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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 39
December 2010
The latest issue features interviews with:
Actor Luke Askew (Easy Rider, The Green Berets, Rolling Thunder, Big Love).
Actor Nigel Davenport (A Man For All Seasons, Play Dirty, No Blade of Grass).
Actress Marlene Clark (Ganja & Hess, Slaughter, The Beast Must Die).
Director Michael Schultz (Car Wash, Cooley High, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band).
Producer/Production Manager Paul Lewis (Easy Rider, The Last Movie, Targets).
There are also dozens of informative film, DVD and book reviews, covering such titles as Zero Mostel, Joey Heatherton and Bobby Sherman in the Yellowstone TV-special Old Faithful; Rene Cardona Sr.'s bizarre superhero-romp The Incredible Professor Zovek; Celine Lomez in Denys Arcand's Gina; Lena Headey and Ian Hart in Peter Cattaneo's Loved Up; the Norwegian sci-fi mini-series Stowaway [Blindpassasjer]; Connie Stevens and Mark Damon in The Party Crashers; David Johansen in Mark Eisenstein's God Is On The Other Side; Andrzej Kondratiuk's Polish superhero-fantasy The Hydroriddle; Joe Don Baker and Tyne Daly in Speedtrap; Victor Dashuk's Long Knives Night and Reporting From A Rabbit Hutch; Ferd and Beverly Sebastian's On the Air Live With Captain Midnight; Jokes My Folks Never Told Me; Peter Lawford in the Eurotrash melodrama Walls of Sin; Black Sabbath and Blue Oyster Cult's concert film Black + Blue; a pair of J.G. Ballard adaptations, Home and Low-Flying Aircraft [Aparelho Voador a Baixa Altitude]; Sweden: Heaven and Hell; Jay Cynik's Punch; Bob Moricz's A Palace of Stains and Bumps; It Came From Kuchar...
Vittorio Gassman and Catherine Deneuve in Dino Risi's Lost Soul; Richard Roundtree, Roy Thinnes and Nigel Davenport in Charley-One-Eye; Michel Deville's paranoia-fueled sci-fi outing Dossier 51; The Canyons Of His Mind: Vivian Stanshall; Mary Jane Carpenter in Bert I. Gordon's How To Succeed With Sex; Peter Ustinov and John Astin in the comedy-misfireViva Max; Victor Argo in The Electric Chair; Elizabeth Campbell in Albert Zugsmith's The Chinese Room; Death By Popcorn: The Tragedy Of The Winnipeg Jets; Joel Schumacher's Amateur Night At The Dixie Bar And Grill; Nick Philips' sexploitation trio Oddo, Scyla and How I Got My Mink; David Petersen in Zale R. Dalen's Deadly Business [a.k.a. Skip Tracer]; Andre Perkowski's A Belly Full of Anger and Nova Express; Nicky Henson in Psychomania; JoAnna Cameron in B.S. I Love You; Andy Griffith and Sam Bottoms in the made-for-TV survival tale Savages; Shelby McIntyre's Strip Club King: The Story of Joe Redner; The Execution of Gary Glitter; Blanche Baker in Jersey Justice; Lynn Lowry in Radley Metzger's Score; George Peppard in "P.J."; Lucio Fulci's City of the Living Dead; and many more...


Issue 38
May/June/July 2010
Features interviews with:
Actor Jim Kelly (Enter the Dragon, Black Belt Jones, Three the Hard Way).
Actor Ed Lauter (The Longest Yard, Family Plot, Magic, Death Wish 3).
Actor Jack Betts (Django Meets Sartana, Spider-Man, Gods and Monsters).
Director Gordon Hessler (The Golden Voyage of Sinbad, Scream and Scream Again).
There are also dozens and dozens of informative film, DVD, and book reviews, covering such titles as Klaus Kinski's warped live-performance documentary Jesus Christ Saviour; Elizabeth Shepherd in the short-lived UK TV-series The Corridor People; Raoul Servais' animated/live-fantasy fantasy Taxandria; Robert Sampson, Pippa Scott and Billy Graham in For Pete's Sake!; Anna Friel in Juraj Jakubisko's Bathory; Yvette Mimieux in Brainwash; Carroll Baker and George Maharis in Sylvia; Ray Wise in the sci-fi pilor Condor: Secret Agent of the Year 2000; Alex Cord and Britt Ekland in Stiletto; Christine Spencer and Don Wood in James Felix McKenney's Satan Hates You; Zachary Oberzan's one-man Rambo-adaptation Flooding With Love For the Kid; Shelley Hack and George Hamilton in Hal Needham's Death Car on the Freeway; Lindsey Hillard in Godchildren [a.k.a. The Hawaiian Split]; Grant Williams and Shirley Knight in The Couch; Tomes and Talismans; Piotr Szulkin's Bewitching Eyes; Rafal Zielinski's Jailbait and Screwballs; Carol Lynley in Once You Kiss a Stranger...; Professor Lust; Sophie Marceau in Andrzej Zulawski's L'Amour Braque; Oren Shai's Condemned; Troma's War... Jeff Bridges and James Mason in Burgess Meredith's The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go; Mickey Rooney in Fernando Arrabal's The Emperor of Peru; Raimund Harmstorf in the German crime-drama Bloody Friday; Nathan Wrann's Burning Inside; Dimmick's Doubles' Filthy Harry; Christopher Mitchum and Olivia Hussey in H-Bomb; Tintin and the Mystery of the Golden Fleece; Kent Lane and Tisha Sterling in The Wild Pack [a.k.a. The Sandpit Generals]; Claudio Caligari's Toxic Love; Barry Newman in The Lawyer; David Durston's The Love Statue; Anita Sanders in Tinto Brass' Attraction [a.k.a. Black on White]; Tom Hardy in Nicolas Winding Refn's Bronson; Robert Wagner in Banning; Ross Hagen in Bad Charleston Charlie; Nick Oddo's Welcome To the Underground; Konstantin Lopushansky's Visitor Of A Museum; 50,000,000 Joe Fanklin Fans Can't Be Wrong; Greg Robbins' Bible-thumping, teen-tearjerker-fantasy C Me Dance; Enzo G. Castellari's Eagles Over London; Ann Gisel Glass in Hanna D: The Girl From Vondel Park; Cries of Ecstasy, Blows of Death; Dennis Hopper in Mad Dog Morgan; Yuri Ilyenko's A Prayer For Hetman Mazepa; Victor Juliet's Director's Cut; and many more...

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