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The Magazine Of Forbidden Films And Erotic Horror
Adult, Horror Fanzine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1996-1997
- Gore and sleaze films.
- Threat Theatre International is a mail-order company specializing in collectible cult movies. Not exactly for family entertainment though as it offers film obscenities from all over the world. In 1995 "Sex, Shocks and Sadism: A Guide to Erotic and Unusual Horror Films" was published and GP follows in the same direction.
- Covers the "most diabolical, depraved and disgusting movies ever made".
- Edited by Todd Tjersland.
- For mature readers. It's a b+w, A4, 84 pages magazine.

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27 April 2013

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Covers found: 3
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CONTENTS: 1996 1997 All (There are undated issues)GALLERIES: 1996 1997 All (There are undated issues)

Issue 1
Fall 1996
Laura Gemser: The untold story.
Sleaze cinema: Beat Girl, Beyond Darkness, Child Bride (1941), Gestapo's Last Orgy, Reform School Girls,
William Lusting: speaks out in an exclusive interview.
Il Profumo della Signora en Nero: A special review.
The forbidden home video maket: Bloodsucking Freaks, Make them Die Slowly, I spit on your Grave.
Jean Rollin: Art, Sex and Vampires.
Hungry dead in horror cinema, Part 1: Night of the Living Dead (1968), Tombs of the Blind Dead, Bracula the Terror of the Living Dead, Vengeance of the Zombies, The Return of the Evil Dead (1973), Horror of the Zombies, House of the 7 Corpsies, Sugar Hill, Messiah of Evil, Shock Waves and more.

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