Shock Cinema 21
Shock Cinema is an essential guide for any fan of bizarre films and videos, and each issue is crammed with movie reviews, interviews and original poster art. Plus, Shock Cinema covers everything a self-respecting film-junkie could possibly desire - from Cult Movies and Arthouse Oddities, to old fashioned Drive-In Swill and Underground Obscurities. Read Shock Cinema to find out about the weirdest, wildest (and in most cases, barely released) films ever made... Blaxploitation, Sexploitation, Demented Art Films, Women In Prison, Horror, Sci-Fi, Porno Weirdness, Musical Misfires, Mondo Movies, and everything else in between. It's all here!
Interviews with actors Malcolm McDowell and Kurtwood Smith, cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, and blaxploitation writer-director Oscar Williams. Reviews include Richard Burton and Rex Harrison in Staircase, Scott Baio in The Boy Who Drank Too Much and Stoned, Anna Karina and Serge Gainsbourg in Anna, the Vietnam documentary Winter Soldier, Sogo Ishii's Gojoe and Electric Dragon 80000, Andrzej Zulawski's The Devil [Diabel], Marcello Mastroianni in John Boorman's Leo the Last, Paul Anka plays a teen voyeur in Look in Any Window, Angus Scrimm in Don Coscarelli's Jim the World's Greatest, the French-Canadan biker epic Hochelaga, Dirk Bogarde in Sebastian, Britt Ekland in Liliana Cavani's I Cannibali, Richard Farina's Been Down So Long It Looks Like Up to Me, Mickey Rooney and Mamie Van Doren in The Big Operator, Penelope Speeris's Ozzfest documentary We Sold Our Souls for Rock 'n Roll, Derek Ford's Groupie Girl, Peter Whitehead's The Fall, Los Bravos in the rock-musical/comedy A Little Bit of Love, George Sanders in The Candy Man, Guy Maddin's ballet Dracula: Pages from a Virgin's Diary, Pere Portabella's Cuadecuc - Vampir, etc.
Size: 280mm x 215mm
Extent: 48 pages
Publication Date: Fall/Winter 2002
Cover Price: $5.00