Issue 152: Cult Cinema Meltdown
60s Sci- Fi Horror Revisited, including an interview with Linda Hayden.
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Warwick Davis has proven, once and for all, that size does not matter – with the fine fellow going on to become one of Britain’s busiest actors. Calum Waddell goes in search of some Leprechaun gold
Our resident artist Rick Melton has been called rude, cold, self-centred and arrogant. But we don’t care what his wife thinks of him just as long as he keeps educating us to the delights of such unsung classics as Blood Surf
Calum Waddell meets exploitation legend Fred Williamson, who had three rules for his movie career: “The first is that youcannot kill me, the second is that I have to win all of my fights and the third is that I get the girl at the end.”
Cult King John Waters talks dog poop, Divine, stand-up comedy and capital punishment with Calum Waddell
Now free from the spectre of Michael Myers, director Rob Zombie talks to Calum Waddell about taking on The Lords of Salem
Uwe Boll plays a German George Bush in a gory new flick from the guys who brought us Eaters. Lorenzo Ricciardi interviews its directors, Marco Ristori and Luca Boni
Ian McCulloch might not be a fan of the genre but he’s starred in three much loved films from the golden era of Italian splatter.
Denis Meikle presents a potted history of British-based Planet Film Productions, who gave us some memorable 60s horror and sci-fi movies before fading into obscurity.
Madeleine Swann meets legendary horror actress Linda Hayden, who starred as Angel Blake in the Tigon cult classic, Blood On Satan’s Claw.
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It’s not easy being a writer who works from home, because it seems there’s always something better to do than sit at my computer banging out priceless prose like this. Watching movies, for example, or taking the dogs for a …