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Join the geeks of WENG'S CHOP for their BIGGEST ISSUE YET as they dig deep thru the outer reaches of oddball and obscure to bring you the wildest and weirdest in global cinema! This issue includes Articles: In Memoriam - Ray Harryhausen, The Witch Lives Again!, The Odd and Unique Cinema of Larry Cohen, Rizal Mantovani's Kuntilanak Trilogy, The Search for Weng Weng: ShootinJoin the geeks of WENG'S CHOP for their BIGGEST ISSUE YET as they dig deep thru the outer reaches of oddball and obscure to bring you the wildest and weirdest in global cinema! This issue includes Articles: In Memoriam - Ray Harryhausen, The Witch Lives Again!, The Odd and Unique Cinema of Larry Cohen, Rizal Mantovani's Kuntilanak Trilogy, The Search for Weng Weng: Shooting Diary, The Mick Travis Trilogy, The Devil Does Nollywood, The Stupendous Cinema of SyFy, Joe D'Amato: The Last Centurion of Eurotrash, The Legacy of Sonny Chiba, Top 10 Weirdest Improvised Weapons. Interviews: Tim Doyle, Ryan Nicholson, Lubega Vicent Columns: Geek Roundtable: HOUSE BY THE CEMETERY, Box Set Beatdown, Beatdown/Heads-up, Stephen Bissette's Spiderbaby Sinema, Steve's Video Store Volume 2: DON'T, Mexican Monsters on Parade Part Dos, Pimping Godfrey Ho, The Ferocious Aspect: Indian Fantastic Cinema Part 5, Cult Cinema Under The Gun. Reviews (Films), The Bookshelf (Book Reviews) The KrisWord Puzzle, Our Contributors & Final Thought. (Ray Harryhausen Commemorative Cover)...

Title : Weng's Chop #4
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ISBN : 9781492790808
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 218 Pages
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Weng's Chop #4 Reviews

  • Gustav
    2019-03-10 11:00

    You want an old-fashioned zine with more movies that you have never heard of but that is awesomely erudite, full of cool graphics, movie covers, and gives you insight into Asian and Indian horror flicks, as well as the usual Italian, euro-cult and horror? Then get this self-described "cinema MegaZine". And that is not a misnomer: In scope and in-depth, consider Michael Weldon's Psychotronic, with the nice book binding and double column format of Mike Stax's Ugly Things. Funny writing and tons of reviews of cool movies, dvds, books, and other zines, this zine of 210 pages takes about a full week to read from cover to cover! At the price it is offered, you cannot go wrong if you are into obscure movies and like the films covered in Video Watchdog. Editor Timothy Paxton has been involved in the early zine scene from the eighties and nineties, and is planning on reprinting his earlier Monsters International zine as a compendium. I do hope so - he's got good taste given the examples, some of which are reprinted as a bonus at the end and which hold up remarkably well (I am thinking of the post-Exorcist movie overview written way early and still featuring lots of great titles and reviews). Just ordered the 4.5 Halloween issue, and am eagerly waiting its arrival. Arbiters of trash cinema par excellence! If you love zines, horror and trash, you owe it to yourself to get this.