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Drive-In Asylum #21 is one of our biggest issues, and definitely one of our best! We've got some fantastic features in this one, including an exclusive interview with Toni Lawrence, star of 1973 independent psychological horror film "Pigs"! Toni shares her experiences making this moody, atmospheric exploitation classic, which enjoyed an unusual life in its multiple theatrical releases as well as home video incarnations.

Michael Berryman is also on board with this issue, and he shares some valuable insight into his challenges as an actor in the Hollywood of the mid 1970s, as well as come colorful anecdotes about various actors and directors with whom he has worked.

We also have an appearance by the legendary David Hess, who passed away in 2011. David appeared on a podcast with Ryan Clark, and our interview is derived from the transcript of that conversation, and David shares some great memories about making movies like "Last House on the Left", "Hitch-Hike", and "House On The Edge of the Park".

There are plenty of film reviews too, we've got commentary on "Evilspeak", "Sting of Death", "Teenage Mother", "3 on a Meathook", "Massage Parlor Murders", "Bloody Moon", "Psycho III", "Gnaw: Food of the Gods Part II", and "Sole Survivor".

DIA #21 is 60 black and white pages (with some pages on colored paper), 5.5 x 8.5 inches in size.

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Our 20th issue of DRIVE-IN ASYLUM is here! We've got two fantastic guests this time, the first of which is Dusty Nelson, who sat in the director's chair for the elusive 1979 Pittsburgh-lensed film "Effects". Dusty gives us his firsthand insight into the creation of this unusual and fascinating project, now streaming on Shudder. DIA newcomer Matt Hanke conducts the interview..

Also, cult legend George Stover is on board this time, and he talks to Bradley Steele Harding about his extensive career in fantastic films, as well as his involvement with classic fanzines "Cinemacabre" and "Black Oracle".

We've got some movies to talk about, too! DIA newcomer G.G. Graham talks about Freddie Francis' 1970 "Mumsy, Nanny, Sonny & Girly", Dustin Fallon discusses 1957's "The Vampire", Andy Turner reviews "The Devil's Hand" from 1961, and Paul Werkmeister is into 1972 killer turkey-man flick "Blood Freak". Sam Panico talks about Japanese superhero movie "The Golden Bat" from 1966, and J.C. Greening revisits Curtis Harrington's classic debut "Night Tide", starring a young Dennis Hopper. Lana Revok continues her series on horror tie-ins with a look at the novelization of "Jaws 2", and Joseph Perry follows up his Shick Sunn Classics reviews from last issue with two more Sunn Classics movies.

5.5 x 8.5, black and white (some pages are printed on colored paper), 56 pages.

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Perhaps the best movie to be shot in St. Louis, Missouri, 1979's "Delirium" plays like an evening 70s TV cop drama with gruesome murders inserted that would never fly on TV. We're excited to present an interview with chief good guy in the film Terry TenBroek, who recalls making this independent oddity that became one of the notorious "Video Nasties" in the UK.

Filmmaker and electronic musician Dante Tomaselli also appears in this issue; the director of "Desecration", "Torture Chamber" and the upcoming remake of "Alice Sweet Alice" gives us his list of five flicks that made an impact on him.

Reviews this issue include Turkish "Death Wish" clone "Cellat", Mexican flick "Cemetery of Terror", Mario Bava's "Beyond the Door II", "The Sword and the Sorcerer", "Fireball Jungle", "The Bushwhacker", "The Ravager", Lucio Fulci's "Manhattan Baby", Shick Sunn Classics releases "The Mysterious Monster and "The Bermuda Triangle", 1970 Japanese crime drama "Stray Cat Rock: Delinquent Girl Boss", the novel "Carrie", and British TV series "Thriller"!

We've got lots of ad galleries in this issue too, collections that are both themed and random, all of which are designed to give you that feeling from years back of looking through the newspaper and seeing what's at the movies this week.

5.5 x 8.5, black and white (some pages are printed on colored paper), 52 pages.

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