#159
November / December 2010
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Ted Rusoff
Il Mostro della Fona Roma

Any fan of Italian horror and exploitation knows the voices, if not the names,
of Ted Rusoff and his late wife Carolynn de Fonseca. In this historic interview,

John Charles
chronicles a major player’s career on soundtrack and onscreen,
along with his reminiscences of his colleagues in dubbing
!

Video WatchBlog
Peter Fernandez on Titra Sound Corporation
Tim Lucas
interviews the late actor, voice artist and director about his experiences
working for New York’s leading dubbing company over a thirty year period!

DVD Spotlight
 Kim Newman reviews Sony’s ICONS OF SUSPENSE,
collecting a half-dozen new-to-video thrillers from Hammer Films, including
THESE ARE THE DAMNED, CASH ON DEMAND and NEVER TAKE SWEETS FROM A STRANGER!


DVD reviews, including...


THE BUSHWHACKER
THE GIRL WITH THE DRAGON TATTOO
DARK CITY
DEAD & BURIED
DEATH JOURNEY
DINNER WITH A VAMPIRE
THE ECLIPSE
THE MACHINIST
MEAN JOHNNY BARROWS
NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL
THE PIED PIPER
RACING FEVER
SITA SINGS THE BLUES
TERROR CIRCUS
TETRO
WALTZ WITH BASHIR

Ramsey's Rambles
Ramsey Campbell on Leni Riefenstahl's THE BLUE LIGHT.

AVI Watchdog
John Charles on the the Italian war films BATTLE OF THE COMMANDOS, DIRTY HEROES, COMMANDO ATTACK, THE LEGION OF NO RETURN and A PLACE IN HELL.

Audio Watchdog
Douglas E. Winter
o
n INCEPTION, THE SIGNAL and THEATER OF BLOOD.

Biblio Watchdog
Anthony Ambrogio reviews Reynold Humphries' THE HOLLYWOOD HORROR FILM, 1931-1941, and Brett Taylor reviews CALIGULA AND THE FIGHT FOR ARTISTIC FREEDOM by William Hawes.

 

Other contributors featured in this issue:

Michael Barrett, Bill Cooke, David Kalat and Eric Somer