their website or through Hemlock Books. The last is the best option for anyone in the UK/Europe as you'll be able to save on postage fees.
I have only begun reading the mag but by now you will of course know that any issue is mandatory reading. Dick Klemensen (and his contributors) just seem to be unable to come up with anything sub par. This issue is focusing on Hammer's Mummy movies, a series that has never received the love and attention that the Dracula and Frankenstein counterparts got.
The most exciting bit of news is that all the old LSoH are now available has reprints. Given that some of the very first ones can now raise $100+ this is a very welcome option that I will avail of in order to fill up the few remaining gaps in my collection.
THE STRANGLERS OF BOMBAY (Terence Fisher, 1959, UK) - *"Let me please introduce myself, I’m a man of wealth and taste, And I laid traps for troubadours, who get killed before they reached Bombay" - Sympathy...
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