...And I'm in it, baby.
My interview with actress Belinda Balaski appears in the newest issue of (seriously, all partisan bias aside) the finest cult cinema magazine on the block.
Belinda made her mark in several memorable genre efforts (including Food of the Gods and the Fred Williamson action flick Black Eye), and was a regular member of director Joe Dante's repertory company, with featured roles in The Howling, Piranha, Amazon Women on the Moon, and lots of others. She's a terrific lady, and full of priceless anecdotes about the last hurrah of truly independent drive-in cinema in the seventies and eighties.
The latest Shock Cinema should show up at finer retailers all across the country in the next week or so. And if you happen to be at a Seattle branch of one of said finer retailers, I'll be the weirdo at the magazine rack pointing at the movie rags, giggling like a schoolgirl with a new Lisa Frank three-ring binder and muttering, "There I am, there I am..." Just saying.