A Pop Culture Review
Annual Magazine from United States
Ceased publication

- First and last issue: 1999-2004
- A publication by Jessie Lilley and Ron Garmon.
- Covers films, music, books and politics.
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CONTENTS: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 GALLERIES: 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 All

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Issue 5
Interviews: Steve De Jarnatt by Ron Garmon , Jay Ferguson and Ed Cassidy by Ron Garmon.
Real Life Horror Show #2: Timothy McVeigh execution.
The Ugly America of Robert Aldrich: What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?, The Dirty Dozen, The Grissom Gang, Ulzana's Raid, Emperor Of The North, The Longest Yard, Twilight's Last Gleaming.
Video Nasties: WR Does The Nasties: A Chronological Inquiry: Cain's Cutthroats, Cannibal Man, Island of Death, Alien Contamination, Let Sleeping Corpses Lie, Sweet Movie, Cannibal Holocaust, Anthropophagus, Inferno, Axe, The Beyond, Evilspeak, Possession, Xtro.

Issue 4
Interviews: William Smith by Ron Garmon, Frankie Smith by Stacy Meyn.
Features: Herding Electronics by Stacy Meyn, Boers to Bugs of ''Kaffir'' means ''Cockroach'' by Jimmy Diggs, Social Conservative and the Moves by Brad Linaweaver.
Sergio Corbucci: Django, Companeros.
Amicus : Vault of Horror, Asylum, The Terrornauts, Scream and Scream Again.
Noir by Anthony Mann : Railroaded, Raw Deal.
70s Animation: Fantastic Planet, Heavy Traffic.
At the Drive-In: The Killer Shrews, Bloody Pit of Horror, The Love Factor.
Revivalism: Brotherhood of Satan.
Music Reviews: 60s Bongload, Cartoon2, Flamin Groovies, 70s Party Train, Heroes in the Double Zero, Great Lost Thrown Out Albums.

Issue 3

Issue 2

Issue 1

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