So if you have your cross, garlic, silver bullet, stake, or flame, put them down, because this site is for friends of fiends! Just click the back button on your browser, select the link you desire  and your journey will begin.
Created by Jim Warren and Forrest J Ackerman in 1958, FM was a doorway to another world. Long before the sci-fi blitz took over this iconic mag, it was a haven for the true classics, where our fiends  were free to live and breath, awaiting another day to fright. With its rebirth in the 1990's by Ray Ferry, FM focused speficially on classic horror. Today FM is owned by Phil Kim starting with #250, and will more closely resemble FM from it's gory days (pun intended).
Welcome, fellow "horrorheads" to a place, an 'abode' if you will, where a good fiend like you can take refuge from the day to day of reality, and satisfy the UNIVERSAL monstrous cravings  you've been starving for.
There is a litany of links at this humble abode, including one where you can check out a book in the Library and discover the complete, original manuscripts  of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, Bram Stoker's Dracula, and Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde...
and it's all just a click away ! 
Boris Karloff, Bela Lugosi, Lon Chaney Jr., and all the classic monsters we grew to love are here. As well as the movies that made them the masters of horror that they are. Whether you're searching for the Bride, Son, Ghost, or a particular House, you will find them all at the click of a mouse. Yes, there are tons of stills to die for, and other monstrous goodies too.
Many in the entertainment industry today got their monster fill with this classic rag. Among those who read FM are Steven Speilberg, George Lucas, Kiss' Gene Simmons, Actor Gary Busey, Hollywood Promoter Michael Smith, FX Master Corey Costellano and Pop Culture Icon Nolan B. Canova.
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Ask Horrorhead Fred, who awaits your querry
Hollywood Promoter Michael Smith, with Kevin Smith, writer/director of Clerks, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, and Dogma
The Masters of Horror is inspired by the holy grail of monster magazines, Famous Monsters of Filmland, which continues to drive a stake of happiness into the hearts of so many young and rabid readers.