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    • [Horrorhound #91 (Product Image)]
    • 27 October 2021

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      The annual Fall issue of HorrorHound comes loaded with plenty of Halloween goodies, starting with an in-depth look into the upcoming Halloween Kills, as we sit interview the cast, including Anthony Michael Hall, Judy Greer, and Jamie Lee Curtis, to discuss this highly anticipated slasher sequel. This issue features a 1980s slasher retrospective 30th anniversary Double Feature with My Bloody Valentine and The Burning.

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    • [Horrorhound #89 (Product Image)]
    • 7 July 2021

      Horrorhound #89

      We present the first ever Summer Guide to Horror! This issue crosses the country in search of the most iconic vacation hot spots for horror fans. Both fictional (Camp Crystal Lake, Camp Arawak) and actual (the Texas Chainsaw B, the Stanley Hotel). As part of this seasonal guide, we also track down the most iconic tourist attractions in America, from bars and restaurants to stores and museums! This issue also features a 15 year anniversary retrospective on Adam Green’s Hatchet film series, including a detailed look at the toys and comics spawned from the movie.

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    • [Horrorhound #88 (Product Image)]
    • 21 April 2021

      Horrorhound #88

      Go back in time, to the days of Mom & Pop video stores with this special issue of HorrorHound dedicated to the VHS BOOM! We look back at the history of our popular VHS Invasion article series to find out what the most collectible VHS companies and tapes are … to explore the modern comeback of VHS. We present a special spotlight on video giant Anchor Bay, plus a look into the most popular Video Store promotional items ever produced.

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    • [Horrorhound #87 (Product Image)]
    • 24 February 2021

      Horrorhound #87

      Video games and horror … this deadly duo combine for a special issue of HorrorHound Magazine that spotlights the history of ghastly gaming! An exhaustive guide to horror video games - from Atari and Nintendo to XBOX and Playstation - comes paired with articles on horror gaming collectibles (statues, toys, comic books), plus a retrospective feature on the long-running vampire-based Castlevania franchise.

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    • [Horrorhound #86 (Product Image)]
    • 10 February 2021

      Horrorhound #86

      This issue shows tribute to the classic monsters of yesteryear with special articles revolving around the horrors of the silver screen. This includes a retrospective article on The Invisible Man, including a look back at all the special merchandise produced for this iconic movie icon over the past 85 years, plus a feature on the history of Universal Monsters action figures, a look at Mezco Toyz’ Silent Screamers toy line (celebrating its 20th anniversary). Additional news includes the latest horror toys, comic books, gaming, and home video releases.

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    • [Horrorhound #85 (Product Image)]
    • 28 October 2020

      Horrorhound #85

      It’s the Halloween issue of HorrorHound as we take a detailed look into the most anticipated film of the haunting season: Halloween Kills. Michael Myers and Laurie Strode face off once again in what’s expected to be the bloodiest Halloween yet.

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    • [Horrorhound #83 (Product Image)]
    • 6 August 2020

      Horrorhound #83

      The Ghostbusters return to cinemas with an inventive and exciting sequel that is sure to grab the attention of paranormal fans everywhere!

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    • [Horrorhound #82 (Product Image)]
    • 8 July 2020

      Discontinued Horrorhound #82

      Say his name five times … we dare you! Candyman returns to theaters with a special reboot from writer and producer Jordan Peele (Us, Get Out). We take a look at this upcoming horror title, while also looking back at the original film franchise made famous by Tony Todd, in a special retrospective feature.

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    • [Horrorhound #81 (Product Image)]
    • 5 February 2020

      Horrorhound #81

      The Stephen King and George Romero collaboration, Creepshow, has returned thanks to a new television series on Shudder. This issue takes a look back at this iconic duo’s history, along with a special 30th anniversary retrospective feature on their 1990 feature film Tales from the Darkside, which most consider the ‘lost’ Creepshow sequel.

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    • [Horrorhound #80 (Product Image)]
    • 19 December 2019

      Horrorhound #80

      It’s the 35th anniversary of The Terminator and what a perfect time for director James Cameron and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton to return to the franchise with their latest film, Terminator: Dark Fate.

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    • [Horrorhound #79 (Product Image)]
    • 23 October 2019

      Horrorhound #79

      Halloween is upon us as HorrorHound celebrates the holidays with a slew of family-friendly spotlights of annual Trick or Treating Tradition! This includes a retrospective article celebrating the 50th anniversary of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion. We take an exhaustive look at the history of the park attraction, it’s sister-park counterparts, the endless supply of merchandise and memorabilia, plus its connection with The Nightmare Before Christmas!

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    • [Horrorhound #78 (Product Image)]
    • 31 July 2019

      Horrorhound #78

      The Gillman is celebrating his 65th anniversary, and HorrorHound celebrates with this special retrospective feature that looks back at the Creature from the Black Lagoon, and how this Universal Monster helped shape the film industry as a whole (eventually inspiring the Oscar-winning film, The Shape of Water).

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    • [Horrorhound #77 (Product Image)]
    • 26 June 2019

      Discontinued Horrorhound #77

      It’s been 25 years since Eric Draven first graced theater screens in the cult classic comic-turned-action/horror film The Crow. This issue takes a look back at the film that helped alter cinema forever, including a new and exclusive interview with creator James O’Barr.

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    • [Horrorhound #76 (Product Image)]
    • 26 March 2019

      Horrorhound #76

      Stephen King has once again become the number one name in horror! We dedicate this issue of HorrorHound to the true Maestro of Horror with a 30th anniversary retrospective of Pet Semetary, as well as a bonus 35th anniversary retrospective on the Children of the Corn film franchise.

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    • [Horrorhound #75 (Product Image)]
    • 30 January 2019

      Horrorhound #75

      We celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Edgar Wright horror classic, Shaun of the Dead, with a special retrospective on the history of the film, the merchandise, and the impact the feature head on cinema as a whole.

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    • [Horrorhound #74 (Product Image)]
    • 28 November 2018

      Horrorhound #74

      HorrorHound celebrates the 20th anniversary of McFarlane Toys’ Movie Maniacs action figure line with a detailed history of the toy company and their evolution from Spawn to Stranger Things, and how their horror-themed toy line forever changed the collectible industry.

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    • [Horrorhound #73 (Product Image)]
    • 3 October 2018

      Horrorhound #73

      This special Halloween-themed issue of HorrorHound Magazine celebrates the 25th anniversary of the beloved Disney classic, Hocus Pocus, as well as delving into Disney’s history of Halloween and horror hijinx including write ups on The Nightmare Before Christmas, The Headless Horseman, Haunted Mansion, and so many more.

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    • [Horrorhound #72 (Product Image)]
    • 1 August 2018

      Horrorhound #72

      Nature has always been a scary beast. Anytime friends venture off into the woods, or paddle out into the ocean, you never know if disaster will strike.

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    • [Horrorhound #71 (Product Image)]
    • 6 June 2018

      Horrorhound #71

      This vampire-laden issue of HorrorHound is dedicated to Hammer Horror and their 60th anniversary of vampire cinema. With the landmark Christopher Lee film, Horror of Dracula, the studio set a new standard for vampire films and went on to create remarkable red-blood-drenched horrors.

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    • [Horrorhound #68 (Product Image)]
    • 22 November 2017

      Horrorhound #68

      This issue celebrates the release of Jigsaw - the eighth installment in the Saw franchise - with a special retrospective feature on the film saga, including an in-depth look at the series’ merchandise, including toys, comic books, games, and the character’s status as an icon in horror cinema.

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    • [Horrorhound #67 (Product Image)]
    • 20 September 2017

      Horrorhound #67

      We present a very special Halloween issue of HorrorHound Magazine, loaded with fun activities and articles relating to the haunting holiday’s history, with emphasis on family-friendly fun.

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    • [Horrorhound #66 (Product Image)]
    • 9 August 2017

      Horrorhound #66

      Stephen King’s The Dark Tower finally makes its way to the big screen, as HorrorHound features an extensive look into the history of the fan-favorite book series, the comic books, and what’s in store for the feature film presentation.

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    • [Horrorhound #64 (Product Image)]
    • 15 March 2017

      Horrorhound #64

      King Kong returns in a massive way, as HorrorHound interviews the cast and crew behind the epic new movie from Legendary Films, Kong: Skull Island!

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    • [Horrorhound #63 (Product Image)]
    • 25 January 2017

      Horrorhound #63

      This issue of HorrorHound takes a look at all the exciting new film projects scheduled for release in 2017, including a peek at the most anticipated films of the year, with coverage of the latest Amityville film, Friday the 13th, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, and the newest installment in the Underworld franchise: Blood Wars.

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    • [Horrorhound #62 (Product Image)]
    • 30 November 2016

      Horrorhound #62

      HorrorHound focuses on the wonderful world of horror toys! Board games, action figures, and other oddball collectibles are dissected in true HorrorHound fashion.

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    • 28 September 2016

      Horrorhound #61

      HorrorHound dedicates our Halloween issue to the Hostess with the Mostess - Elvira! Celebrating the 35 year anniversary of Movie Macabre, we interview the legendary Mistress of the Dark about her expansive career as a horror host, actor, spooksperson, and cultural icon.

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    • [Horrorhound #60 (Product Image)]
    • 28 July 2016

      Horrorhound #60

      A new team of Ghostbusters are taking over, and HorrorHound looks at the new film, the cast, and the merchandise that makes up this rebooted franchise.

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    • 8 June 2016

      Horrorhound #59

      Robert Rodriguez unleashed the El Rey Network in 2013 and has developed it as one of the coolest channels on television, whether it be classic film marathons featuring Godzilla or the movies of John Carpenter to their original programming like Director’s Chair, Lucha Underground, and From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series.

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    • [Horrorhound #56 (Product Image)]
    • 18 November 2015

      Horrorhound #56

      Music takes center stage in this special issue of HorrorHound Magazine! We take a look back at the most important soundtracks in horror history, and try to find out what makes them so important. What are the most sought-after records (and the most valuable)?

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    • [Horrorhound #55 (Product Image)]
    • 22 September 2015

      Horrorhound #55

      Guillermo del Toro takes center stage this issue with a special guide to his film work, as well as highlight articles on The Strain and a retrospective feature on Hellboy.

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    • 8 July 2015

      Horrorhound #54

      With a new Terminator feature in the theaters, Genisys, this issue of HorrorHound takes a look at the history of sci-fi cinema and its impact on the horror genre.

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    • 28 January 2015

      Horrorhound #51

      For the 51st issue of HorrorHound Magazine, we take a break from celebrating the horrors hidden under the bed, in the closet, down the sewers, or in your dreams - and instead look to the skies!

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    • [Horrorhound #48 (Product Image)]
    • 16 July 2014

      Horrorhound #48

      We take a look at the most significant authors within the world of horror: H.P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, Richard Matheson, Clive Barker, Anne Rice, Stephen King - who has cultivated the largest fanbase and whose works have resulted in the largest movie and television catalog over the last 100 years?

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    • 4 June 2014

      Horrorhound #47

      Monsters run amok in HorrorHound as we take a look back at the history of the Godzilla film franchise, it’s many spinoffs and rip-offs, as well as the latest US-based film starring Bryan Cranston.

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    • 26 March 2014

      Horrorhound #46

      Shlock and horror converge in this gore-filled issue dedicated to the films of Troma Studios, John Waters, and the goofiest Corman titles of the ’70s and ’80s.

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    • [Horrorhound #45 (Product Image)]
    • 5 February 2014

      Horrorhound #45

      Horror dominated in 2013 and is poised to continue strong into 2014! HorrorHound takes a look into the biggest and most buzz-worthy titles scheduled for release over the next 12 months, including comic-turned-feature I, Frankenstein, plus Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters, Godzilla, Devil’s Due, and much more! Plus, the second half of The Walking Dead’s fourth season takes center stage this issue!

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    • 3 November 2013

      Horrorhound #44

      Wrapping up 2013, HorrorHound Magazine unveils our guide to the “Unlucky 13,” the most overlooked horror films of the past 13 years! Discover these gems as we celebrate the modern horror landscape, including titles such as Club Dread, May, Trick r Treat, and more! News on the latest season of The Walking Dead is paired with information on Bates Motel season two, and I, Frankenstein. We also take a look at the latest Action Figure and Comic Book announcements as well as feature fan-favorite articles such as Horror’s Hallowed Grounds, Kitley’s Krypt, Video Invasion, and the HorrorHound Hall of Fame!

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    • [Horrorhound #42 (Product Image)]
    • 30 June 2013

      Horrorhound #42

      HorrorHound Magazines jumps into the big world of giant monster movies, in celebration of the upcoming Guillermo del Toro feature film, Pacific Rim!

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    • [Horrorhound #41 (Product Image)]
    • 28 April 2013

      Discontinued Horrorhound #41

      HorrorHound steps back to look at the best (and worst) horror movie sequels of all time. From classic franchises such as Friday the 13th and Hellraiser to the more comical titles like Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!, which happens to celebrate its 35th anniversary this year. In fact, we give tribute to this vegetarian-friendly film series with a special retrospective on the original title, its goofy sequels and animated spin-off!

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    • 3 March 2013

      Horrorhound #40

      One of the most sinister issues to date, HorrorHound features the latest news on the Evil Dead remake, including interviews with Sam Raimi and Bruce Campbell!

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    • 23 January 2013

      Horrorhound #39

      The Texas Chainsaw Massacre attacks cinemas in 2013 thanks to a new 3-D feature film and HorrorHound celebrates with a special exploitation-heavy issue headlined by a TCM retrospective looking back at nearly 40-years of “the saw!”

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