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Shock Cinema Magazine is an essential periodical for fans of cutting-edge, retro cinema. Each issue features in-depth interviews with the most intriguing character actors, cult celebrities and maverick moviemakers of all time and critiques a wide array of film obscurities, including grindhouse action, sexploitation, horror, sci-fi, drive-in favorites, kitsch gems, overseas oddities,
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The latest issue features interviews with:
Actress Candy Clark (American Graffiti, The Man Who Fell To Earth, Citizens Band, Fat City).
Actress Veronica Cartwright (Alien, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Witches of Eastwick).
Actor David Proval (Mean Streets, The Sopranos, The Shawshank Redemption, Nunzio).
Actor/writer Robert Wuhl (Bull Durham, Batman, Good Morning Vietnam, Cobb, Arli$$).
Director Jack Hill (Spider Baby, Foxy Brown, Switchblade Sisters, Pit Stop, Coffy).

There are also dozens of informative and entertaining film, DVD and Blu-ray reviews, including William Elliott and Marki Bey in Henry Hathaway's Hangup [a.k.a. Super Dude]; Kenneth More in An Englishman's Castle; Brandon De Wilde in Wild in the Sky; Tony Curtis, Erik Estrada and Orson Welles in Where Is Parsifal?; Gilberto Trujillo in Ismael Rodriguez, Jr.'s Olor a Muerte [Smell of Death]; Madeleine Stowe in Tropical Snow; Dale Robertson, Anne Francis and William Marshall in Lydia Bailey; Isabel Sarli in Meat [Carne]; Mitch Gaylord in Sergio Martino's American Rickshaw; Lex Barker and Lisa Gastoni in Female Fiends [a.k.a. The Strange Awakening]; Kirill Sokolov's Why Don't You Just Die! [Papa, Sdokhni]; Chris Mitchum and Ernest Borgnine in Gummi Bears Can't Kiss You; John Schneider and Ned Beatty in Ministry of Vengeance; Daniel Benzali in Suckers; Tony Scott's The Author of Beltraffio; Michael Caine in Ivan Passer's Silver Bears...

Virginia Mailer in Herman Wuyts' Princess; Bill Gunn's Stop; Tom Pace in In The Fall Of '55 Eden Cried; Laura Harrington in Martha Coolidge's The City Girl; Gordon Pinsent and Alexandra Stewart in The Heatwave Lasted Four Days; Barry Bostwick and Regina Baff in Joseph Strick's Road Movie; Zoe Laskari in Stefania; Philippe Noiret in Claude Zidi's My New Partner [Les Ripoux]; Pamela Sue Martin, Steve Railsback and Ian McShane in Torchlight; Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer's Dead Dicks; Ricardo Cortez and Bela Lugosi in Postal Inspector; Craig Sheffer in Gregory Lamberson's Widow's Point; Bette Gordon's Variety; Not Another Celebrity Movie; Jean-Christophe Averty's The Breasts of Tiresias; Malcolm McDowell in The Caller; Hugo Santiago's The Others [Les Autres]; George Peppard in The Groundstar Conspiracy and P.J.; Richard Hatch and Susanne Benton in Best Friends; Václav Marhoul's Mazaný Filip; and much more...




REVIEWS FROM OUR PREVIOUS ISSUE, SHOCK CINEMA #58 

Reverend Estus W. Pirkle thrills his congregation
with chintzy Biblical tales in The Believer's Heaven.

Heather Menzies falls for a whiny draft dodger in
Allen Baron's Vietnam-era drama Outside In.

Christina Schollin and Hans Wahlgren in director
Olle Hellbom's vision of the 1950s Swedish-greaser subculture, Blackjackets [Raggare!].

Phyllis Diller and Bob Denver star
in the excruciatingly wacky
Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady?

Jean Carmet and Isabelle Huppert
in director Yves Boisset's
provocative The Common Man [Dupont Lajoie].

 

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