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The latest issue features interviews with:
Actress Adrienne Barbeau (Creepshow, Escape From New York, Swamp Thing, Maude).
Actor Cliff DeYoung (The Hunger, Blue Collar, F/X, Shock Treatment, Secret Admirer).
Actress Wendy Schaal (The 'Burbs, Innerspace, American Dad!, Where the Boys Are '84).
Actor Richard Cox (Cruising, King of the Mountain, Seizure, Between the Lines).
Writer-Director Nicholas Meyer (Star Trek II; The Wrath of Khan, The Day After).
There are also dozens of informative and entertaining film, DVD and Blu-ray reviews, including Clu Gulager in Gangsterfilmen; Kim Milford in Song Of The Succubus and Rock-A-Die Baby; Richard Harrison and Judi West in Fantabulous Inc.; George Hamilton, Olga Schoberová and Peter Lawford in Togetherness; Deirdre Lenihan and Jennifer O'Neill in Alexander Singer's Glass Houses; Christopher McDonald in Bums; Yves Montand and Katharine Ross in Chance And Violence [Le Hasard el la Violence]; Aleksandr Ptushko's Ilya Muromets [The Sword and the Dragon]; George Segal in Ivan Passer's Born To Win; George Mihalka's Pinball Summer [a.k.a. Pick-Up Summer]; Jeremiah Kipp's Slapface; Adam Faith in What a Whopper; John Agar in The Brain From Planet Arous; Carla Gravina in Alberto De Martino's The Antichrist; Joey Travolta in Sunnyside; Frederic Polizine's Oeil Pour Oeil; Dusan Makavejev's The Coca Cola Kid; Dialing... For Dingbats!; Cassandra Delaney in Fair Game...
Christipher Joy, Jayne Kennedy and Tobar Mayo in Big Time; Wim Verstappen's VD; Lino Ventura in Claude Pinoteau's Escape To Nowhere [Le Silencieux]; Laura Hunt in Teresa Sparks' Over the Summer; Ulli Lommel's Strangers in Paradise; Rod Browning in Herowork [a.k.a. The Life and Times of the Chocolate Killer]; Václav Vorliček's You are a Widow, Sir! [Pane, Vy Jste Vdova!]; Nathalie Baye and John Shea in Honeymoon [Lune di Miel]; Terence Hill and Marvelous Marvin Hagler in Virtual Weapon [Cyberflic]; David Rains in Tim Thomson's No Resistance; The Rolling Stones in Peter Clifton's Popcorn; Grant Page and Sorcery in Stunt Rock; Paul Jones in Peter Watkins' Privilege; Jean-Jacques Rousseau's The Star of Evil [L'Etoile Du Mal]; Valerie Hobson in No Exit [a.k.a. No Escape]; Robert Hoffmann, Janet Leigh and Klaus Kinski in Grand Slam; Three Fables About Villa Ocampo [Tres Fabulas de Villa Ocampo]; Robert Deubel's Girls Nite Out; and much more...
REVIEWS FROM OUR PREVIOUS ISSUE, SHOCK CINEMA #61
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