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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 P.J. Soles (Halloween, Rock 'N' Roll High School, Carrie, Stripes, Private Benjamin).
Actor/director Richard Benjamin (Westworld, The Last of Sheila, Love at First Bite),
with actress Paula Prentiss (What's New, Pussycat?, The Stepford Wives).
Actress Lynda Day George (Mission: Impossible, Chisum, Day of the Animals, Pieces).
Actress Dey Young (Rock 'N' Roll High School, Strange Behavior, Pretty Woman).
Director Allan Arkush (Rock 'N' Roll High School, Hollywood Boulevard, Heartbeeps).

There are also dozens of informative and entertaining film, DVD and Blu-ray reviews, including Jean Carmet and Isabelle Huppert in Yves Boisset's The Common Man [Dupont Lajoie]; Phyllis Diller and Bob Denver in Did You Hear the One About the Traveling Saleslady?; Rev. Estus Pirkle in Ron Ormond's The Believer's Heaven; Christina Schollin in Olle Hellbom's Blackjackets [Raggare!]; Kenneth Welsh in And Then You Die; Lino Ventura and Bourvil in Robert Enrico's The Wise Guys [Les Grandes Gueules]; Christopher Jones, Anthony Hopkins and Pia Degermark in John le Carré's The Looking Glass War; Yves Simoneau's Why Was the Strange Mr. Zolock So Interested in Comic Books?; Peter Markle's Hot Dog... The Movie; Robert Stephens and Shirley Ann Field in Lunch Hour; Siegfried & Roy: Masters of the Impossible; David Janssen in Superdome; Stanley Baker in Joseph Losey's The Criminal; Mahmood in Bhoot Bungla; Blood Stalkers; Daniel Wronecki's La Malediction [Roc, Ou le Malediction]; Andrew Dice Clay and Shannon Tweed in No Contest...

Heather Menzies in Outside In [a.k.a. Red, White and Busted]; Philip Michael Thomas in Angel Dust: The Wack Attack; Don Murray, Jack Warden and Carolyn Jones in Paddy Chayefsky's The Bachelor Party; Mikko Niskanen's gritty, Finnish glimpse of World War II, Sissit [a.k.a. Commando Assault]; Bryan Brown in The Empty Beach; Mady Maguire in Norma; Greg Mullavey and Meredith MacRae in My Friends Need Killing; Christiane Kruger in Radley Metzger's Little Mother; Suzanna Love in Ulli Lommel's Olivia; Juliette Gréco in Belphegor, the Phantom of the Louvre; Roger Daltrey in Murder: The Ultimate Grounds For Divorce; Henri Pachard's Public Affairs; Clarence Yiu-leung Fok's Before Dawn [Di 8 Dian]; Robert Forster in Kevin S. Tenney's Peacemaker; Martin Drainville in Angélo, Frédo et Roméo; Denise Richards in Tammy and the T-Rex; Peter Del Monte's Invitation au Voyage; Vernon Sewell's Some May Live; Sergey Obraztsov's An Unusual Concert [Neobyknovenniy Kontsert]; Ferde Grofé, Jr.'s Fortress of the Dead; and much more...




REVIEWS FROM OUR PREVIOUS ISSUE, SHOCK CINEMA #57 

Daniel Emilfork and Serge Gainsbourg in the stylish spy-romp The Unknown Man of Shandigor.

John Daniels attempts to break into the shady Los
Angeles music business in Getting Over.

Basil Rathbone lectures naive Mary Murphy about
the Communist menace in Two Before Zero.

An Italian businessman takes
a strange and comical excursion
throughout 1960s Los Angeles
in Smog.

Director Veljko Bulajic's surreal historical fable The Man to Kill [Covjek Koga Treba Ubiti].

 

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