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Paracinema Magazine Issue #20 Now Available

2013_10_19 - Paracinema MagazineParacinema Magazine is a beautiful publication on genre films that is published four times a year. Marketed as “The film magazine for people who love genre movies,” its breadth is wide-ranging in its love of independent and foreign cinema. Since the autumn of 2007, it has amassed an impressive array of articles and interviews that cover cult cinema from many different genres; its associated website also features a blog with thought-provoking impressions on films of all decades. Paracinema differentiates itself from other publications by offering up eye-catching covers and articles from self-professed film fanatics who, like all of us, were affected by certain movies at a young and impressionable age. In an age when most publications are struggling to survive in print format, Paracinema exists nicely in a niche market of movie mags.

Issue #20 is the current issue and it features the following articles:

A SERBIAN FILM: Transgressive Horror in the Internet Age
by Thomas Duke

Sam The Great And Powerful
by Bryce Wilson

Juice Dogs & Erotic Trauma: An Exploration into Stephen Sayadian’s
NIGHTDREAMS and DR. CALIGARI
by Heather Drain

The Vehicle Possessed–Masculinity and Male Agency in WHEELS OF TERROR
by Seth Goodkind

The Making of the PENITENTIARY Films
by Paul Talbot

The Lion in Winter: The Later Years of the American Action Hero
by Jon Abrams

The Many Villainous Faces of David Patrick Kelly
by Chris Hallock

Eyes Wide Open: Finding the Key to Stanley Kubrick’s THE SHINING through
Rodney Ascher’s ROOM 237
by Todd Garbarini

Dying to Learn: Racial Politics and Violence as Pedagogy in Teacher-Features
of the Post-Reagan Era
by L.H. Marks

They Call Me Bruce: The History of Bruce Lee Exploitation Cinema
by Will Sloan

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