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The latest issue features interviews with:
Actress Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark, Starman, Animal House, The Glass Menagerie).
Actor David Selby (Dark Shadows, The Super Cops, Falcon Crest, Up the Sandbox).
Actor Ike Eisenmann (Escape to Witch Mountain, Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell).
Actress Lisa Langlois (Class of 1984, Happy Birthday To Me, Deadly Eyes, Phobia).
Writer-Director Jerrold Freedman (Kansas City Bomber, A Cold Night's Death, Night Gallery).
There are also dozens of informative and entertaining film, DVD and Blu-ray reviews, including Zbigniew Cybulski in Jacques Baratier's La Poupée [The Doll]; Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg in Katmandu [Les Chemins de Katmandou]; Daniel Clifford in Michael F. Elliot's Watch Out For the Bummer; John Kozak's Hell Bent; Gabriella Boccardo in Vittorio De Sisti's Strip, Protest, Kill! [Spogliati, Protesta, Uccidi!]; Wendell Burton and Lana Wood in Goodnight, Jackie; Bruno Pradal in Claude Mulot's The Contract [La Saignée]; Rick Nelson and Jack Kelly in Love and Kisses; Richard Dix and Fay Wray in It Happened in Hollywood; James Felix McKenney's Wrack; Sal Watts in Solomon King; Tony Fletcher and Pita Oliver in The Intruder; Eric Pennycoff's The Leech; John Denver in Higher Ground; John David Carson and Dennis Fimple in Creature From Black Lake; John Pozer's The Grocer's Wife; Robby Benson in Walk Proud; Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp in Death Game; Kitty Winn in Noel Black's Mirrors...
Anna Grete in Without a Stitch; Steve Tracy, Eddie Deezen and Christopher Lee in Desperate Moves [a.k.a. Steigler and Steigler]; Sue Lyon, Jennifer Ashley and Joe Mantagna in Towing; Poul Reichhardt in Erik Balling's Death Comes at High Noon [Døden Kommer Til Middag]; Hugo Stiglitz and Stuart Whitman in Hostages! [Traficantes de Pánico]; William Smith in Camper John [a.k.a. Gentle Savage]; Gordon Jackson, Zena Walker and Dennis Waterman in Snowball; Chris Mulkey and John Jenkins in Loose Ends; Maurizio Merli in Convoy Busters; Peter N. Alexander's The Profit; Corinne Cléry and Helmut Burger in Tunnel [Eroina]; Joel D. Wynkoop's Lost Faith; Adam Rifkin's The Invisible Maniac; Pierre Kast's L'Herbe Rouge; Sue Lyon and Chris Mitchum in Murder in a Blue World; Alan Arkin in The Magician of Lublin; Wings Hauser and Bo Hopkins in Nico Mastorakis' Nightmare at Noon; Tim Kincaid's Mutant Hunt; The Little Flying Fish Gets Sick; Toei ninja movies, and much more...
REVIEWS FROM OUR PREVIOUS ISSUE, SHOCK CINEMA #62
American gangster Clu Gulager moves
to Sweden and creates chaos in director
Lars G. Thelestam's Gangsterfilmen.
Richard Harrison, Adolfo Celi and Judi
West in Sergio Spina's ultra-groovy
superhero spoof Fantabulous Inc.
Rod Browning and Robert Chapel star
in the good-'ol-boy hicksploitation
action-comedy obscurity Herowork.
Kees Brusse stars in director Wim Verstappen's scathing Dutch satire of
the wealthy and reprehensible, VD.
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