Emily Booth joins Space Monsters Magazine

SpaceMonsters cover issue 2 draft

Popular horror actress and presenter Emily Booth has joined new genre magazine ‘Space Monsters’ as a regular columnist and reviewer.

As well as appearing in cult movie hits including Evil Aliens, Doghouse and Inbred, Booth is a regular guest at FILM4 Frightfest and a presenter on the Horror Channel.

‘Space Monsters’ magazine is aimed at fans of classic horror, sci-fi and fantasy movies and television with an emphasis on scary monsters, B-movies and sexy space babes.

Issue one launched this summer and is already building a large and enthusiastic fan-base around the world.
Booth is joined by Brighton-based journalist, actor and artist Billy Chainsaw, another regular on the horror film scene who also writes for “Bizarre” and “Shock Horror Magazine”.

Editor Richard Gladman, founder of the Classic Horror Campaign and Frighten Brighton Film Festival says:
“I’m delighted to welcome both Emily and Billy to our team of talented writers and artists. Horror fans are really in for a treat this Hallowe’en with our special “space vampires” issue!”

‘Space Monsters’ can be ordered directly from the Classic Horror Campaign website (www.classichorrorcampaign.com/space-monsters-magazine/) and is also available from Hemlock Books, The Cinema Store, The Psychotronic Store, Scary Monsters Scare Store and other outlets.

“Essential” – The Horror Channel
“…simply gorgeous to look at…the writing is top notch…” – Starburst Magazine
“…start collecting what is bound to be an industry classic…” – The Moonlit Door

Space Monsters Digital is available from the Dead Good Newstand www.spacemonstersofficial.blogspot.co.uk/
Check out the Space Monsters website and Facebook & Emily Booth Here


Alex Humphrey

Alex studied film at the University of Kent and went on to work for Universal Pictures in their Post Room gaining an inside look at the movie industry from the very bottom. Constantly writing reviews in everything from local magazines to Hip Hop sites Alex honed his critical skills even spending a brief period as a restaurant critic. Read more

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