Issue 12

Ultra Violent is proud to announce the contents of our most eagerly awaited, in-depth issue to date.  This hefty, 112-page issue is set for release in April, 2015.  The cover image will be posted very soon.  In the meantime, check out the fantastic, diverse list of contents.  As always, thanks for your appreciation and support.

Exclusive Interviews:
 
Gabriel Carrer:  The Canadian director of If a Tree Falls and In the House of Flies discusses his career, including his exciting upcoming projects.

John DeBello:  In this rare interview, the director of the Killer Tomatoes films provides insight into the creation of some of the best-known cult movies in film history.

Tom DeSimone:  In a lengthy interview, the creator of classics including Chatterbox, Hell Night, The Concrete Jungle, and Reform School Girls sheds light on his wild career.

Mladen Djordjevic:  While A Serbian Film received more attention, this Serbian director's Life and Death of a Porno Gang similarly shocked audiences worldwide, which he discusses along with his other endeavors in this fascinating piece.

William Grefé:  UV is honored to present a hefty interview with one of exploitation cinema's greatest icons, the director of  numerous gems including Stanley, Death Curse of Tartu, and Mako: The Jaws of Death.

Frank Henenlotter:  In one of our longest interviews ever, the mastermind behind classics including the Basket Case films, Frankenhooker, and Brain Damage discusses his entire career, including his highly anticipated upcoming projects.

Plus:

Dear God No!:  James Bickert elated fans of drive-in films with his 16mm epic Dear God No!, which he discusses along with his other work in this article.

Elves:
  UV's Kate Hutchinson praises the ultimate Christmas horror film, in this hilarious and brilliant article that includes some of Hutchinson's original artwork.


Extensive Reviews:  UV's writers present a diverse collection of reviews of DVDs, VHS tapes, and books from around the world.

The Soska Sisters:
 The talented and outspoken Soska Sisters, whose debut films Dead Hooker in a Trunk and American Mary took the genre world by storm, discuss their career to date, as well as their future plans.
 
Coffin Joe 7"
ImageUltra Violent is thrilled to announce the release of a Coffin Joe 7” record, featuring two songs that were recorded for Carnival in São Paulo, Brazil in 1969.  This marks the first time the songs have been released in the USA, and we are proud to be a part of it. 
 
 
 
 
In Other News:
ImageJohn Szpunar's book, Xerox Ferox, is out now.  We are honored that there's an entire chapter dedicated to Ultra ViolentXerox Ferox is available via Headpress and Amazon.com and is an absolute must. 

As for the next issue of Ultra Violent, Issue 12 is well underway and is due out in April, 2015.  It will be available from us, as well as from retailers worldwide.  It will also be our first issue available at Barnes & Noble.  Another thick, 112-page edition, Issue 12 will not disappoint.

 
Issue 11
ImageUltra Violent is proud to present our most over-the-top, in-depth issue to date.  This hefty, 112-page issue is now available on retail shelves, or you can purchase a copy directly from us.  As always, thanks for your appreciation and support.

Exclusive Interviews:
 
Peaches Christ:  Joshua Grannell (a.k.a. Peaches Christ) discusses his career, including the current hit All About Evil.

Chad Ferrin:  The outspoken director of Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! and The Ghouls pulls no punches in this exclusive UV interview.

Geretta Geretta:  The beautiful and intelligent actress from Italian classics like Rats and Demons shares a series of unique remembrances and insights into an unforgettable era.

Richard W. Haines:  UV is honored to present a 20-page interview with this one of a kind archivist and filmmaker, responsible for such gems as Splatter University, What Really Frightens You?, and Alien Space Avenger.

Lynn Lowry:  The unforgettable, gorgeous actress who stole the show in I Drink Your Blood and Shivers discusses her famous roles of the past as well as her recent return to the screen.

Ray Sager:  Best known for his starring role in Herschell Gordon Lewis’ Wizard of Gore, Ray Sager also was involved in a slew of influential Canadian genre pictures.  A man with years of experience in countless aspects of film, Sager provides his most in-depth interview to date in this 20-page piece.

Plus:

Extensive Reviews:  UV's writers present a diverse collection of reviews of DVDs, VHS tapes, and books from around the world.

Masked Supercriminal Retrospective:  UV steps into the trenches of one of the most bizarre subgenres known to humankind.

Sella Turcica:  UV visits the set of the latest ToeTag film, a return to the war-themed exploitation genre of the 1970s.

VanBebber Returns: The brilliant director of The Manson Family and Deadbeat at Dawn gives Ultra Violent an exclusive look at his upcoming new project.
 

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