Ultra Violent Issue #12

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Ultra Violent Magazine Issue 12

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Ultra Violent Magazine Issue 12

Exclusive Interviews:

Gabriel Carrer: The Canadian director of If a Tree Falls and In the House of Flies discusses his career, including his exciting upcoming projects.

John DeBello: In this rare interview, the director of the Killer Tomatoes films provides insight into the creation of some of the best-known cult movies in film history.

Tom DeSimone: In a lengthy interview, the creator of classics including Chatterbox, Hell Night, The Concrete Jungle, and Reform School Girls sheds light on his wild career.

Mladen Djordjevic: While A Serbian Film received more attention, this Serbian director’s Life and Death of a Porno Gang similarly shocked audiences worldwide, which he discusses along with his other endeavors in this fascinating piece.
William Grefé: UV is honored to present a hefty interview with one of exploitation cinema’s greatest icons, the director of numerous gems including Stanley, Death Curse of Tartu, and Mako: The Jaws of Death.

Frank Henenlotter: In one of our longest interviews ever, the mastermind behind classics including the Basket Case films, Frankenhooker, and Brain Damage discusses his entire career, including his highly anticipated upcoming projects.

Plus:

Dear God No!: James Bickert elated fans of drive-in films with his 16mm epic Dear God No!, which he discusses along with his other work in this article.

Elves: UV’s Kate Hutchinson praises the ultimate Christmas horror film, in this hilarious and brilliant article that includes some of Hutchinson’s original artwork.

Extensive Reviews: UV’s writers present a diverse collection of reviews of DVDs, VHS tapes, and books from around the world.

The Soska Sisters: The talented and outspoken Soska Sisters, whose debut films Dead Hooker in a Trunk and American Mary took the genre world by storm, discuss their career to date, as well as their future plans.

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