This entry lists the non-academic professional magazines and Semiprozines which focus on nonfiction about sf – especially in Cinema and Television – and which are either given full entries or otherwise discussed in the present encyclopedia. Forrest J Ackerman's Famous Monsters of Filmland is the best-known early example of a media magazine focusing on Monster Movies; it had a long run and numerous imitators. A useful reference cataloguing many of these magazines up to its publication date of March 1977 is Fantasy Magazine Index.
Numeric and A to E. 3-D Monsters, Amazing Forries, Castle of Frankenstein, Certificate X!, Children of the Night, Chiller Theatre Magazine, Chillers, Chilling Monster Tales, Cinefantastique, Cinefex, Cinemacabre, Cinemagic, Cinescape, Comics Buyer's Guide, Comics Collector, Comics Scene, Cult Movies & Video, Cult Times, Dinosaur Times, Dreamwatch, Epi-Log Magazine.
F to L. Famous Films, Famous Monsters of Filmland, Famous Monsters Do-It-Yourself Make-Up Handbook, Fantascene, Fantastic Films, Fantastic Monsters of the Films, Fantasy Enterprises, Fantasy Film Journal, Fantasy Modeling, Filmfax, FJA's Monsterland (vt Monsterland), For Monsters Only, Frankenstein Classic, Future Fantasy, Future Life, Galactic Journal Magazine, Ghoul, Hammer Horror, The House of Hammer, Horror Monsters, Imagi-Movies, Incredible Science Fiction, Infinity, The Journal of Frankenstein, King Kong, King of the Monsters, Kong, Legend Horror Classics, L'Incroyable Cinema.
M to R. Mediascene, Media Spotlight, Midnight Marquee, Modern Monsters, Monsterama, Monster Fantasy, Monster Howls, Monster Madness, Monster Mag, Monster Mania, Monster Parade, Monsters, Monsters and Imagi-Movies, Monsters and Things, Monsterscene, Monsters from the Vault, Monsters to Laugh With, The Monster Times, Monster World, Monsters and Heroes, Monsters of the Movies, Movie Club, Movie Monsters, The Official Munsters Magazine (see Roger Elwood), The Old Dark House, The Outer Limits: An Illustrated Review, Outer Limits Newsletter, Outer Space Monsters, Phantasma, The Phantom of the Movies' VideoScope, Photo Fiends, Photon, Psychotronic Video, Pure Images, Quasimodo's Monster Magazine, Reel Fantasy, Rocket's Blast Comicollector, Rue Morgue.
S. Scarlet Street, Scarlet – The Film Magazine, Science Fantasy Film Classics, Science Fiction, Horror & Fantasy, Science Fiction Illustrated: 1977, Sci-Fi TV, SF Color Poster Book, SF Movieland, SFTV, SFX, Screen Chills and Macabre Stories, Screen Monsters, Screen Thrills Illustrated, Serial World, Shock Tales, Shriek, Silver Screen Horror, Spacemen, Space Wars, Space Wars Heroes, Spies, Spoofs & Super Guys, Superheroes, Star Battles, Star Blaster, Starburst, Star Encounters, Starforce, Starlog, Star Warp, Supernatural Horror Filming, Super Star Heroes, Suspense Tales.
T to Z. Tales of Terror from the Beyond, The Teratoid Guide, Thing, TV Chariot, TV Greats: Space Stars of Movies and TV, TV Sci-Fi Monthly, Video Watchdog, TV's Dynamic Heroes, TV Zone, Wizard, Wonder, Wonderama, World Famous Creatures, World of Horror, Xero, The X-Files and Other Eerie TV. [DRL]
see also: Academic Journal; Print Magazines.
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