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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 #108, Fall Horror Harvest Edition, writer Don Vaughan joins actor John Amplas for a look at his decades working with frightmeister and NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD auteur George Romero, from his starring role as modern-day vampire MARTIN to a strolling mime in KNIGHTRIDERS. Don checks in with paleontologist and dinosaur movie maven Julia McHugh to separate fact from fiction in screen behemoths from KING KONG to JURASSIC PARK. Dynamic dad/daughter duo, Terry & Tiffany DuFoe, track down the original "Ma and Pa Kettle of the Movie Business," drive-in royalty Ferd and Beverly Sebastian, who discuss their prolific alfresco output, from Claudia Jennings' iconic swamp romp GATOR BAIT to the Halloween rock shocker ROCKTOBER BLOOD. Roving film-fest correspondent Joseph Perry reports on Montreal's Fantasia 2018 and the 2018 Portland Horror Film Festival, while Dan Cziraky evaluates the latest MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 set to escape from Shout! Factory's vaults. Actor Bill (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK) Timoney launches his new inside-industry column Heard But Not Seen: Adventures in Voice Acting; Split Screen sparring partners Tim Ferrante and Scott Voisin debate the merits of rat-attack movies Willard (1971) and its 2003 remake; columnist Nancy Naglin goes Reeling Back to the late '60s, when Playing Dirty was the norm: Rob Freese and The Phantom celebrate some of their vintage fear-film faves joining the Blu-ray ranks; and our dedicated crew of columnists and crix weigh in on the latest westerns, noirs, rare soundtrack CDs, and new releases making their digital debuts, all VideoScope #108.