When Gary J. Svehla was 13-years-old in 1963, an avid fan of "Famous
Monsters of Filmland," he decided to publish his own "fanzine," a
carbon-copied mishmash where only 20 copies were circulated of issue one.
Today, 41 years later, that original fanzine has evolved into "Midnight
Marquee" and is still going strong.
In 1995, Midnight Marquee became
incorporated when it evolved into a small press publisher of books on films,
focusing on (but not exclusive to) the horror film genre. Midnight Marquee
Press features a stable of the best historians and critics writing on movies
today. Our books feature over 100 photographs per book, indexes,
bibliographies, filmographies, etc.
"Midnight Marquee Press has given us a
series of first-rate books on subjects that matter to film buffs and
- Leonard Maltin