TC 23 - November 2000 Welcome to the Videodrome
The Beeb Watch Project
The Bare Wench Project
The Tale of the Raven: Part 2
High Weirdness By Mail
Night of the Lovelies
On Her Majesty’s Schilthorn Sojourn
Kaiju Big Battel
“Follow the rules and nobody gets hurt...”
Hungary Like the Wolf
Lino’s ‘Zine Reviews
Reasons to be Fearful: Part Three
David Icke, Duran Duran and the Reptoids
Tom, Jerry and the Nazi Connection
The Art of the Sickie
Long live the Queen
The Incredibly Bad Film Show:
Tammy and the T.Rex
Killing for Cult-ure
Of Tomatoes and Home Shopping
The Top 10 Real Warrior Princesses
Daughter of The Last Action Heroine
Postcards from California
Twinkie ®, Twinkie ® Little Star...
The Back Cover
This is TC 23, a pop culture time-capsule whose future is cloudy - see the editorial for details - and so, subscriptions to future issues are not currently being accepted. Feel free to keep sending me money though. Some old TCs (16/17, 20/21, 22) are available; buying now is wise, in case I can’t be arsed to ship them to America with me. For British readers, they’re £2.50 each including p&p; everyone else should get in touch for the correct rate, which depends as much on where I am, as where you are...
For similar reasons, getting in touch with me might be tricky, but email to email@example.com should work, regardless of my location. For old-fashioned post, Trash City, PO Box 8353, Scottsdale, AZ 85252, USA becomes effective at the end of November. Updates will be posted on the web site, http://www.trshcity.demon.co.uk, as and when appropriate. The site is also a haven for more of this kind of thing: reviews, articles, rants, strip-club info and more. With colour pictures...
Editor: Jim McLennan – and all texts not otherwise labelled.
Queen of Trash: Chris Fata.
High-Priestess of Layout: Vanessa Wells.
Pope of Covers: Rik Rawling.
Consumer of Twinkies (and additional layout): John Spencer.
Toreadors of Text: Andy Collins, Chris Fata (+ Leo & Amy), Marc Lewes, DF Lewis, Lino Raffa, Max Renn, Maxine Renn (no relation!).
Printers: Juma, 44 Wellington Street, Sheffield, S1 4HD.
More information on the topics covered in this edition can be found on the Links page
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