Metal of Horror {:


Classic Movie Monsters Stamps


The Invisible Man Returns, 1940.

Dead by dawn! Dead by dawn!


HorrorHound Magazine Covers

Retrospectives. Film Facts. Exclusive Photos. Interviews. Fan Contributions. A Look at Horror Fan Lifestyles. Original Art. Theme Based Issues

HorrorHound™ also includes vital information pertaining to merchandising of all the twisted movies we love. Speaking of merchandise, HorrorHound™ will cover news on the production and availablity from the vast world of licensed horror collectibles including comic books, model kits, costumes, masks, novels, soundtracks, games, action figures and whatever else the genre can stand. Not to mention interviews and making-of features on great companies producing these must have gems. On top of all this, HorrorHound will strive to present fans with a home, hosting a number of exciting contests, allowing readers to view custom Halloween costumes, horror tattoos, letters and fan artwork to be featured in each issue of the magazine. Our goal is to offer the most fan-friendly publication available at the best price to the readers with enough incentives each issue to keep you coming back for more. As dedicated fans ourselves we can only hope to offer a refreshing new look at our genre. Feed the Beast - Tell your friends!


Look for Truant, Charlotte and Tony Jenkins at HorrorHound Weekend September 5th through the 7th!


50 Slashers

Child’s Play (1988)


A Nightmare On Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors (1987)

Directed by Chuck Russell

Survivors of serial killer Freddy Krueger - who stalks his victims in their dreams - learn to take control of their own dreams in order to fight back.