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WORLD OF HORROR

- First and last issue: 1974-1975
- English fanzine.
- Nine issues were published.
- Monthly.

Horror, Classic Monsters
Magazine
from
United Kingdom

Ceased publication
Last updated:
17 February 2013

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1974 1975 (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1974 1975 All (There are undated issues)DATABASE INFO
9 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Issue 9
July 1975

Reincarnation Of Peter Proud
Dr. Who
The Mummy
Barbara Steele
Films Of 1971
Phantom Of The Opera.


Issue 8
Dr. Who
Night Of The Bloody Apes
Blood For Dracula
It's Alive
Lon Chaney Jr
Tommy
Films Of 1953
Isle Of The Dead
Diary Of A Madman.


Issue 7
Dr. Who
Vincent Price
Legend Of The Werewolf
Madhouse
Phantom Of The Paradise
Living Dead At Manchester Morgue
Flesh For Frankenstein
Village Of The Damned.


Issue 6
Lon Chaney
Dr. Who
Star Trek
Rosemary's Baby
The Exorcist
The Towering Inferno
Rollerball
Frightmare
Dr. Phibes.


Issue 5
Fantastic Planet
Star Trek
And Now The Screaming Starts
Doctor Death
The Mutations
Blood Sisters
Theatre Of Death
Planet Of The Apes
Dr. Who
Peter Cushing
Tales From The Crypt.


Issue 4
Dr. Who
Special Effects
Films Of 1968
The Ghoul
Vampira
Star Trek
The Hellfire Club
Mexican Horror Films
Phase IV
The Land That Time Forgot


Issue 3
Carry On Screaming
The Canterville Ghost
Films Of 1958
The Beast Must Die
Dr. Who
Bela Lugosi
Frankenstein - The True Story.


Issue 2
Zardoz
Christopher Lee
Terror Of The Holy Vhem
Legend Of The 7 Golden Vampires
Rock Horror Show
Boris Karloff
King Kong
Golden Voyage Of Sinbad


Issue 1
August 1974

Horror make-up Frankenstein & The Monster From Hell
Christopher Lee
Japanese Horror Films
Lon Chaney
Plague Of The Zombies
Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes

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