What I love about Shadowland Magazine is that it reminds me of the monster mags that I used to read as kid - titles like Famous Monsters of Filmland and Quasimodo's Monster Magazine - that made horror, fantasy and sc-fi such fun.
Shadowland Magazine is great fun and the writing is excellent too! The range and depth of the articles should satisfy any cult movie fan. Check out the Summer 2012 issue contents:
"But The Kids Love Us!"
A retrospective on the lesser noticed aspects of the Ghostbusters, including the 1989 sequel, the Extreme Ghostbusters cartoon, the comic series, and more!
Virtual Fear: A History of Horror Video Games
An in-depth overview of horror video games over the last thirty years from before the Atari generation to the current digitally interactive terrors.
James Rolfe, The Angry Video Game Nerd
Shadowland speaks with James Rolfe about horror video games. What makes a good one? A bad one? Which is the worst?
Horror Board Games
A visual look at some of the most interesting horror board games ever conceived.
Hudson Horror Show
A day at New York's Hudson Horror Show!
Sho Kosugi: The Last Ninja
A detailed article on the films and life of '80s ninja star, Sho Kosugi.
Moreau, What Have You Wrought?
Ruminations on the past and future of mad science in the Philippines.
Lucky 13: An Interview with Ronald Malfi
Ronald Malfi, author of The Fall of Never, Floating Staircase, and Shamrock Alley, shares his thoughts about writing in the horror genre.
Along Came A Spider-Man
A visual gallery of Spidey's television appearances.
The Three Stooges Meet The Mummy
Moe, Larry and Curly meet the indomitable Boris Karloff thanks to the miracle of styrene plastic.
And my own contribution:
Night Stalking: The TV Terror of Dan Curtis
Reviewing Dan Curtis' work ranging from Dark Shadows, The Night Stalker, Trilogy of Terror and beyond!
So why not sneak a copy into the house. Head on over to Shadowland Magazine and order yours today!