Cinema Retro #21

The new issue of Cinema Retro arrived in my mail box this week, which prompted me to write a little something about the magazine for The Movie Morlocks. From my post: “The latest issue of Cinema Retro (Vol. 7: Issue #21) features an in-depth look at A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1970) from author Raymond Benson, which includes interviews with the film’s star, Malcolm McDowell and Stanley … Continue reading Cinema Retro #21

Cinema Retro Gets Hammer Glamorous!

If you didn’t get enough Hammer Glamour during my month long tribute to the female stars of Hammer films drop what you’re doing and pay a visit to Cinema Retro right now! The latest issue of Cinema Retro magazine contains a lengthy look at Hammer’s erotic vampire film Lust for a Vampire (Jimmy Sangster; 1971) featuring the lovely Yutte Stensgaard and it’s loaded with gorgeous … Continue reading Cinema Retro Gets Hammer Glamorous!

Lee Marvin Goes Retro

The latest issue of Cinema Retro arrived in my mailbox yesterday and it boasts a colorful picture of Lee Marvin during the making of Prime Cut (1972) that literally jumps right off the cover. As a long time Lee Marvin devotee I was thrilled to discover that the magazine had unearthed a lengthy interview with Marvin that had never been published before. The interview was … Continue reading Lee Marvin Goes Retro

Cinema Retro #14

In a unexpected coincidence the newest issue of Cinema Retro has just been published and it features a terrific in-depth article on Jack Cardiff’s 1968 film Girl On a Motorcycle by Dean Brierly. It’s definitely one of the most detailed pieces about Cardiff’s film that I’ve come across and it contains many beautiful images from the movie as well. After Cardiff passed away recently I … Continue reading Cinema Retro #14

Cinema Retro #12

A few weeks ago the newest issue of Cinema Retro arrived in my mailbox and I finally had the opportunity to read it last night. The magazine features a lengthy in-depth look at the 1971 film Vanishing Point as well as an interview with the movie’s director Richard C. Sarafian. Car films from the ’70s like Two-Lane Blacktop and Vanishing Point seem to be getting … Continue reading Cinema Retro #12

Cinema Retro #10

A new issue of the British film magazine Cinema Retro arrived in my mailbox yesterday and it might be my favorite issue yet. I’ve been feeling under the weather lately, but flipping through a new issue of Cinema Retro overstuffed with fantastic color photos from ’60s and ’70s era films can cheer me right up. I’m tempted to refer to issue #10 as the “Blond … Continue reading Cinema Retro #10

Cinema Retro Vol. 3: Issue #9

A dreamy looking Clint Eastwood circa 1965 The new issue of Cinema Retro arrived in my mailbox recently and as always, it’s a must-read magazine if you enjoy ’60s and ’70s era cinema as much as I do! The current issue (Vol. 3: Issue #9) features a terrific and informative cover story about Clint Eastwood and his role in Don Siegel’s film Dirty Harry, which … Continue reading Cinema Retro Vol. 3: Issue #9

The New Cinema Retro

The latest issue of Cinema Retro recently arrived in my mailbox and I think it’s one of their best issues yet. It contains lots of great articles that will appeal to anyone who enjoys sixties and seventies era films as much as I do. I’ve mentioned before how much I love this magazine but if I haven’t convinced you to become a subscriber yet, you … Continue reading The New Cinema Retro

Cinema Retro & Caroline Munro

If you’re not subscribed to Cinema Retro magazine yet, you should be! This great publication from Britain just released their 5th issue and the cover features a nice shot of the legendary Vincent Price from the terrific 1968 British horror film The Witchfinder General (a.k.a Conqueror Worm). Inside you’ll find an 8 page article on The Witchfinder General as well as exclusive interviews with Tigon’s … Continue reading Cinema Retro & Caroline Munro