The Mad Ghoul (1943) | A look back at the vintage Famous Monsters of Filmland filmbook
With the 1940s Universal horror The Mad Ghoul out now on DVD in the UK (check out my review here), I thought I’d share with you something from my personal collection. It’s the filmbook that appeared in Issue 130 (featuring Basil Gogos’ fab Peter Cushing painting on the cover) and Issue 131 (with Christopher Lee on the cover baring his fangs as Dracula) of the cult magazine Famous Monsters of Filmland. Truly of its time, the article by Eric Ashton perfectly sums up the silly fun that this vintage Universal oldie had to offer.
Posted on July 28, 2014, in Horror, Horror Film Magazines, Might See, Universal Horror and tagged Famous Monsters of Filmland, George Zucco, Horror, Horror Film Magazine, Might See, Odeon Entertainment, The Mad Ghoul. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.