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SHOCK CINEMA
Your Guide To Cult Movies, Arthouse Oddities, Drive-In Swill, And Underground Obscurities!
Biannual Fanzine from United States


- First issue: 1992
- Everything except "standard Hollywood slop".
- From the editorial to the last page Shock is a magazine with great personality. An informative source for weird movies.
- Before Shock Cinema Steve Puchalski was the creator of Slimetime. The reviews from that zine can be found in a wonderful book with the same title.
- Publisher/Editor: Steve Puchalski
- One issue per year, 40 black and white A4 pages.
- Website: www.shockcinemamagazine.com

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Issue 33
Summer 2007
Interviews with actors Michael Ironside, Austin Pendleton and Belinda Balaski, plus director-producer Arthur Marks. Reviews include Leonard Nimoy in Jean Genet's Deathwatch; Agnes Varda's Les Creatures; Darren McGavin in The Challenge; An Ambiguous Report About the End of the World; Jane Asher and Leigh Taylor-Young in The Buttercup Chain; the caveman double-bill RRRrrrr!!! and Grunt!; Simone Griffeth in the hicksploitation Sixteen; David Janssen and Robert Drivas in Where It's At; John Cassavetes and Peter Falk in Machine Gun McCain; Little Red Riding Hood And The Monsters; Neville Brand and Vince Edwards in Death Stalk; Philomena Nowlin in Miss Melody Jones; Cem Yilmaz in G.O.R.A.; Judd Hirsch in The Night That Dracula Saved The World; Shusuke Kaneko's Death Note and Death Note 2: The Last Name; Able Edwards; Talia Shire in Windows; the Swiss 007-spoof Bonditis; Betsy Russell in Out of Control; Gregg Henry in George Armitage's Hot Rod; Mystery & Imagination: 'Uncle Silas'; Orson Welles in Malpertuis; Gloria Guida in How to Seduce Your Teacher; Bernie Casey in Maurie; The Removalists; Christopher George in Mickey Spillane's The Delta Factor; Charles Biname's Eldorado; Laurene Landon in Hundra; et cetera.


Issue 32
Spring 2007
Interviews with: Actor Ronny Cox (Deliverance, Robocop, Total Recall, Bound for Glory, Beverly Hills Cop), actor Tim Thomerson (Uncommon Valor, Near Dark, Trancers, Zone Troopers, Car Wash), actor Enrico Colantoni (Galaxy Quest, Veronica Mars, Just Shoot Me!), director Steve Carver (Big Bad Mama, The Arena, Drum, Capone), editor Bud Smith (The Exorcist, Sorcerer, Cruising, Cat People).
Video and DVD reviews: The Bee Gees' star-studded musical-fantasy Cucumber Castle, Rainer Werner Fassbinder's science-fiction mystery World of Wires, Candice Bergen and Peter Boyle in T.R. Baskin, Jaye P. Morgan's '80s Las Vegas talk show Talk of the Town, with guests Linda Blair, Larry Storch and Samantha Fox. Also featuring Rogerio Sganzerla's The Red Light Bandit, Peter Fleischmann's epic sci-fi/adventure Hard to Be a God, the mindroastingly purile drive-in duo If You Don't Stop It... You'll Go Blind! and Can I Do It...'Til I Need Glasses?, the seedy Barry Levinson-scripted sex-pic Street Girls, Dirk Bogarde and Sylva Koscina in the '60s spy-farce Hot Enough for June, the Norwegian, live-action children's fantasy Body Troopers, Fred Ward in Alain Robbe-Grillet's The Blue Villa, the Gray Barker-UFO documentary Whispers in Space, Ian McShane and Francesca Annis in the mod romp The Pleasure Girls, the controversial Turkish action-flick Valley of the Wolves: Iraq, Mie and Kei in The Pink Lady Motion Picture, the Japanese time-travel comedy Summer Time Machine Blues, Nigel Kneale's made-for-TV sci-fi Studio 64: 'The Crunch', Michela Martini in Carmelo Bene's Othello, Adriano Celentano in Loggerheads, and Rebecca Brooke in Joe Sarno's Laura's Toys. Plus The Max Headroom Christmas Special, Keenan Wynn and Judith Brown in Arthur Marks' Part-Time Wife, Out of the Unknown: 'Level Seven', Gilles Carle's French-Canadian The Rape of a Sweet Young Girl, The Life and Legend of Buffalo Jones, Stella Stevens and Claude Akins in Kiss Me... Kill Me, Susan Penhaligon in Miracles Still Happen, Peter Graves in Where Have All the People Gone?, Telly Savalas and Robert Culp in Inside Out, Camp Blood: The Musical, Jeremiah Kipp's The Pod, Brandon Maggart in Christmas Evil, Linda Linda Linda, Jon McBride's Cannibal Campout and Woodchipper Massacre, Rita Pavone in The Crazy Kids of War, Jason Miller in El Perro, a.k.a. The Dog, Efrem Zimbalist Jr. in Who is the Black Dahlia?, Chuck Connors and Glenn Ford in Day of the Assassins, Anthony Steffen in The Killers Are Our Guests, Charles Nizet's Help Me... I'm Possessed!, Alvin Ecarma's Lethal Force, Tinto Brass' Private, a.k.a. Fallo!, The Mad Magazine TV Special, Norman England's The iDol, Bruno Lawrence in Bridge to Nowhere, Jack Lord's M Station: Hawaii, Lovecracked! The Movie, The Hellstrom Chronicle, David Hartman in You'll Never See Me Again, Troma's Zombiegeddon, Catherine Erhardt in Al Adamson's Cinderella 2000, The Kinky Coaches and the Pom Pom Pussycats, and many more...

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