SHOCK CINEMA Issue 59
Shock Cinema Magazine is an essential periodical for fans of cutting-edge, retro cinema. Each issue features in-depth interviews with the most intriguing character actors, cult celebrities and maverick moviemakers of all time and critiques a wide array of film obscurities, including grindhouse action, sexploitation, horror, sci-fi, drive-in favorites, kitsch gems, overseas oddities,
and arthouse dementia.
Interviews with Candy Clark, Veronica Cartwright, David Proval, Robert Wuhl, and director Jack Hill. Reviews include Kenneth More in An Englishman's Castle; Marki Bey in Henry Hathaway's Hangup [a.k.a. Super Dude]; Virginia Mailer in Herman Wuyts' Princess; Bill Gunn's Stop; Tom Pace in In The Fall Of '55 Eden Cried; Brandon De Wilde in Wild in the Sky; Tony Curtis and Erik Estrada in Where Is Parsifal?; Gilberto Trujillo in Olor a Muerte [Smell of Death]; Gordon Pinsent in The Heatwave Lasted Four Days; Madeleine Stowe in Tropical Snow; Dale Robertson, Anne Francis and William Marshall in Lydia Bailey; Laura Harrington in Martha Coolidge's The City Girl; Barry Bostwick and Regina Baff in Joseph Strick's Road Movie; Zoe Laskari in Stefania; Philippe Noiret in My New Partner [Les Ripoux]; Pamela Sue Martin, Steve Railsback and Ian McShane in Torchlight; Chris Bavota and Lee Paula Springer's Dead Dicks; Isabel Sarli in Meat [Carne]; Mitch Gaylord in Sergio Martino's American Rickshaw; Chris Mitchum in Gummi Bears Can't Kiss You; John Schneider in Ministry of Vengeance; Ricardo Cortez and Bela Lugosi in Postal Inspector; Craig Sheffer in Gregory Lamberson's Widow's Point; Not Another Celebrity Movie; Malcolm McDowell in The Caller; George Peppard in The Groundstar Conspiracy and P.J.; Richard Hatch in Best Friends; et cetera.