Bibliography: Periodicals (S)

A list of all periodicals referenced in EOFFTV beginning with the letter “S”.

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A British horror film fanzine published by John Gullidge between 1986 and 1997.

A British horror magazine first published in 2010 by Screen Power Publishing and edited by Richard Cooper. It generally appears six times a year with a few special issues along the way and styles itself “the world’s no.1 horror magazine.” “Best of” compendiums are also published. [website]

Screen International
The most recent incarnation of the leading British trade journal, Although first published in this form in 1975, its roots date back to 1889 when it was first published as Optical Magic Lantern and Photographic Enlarger. Over the years it appeared in many guises, changing its name to Cinematographic Journal in 1900, Kinematograph Weekly (or Kine Weekly) in 1907 and Today’s Cinema in 1972. When Peter King purchased CinemaTV Today from Sir John Woolf in 1975 it was relaunched as Screen International. In 2001, it launched an online presence, Screen Daily. [website].

Sheer Filth
A British fanzine published between 1987 and 1990 by David Flint focusing on exploitation and sleaze cinema. It ran to 9 issues with a 10th published in book form which also compiled all of the original issues.

A British monthly horror film magazine published by Visual Imagination between 1992 and 2007. It was initially edited by Alan Jones but after a six month break in 1994, it returned in December that year under the editorship of David Miller.

Sight & Sound
A British periodical, initially published quarterly by the British Film Institute since 1934 (it had been published independently for two years previously). There was a brief period in the 1950s when it moved to a monthly schedule but it otherwise remained quarterly until 1991 when it merged with the BFI’s other journal, Monthly Film Bulletin. [website].

South African Film and Entertainment Industry
A South African trade journal.

Spaghetti Cinema
An American fanzine edited by William Connolly from 1984 to 2003 focusing on Italian genre cinema. In 2009, Connolly started a blog under the same title though as of October 2018 there have been new entries since March 2017.

A British monthly genre film magazine, the longest running of its kind in the world. First published in 1977 by Dez Skinn’s Starburst Publishing Ltd it was sold to Marvel who published it from issue 4. In 1985 it was taken over by Visual Imagination but was on hiatus between 2008 and 2012 following the company’s collapse. Since its relaunch it has been published continuously by its original publishers Starburst Magazine Ltd. Issues 366 to 373 were published in online editions only. [website]

A British science fiction film fanzine produced by Jean Dempsey, David Griffiths, Ernest Harris, Derek Stokes and Stan Nicholls that ran for four issues between 1968 and 1970. The same team produced the horror film fanzine Gothique.
Note: Only issue 2 has so far been consulted for EOFFTV,

An American magazine covering science fiction film and television, published by Starlog Group between 1976 and 2009. It 1979 it launched a spin-off, Fangoria, devoted to horror.

Strange Adventures
A British fanzine edited by Tony Lee. It began life as the newsletter of a science fiction group on the Isle of Wight before becoming more widely available under the Pigasus Press imprint.

A French monthly film magazine first published in 1987. It merged with Cine Live to create Studio Ciné Live in January 2009 and was relaunched, again as just Studio, in 2018.

A short-lived (two issues) British published by Dorset Publishing Company in 1969.