 117
2008

Lots of interviews: Caroline Munro, William Shatner ,Kevin Connor ,Michael Callan,William Smith,William F Logan on Logan's Run, Gerald Meyer,Frank Griffin, plus articles on Barry Morse & THE FUGITIVE, an interesting article on an odd little film THE MILPITAS MONSTER, an article on film location Vasquez Rocks, war comics, artist Mike Trim as well as some reviews.


Issue 116
2007

I WAS A TEENAGE WEREWOLF
PAUL BLAISDELL,
the various FLY films,
the films of the Nassour Brothers,
effects by Mike Trim (U.F.O. ,etc),
E.R . Burroughs,
Guy Williams,
Ricci Martin(Dean's son),
Elizabeth Montgomery's Lizzie Borden tv film,
Barry Morse,
Sir Graves Ghastly,
book and video reviews -in 130 pages.


Issue 115
2007

Classic SF cover artist and filmmaker Emsh is profiled; Steven-Charles Jaffe talks about re-making his cult classic Motel Hell; character actor Nehemiah Persoff remembers Hitchcock and the Twilight Zone; Mike Trim discusses working with Gerry Anderson; director Gerald Mayer reminisces about '50s and '60s TV; actor Frank Griffin tells about Alligator People; and many more features and surprises!


Issue 114
April/May/June 2007

Author William F. Nolan takes readers into his past in 'Growing Up With Batman.' Interviews this issue include Jack Klugman in 'The Wilight Zone'; Steven-Charles Jaffe on his cult classic Motel Hell and his new film with master cartoonist Gahan Wilson; the creators of the original Land Of The Lost, and more surprise features!


Issue 113
January/February/March 2007

This issue features interviews with Jack Klugman on The Twilight Zone; the members of Firesign Theater; A.C. Lyles on 78 years in movies and his current work on Deadwood; Lee Chase on his famous stepfather Edgar Rice Burroughs; the beginning of a series on the Krofft's Land Of The Lost; the original Lost In Space robot Bob May; plus many more features and surprises!


Issue 112
October/November/December 2006

the making of Disney's 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Forbidden Planet's 50th anniversary, Tod Browning's Dracula, Robert Bloch writing for Thriller and Night Gallery, D.C. Fontana on writing for Star Trek, Dee Wallace Stone from Cujo, Lorne Peterson on making models for Star Wars and Pirates of the Carribean, and more!


Issue 111
July/August/September 2006

Artist Michael W. Kaluta talks about his long and illustrious career in comics, actors Ernest Borgnine discusses Devil's Rain and the original Poseidon Adventure, Jack Klugman tells us about his visits to the original Twilight Zone, and the late Dennis Weaver - in his final interview - remembers Spielberg's Duel and Orson Welles's Touch of Evil. Plus, an in-depth look at the making of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, the collaborations of George Pal and Chesley Bonestell, Futureworld, Dee Wallace Stone on Cujo, and much, much more!


Issue 110
April/May/June 2006


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