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ECCO
The World Of Bizarre Video
Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication


- First issue: 1988
- Covers the world of low-budget filmmaking
- Ecco is "interested in the lesser-known filmmakers and technicians whose careers have been long neglected by the cult cognoscenti".
- Editor: Charles Kilgore
- Published biannually by KILL-GORE PRODUCTIONS. 60 black and white A4 pages.

Last updated:
17 February 2018

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Scott Matheson

COVERS FOUND & MISSING
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Listing is not complete, so it is not known what is missing.
There are 22 issues listed in the database

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Covers found: 22
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CONTENTS: 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 GALLERIES: 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1995 1996 1997 All

Issue 22
1997


Issue 21
1996
Werner Rose: Interview with a cameraman of low-budget films.
Alternative Eye: Films by Jim VanBebber, Nick Zedd, Jack Perez, Charles Pinion.
C. Davis Smith: "I was Doris Wishman's cameraman".
Charles Lamont: An interview
Video reviews: The Love-Thrill Murders, The Black Cat, Mommy, Lonesome cowboys.


Issue 20
1995


Issue 19
1993
Bill Rogers
A Taste of Blood
H.G. Lewis
Roman Polanski
Mondo films


Issue 18
1993
Barbet Schroeder
Doug Hobart
Amin-The Rise and Fall
Doug Hobart


Issue 17
1992
I Accuse!
Abel Gance
Swamp trash films
David Friedman


Issue 16
1991
I Accuse!
Abel Gance
Swamp trash films
David Friedman


Issue 15
1991
I Accuse!
Abel Gance
Swamp trash films
David Friedman


Issue 14
1990


Issue 13
1990


Issue 12
1989


Issue 11
1989


Issue 10
July/August 1989


Issue 9
May/June 1989


Issue 8
March 1989


Issue 7
January/February 1989


Issue 6
November/December 1988


Issue 5
September/October 1988


Issue 4
July/August 1988


Issue 3
1988


Issue 2
March/April 1988


Issue 1
January/February 1988

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