Ever wonder what Sharon Stone did with the Amish or what movie features Orson Welles in his final role? In this issue, writers, artists, comedians and film nerds investigate the most entertaining bad movies made by all the big stars -- either before they were known, or after they should have stopped.
I LOVE BAD MOVIES: VOLUME FIVE
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 29 artists and writers
- 28 funny, insightful, celebratory and/or mocking essays
- More than 70 pages of written content
- Beautiful color glossy cover stock
- Interview with Alex Winter of Death Wish 3!
- Illustrations and weird film stills for each movie
- Theme: "Before and After They Were Famous" or, "Early and Late Roles"
COVER ART: Mat Pringle
CENTERFOLD ILLUSTRATION: Jeremy Jusay
ADDITIONAL ART: John McCoy, Chris Piascik, Mary Regan
WRITERS: David Archer, Claudia Eve Beauchesne, Matt Bird, Tom Blunt, Cristina Cacioppo, John Carman, Matt Carman, Max Cavanaugh, Eric Epstein, Kate Hutchinson, Eleanor Kagan, Elliott Kalan, M. Sweeney Lawless, Kevin Maher, Christine Makepeace, Laura Jayne Martin, Dan McCoy, John McCoy, Harry Merritt, Andrew Miller, Shove Mink, Eric Nelson, Mary Regan, Bob Satuloff, Justin Shatraw, Jay Stern, and Kseniya Yarosh.
FILMS DISCUSSED: Purple Rain, BMX Bandits, Once Bitten, Death Wish 3 (Alex Winter Interview), Tough Guys, The Transformers: The Movie, Making Mr. Right, Bad Taste, Summer School, Disorderlies, Teen Wolf Too, Vampire's Kiss, Slaves of New York, Cool as Ice, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, The Island of Dr. Moreau, Freeway, Fear, Cruel Intentions 2, Whatever it Takes, Hercules in New York, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Stay Hungry, The Last Tycoon, Sextette, Bloodline, The Burning, Deadly Blessing, and Miss All-American Beauty.