Little Shoppe of Horrors presents
Little Shoppe of Horrors #22
It was 1971 and Hammer was trying to figure out what to do with their Dracula character. Influenced by AIP’s COUNT YORGA, and with the insistence of financier Warner Bros, they decided to send Drac to “Swinging London and Chelsea”….”
¨ “Mean, Moody & Murderous: In Search of Hammer Noir” “Little Shoppe of Horrors” prowls the dark street of Windsor. By Denis Meikle
¨ Remembering Hammer Noir: Michael Carreras in conversation with Denis Meikle.
¨ Desperately Seeking Dracula…or: “I demand an audience with his Satanic Majesty.” How DID Dracula and Van Helsing end up on that coach at the beginning of DRACULA A.D. 1972? Cartoon – written by Philip Nutman. Art by Mark Maddox.
¨ Historical introduction to that period of Hammer films, for DRACULA A.D. 1972 and THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA. By Denis Meikle, with commentary by Michael Carreras.
¨ The Making of DRACULA A.D 1972 and THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA by Bruce G. (“gore”) Hallenbeck.
¨ Interviews with:
§ Caroline Munro
§ Christopher Neame
§ Don Mingaye
§ Valeria Van Ost
§ William Franklyn
¨ Stoneground Unearthed. The rock group that leads off AD1972. Interview / article with singers Tim Barnes and Annie Sampson. By Bruce G. Hallenbeck.
¨ Dracula Swings - The Music of Michael Vickers and John Cacavas for DRACULA A.D. 1972 and THE SATANIC RITES OF DRACULA by David Huckvale.
¨ Alan Gibson. An affectionate look at the director of the two modern day Draculas, with the assistance of his daughters, Jessica and Sarah, and his brother, noted Canadian author Graeme Gibson. By Richard Klemensen
Interior art by Neil Vokes, Shana Bilbrey, Adrian Salmon, Dan Gallagher Jr, Shane Ivan Oakley, Mike Schneider, Murad Gumen & Bruce Timm.
Another 100 page monster!