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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 #107, Summer Back to the Drive-in Edition, dynamic dad/daughter duo, Terry & Tiffany DuFoe, enjoy an intimate chinwag with exotic screen beauty Martine Beswick, who discusses her days as a Bond Girl (THUNDERBALL, FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE), Hammer Queen (DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE) and everything beyond and in between. Scott Voisin catches up with once and future nerd Eddie Deezen, who recounts his adventures working with everyone from Steven Spielberg (1941) to Fred Olen Ray (BEVERLY HILLS VAMP). Journalist Chris Hallock talks with one of filmdom's busiest and most eclectic composers, Jeff Grace, whose scores have driven films spanning all genres, from horror (STAKE LAND, HELLBENDERS) to westerns (IN A VALLEY OF VIOLENCE) to thrillers (A COLD DAY IN JULY) and neo-noirs (TV's HAP AND LEONARD). Don Vaughan tracks down real-life shark expert George Burgess for his assessment of Hollywood's killer fish contingent, from JAWS to newcomers like THE SHALLOWS and SHARKNADO. Elsewhere in #107, Nancy Naglin scopes out BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY and other new WW II films, Dan Cziraky critiques the new MST3K crew, and our roving cinema correspondent Joseph Perry covers The Midwest Weirdfest and The Overlook Film Festival. The Phantom celebrates the latest vintage noirs to join the digital ranks, Rob Freese gallops back to the 1960s pasta prairie to corral the Best of the Spaghetti West, Tim Ferrante shares the latest rare soundtrack CD news, and our dedicated crew of columnists and critics report in from their respective corners of the movie map, all in VideoScope #107.