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Book Review: Screem Magazine – Issue 21

SCREEM #21 is now available!

Our cover by artist Daniel Horne celebrates the 50 year milestone of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho. We then take a look at two under appreciated cult films, Slthis and Horror High, which have recently been unearthed on DVD in new special editions.

Next, Tom Weaver interviews Mr. B.I.G. himself, Bert I. Gordon. They discuss 1957’s The Cyclops, which has just seen the light of day on disc from Warner Archives. Screem travels to the Great White North for the Canadian premiere of the restored Metropolis, and gives fans a sneak peek at some of the newly found missing footage from Fritz Lang’s classic Sci-Fi epic.

Other highlights in Screem #21 include: Playboy Playmates in horror films; the works of the Kuchar Bros.; Ingrid Pitt’s new biography book; and, an in-depth look into the rich film catalog of the Shaw Bros. Studio. All this and much more awaits you in the current issue of Screem magazine!


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  1. i was wondering if you published peoples short stories in your magazine?

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