Cinema Retro enters its tenth year of publishing with issue #28 which is now at the printers. It will be mailed to all UK/European subscribers before Christmas. Subscribers throughout the rest of the world will get their issues in January.
We launch our landmark anniversary with one of our best issues ever. Here are the highlights:
Sheldon Hall presents major coverage of the 50th anniversary of the British war movie classic Zulu starring Stanley Baker, Michael Caine and Jack Hawkins...complete with rarely seen images.
Dave Worrall takes you behind the scenes for the filming of the James Bond blockbuster Goldfinger at Pinewood Studios and presents some rare behind-the-scenes production shots as well as a "now-and-then" guide to specific studio locations from the film.
Ray Morton provides an exclusive interview with famed cinematographer Richard H. Kline, whose credits include Soylent Green, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Camelot, Body Heat, The Mechanic and the 1976 remake of King Kong.
Brian Hannan looks at the dramatic behind-the-scenes story of BUtterfield 8, the film Elizabeth Taylor fought against doing...only to win her first Oscar.
Howard Hughes continues his history of Oakmont Productions with a look at the low-budget WWII flick The Thousand Plane Raid starring Christopher George.
Raymond Benson provides his choices for the best movies of 1987.
Tim Greaves looks at the strange life and career of Hammer Films starlet Victoria Vetri (When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth)
Dean Brierly concludes his "Crime Wave" series with a look at the greatest- and most underrated- American gangster films.
Lee Pfeiffer revisits the cult apocalyptic thriller Panic in the Year Zero directed by and starring Ray Milland.
A look at the history of comic book movie tie-in issues
Harvey Chartrand provides the fascinating story behind Mary Rose, the film Alfred Hitchcock never got to make.
Darren Allison reviews the latest soundtrack releases
Plus all the news about new DVD, Blu-ray and film book releases.
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