It's that time of year, loyal readers. Please subscribe or renew your subscriptions to Cinema Retro, if you have not yet done so. It's going to be another great year for the world's most unique film magazine! The new season begins with issue #25, showcasing the usual eclectic array of classic and cult films. Among the highlights:
James Bond at 50: Cinema Retro interviews Daniel Craig, producers Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson and Skyfall director Sam Mendes about the screen legacy of Agent 007.
Major coverage of Hammer Films events: convention report, Hammer horror film locations then and now and coverage of the latest Blu-ray releases.
A look at the new restoration of David Lean's masterpiece Lawrence of Arabia and exclusive interview with Sony's Grover Crisp, the man who spearheaded the restoration process.
Best-selling author Robert Sellers provides a fascinating look at the life and career of the ultimate "bad boy" of British cinema, Oliver Reed.
Dean Brierly looks at the best Italian crime movies of the 60s and 70s.
Tribute to the creator of master of British film posters, artist Tom Chantrell.
Matthew R. Bradley concludes his examination of 007 villain Blofeld in literature in film in his article "The Importance of Being Ernst"
Plus major coverage of those great (and overlooked) cult films Sands of the Kalahari starring Stuart Whitman and Susannah York , Burt Lancaster's controversial The Swimmer and the "B" British war film Attack on the Iron Coast starring Lloyd Bridges. Only Cinema Retro provides coverage of such long-neglected gems!
Please help keep the dream alive by subscribing or renewing your subscription today. A subscription to Cinema Retro also makes the perfect holiday gift for the classic movie lover in your life...(it's far better than that glow-in-the dark necktie you were considering!)
(Note: issue #25 is expected to ship in the UK/Europe before Christmas and will be mailed to subscribers in America, Canada and all other parts of the world in January.)