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VIDEOSCOPE, The Ultimate Genre DVD/Blu-ray Guide, is the only entertainment magazine devoted entirely to discovering new genre and indie releases. Each issue includes over 80 new DVD and Blu-ray reviews covering the entire genre spectrum: Horror, Sci-Fi, Action, Asian, Cult, Camp, Classic, Animation, Thrillers, Indies, Film Noirs, Art-House, Verite, Vintage, Tele-Video, Exploitation and more. Look to VIDEOSCOPE for candid exclusive interviews with genre celebs from "A" (Dario Argento) to "Z" (Rob Zombie), along with Linda Blair, Jackie Chan, Willem Dafoe, Guillermo del Toro, Lance Henriksen, Walter Hill, Julie Newmar, Eli Roth, John Waters and literally scores more. You'll discover behind-the-scenes features, Filmmakers in Focus, info on DVD/Blu-ray debuts, the scoop on hard-to-find titles, plus insider news and opinion.
In VideoScope #109, Winter Noir & Horror Edition, Don Vaughan joins film editor and Grindhouse Releasing honcho Bob Murawski for the inside scoop re restoring Orson Welles' fabled "lost" movie THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WIND, then checks in with storyboard artist Mark Bristol about his work on everything from FEAR OF THE WALKING DEAD to MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT. Our dynamic dad/daughter duo, Terry & Tiffany DuFoe, speak at length with iconic Bond Girl (THE SPY WHO LOVED ME) and Hammer Horror Queen (CAPTAIN KRONOS, VAMPIRE HUNTER) Caroline Munro, while Scott Voisin catches up with busy character king, director and writer Bill (PREDATOR) Duke, whose book, BILL DUKE: MY 40-YEAR CAREER ON SCREEN AND BEHIND THE CAMERA, arrived in November. Our roving film-fest correspondent Joseph Perry reports from no fewer than four fests--in Brooklyn, Seattle, London and Austin, Texas--to critique genre pics coming soon to theaters, disc, and streaming sites near you. Nancy Naglin goes Reeling Back to the Wild West for a look at Hollywood's best and worst equestrians; voice actor Bill Timoney recalls his loud encounters of the third kind with acting legend Al Pacino; The Phantom unearths a plethora of film noir's hidden treasures; dueling critics Tim Ferrante and Scott Voisin debate the merits of M. Night (GLASS) Shyamalan's eerie ouevre; John Seal descends deep into the basement to discover the rare Dorothy Dandridge slave ship thriller TAMANGO; Rob Freese celebrates an eclectic array of fright-film greats; and our dedicated crew of columnists and crix weigh in on the latest releases making their digital debuts. All this and the usual much, much more in VideoScope #109, available now. Subscribe: https.//videoscopemag.com/