Hey, folks--CINEMA RETRO #34 is here, and whoa--is it ever jammed with '60s/'70s gems!!!
Included is Mark Mawston's interview with Stanley Kubrick's still photographer, Keith Hamshere, who offers some insightful tidbits on the legendary filmmaker.
Also included is Tim Greaves' retrospective on Amicus' eerie, founding anthology piece, "Dr. Terror's House of Horrors", starring Hammer favorites Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing and Michael Gough.
This issue also features Tim Lisanti's interview with the curvaceous and talented Jan Watson, who reminisces on good ol' Dean Martin's Matt Helm.
To add to the thrills, there's Robert Seller's focus on Richard Lester's tongue-in-cheek Musketeers saga; a continuation of Steven Ray Rubin's "Making of the Bridge at Ramagen"; Dawn Dabell's overview on women in war movies; plus loads more!!!
Treat yourself today to this wondrous spree of nostalgic fun...available now at your local Barnes & Noble!!!