The latest issue of Cinema Retro (#37) marks the beginning of our thirteenth year of publishing. The issue is now shipping to subscribers in the UK and Europe. Subscribers in other parts of the world will get their issue in January.
Our thirteenth season starts out with:
Steven J. Rubin's 40th anniversary tribute to "Rocky", a "Film in Focus" article that devotes extensive coverage to the making of this landmark film with exclusive comments from key members of the cast and crew.
Christopher Weedman celebrates the career of British actress Anne Heywood with insights from the lady herself.
Diane Rodgers' homage to the Monkees' only feature film, "Head"- with a screenplay by Jack Nicholson!
Martin Gainsford diagnoses the problems of bringing Doc Savage to the big screen in the ill-fated 1970s production.
Nick Anez extols the virtues of Sidney Lumet's brilliant but little-scene "The Offence" with a powerhouse performance by Sean Connery.
Tim Greaves examines the creepy-but-neglected chiller "The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane" starring young Jodie Foster.
Did Sergio Leone "ghost direct" the cult Italian Western "My Name is Nobody"? Chris Button examines the case for and against this theory.
Raymond Benson works overtime, providing us with his Ten Best Films of 1956 as well as his favorite movie trilogies of all time.
Gareth Owen looks back at the founding of Pinewood Studios
Lee Pfeiffer rocks on with the Dave Clark Five in their feature film "Catch Us If You Can" (AKA "Having a Wild Weekend"),which marked John Boorman's directorial debut.
Plus Darren Allison's latest soundtrack news and reviews and the newest Blu-ray and film book releases.
Where else can you find an eclectic line-up of articles such as these? Please continue to support the world's most unique film magazine in print by subscribing or renewing today for issues #37, 38 and 39- a full year's worth of Retro reading. Remember, a Cinema Retro subscription for that classic movie-lover in your life will go over a lot better than that velvet painting you had in mind of the dogs playing poker.