Links To Other Web Sites
A cute site with colorful graphics, celebrating the charm of 1950s B-movie
Database and "classified ads" for toy collectors. A great resource for
information and selling/trading.
Enthusiastic monster fan site with great graphics and feature articles. The
site that glows in the dark!
Source for Japanese Godzilla toys. The name means "little Godzilla toys."
Worth looking at even if you don't want to buy anything. The dealer, "Goji
Girl," put a lot of creativity into this site.
Source for Japanese anime toys. Run by Goji Girl's daughter. The same look
as Chibi Goji Toys, but the products offered are aimed more at children than
Photo gallery of Universal Studios monsters, plus a few non-Universal characters.
Death rock guitar players will want to check out this commercial site selling
deluxe coffin-shaped guitar cases. If I were a guitar player, I'd buy one.
But alas, I play synthesizers.
A fantastic roster of the world's most amazing action figures, including
many you have surely never seen before.
Updated news on the latest monster collectibles.
The actor known for his sinister roles in The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
and Casablanca, among many other classics.
The history of advertising toys. Top-notch presentation. Includes the monster
Dealer site specializing in hard-to-find horror/sci-fi videos, DVDs and CDs.
Also home to the Monster Bash convention site.
Loads of information on the study of unknown animals. A great resource for
monster hunters. Pack a lunch, clean the binoculars, and hit the trail. Make
sure the camera's loaded!
Dealer in contemporary "retro" toys, specializing in monsters and science
The random thoughts of Max Cheney, a moderator at the
Universal Monster Army. For reasons too complex to explain, Max is
known as the "drunken severed head." Not many people would marry a
voodoo queen on Halloween, but Max did. See what's on his
Anyone looking for monster toys should try searching eBay, the popular online
auction service. Whatever you are looking for, it will eventually turn up
here. Whether you will be able to afford it is another matter.
The beat poet of monster movies. PULL THE STRINGS!
A comprehensive list of virtually every television horror host since the
50's. Lists host's name, show title, TV station, and other information. Many
listings describe the host's persona and the show's opening sequence.
Authorized by Forry himself, and a true valentine to everyone who has every
picked up an issue of Famous Monsters. The site is designed to simulate the
experience of visiting Forry's home, the famous "Ackermansion." Several "rooms"
to look at, lots of pictures and info, including updates on Forry's ongoing
A personal home page by Kyra Schon, who played little Karen in the original
Night Of The Living Dead.
An internet-based vintage toy store specializing in monster toys, space toys,
robots and 50's pin-up memorabilia.
Museum of modern-era vinyl Godzilla toys from Bandai and other companies.
Each time you click a link to see a photo, you will hear Godzilla roar.
Big site dedicated to figure kit modeling. Covers plastic, resin, and vinyl
kits based on sci-fi, horror, movies, and animation. Many pages, tons of
links, how-to articles, interviews, images, and reviews of kits.
Tribute to the early 70's cartoon about hip monsters. Includes the lyrics
to the theme song, a synopsis of the show, and names of characters.
Guide to haunted house amusement attractions all over the country. Clickable
map of the USA links to homepages for each individual haunted house.
A new startup channel that promises to deliver round the clock horror
Strange site created by a strange girl named Aine - don't ask her for a last
name. It's just Aine. She interviews obscure horror actors and follows them
to public appearances. She's not stalking them. She's just, well...ok, maybe
she is stalking them, but they don't seem to mind. She's waiting for
you to visit her site, so get going.
General forum for news and discussion of modern horror movies, including
films in production, DVDs and recent theatrical releases.
Another great Famous Monsters-style web magazine with quality articles and
A how-to page with many fun Halloween craft projects. But be careful
if you somehow find your way to Kim's corpse page, with photos of real corpses.
The two sites are for different audiences.
Authoritative site created by a recognized scholar on the life and career
of the Man Of A Thousand Faces.
Ambitious site under new ownership, seeking to become the nerve center of
the Mego collecting universe. Includes good write-ups and photo galleries
of non-Mego toys such as the AHI, Lincoln and Tomland monsters.
Authoritative site dedicated to the world of Mego toys (including the Mad
Monsters). Lots of history, photos, a forum and a sense of humor.
Smart-looking site created by film actor Mel Welles (The Little Shop of Horrors).
Bach organ music greets the visitor as candles flicker. Contains information
on Welles' career as an actor, voice artist, producer, director, and film
consultant. Great graphics and interesting content.
Catalog of monster card sets such as You'll Die Laughing and Mars Attacks.
A source for news updates on the world of horror movies, television and
A colorful cavalcade of classic creepy covers from horror mags of the 1950s,
60s and 70s.
Dealer site specializing in monster collectibles, especially Sideshow Toys
Stoner's Monster Mayhem is a quarterly magazine in the tradition of Famous
Monsters. This site includes an online newsletter, plus pages devoted to
The Munsters, Lost In Space, and classic monster photos.
A respected magazine in the tradition of Famous Monsters of Filmland devoted
to the appreciation of classic monsters. The site lists contents of present
and past issues and provides ordering information.
Site dedicated to monster-maker, gorilla impersonator, and movie super-collector,
Bob Burns. Includes a list of his film and television credits.
Collectible toys and vintage model kits for sale.
Nice introductory site on wicca, spells, and various witchcraft resources.
Resources for the toy enthusiast. Up to date information and exclusive photos.
One of the best toy sites.
A great UK robot and battery-operated toy dealer and information site.
Hard to describe this unusual site. A kaleidoscope of retro memories, including
vintage toys, comic book ads, old Halloween photos, and clever cartoon shorts
that follow the bittersweet adventures of a monster kid. Be sure to check
out the FLIP DVD, a must-have for monster kids.
Not a toy site, but you'll find advertisements for a lot of neat toys from
the 60's and 70's. Remember the Vampire Bat, Monster Ghost, or the 7-foot
Frankenstein poster? You'll find the original comic book advertisements for
these and many other larger-than-life novelties displayed here.
Mish-mash of horror, kitsch and a love for monsters. Includes reviews of toys, movies and haunted places.
A meticulous history of toy ray guns from the 30's to the present. Lots of
photos and solid information. Very imaginative and professional in its layout
and design. Well-written text. A classy website. Zzzaap!
A slideshow-style presentation with lots of pictures of Richard Olson's fabulous
collection of monster memorabilia.
An independent television show investigating conspiracies and strange mysteries.
Describes itself as a "punk 60 Minutes" or "reality show meets X Files."
A very active and enthusiastic discussion group devoted to monster
toy appreciation. This army seeks to conquer the monster world.
Information and several rare photos of the original television horror host,
Source for Halloween-style vampire and goth outfits.
Inventive layout. Info on Matt Mason, ThingMaker, and Strange Change Machine.
Great collection of Telco Motion-ettes on display out of their boxes, including