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CINEMASCOPE
Magazine Of Fantastic Movies Of The Cinematic Media
Fanzine from United Kingdom
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1990
- Editor: Zahid Ali.
- 44 black and white A4 pages.

Last updated:
9 February 2019

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CONTENTS: 1990 1992 GALLERIES: 1990 1992 All

December 1992
Alien 3: The ending of a saga which brought Ripley and it's star, Siguorney Weaver to international stardom.
Bram Stoker's Dracula: The definitive Dracula? Francis Ford Coppola's version starring Gary Oldman, Winona Ryder, Anthony Hopkins and Sadie Frost.
Rondo Hatton: The only horror film star to play monsters without make-up.
Assault on Precinct 13: John Carpenter's cult action thriller about a closed down Precinct and an army of gang members.
Mad Max 2: A retrospective on George Miller's post apocalyptic action film.
The Exorcist: Renowned horror film by Oscar winning director, William Friedkin, based on the best seller by William Peter Blatty.
Invisible movies: A look at the countless transparent films which have been made on this theme.
Walter Hill : Filmography on the writer-director who brought The Driver to his 'Exhibition' scene and The Warriors to their 'turf' and Eddie Murphy to superstardom.


Issue 1
January 1990
40 pages, A5 size

- Editorial
- Movie news
- Back to the Future 2 / Michael J. Fox
- Black Rain / Michael Douglas
- Ridley Scott, profile
- Gross Anatomy
- The Warriors (1979)
- Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers / Donald Pleasence
- Shocker
- The Abyss
- Melancholia / Andi Engel
- Phantom of the Opera
- Video releases
- Things to come


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