The great thing about movies and fiction is the fact that they can live on even after its creators, studios and publishers have passed on. It can be rediscovered by new generations over and over, or relived by those fans who were there from the start. This magazine focused solely on the UK "Studio That Dripped Blood", Hammer. From various versions of Dracula, The Mummy and Frankenstein, to Rasputin, Fu Manchu, witches and devil worshippers, they covered the genre in its entirety. Each issue of this magazine is a fabulous collector's trove of features and interviews with cast and crew, pictures and facts about all the films made by this studio, as well as classic scenes and original artwork & posters. It also included special features like the new era of Horror CD-Rom games, new movie releases of significance and reviews of fiction writing and 'zines. - PB