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Issue #1


The Man Who Laughs (1928)

The Man Who Laughs: A Forgotten Masterpiece

by Stephen D. Smith

Few movie-goers regard any film not made in their lifetime as valuable. Within that minority, even fewer are motivated to embrace early cinema and keep it alive. For this reason, films like Paul Leni’s The Man Who Laughs, have more or less quietly faded into obscurity.

Forrest J Ackerman

Dr. Acula’s Diary

by Forry Ackerman

I’ve just done my 93d imagi-movie cameo, this time opposite John (Tarantuala) Agar, the movie star to whom, like Edgar Allan Poe, I inadvertently gave a Premature Burial.