50th anniversary issue of midnight marquee magazine features the history of the magazine, a look at fandom and of course articles on films but writers including Anthony Ambrogio; Barry Atkinson; Edmund G.
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Includes seddok, son of satan: atom age horror by Barry Atkinson Thriller’s Classic Horror Episodes—Season 2 by Gary J. Midnight marquee now in it's 55th year offers issue number 80 .
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John rollason peter cushing decides to join the exploration team of crass, American showman Tom Friend Forrest Tucker on a dangerous expedition into the Himalayas to search for the legendary Yeti. He'll turn your spine to ice! Botanist Dr. To his growing terror, Dr. Before long, the strain of the expedition is felt and the party begins to lose control.
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. Newly restored in 3-d by 3-d film archive from 4k scans by paramount pictures archives! the maze is a 1953 atmospheric horror film in 3-D, directed by William Cameron Menzies Invaders from Mars, Things to Come and starring Richard Carlson The Magnetic Monster as Scotsman Gerald MacTeam Carlson who abruptly breaks off his engagement to pretty Kitty Murray Veronica Hurst after receiving word of his uncle's death and inheriting a mysterious castle in the Scottish Highlands.
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