CONTENTS:

MEXICAN MONSTERS INVADE AMERICA! Fans Rejoice! by Bryan Senn. Bryan goes south of the border to look at some of Mexico's best loved horror films of the 1950s and '60s recently released by CasaNegra Entertainment on DVD.

EL VAMPIRO SPEAKS! An Interview with Mexican Horror Star German Robles by Bryan Senn, Richard Sheffield, and Jim Clatterbaugh. Monsters from the Vault caught up with Mexican horror star German Robles at Monster Bash and talked with him about his career and what keeps "El Vampiro" busy today.

SPECIAL EFFECTS WIZARD JOHN P. FULTON by Joanne Fulton Schaefer (As Told to Tom Weaver). Universal Studios' special effects wizard John P. Fulton is remembered by daughter Joanne and longtime contributor Tom Weaver. The article features many rare photos from Fulton's personal scrapbook.

CHANEY TALKS! A Tantalizing Glimpse at What Might Have Been by Scott Berman. Lon Chaney's two Unholy Three films are examined in detail by Scott, and he ponders what might have been had Chaney's career continued into the early days of the talkies.

SUMISHTA BRAHM REMEMBERS HER FATHER, JOHN BRAHM by Marty Baumann. First-time contributor Marty Baumann (The Astounding B Monster) interviews Sumishta Brahm, daughter of renowned cult-film director John Brahm, whose credits include The Lodger, Hangover Square, The Undying Monster, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Thriller, and The Outer Limits.

FILMS FROM THE VAULT: DVD Reviews by Mark Clark. Reviews of The Classic Sci-Fi Ultimate Collection, The Classic Sci-Fi Ultimate Collection, Volume 2, and Universal Horror Classic Movie Archive.

BOOKS FROM THE VAULT: Reviews by Steve Kronenberg. Books reviewed are Bela Lugosi: Dreams and Nightmares by Gary D. Rhodes with Richard Sheffield, and Good Night, Whatever You Are: My Journey with Zacherley, the Cool Ghoul by Richard Scrivani.

All this, plus editorial comments, letters, and tons of photos. Published Winter 2008.