Wednesday, September 25, 2013


Now available for ordering (and showing up soon in your local comic shop's box if you ordered from Diamond Previews oh-so-many months ago) is the latest issue of CINEMA RETRO. This issue promises to have much more monster goodness than the previous couple of issues -- perhaps because of the Halloween season?

Here is the lineup from the CINEMA RETRO website:

  • Don L. Stradley examines the dramatic life and career of Lolita star Sue Lyon
  • John Exshaw's unpublished interview with screen legend Peter Cushing
  • Adrian Smith interviews Hugh Hudson, director of Revolution and Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
  • Dean Brierly looks at classic Japanese crime movies
  • Stephen C. Jilks celebrates the British werewolf films.
  • David Savage examines Liz Taylor's little-seen, late career bizarro cult movie The Driver's Seat
  • Howard Hughes continues his history of Oakmont Productions with Submarine X-1 starring James Caan and reviews the long-forgotten electric rock Western Zachariah
  • Paul Thomson provides in-depth coverage of the Amicus Edgar Rice Burroughs film adaptations The Land That Time Forgot, At the Earth's Core and The People That Time Forgot 
  • Remembering  Ray Harryhausen: a personal tribute by Mark Mawston
  • Raymond Benson's top ten films of 1986
  • Lee Pfeiffer's Take Two column looks back on The Valachi Papers starring Charles Bronson
  • Burt Reynolds underrated dark comedy The End is re-evaluated by Tim Greaves
  • Gareth Owen's Pinewood Past column features Reach for the Sky starring Kenneth More
  • Plus the latest film book, soundtrack and DVD reviews
And here are a few page samples. To order or subscribe to CINEMA RETRO, just click on the cover image on the sidebar to the right of this blogroll.

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