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Shock Cinema 35

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  • Manufacturer Steve Puchalski
  • Stock Level In stock

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!

The latest issue features interviews with: Actor Sy Richardson (Repo Man, They Live, Walker, Colors, Straight to Hell), actress Suzanna Love (The Boogeyman, The Devonsville Terror, Olivia), actor Tony Musante (The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, The Pope of Greenwich Village), director-stuntman Chuck Bail (The Gumball Rally, The Stuntman, Black Samson).
There are also dozens and dozens of informative film, video, DVD, and book reviews, covering such titles as Jim Mitchum and Erik Estrada in Trackdown, Bradford Dillman in The Last Bride of Salem, Joaquim de Almeida stars as Sherlock Holmes in Xango from Baker Street, Fred Williamson kicks Confederate-holdout-ass in The Soul of Nigger Charley, John Hargreaves and Judy Davis in Hoodwink, Magda Vasaryova in Juraj Jakubisko's Birds, Orphans and Fools, Carol Lynley in the animal rampage TV-movie The Beasts Are on the Streets, George C. Scott and Tony Musante in The Last Run, Katja Bienart in Walter Boos' lurid Train Station Pick-Ups, Byron Mabe's sexploitation 'n' torture cheapie The Bushwhacker, Ana Bertha Lepe in the Mexican-sci-fi-musical The Ship of Monsters, Bruce Spence stars as the rebellious Stork, James Brolin in the NYC subway disaster flick Short Walk to Daylight, Carlos Enrique Taboada's The Book of Stone, Conrad Bain and Misty Rowe in the low-rent prostitution-comedy A Pleasure Doing Business, Nobuhiko Obayashi's surreal ghost story Hausu [House], Maurizio Merli in Umberto Lenzi's cop-romp From Corleone to Brooklyn, Tinto Brass' The Voyeur, Gris Grimly's Cannibal Flesh Riot!, Skizz Cyzyk's Little Castles: A FormStone Phenomenon, Victoria Maurette in Albert Pyun's horror-western Left For Dead, the Russian action-epic Wolfhound, Beverly Garland in Stark Fear, Damon Packard's Spacedisco One: The Movie, The Catman of Paris, Takashi Miike's Demon Pond, Alex Cox's Searchers 2.0, Edward Dmytryk's Hitler's Children, Ken Foree in David Walker's Black Santa's Revenge, Florinda Bolkan in Footprints on the Moon, Karen Valentine and John Davidson in the TV-movie Coffee, Tea or Me?, the South Bronx outlaw street gang documentary 80 Blocks from Tiffany's, Vinnie Stigma starring in Nick Oddo's New York Blood, the '70s nutrition-educational children's-show Mulligan Stew, Paul Satterfield beats the bejesus out of aliens in Arena, Albert Finney and Yvette Mimieux in The Picasso Summer, Graeme Whifler's suburban nightmare Deadly End, Oliver Reed and Derek Jacobi in Blue Blood, Ron Perlman in Larry Fessenden's The Last Winter, Bald Headed Betty, Rebecca Brooke in Joe Sarno's Confessions of a Young American Housewife, David Stagnari's Catharsis, Elliott Gould and Trevor Howard in the Cold War thriller Who?, Clint Walker in Killdozer, Sirpa Lane in Alfonso Brescia's The Beast in Space, Chris Mitchum in the EuroCrime actioner Ricco the Mean Machine, Matt Farley in Charles Roxburgh's horror-homage Freaky Farley, Ti West's Trigger Man, the Ted Kaczynski indie-comedy Ted, Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin fall in (and out) of love in Slogan, Christopher George in Escape, Ray Lovelock battles zombies in The Living Dead at Manchester Morgue, Krasue [Demonic Beauty] and Krasue Valentine [Ghost of Valentine], Onur Tukel's murderous black comedy The Pigs, Barry Strugatz's From Other Worlds, the '70s Swedish sex-comedy The Second Coming of Eva, Christopher Thies' Winterbeast, and many more...

Technical Details

Size: 280mm x 215mm

Binding: Magazine

Extent: 48 pages

Publication Date: 2008

Market: Cinema

Weight: 255g

Cover Price: $5.00

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