Monday 10 August 2020

Sleaze Fiend Magazine - Issue #4 available now!

Issue #4 of Sleaze Fiend Magazine is now available to purchase - and it's a full colour issue!

Here's what you can find inside:

Full Color Super Special -190 Pages of Sleaze! 42nd Street Pete (Grindhouse Purgatory Magazine) even did an article!

Featured Articles:

The Most Notorious Block in the World
Dale's Deuce Double Feature
Fleshpot on 42nd Street Uncut
Peepshows - A - Poppin'
Daycare For Perverts
Wes Craven is Abe Snake
Queen of Nazisploitation
Porn Star: Interview with Felicia Fisher
Two Sleazy Years: 1987-1988
Shot on Spahn Ranch
Once Upon A Time in...Hollywood Review
Stuntman: Interview with Gary Kent
Remembering the Fallen
Black Rainbows and Burning Tygers
Dear Diary with Felicia Fisher
The Golden Age: Samantha Fox
Retro Sleaze: Playboy Sex in Cinema

Each issue also includes an authentic Show World Center Token.

I wrote the article "Two Sleazy Years: 1987-1988", as well as the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood review, and I also wrote a short story titled "Daycare For Perverts" especially for this bumper edition of SFM.

Visit the SFM Store Envy page HERE to pick up your copy now.

Sunday 9 August 2020

There's Always Vanilla (George A. Romero, 1971) Blu-Ray Review...

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“Anything that has something happening has a purpose to it.” An experimental bitter-sweet romance drama is not what you'd expect to be directed by George A. Romero, the Godfather of the modern zombie, whose seminal 1968 film Night of the Living Dead not only defined a new sub-genre, but a new way of utilising horror to examine the world in which we live. Seeking to not be pigeon-holed by the horror genre, Romero and production company The Latent Image embarked on this character piece, which turned into a scattered and tense production with a final product that limped onto the silver screen after which it became a 'lost' film in Romero's catalogue. Indeed, Romero himself described the film as “an awful experience and I care very little about it”, but even with – seemingly – so little going for it, There's Always Vanilla now proves to be an intriguing time capsule of Pittsburgh, and America, in 1970...

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