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  • Shock Cinema is now just one issue away from it’s 50th issue, and seems to get better and better with age. This issue offers up interviews with Michael York (Logan’s Run, Three & Four Musteteers, Island of Dr. Morau), Linda Purl (Little Ladies of the Night, A Last Cry For Help), Kristine DeBell (Meatballs, The Big Brawl, Alice in Wonderland: An X Rated Musical), Terry Carter (Abby, Foxy Brown), and Steve Eastin (Con Air, Night Warning). Plus, the usual cult movie reviews, DVD release info, and more!

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  • Shock Cinema reaches its 50th issue, which is quite the achievement considering it only publishes twice a year. This issue features interviews with Saul Rubinek (Unforgiven, True romance, Wall Street), Pepe Serna (Scarface, Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, Car Wash), Stuart Margolin (Kelly’s Heroes, Rockford Files, Death Wish), Paul Calderon (Pulp Fiction, King f New York, Cop Land), and Richard Riehle (Office Space, Casino, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas). Plus, it’s packed with film, DVD and book reviews that you’ve all come t expect. And best of all? It’s still only $5

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  • While other magazines disappear, turn into shells of their former self, and/or just plain ol’ suck, Shock Cinema survives by doing what it’s always done. Namely, offering up first rate interviews, like it does this time around with Dabney Coleman, Chris Sarandon, Tracey Walter, Mills Watson, and David Hewitt; as well as offering up loads of well written reviews for films that haven’t been reviewed to death every time a DVD company re-issues something you’ve seen a hundred times and sends out screeners knowing you’ll get some lame ass review you’ve already read a dozen times. Fuckin’ A… I’m really sick and tired of seeing the same shit reviews time after time in other magazines! Fortunately, I always find stuff to read and reviews of films I haven't seen in Shock Cinema, and you will too. And the best part? It all comes at your for a measly $5.

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  • For over 25 years now, SC has been filling the void that other magazines don’t bother with - indy films, made for TV movies, and interviews with tons of “wasteland” type people… the latest issue includes interviews with actor Jon Gries (Joysticks, Get Shorty, Napoleon Dynamite), comic-actor Warren Berlinger (Cannonball Run, The Long Goodbye), Larry Scott (Revenge of the Nerds, Space Camp, Fear of a Black Hat), Art LaFleur (Field of Dreams, Trancers, Air America), and character actor William Morgan Sheppard (Max Headroom, Wild at Heart, Gettysburg). Plus loads of Movie, Blu-ray, and DVD reviews, books, zines, and more!

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  • The magazine specializing in cult movies, arthouse oddities, and drive-in flicks is back with another issue packed with oddball film, made for TV movie, and DVD reviews; along with interviews with James B. Sikking (Hill Street Blues, Outland), Jane Alexander (All the President’s Men, Testament, Brubaker), Stacey Nelkin (Get Crazy, Halloween 3), Chris Ellis (My Cousin Vinny, October Sky), and Randall Carver (Taxi, Time to Run, Detour to Terror). And best of all, it’s still only $5

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  • Interviews with Ruggero Deodato, Hideshi Hino, Don Edmonds, Mariano Baino, Mike Mendez, and Gorman Bechard. Plus, and update on Something Weird Video, a look at Nunsploitation films, independent films, and obscure Brazilian underground stuff. Plenty of DVD, book, video reviews, and more await you in UV #6!

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  • Interviews with Demons star Geretta Geretta, I Drink You Blood star Lynn Lowry, the Wizard Of Gore himself Ray Sager, and others! Plus, a retrospective on masked supercriminals, Toe Tag Pictures latest; Sella Turcica, a shit load of movie reviews, and so much more. You’ll find it all in the 112 pages that fill out UV #11.

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