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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 41
December 2011
Nancy Allen
Michael Beck
Burton Gilliam
Judy Pace
Larry Yust
PLUS: DVD and book reviews... and more!


Issue 40
June/July/August 2011
The latest issue features interviews with:
Actor Clint Walker (The Dirty Dozen, Cheyenne, The Night of the Grizzly, Killdozer).
Actress Louisa Moritz (One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Death Race 2000, The Last American Virgin).
Actor Aubrey Morris (A Clockwork Orange, The Wicker Man, Blood From the Mummy's Tomb).
Actor James McEachin (Play Misty For Me, Fuzz, The Black Klansman, Tenafly).
Actor Roger Ward (Mad Max, Stone, Turkey Shoot, The Man From Hong Kong).
There are also dozens of informative film, DVD and book reviews, covering such titles as Robert Reed as an obscene phone-caller in The Secret Night Caller; beatnik Oliver Reed in The Party's Over; Perry Benson in Alan Clarke's Stars of the Roller State Disco; Walon Green's pseudo-science plant-documentary The Secret Life of Plants; Young Americans; Jean Tourane's all-animal fantasy The Secret of Magic Island; Risto Jarva's Finnish science-fiction tale A Time of Roses; Elliott Gould and Robert Mitchum in the boxing-kangaroo fiasco Matilda; Don Stroud in Explosion; get baked with Aphrodisiac! The Sexual Secret of Marijuana; Faye Dunaway and Frank Langella in Rene Clement's The Deadly Trap; Richard Conte in The Sleeping City; Michael Parks in Love and the Midnight Auto Supply; Jans Rautenbach's South African psychodrama Jannie Totsiens; Osama Tezuka's Unico in the Island of Magic; Ken Gampu and Nigel Davenport in Death of a Snowman; Pedro Olea's The Ancines Woods [El Bosque Del Lobo]; David A. Prior's Sledgehammer; Alex Cox's Repo Chick; Why Lie? I Need a Drink... Michael Knight, Nancy Travis, Greg Germann, and Viggo Mortensen in High School Narc; Breaking NYC Style and Let's Break; Mare Winningham and Hal Holbrook in the David Chase-scripted Off the Minnesota Strip; James Russo in Candy Store; the Canadian hippie-sexploitation romp Loving and Laughing; Clive Owen and David Thewlis in Vroom; Leonard Jackson in Super Spook; Keir Dullea in Paperback Hero; Anthony Quinn in Flap; Zoltαn Fαbri's The Boys of Paul Street; Greg Hanson and Casey Regan's Thy Kill Be Done; Tim Burstall's End Play; Al Smead in Courtney Angell's Smead; Mimsy Farmer in The Perfume of the Lady in Black; Journey into the Beyond; Robert Benayoun's Paris N'Existe Pas; George Peppard in Newman's Law; Strip Tease Murder; Iwona Petry in Andrzej Zulawski's Szamanka; Awesome Lotus, Mistress of the Martial Arts; Phil Hall in Uncorked; Rustam Khamdamov's Ann Karamazoff; George Peppard in "P.J."; Driller: A Sexual Thriller; Rolfe Kanefsky's There's Nothing Out There; Antonello Giallo's Pleasures of the Damned; and many more...

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