SHOCK CINEMA Issue 28
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 actor Clint Howard, director Shinya Tsukamoto, stuntman-actor Bob Minor, director-producer Sig Shore, producer Richard Rubinstein and film composer Donald Rubinstein. Reviews include Judy Geeson and Martin Potter in Goodbye Gemini; Mustang: The House That Joe Built; Ida Lupino and Jessica Walter in Women in Chains; Victor Mature in Every Little Crook and Nanny; Stanley Baker in Innocent Bystanders; Jindrich Polak's sci-fi comedy Tomorrow I'll Scald Myself With Tea; Shirley Knight in House of Women; Frank Perry's nuclear warning Ladybug Ladybug; Sandra Currie and Marki Bey in Class of '74; the Vietnam-vet psychodrama Night Flowers; Vaclav Vorlicek's secret agent spoof The End of Agent W4C; Lill, My Darling Witch; Hermoine Gingold in Winter of the Witch; Carol Lynley in Blue Denim; Rolv Wesenlund in The Man Who Couldn't Laugh; Larry Kent's Canadian counterculture feature High; Hideaki Anno's live-action Cutie Honey; Tomasaburo Bando in Masahiro Shindo's Demon Pond; Patrick McGoohan in All Night Long; Liz Fraser in The Painted Smile; Gareth Hunt in The Man From S.E.X.; Scooter McCrae's Sixteen Tongues; The Nine Lives of Tomas Katz; Bless the Beasts and Children; et cetera.