Ok creepy kiddies, and all you monster-crazed collectors, have I got a fun website for you. It's called Mad-Monsters.com, and it's filled with some visual treats.
Let's start with the magazine covers. The section is sorted into 30 categories, each one represented with an image from that collection. You click on the cover of choice, and it leads you to additional images. Titles include Famous Monsters, Horror Tales, Tomb of Dracula, and Modern Monsters (to name but a few).
If you like those, you'll appreciate the movie posters as well. There are vintage selections such as Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and Abbot and Costello Meet Frankenstein, and some cult classics like Blackula and Astro Zombies ("See astro space laboratory. See brutal mutants menace beautiful girls").
Want more movie images? You got it. There are 13 movie titles that each have 30 or so movie stills to choose from.
Tired of static film images? No problem. There is also a collection of movie trailers.
There are some pretty cool trading cards that I've never even seen before, model kits that I would kill to have in my personal sinister stash of gruesome goodies, and most interesting to me, some toys.
The toy section is a catch all of figurines, lunch boxes, and board games. I especially like the designs for the Boris Karloff and Godzilla games.
This site is a great way to fill up on nightmarish nostalgia and glimpse what used to be the norm for Hollywood creature sensations.