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CINESCOPE/CINETRANGE


- First issue: January 1997
- Fanzine, Webzine and DVDzine.
- Creator: Jerome Spenlehauer.
- Fantasy, trash, horror, gore, weird, underground, amateur, erotic and indie movies.
- Started as "Cinescope". Changed name to "Cinetrange" in 2002 (since # 13).
- Restarted in January 2017.
- DVD # 1 was released in 2005.
- Website: www.cinetrange.com

Horror
Fanzine
from
Bennwihr
France
Last updated:
24 February 2017
30 April 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
CONTENTS: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2012 2014 2017 GALLERIES: 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2008 2009 2012 2014 2017 All DATABASE INFO
24 listed issue(s)
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Issue 20
January 2017



Special issue: The 80s Part II
February/March/April 2014



Special issue: The 80's Part I
August/September/October 2012

124 pages, A4.
A group of ten writers offer their view on the genre cinema of the 80s.
The carreears of Steven Spielberg, Joe Dante, John Landis, William Lustig, Lucio Fulci and more.
Also: Macho women of the eighties, Italian B-movies etc.
The second volume will be released in November 2012.


Special issue
Digital only
2009

Cinema a main armee (Armed Cinema).
Italian thrillers.


Special issue
2008

100 ans de fantastique francophone.


Issue 19
February 2006



Issue 18
Jess Franco dalla A alla Z; il nuovo cinema coreano; Tinto Brass; Vintage Erotica; Casshern


Issue 17


Issue 16


Issue 15


Issue 14


Issue 13


Issue 12


Issue 11
June 2000



Issue 10
November 1999



Issue 9
April 1999



Issue 8
November 1998



Issue 7
July 1998



Issue 6
April 1998



Issue 5
January 1998



Issue 4
October 1997



Issue 3
June 1997



Issue 2
March 1997



Issue 1
January 1997


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