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'''Cinema Sewer''' is a 44 page movie zine published by [[Robin_bougie|Robin Bougie]] of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that has been in publication either quarterly or yearly since 1997.
 
'''Cinema Sewer''' is a 44 page movie zine published by [[Robin_bougie|Robin Bougie]] of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that has been in publication either quarterly or yearly since 1997.
  
The publication is in a [[Comic|comic book]] sized format, with a full color cover and a black and white interior. Cinema Sewer uses graphic pornographic comics, illustrations and writing to focus on and review classic films in the exploitation, blaxploitation, sexploitation, horror, and porn genres. It also covers obscure underground creations such as video mixtapes and employee training videos. In October 2007, UK publisher FAB Press published a book collecting the best of the first 12 issues.
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The publication is in a [[Comic|comic book]] sized format, with a full color cover and a black and white interior. Cinema Sewer uses graphic pornographic comics, illustrations and writing to focus on and review classic films in the exploitation, blaxploitation, sexploitation, horror, and porn genres. It also covers obscure underground creations such as video mixtapes and employee training videos. In October 2007, UK publisher FAB Press published a book collecting the best of the first 12 issues.
  
 
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Revision as of 13:13, 19 December 2007

Cinema Sewer issue #18, the "All Women in Prison" issue

Cinema Sewer is a 44 page movie zine published by Robin Bougie of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, that has been in publication either quarterly or yearly since 1997.

The publication is in a comic book sized format, with a full color cover and a black and white interior. Cinema Sewer uses graphic pornographic comics, illustrations and writing to focus on and review classic films in the exploitation, blaxploitation, sexploitation, horror, and porn genres. It also covers obscure underground creations such as video mixtapes and employee training videos. In October 2007, UK publisher FAB Press published a book collecting the best of the first 12 issues.

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