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    The Magazine Of Classic Horror, Science Fiction, Suspense, And Noir Cinema
    Page last updated:
    19 August 2013
    Subject: Horror,  Sci-Fi,  Fantasy,  Classic Monsters,  
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    - MIDNIGHT MARQUEE returns
    Special thanks for this page goes to:
    Garry Malvern
    Scott Matheson
    Debi Ziemkowski
    Horror, Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Classic Monsters, Magazine from United States

    - First issue: 1963
    - 49 issues are listed in the moviemags.com database.
    - First issue was called Gore Creatures. Beginning with issue 26, it was officially renamed Midnight Marquee.
    - A serious look at the fantasy cinema of the past.
    - Editor: Gary J. Svehla
    - Published tri-annually, 68 b+w pages in A4 format.
    - Website: www.midmar.com

    Showing: 1 issue from 2002
    Search only in MIDNIGHT MARQUEE
    Issues by year: 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2010 2011 2013

    Vol 2 # 1
    Issue #65/66
    A Diary of Dracula by Gary Don Rhodes and Gregory William Mank;
    Battle Scarred Horrors by Arhtur Lundquist - takes a chilling look at the influence of WWI on horror films of the 1930s;
    If I Only Had a Brain by Steven Thornton - Mad Doctors and Brain Transplants;
    Overrated or Underrated Horror/Sci-Fi Films from Silents to Present Day are rated by Anthony Ambrogio, James Janis, Jomathan Lampley, Cindy Collins Smith and Jeff Thompson;
    Forum/Against 'Em: Bride of Frankenstein by Anthony Ambrogio and Gary J. Svehla - The pros and cons of this classic horror film are discussed;
    Into Africa Again: White Pongo by James JJ Janis;
    Hitchcock and Herrmann: The Torn Curtain by Steve Vertlieb;
    Plus tributes to John Agar and Lucille Lund and the latest scoop on DVDs.
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