The hottest new horror magazine on the market's thirty-first issue is available now, and with a tricked-out The Thing cover to boot! Retail price is $6.99.
Description from HorrorHound #30:
Have you ever wondered if you're next-door neighbor was an alien? If everyone around you has been brainwashed and you are the last sane man on Earth? Next issue, for the first time, HorrorHound will delve into the world of science-fiction - in response to the upcoming prequel for The Thing - we take a look at the history of body-snatcher films, as well as movie monsters from outer space - a virtual tribute to all things creepy in the sci-fi world!
Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.'s prequel to The Thing is due to hit theaters this October, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Grindhouse), Joel Edgerton (King Arthur), and Ulrich Thomsen (Hitman), and HorrorHound was on-set during production to speak with the stars of the film and get an inde look at the recapturing of John Carpenter's clasc. We take a detailed look at the new film while presenting a special retrospective on both the 1951 original The Thing from Another World, and John Carpenter's 1982 remake.
If that wasn't enough, nearly every major alien-invaon film is representing in some format or another as we unleash another "tribute" issue milar to the "comic book" issue you hold in your hands. Everything from Invaon of the Body Snatchers and Alien to War of the Worlds (the clasc and modern interpretations) and They Live will be covered.
If that wasn't enough, we will deliver another Artist Spotlight on Norman Saunders - the amazing artist behind such works as Mars Attacks, Wacky Packs, and various pulp and sci-fi magazines. Regular features such as Video Invaon, Kitley's Krypt and all the movie, home video, toy, and comic book news you can shake a stick at - available in HorrorHound #31 this September