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Links

Links for other websites dedicated to Monster Movies and more. Please note that some links are also featured in the Friend Sites page.

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Alien Explorations — A blog covering the entirety of the Alien series, from the 1979 original to Prometheus.

Cinefex’s Official Website — where you can order back issues of the famed Special Effects Magazine.

Dalek 6388 — the most detailed recording of the history of Dalek models from 1963 to 1988 you will ever find, spanning the entirety of the classic Doctor Who series (from 1963 to 1988, hence the site name).

DelToroFilms.com — the official fan site for Guillermo del Toro’s films.

First Person Monster Blog – from Monster Maker Shannon Shea.

Outpost 31 – a web community entirely dedicated to John Carpenter’s The Thing.

Stan Winston School of Character Arts — online practical effects webcourses and behind-the-scenes articles on Stan Winston Studio’s long-lived effects work.

Strange Shapes – An incredibly informative blog, created and run by a pen friend of mine, featuring every information you could ask for on the first three Alien films and Ridley Scott’s Prometheus.

The Original Fan – a detailed insight on the making of John Carpenter’s The Thing, by Producer of the film Stuart Cohen.

Thule Station — a website wholly dedicated to Matthijs van Heijningen’s The Thing (2011).

Werewolf News — great site with constant updates on upcoming Werewolf films.

Weyland-Yutani Archives — a rich archive of information regarding the first three Alien films.

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Facebook Pages & Groups

An American Werewolf in London — dedicated to John Landis’s An American Werewolf in London.

Carlo Rambaldi — dedicated to Carlo Rambaldi’s special effects work; administered by Carlo’s own son, Victor.

The Fantastic World of Ray Harryhausen — dedicated to Ray Harryhausen’s special effects work.

Giger’s Alien — dedicated to the original Alien.

P.E.G.: Practical Effects Group (Facebook) – dedicated to practical effects at large — behind the scenes photos and stories from all kinds of feature films.

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