Horror Collection


Strike a Pose: Horror Action Figures Never Looked so Good!

Ok, try to picture the scene. A ten year old boy is in his backyard and with him is his large plastic box of Star Wars figures. He spends about 30 minutes digging a deep, circular hole in the dry, hard dirt under the grass then when he is happy with it he begins sticking


Too Good to Last Part 2: Remembering the Eaglemoss Horror Collection 2007

Welcome to the concluding part of my look back at ‘The Horror Collection’ a short lived magazine published by Eaglemoss during 2007. The first part of this trip down memory lane can be found here and gives an insight into how ‘Partwork’ magazines such as these have been a constant presence in British newsagents for


Too Good to Last Part 1: Remembering the Eaglemoss Horror Collection 2007

One day during 2007 I casually walked into my local branch of WHSmith (a UK based newsagents) and instantly saw something truly wonderful sitting on a top shelf … NO, not porn! … It was a magazine sealed in a plastic bag, and attached to the cover was a small lead figurine of Mr Freddy