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ULTRA VIOLENT
Horror And Exploitation Cinema

- First and last issue: 1999-April 2015
- Horror, exploitation, bizarre, cult, and sleaze cinema.
- Website: www.uvmagazine.com

Horror
Irregular
Fanzine
from
United States

Ceased publication
Last updated:
9 May 2015

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Scott Matheson
Garry Malvern
CONTENTS: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2011 2015 GALLERIES: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2009 2011 2015 All DATABASE INFO
12 listed issue(s)
Completed listing

Issue 12
April 2015



Issue 11
June/July/August 2011



Issue 10
October/November/December 2009

Exclusive Interviews:
Richard Casey: Ever wonder the story behind the film masterpiece Horror House on Highway Five? UV tracked down the director for this exclusive interview.
Glen Coburn: The director of the overlooked Bloodsuckers from Outer Space discusses the creation of his cult hit as well as his diverse career.
Robert Hendrickson: The director of Manson and Inside the Manson Gang chats with UV in this fascinating interview loaded with exclusive images.
Alejandro Jodorowsky: UV is honored to present a rare, up-to-date interview with one of the most colorful directors in the history of cinema. Known best for his beautifully surreal masterpieces El Topo and The Holy Mountain, Jodorowsky discusses his life, career, and philosophy.
Omar Ali Khan: The director of Zibahkhana (a.k.a. Hell's Ground) talks about directing the first Pakistani zombie movie.
Giovanni Lombardo Radice: Also known as John Morghen, Lombardo Radice was the star of Italian exploitation classics including House on the Edge of the Park, Gates of Hell, Cannibal Apocalypse, and Cannibal Ferox. A Renaissance Man of sorts, Morghen provides his most in-depth interview to date in this 19-page extravaganza.
Eric Stanze: The thoughtful director of Scrapbook and other independent hits discusses his career with UV.
Plus:
Blitzkrieg: Escape from Stalag 69: UV speaks with director Keith J. Crocker (The Bloody Ape) about his new Nazisploitation tribute Blitzkrieg.
Lloyd Kaufman on Media Conglomerates: The irreverent Troma icon provides an exclusive opinion piece regarding fallacious lies presented by media conglomerates as they attack independent cinema.
Extensive Reviews: UV's writers present a diverse collection of reviews of DVDs, VHS tapes, and obscurities from around the world.
Turkish Exploitation Retrospective: UV steps into the trenches of one of the most bizarre film industries known to humankind.


Issue 9
2007

Highlights include interviews with Uwe Boll (BloodRayne and Postal), Chuck Parello (The Hillside Strangler and Henry II), Dennison Ramalho (Love from Mother Only), Ben Tatar (director of the English dubbing of over 200 Spanish films from 1968-1977), John Wintergate (BoardingHouse), and Meir Zarchi (I Spit on Your Grave and Don't Mess with My Sister). Articles include coverage of Nacho Cerd?'s The Abandoned, Compound Pictures, Forced Entry, Independent Roll Call 2007, and a tribute to the late Roger Watkins (Last House on Dead End Street).


Issue 8
2006

John Aes-Nihil (United States): The director of the bizarre and impressively accurate Manson Family Movies spoke with UV. Aes-Nihil resides in California and is the owner of the infamous Aes-Nihil Archives.
John Grissmer (United States): This overlooked genre veteran talks about his classic films The House that Cried Murder, Scalpel, and Nightmare at Shadow Woods.
Andrey Iskanov (Russia): One of the few directors in the circle of underground horror today that isn't afraid to deliver uncompromising gore and brutality, Iskanov speaks openly about his films Nails, Visions of Suffering, and Philosophy of a Knife.
Camille Keaton (United States): Best known to horror fans for her role as Jennifer Hills in the groundbreaking exploitation classic I Spit on Your Grave, Camille Keaton has appeared in at least a dozen noteworthy films in Italy and the United States. The talented actress kindly spoke to UV about her life and work, giving us the rare chance to conduct what is arguably her first in-depth interview.
Roman Nowicki (Poland): This mysterious director speaks freely about the BBFC, and sheds a light on his shamelessly exploitive Fantom Kiler trilogy and other films.
Nick Phillips (United States): This exploitation auteur took time out of his busy schedule to talk about his life in the industry. Phillips is the director behind '70s genre classics such as Satan's Black Wedding, Dr. Christina of Sweden, and the Ultra Violent staff favorite, Criminally Insane.
Fernando Rick (Brazil): The maniacal brain behind Black Vomit Filmes yaps about his latest endeavors and much more. We met this cat during our last trip to S?o Paulo, while conducting interviews with Coffin Joe. From a first-hand point of view, this guy is the real deal!
Eyes of the Chameleon: UV headed to Vegas for the premiere of cult director Ron Atkins' latest opus. Expect full coverage of the film and the event in UV. Neighborhood Watch: Music video director and Sonny Boy writer Graeme Whifler discussed his ambitious directorial debut and Fantasia hit Neighborhood Watch with UV for this article.
The Screening: UV went on the set of Cameron Romero's debut feature for its first print coverage.


Issue 7
2005

Highlights include exclusive interviews with Ed Adlum (Invasion of the Blood Farmers, Shriek of the Mutilated), John Borowski (H.H. Holmes: America's First Serial Killer), Douglas Buck (Cutting Moments, Home), Terry Lofton (The Nail Gun Massacre), Scooter McCrae (Sixteen Tongues, Shatter Dead), and Gaspar Noe (I Stand Alone, Irreversible). Articles include an in-depth look inside Murder-Set-Pieces, In-Hell Productions, and a Nazi Exploitation Retrospective.


Issue 6
2004

Exclusive interviews with:
Ruggero Deodato: Italian director of Cannibal Holocaust, Jungle Holocaust, House on the Edge of the Park, Waves of Lust and countless others.
Hideshi Hino: The man behind the notorious Guinea Pig series. Hino is also an animation artist with a line of books that were recently released for American audiences.
Don Edmonds: This one rounds up our 'Three Most Savage and Brutal Directors' theme. Edmonds is responsible for Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS and Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks; Two films that blatantly celebrate gratuitous sex and violence.
Mariano Baino: Director of the surreal and atmospheric Dark Waters. Baino discusses the renowned film, existentialism and future projects.
Petter Baiestorf: The zaniest Brazilian director you've never heard of! Fueled by alcohol and angst, you need to know about this guy.
Gorman Bechard: Responsible for classics such as Psychos in Love, Cemetery High, Galactic Gigolo and so forth. You like these movies, admit it!
The history behind Something Weird Video.
A nunsploitation retrospective.
Recent independent endeavors.
Over 15 pages of reviews, and much more.


Issue 5
Summer 2003

Interviews with David Durtson (I Drink Your Blood), Jeff Lieberman (Squirm, Blue Sunshine), Emilio Vieyra (The Curious Dr. Humpp, Feast of Flesh), Atsushi Muroga (Junk), Johan Vandewoestijne (Lucker the Necrophagous) and Tom Sullivan (Evil Dead FX artist).
On-set report for August Underground's Mordum
Duck: The Carbine High Massacre
Tolstolob: The First Bulgarian Horror Film
Indonesian Exploitation Films Retrospective
The Blood Island Films
Over 15 Pages of DVD Reviews and much, much more!


Issue 4
2002

Highlights include exclusive interviews with Olaf Ittenbach (Premutos, Burning Moon), Jean Rollin (Living Dead Girl, Grapes of Death), Jack Ketchum (interview by Chas. Balun), Michael Berryman (The Hills Have Eyes, Deadly Blessing), Fred Dekker (Monster Squad, Night of the Creeps), and an eighteen page long discussion with Roger Watkins (Last House on Dead End Street, Her Name Was Lisa). Articles include Mark of the Astro Zombies, and The Surreal Visions of Rinse Dream (Dr. Caligari, Cafe Flesh).


Issue 3
2001

The dead are alive: Interview with horror veteran, George Romero
Hallucinations of a deranged mind: Interview with Jose Mojica Marins(aka Coffin Joe, Ze Do Caixao)
So shocking you will die a thousand deaths: Interview with Ted V. Mikels
Violent shit: Interview with German director, actor and FX artist,Andreas Schnaas
The music behind the murder: Interview with GOBLIN frontman, Claudio Simonetti
DVD holocaust: 4 pages of DVD reviews
Shocking & bizarre: MORE film reviews
Literary wasteland: Fiction, non-fiction and reference review section
Voices from beyond: Low-budget, gore director, Tim Ritter talks abouthis inspiration


Issue 2
2000

The psycho next door: Interview with actor, director and musician, David Hess.
Cult classics: Interview with Gunnar Hansen (Leatherface).
Death is just the beginning: Interview with German director, Jorg Buttgereit.
Here's blood in your eye: Interview with horror aficionado, Chas. Balun.
The dead hate the living: Interview with a new face in horror, Dave Parker.
The house of shock: Phil Anselmo talks about his interactive Haunted House.
Confessions of a necrophile: A look at the films inspired by Ed Gein.
Voices from beyond: Review of Fulci's classic, Don't Torture a Duckling.
DVD holocaust: Brand new DVD review section!
Shocking & bizarre: Trashy film reviews!


Issue 1
2000

Trilogy of the macabre: Interview with Nacho Cerda (renowned for his delightful, yet disturbing short film, Aftermath!)
Charlie's family: Brief overview, and interview with director, Jim Van Bebber (by Killjoy)
Hot as love: Interview with Phantasm veteran, Reggie Bannister.
Wizard of gore: Interview with horror icon, Tom Savini.
Ghoul's night out: Interview with Kyra Schon (Night of the Living Dead).
Voices from beyond: A section dedicated to Lucio Fulci (special article by Antonella Fulci!)
Mayhem and myth: An analytical approach to The Blind Dead films of Amando De Ossorio.
Extreme entertainment: Article by low-budget gore director, Todd Sheets!

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