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TRASHFIEND
Horror & Exploitation Fare From The 1960S & 1970S

- First and last issue: 2002-2009
- ''Like its predecessor Gick!, focuses on obscure trash horror from the 1960s and 1970s, but has broadened its scope to encompass the whole of pop culture: Cinema, television, the comic book industry, and monster-related memorabilia are all given equal coverage.''
- Editor\Publisher: Scott Stine.
- 48 pages.
- Published by Scott Stine
- Website: www.stigmatapress.net

Horror
Quarterly
Fanzine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
1 August 2014

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Mike
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2002 2009 GALLERIES: 2002 2009 All DATABASE INFO
4 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Book 2009



Issue 3
October/November/December 2002

It's only a movie: Features reviews for such gothic-inspired trash as And Now the Screaming Starts, Asphyx, Beast in the Cellar, The Body Beneath, Legacy of Blood, La Llamada del Vampiro, Mark of the Witch, Il Mulino delle Donne di Pietra, La Tumba de la Isla Maldita, and El Vampiro de la Autopista.
Guide to vintage dark shadows memorabilia: Offers an exhaustive reference and price list to Dark Shadows-related collectibles.
The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor: Offers a retrospective on Gold Key's original monster hunter.
An interview with Donald F. Glut: Offers an exclusive interview with the creator and writer of The Occult Files of Dr. Spektor.
The art of the modern gothic: Takes a brief look at the painted covers that defined the look of modern gothic novels in the 1960s & 1970s. With a gallery of cover art.
Things to keep an eye out for: Includes up to date information concerning forthcoming books, videos and DVDs which should interest fans of horror and exploitation fare from the 1960s and 1970s.


Issue 2
July/August/September 2002

It's only a movie: Features reviews for such films as Anthropophagus, Bloodthirsty Butchers, Buio Omega, Cannibal Ferox, Cannibal Girls, Cannibal Holocaust, El Carnival de las Bestias, Criminally Insane, Deranged, Diyu Wu-Men, Dr. Butcher M.D., Emanuelle e gli Ultima Cannibali, Folks at the Red Wolf Inn, Frightmare, The Hills Have Eyes, Mangiati Vivi, Microwave Massacre, Mondo Cannibale, Il Montagna del Dio Cannibale, Motel Hell, Il Paese del Sesso Selvaggio, La Regina dei Cannibali, Shriek of the Mutilated, Lo Strangolatore di Vienna, Terror Can?bal, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Three on a Meathook, and Ultimo Mondo Cannibale.
THE HACKNEYED HORRORS OF STANLEY PUBLISHING offers an indepth look at the publisher who brought us such short-lived comic magazines as Adventures in Horror, Chilling, Ghoul, Horror Stories, Shock and Stark. With a complete checklist, price guide and a gallery of cover art.
AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL BERRYMAN features a candid conversation with the star of The Hills Have Eyes, and other cult horror classics.
HEY... I REMEMBER THAT! includes reproductions of such rare memorabilia and forgotten treasures as..?
THERE'S A BOOK? includes reviews for Stephen Sennitt's Ghastly Terror! The Horrible Story of the Horror Comics, and Mikita brottman's Meat Is Murder! An Illustrated Guide to Cannibal Culture.
Things to keep an eye out for: Includes up to date information concerning forthcoming books, videos and DVDs which should interest fans of horror and exploitation fare from the 1960s and 1970s.


Issue 1
April/May/June 2002

It's only a movie: Features reviews for such films as Blood of Ghastly Horror, Bog, Castle of Evil, The Crater Lake Monster, Crazed, Crucible of Terror, Death Curse of Tartu, Equinox, The House of Seven Corpses, Kiss Daddy Goodbye, La Maldici?n de Frankenstein, El Pantano de los Cuervos, She Freak, She Sha Shou, La Sorella di Ursula, and Wolfman.
GETTING INTO THE HORROR-MOOD WITH SKYWALD PUBLISHING offers an indepth look at the horror magazines Psycho, Nightmare and Scream from Skywald Publishing. With a complete checklist, price guide, an index to artists and writers, and a gallery of cover art.
HEY... I REMEMBER THAT! includes reproductions of such rare memorabilia and forgotten treasures as the Aurora Model Kits comic book-slash-instruction manual featuring Vampirella and boasting art by comic legend Neal Adams.
THERE'S A BOOK? includes reviews for Mark Walker's Ghostmakers, A Look Back at America's Midnight Sook Shows, and Peter Tombs' Mondo Macabro, Weird & Wonderful Cinema Around the World.
Things to keep an eye out for: Includes up to date information concerning forthcoming books, videos and DVDs which should interest fans of horror and exploitation fare from the 1960s and 1970s.

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