Shock Cinema 22
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 M. Emmet Walsh, Nick Mancuso and Bradford Dillman, plus cinematographer Michael Chapman. Reviews include Quentin Tarantino's uncompleted first film My Best Friend's Birthday, Cantinflas in the all-star Hollywood fiasco Pepe, Kazuo Hara's Extreme Private Eros: Love Song 1974, Beau Bridges in The Christian Licorice Store, Santiago Segura in Masterpiece, Sarah Douglas in The Brute, Ted Kotcheff's Outback, Bradford Dillman in the LSD-mystery Jigsaw, Sean S. Cunningham's X-rated Together, Carroll Baker in Something Wild, Johnny Thunders's Born to Lose: The Last Rock 'n' Roll Movie, Harvey Keitel and Nipsey Russell in Dream One, a.k.a. Nemo, Vaclav Vorlicek's Czech fantasies Who Would Kill Jessie? and The Girl on the Broomstick, Jodie Foster in In the Beach House, Takashi Miike's Agitator and Full Metal Yakuza; the Christian propaganda shorts Rock: It's Your Decision and An Absence of Stones; Robert Frank's avant-garde The Sin of Jesus; Jeffrey Hunter in Brainstorm, Anita Pallenberg in Volker Schlondorff's A Degree of Murder, Jason Miller in The Nickel Ride, etc.
Size: 280mm x 215mm
Extent: 48 pages
Publication Date: Spring/Summer 2003
Cover Price: $5.00