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In VideoScope #115, Fall Horror Harvest Edition, our dynamic dad/daughter duo, Terry & Tiffany DuFoe, enjoy a candid, career-spanning conversation with drive-in icon/author/filmmaker Jesse Lee Vint, star of such alfresco faves as BOBBIE JO AND THE OUTLAW and MACON COUNTY LINE. Actress/writer Debbie Rochon catches up with literary and cinematic survivalist Max (WORLD WAR Z) Brooks to discuss his latest apocalyptic projects. Rob Freese sits with super-busy Something Weird Video Boss Lady Lisa Petrucci, who outlines the past, present and and future of that seminal exploitation/horror home-video purveyor. Scott Voisin checks in with comic-turned-Character King Larry Hankin, whose many cedits range from ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ to BREAKING BAD, while Paul Risker chats with VHS-oriented auteur Jack Henry (Son of Tim) Robbins. Far-flung cine-correspondent Joseph Perry reports on the Arrow Video Fright Fest Glasgow. In the vintage fright-film field, David-Elijah Nahmod critiques a brace of UNIVERSAL HORROR COLLECTIONs out via Shout! Factory, while Tim Ferrante praises the promotional minds behind the 1974 TV terror pic KILLDOZER, Rob Freese takes a deep dive into Severin Films’ massive AL ADAMSON: THE MASTERPIECE COLLECTION, and voice actor Bill Timoney recalls supplying vocal aid to the survivors of the doomsday action indie ATOMIC APOCALYPSE. Reeling Back columnist Nancy Naglin takes a rearview look at Mr. White’s Washington, while the Phantom prowls seedy celluloid precincts in Noir Gang. We likewise look at a slew of new and vintage fear films making their Blu-ray and DVD debuts, while our hardworking team of columnists and crix weigh in with their latest observations spanning the entire genre spectrum. All this and the usual much, much more in VideoScope #115, available now.

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