By John K •
March 25, 2010
Check out the latest issue of HorrorHound, #22 It’s got A-Z retro slasher coverage and a retrospective on Media Home Entertainment, the company that brought many slasher delights to your VHS deck! HorrorHound Website
Tags: Magazines, Website
Yeah, what’s the story there? I see a ‘thanks to’.
This is the only horror magazine I read. It’s great & this issue is very retro-focussed. They love their slashers.
I discovered this website after seeing the “special thanks to retroslashers” credit in that issue
Horrorhound is the best horror magazine around right now!
I own this magazine and the retrospective on The Prowler is just phenomenal. Worth the price!
This is my first visit to this site but i’m a regular blogger @ Fridaythe13thfilms and i reconise a few names from there (most notably the tireless jasonsfury).I’m Scottish and the only horror mag worth mentioning over here was “The Dark Side” but that sadly ceased publication last year.It was very retro horror heavy in it’s content and was inteligently written.I also get “Fangoria” imported via my trusty local(ish) comic store.Although “Fango” is not as good as it used to be (mabye because horror movies aren’t as good as they used to be).I will certainly be asking my comic store if they can get hold of “Horror Hound” for me as it sounds like it could plug the gap that “The Dark Side” left.Great site by the way.Can’t beleive i’ve just discovered it.Youv’e just got a new regular.
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