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Wednesday, 26 March 2014
Some of the films covered in this issue are The Yes Girls (1971); Hammer's "A Bloody Triptych", which is The Vampire Lovers, Lust for a Vampire and Twins of Evil; Vampire (1964 - directed by Harrison Marks); then an in-depth look at Milton Subotsky and Amicus Films by Nigel Taylor: "The Mind of Mr Subotsky". "Brats of the Capital" is an article on Straight On Till Morning, "Kitchen-sink, Hammer Style" by Sarah Morgan, followed by an interview with the film's star Shane Briant. The magazine concludes with an article called "Jack Carter in Reverse", a look at sleazy 1970 crime thriller Sweet and Sexy, directed by Anthony Sloman.
The articles are thoroughly engrossing, with some fascinating insights. Apart from the few typos, it is a well produced, attractively laid out publication and very well written. Essential reading for anyone interested in some of Britain's more obscure movies as well as more well known ones from the likes of Hammer and Amicus.
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