Tuesday, August 16, 2011

Cashiers du Cinemart 16

Let 2011 be known as The Revenge of Print, an effort began in Baltimroe to put an end to the rumors that print is dead. Scores of zinesters have answered the call, putting out a new issue of zines long since put down -- just like Cashiers du Cinemart. After four years, there's a fresh CdC in town.

100 pages
ISBN: 978-1-60543-584-8
Cover Art: Stephen Blickenstaff

There are two versions of Cashiers du Cinemart #16 available -- an old school photocopied version and a print-on-demand high-gloss version. Order one or the other (or both) today.

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Old School:

Skizz CyzykFilm Festival X is a Scam
A warning to the naive filmmaker
Mike MalloyThese Massacres Could Have Been Avoided
A study of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise
Andrew RauschThe Sound of Thunder
An interview with Heywood Gould about Rolling Thunder
Kyle BarrowmanIdentity & Arnie
A response to Pat Bishow's piece in Cashiers du Cinemart 13
Ralph ElawaniMaple Syrup Porn
Dirty movies from the Great White North
Mike SullivanLike Watching a Laurel & Hardy Short Seen Through a Fog of Deep Depression
An interview with Adam Resnick (Cabin Boy, Death to Smoochy, etc.)
Rich OsmondRural Mayhem: Georgia Peaches
A review of the classic TV movie
Chris CumminsBreaking Glass: The Experience is Shattering
A review of the punk rock classic
David MacGregorThank the Pig
An appreciation of Babe 2: Pig in the City
Dion ConflictHeaven or Vegas: A Sin City Sleeper
A review of Gregory C. Haynes's film
Jef BurnhamThe Monster in the Gelatin
A look at Reindeer Games
Karen LillisDowntown 2001: A review essay of Downtown 81
Life in NYC in the early 2000s
Mike WhiteDeath on the Highway: Killer Cars
Driving down the highway to hell
Mike WhiteLove Not Given Lightly
The cinema of domination and the domination of cinema
Mike WhiteDocumenting the Scene
BDSM in the movies
Joshua Gravel
& Mike White
Video Reviews
A bunch of movie reviews
Mike WhiteBook Reviews
Yes, books still matter

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