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World Of Action Cinema
Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1998-1998
- Dedicated to action films from around the world.
- THUNDER is the brain child of Clyde Gentry III (editor-in-chief) and Michael Stradford (executive editor).
- Published by Draculina.
- Published by Draculina Publishing
- Website: www.thundermag.simplenet.com (dead link)

Last updated:
10 April 2022
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Thunder World of Action Cinema Magazine Vol. 1 # 3 Action Cinema John Carpenter's Vampires, Matrix, Van Damme, Kurt Russell in Soldier , Sammo's Martial Law TV Show, and more

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Blade: Interviews with screenwriter David Goyer and stunt coordinator Jeff Ward plus lots of pictures and insider information on Wesley Snipes' ultimate action film.
Uncut Drive: Director Steve Wang takes us through the entire process of making Mark Dacascos a real martial arts star.
Six-String Samurai: The complete story of this indie action film unfolded with new interview material from director Lance Mungia and star Jeffrey Falcon.
Summer line-up: THUNDER takes you through all the big action/adventure films including The Avengers, The Negotiator (review), The Mask of Zorro (review), Virus, Armageddon, Saving Private Ryan and Lethal Weapon 4. Knock Off and John Carpenter's Vampires, released in September, will also be featured.
Rush Hour: Director Brett Ratner shares his experiences on making the Jackie Chan/Chris Tucker action comedy.
Jet Li: A study of Li's life in films plus a complete filmography and review for his latest HK film, Hitman.
Donnie Yen: The career of Donnie Yen is discussed with a complete filmography and a brand new question and answer session.

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Chow Yun-fat on his American debut in The Replacement Killers.
Shannon Lee on her Hong Kong film debut.
Danny Trejo on being the toughest character actor around.
"Beat" Takeshi Kitano on his latest Japanese film Fireworks.

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