Special import. Cult Movies were an American running horror magazine totally dedicated to forgotten films and old heroes. From Bela Lugosi to Godzilla. The first issue was released in 1990 and called Lugosi then and now. The second issue was called Fantastic Television. It was by the release of the third issue is 1991 that the magazine got its name Cult Movies. 41 issues was released between 1990 and 2005 when the magazine called it a day. It was scheduled quarterly during the years 1997 and 1999. However during 2003 and 2005 there were only one issue per year. It investigate lost movies, classic movies, B-horror stars, gangster films and even erotic cinema. A must for fans of the underground films and classic movie years.
This issue has 92 pages written in English and features articles on movies and directors like: Phantoms of the opera, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Fred Olen Ray talks about the filming of Inferno in India, Harry Langdon, Donna Martell, Japanese gangster cinema, Dwight Frye, Robert C Chinn up close and film reviews: Plan 9 from Outer Space, Tower of London, White Commanche, Voodoo Dolls, McLintock!, Horrors of the Black Museum, On the Trail of Ed Wood, Planet of the Vampires, Mr. Ice Cream Man, 5 Dead on the Crimson Canvas, Sgt. Kabukiman N.Y.P.D.and more