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Impossibly Funky: A Cashiers du Cinemart Collection

Harangue for Hollywood! From the blighted urban squalor of Detroit--Paris of the Midwest--came enfant terrible Mike White and his mutant publication, Cashiers du Cinemart. For fourteen years and fifteen issues the writers of Cashiers du Cinemart provided a treasure trove of writing on film and popular culture.

Front Cover Design: Jim Rugg

ISBN: 978-1-593-93547-4

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Cashiers du Cinemart #18 marks the 20th anniversary issue of the infamous Detroit film zine. Featuring reviews, interviews, and essays on films from the sublime to the obscure.

Front Cover Design: Becca Whitaker

ISBN: 978-1-304-98929-1

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This issue boasts features about Filipino exploitation films, Chuck Vincent, Andy Sidaris, Gaspar Noé, Brad Dourif, and Pierre Maheu and more including interviews with Sid Haig, Keith Shapiro, Eli Craig, Louie Bonnano, Peter Filardi, and many more. And, don’t miss appreciations of films as diverse as After Last Season, The Touch of Her Flesh, Blood Sucking Freaks, Dream Home, and Eat My Dust.

Front Cover Design: Tom Bagley

ISBN: 978-1-304-56112-1

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We heard you missed us. We're back. It's the revenge of print, Cashiers du Cinemart style.

Includes stories on The Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, Georgia Peaches, Rolling Thunder, Cabin Boy, Quebecois porn, Breaking Glass, Babe 2, Killer Cars, and many more Reindeer Games...

Front Cover Design: Stephen Blickenstaff

ISBN: 978-1-60543-584-8

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With articles about getting Superman Returns to the silver screen, the filmed adaptations of David Goodis, colonialism and Philippine cinema, rejected television pilots, and Red Sovine.

Includes interviews with James Ellroy (L.A. Confidential), Taylor Negron (The Last Boy Scout) and Todd Rohal (Guatemalan Handshake).

Front Cover Design: Ashley Zeltzer

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Stories include: 50 Best Modern Midnight Movies, The Inside Scoop on the Ultimate Film Fanatic, The Lost Art of Shuji Terayama, Interviews with Greydon Clark, John Daniels, Morgan Spurlock, John Michael McCarthy, and much more!

Front Cover Design: Kerine Elkins

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This issue includes interviews with Guy Maddin (Saddest Music in the World), Alvin Ecarma (Lethal Force), Richard Elfman (The Forbidden Zone), Shinya Tsukamoto (Tetsuo), James and John Reichmuth (Cow Monkey), Richard Crawford (Captain Milkshake) and more.

Features stories on Paul Williams, Atomic TV, Jodorowsky's Dune, Mulholland Drive, Jim Morrison's HWY, Deafula, Hackers 2, The Hulk, The Big Clock, Battle Royale, The Phantom Edit(s), Transformers, Memento, Planet of the Apes, and more Film Festivals than you can shake a stick at!

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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This issue features articles on the state of Hong Kong cinema, coverage of film festivals from San Francisco to Austin to Toronto, an overview of Timothy Carery's amazing career, the origins of Alien3, and so much more, with interviews of Dr. Demento, Tanya Boyd, Skip E. Lowe.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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This issue features articles on filmmaker Craig Baldwin, the original version of Brian Helgeland's Payback, Charles Willeford, cinematic provocateur Mike Z, and examinations of Gremlins, Existo, Running Time, Evil Roy Slade, The Girls from Harm, with interviews of Josh Becker, Pat Bishow, Svengoolie, and more.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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This issue features articles on The Dead Next Door, The Lone Wolf & Cub films, unmade Planet of the Apes films, John Paizs's Top of the Food Chain, and more including interviews with Alex Winter, Keith Gordon.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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Star Wars fan films, Turkish remakes, lost cuts, and sex parodies take the fore in this issue along with classic articles about John Paizs's Crime Wave, Indiana Jones IV, Pi, Hackers, The Big Red One, Death Game and much more.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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This issue includes several stories about employment woes along with tributes to Black Shampoo, the making of Mary Jane's Not A Virgin Anymore, reports from MicroCineFest, Scamdance, Slamdance, and more.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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Cashiers du Cinemart #7 includes a transcription of the infamous Bill Bonds video, a discussion of the Go-Go's video (in which a roadie is sodomized), interviews with Monte Hellman and Jack Hill, and a whole lot more.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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Articles in this issue include Jackie Chan's return to American cinemas, wrestlers on screen (including Andre the Giant... and his posse), working in a movie theater, and a plea to kill Scrappy Doo. Also included are reviews of Daisies, El Frenetico & Go Girl, The Highlander, The Omega Man, and more.

Front Cover Design: Nathan Kane

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