Cinema Retro Announce 2014 Season
Celebrating Films of the 1960s & 1970s.
An exciting New Season from our friends at Cinema Retro.
The 70mm Newsletter
Worrall & Lee Pfeiffer, Cinema Retro
in 2014, Issue 28 with a 12-page tribute of the Technirama film "Zulu".
Do you remember the days when cinemas showed 'Double Bill' programmes, Road
Show films with intermissions, and sold souvenir brochures? Do you long for
those days when you could read great film magazines like ABC Film Review,
Photoplay and Showtime? YOU DO? Then you must remember that the 60's and
70's were probably the greatest period ever for the film industry - an era
that brought the cinemagoer a choice of several classic movies released
every week, film posters that were works of art, and ice cream usherettes
that brought your ice pop to your seat - and wore stockings too!
This was a wonderful period in cinema history, and Dave Worrall and Lee
Pfeiffer, have brought those memories back and recreated some of
those fabulous publications that we all still long for.
CINEMA RETRO: the Essential Guide to Cult and Classic Movies is a 64-page full colour magazine
- now in it's 10th year of publication - devoted to those great films of the 60's and
70's. Every photo-packed issue features:
• Major in-depth look at a classic film or film series.
• Cinema sirens and hunks: photos of those delicious sexy actresses and actors
whom we all long to see again.
• Reproductions of some of the greatest movie poster art of all time.
• Exclusive interviews with actors, producers and directors from films of this
• An international team of film scholars and journalists brining you classic
movie news and articles from around the globe.
Each issue is a limited edition collector's item- published in England but
available worldwide. This is not an amateur fan magazine. Rather, it is
written by recognised writers in the field of film criticism as well as from
the vantage point of the actors, producers, directors and technicians who
were a part of this wonderful era of film making. To ensure you receive each
issue of this magazine, you must be a subscriber. Cinema Retro is a
premium-priced magazine designed for readers who take their moves seriously.
You will not find the latest film news, gossip or rumours. You will find
insightful and fun articles regarding classic and cult movies, in-depth
interviews and some of the rarest photos imaginable.
So, if you have a passion for films like - The Great Escape, Psycho, The
Devils Brigade, Get Carter, Zulu, Where Eagles Dare, The Magnificent Seven,
Play Misty For Me, Our Man Flint, Von Ryan's Express, 100 Rifles, A Fistful
of Dollars, The Carry On comedies, Ice Station Zebra, It's A Mad, Mad, Mad,
Mad World, Kelly's Heroes, the films of Hammer, Norman Wisdom comedies,
Professionals, The Dirty Dozen, Cinerama, The Eagle Has Landed, - get our
drift? - Then why not join the growing band of film buffs who, at long last,
have decided - no, demanded - they can at long last read a publication
devoted to their passion - great classic films from the 60s and 70s. And if
there's a favourite film you would like to see featured or would like to
supply an article about, then we want to hear from you too!
Click here for subscription information for season #10 (issues 28, 29 &
• Season 10 subscription: USA/Canada $36.00 USD rest of the world $56.00 USD
Click here to visit our Ebay affiliate store to subscribe to Season 7
(issues #19, 20 and 21) and to get all available back issues.
• Please email
Cinema Retro to register your interest NOW!
in 70mm reading:
"Cinema Retro" - The Golden Age
of Film Making
“Earth-Shattering” - A new dimension to the motion picture
"Where Eagles Dare" -
40th Anniversary 1969 - 2009
"Kelly's Heroes" - Cinema Retro ‘Movie
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Cinema retro issue #27, the final issue of
season 9, has now shipped to all subscribers worldwide.
Highlights of issue #27 include:
Don L. Stradley examines the dramatic life and career of Lolita star Sue
John Exshaw's unpublished interview with screen legend Peter Cushing
Adrian Smith interviews Hugh Hudson, director of Revolution and
Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes
Dean Brierly looks at classic Japanese crime movies
Stephen C. Jilks celebrates the British werewolf films.
David Savage examines Liz Taylor's little-seen, late career bizarro cult
movie The Driver's Seat
Howard Hughes continues his history of Oakmont Productions with
Submarine X-1 starring James Caan and reviews the long-forgotten
electric rock WesternZachariah
Paul Thomson provides in-depth coverage of the Amicus Edgar Rice
Burroughs film adaptations The Land That Time Forgot, At the Earth's
Core and The People That Time Forgot
Remembering Ray Harryhausen: a personal tribute by Mark Mawston
Raymond Benson's top ten films of 1986
Lee Pfeiffer's Take Two column looks back on The Valachi Papers starring
Burt Reynolds underrated dark comedy The End is re-evaluated by Tim
Gareth Owen's Pinewood Past column features Reach for the Sky starring
Plus the latest film book, soundtrack and DVD reviews.
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