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Strange Conversation - Issue 2 - June 2007 September 26, 2007

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Table of Contents: Issue 2, June 2007 (Click on title to read article)

1. TOP 10 Horror films of the 1980s

2. Short Film In The UK - 8-Part Feature

3. Not Just Another Dead Soldier: Subjectivity in Spielberg’s Saving Private Ryan

4. Classic 80s: Into the psyche of a broken man…revisiting John Landis’ Into The Night

5. Hammer Horror & British Cinema - 1930 to 1970

6. Film Review: Shallow Grave

7. Film Review: The Departed

8. Film Review: A Cock And Bull Story

9. Film Review: Reeker

10. Film Review: Happy Endings

11. Film Review: Doom

12. Film Review: Jason X

Strange Conversation’s SCENE OF THE MONTH

An American Werewolf In London (John Landis, 1981, USA)

In John Landis’ delightful comedy-horror, David Kessler’s very dead best friend returns from the grave to tell him at the next full moon he’ll turn into one hell of a hungry werewolf.

Strange Conversation’s SHOT OF THE MONTH

Say Anything (Cameron Crowe, 1989, USA)

The iconic image of Lloyd Dobler trying to win his girlfriend back by playing ‘their’ song on his Ghetto Blaster.

Strange Conversation - Issue 1 - April 2007 May 22, 2007

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Table of Contents: Issue 1, April 2007 (Click on title to read article)

1. Classics 80s: Vol. 1 - Withnail and I

2. Remembering Black Christmas: Bob Clark 1941 - 2007

3. Oh, shallow Queen: Stephen Frears’ Oscar winning film

4. Alien in the monstrous grasp of womankind: Critiquing the work of feminist writers Creed & Mulvey

5. Love Film: Saving space for the DVD Collector

6. What’s the formula of the High-Concept movie?

7. Film Review: Tequila Sunrise (Robert Towne, 1988)

8. Film Review: Heat (Michael Mann, 1995)

9. Film Review: City Of God (Fernando Meirelles/Katia Lund, 2002)

Strange Conversation’s SCENE OF THE MONTH

An American Werewolf In London (John Landis, 1981, USA)

In John Landis’ delightful comedy-horror, David Kessler’s very dead best friend returns from the grave to tell him at the next full moon he’ll turn into one hell of a hungry werewolf.

Strange Conversation’s SHOT OF THE MONTH

Say Anything (Cameron Crowe, 1989, USA)

The iconic image of Lloyd Dobler trying to win his girlfriend back by playing ‘their’ song on his Ghetto Blaster.

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