True to his word, the piece appears in the November issue.
It would be unfair to the mag for me to scan the entire page here, so I'm just providing proof that the piece does exist.
Back when The Masturbating Gunman initially blew his load on VHS, Bowen wrote the first ultra-positive appreciation of its merits. He "got" the movie, which, considering the majority reaction, made my week, if not my month.
I'll leave you with his opening paragraph. Once again, Mr. Bowen has made my month:
Dig SPLATTER? OF COURSE YOU DO. How about chopsocky? Frankenstein? Troma? John Woo? Mexican Lucha Libre? Nunsploitation? Japanese "Pink"? Coffin Joe? Monty Python? Softcore porn? Theatre of the absurd? Goats? I wouldn't be surprised to hear a chorus of "Fuck, yeah!" to all of the above, but how many of you have seem them all deployed -- almost seamlessly -- in a single micro-budget film? I have, and if loving 'Masked Avenger Versus Ultra-Villain in the Lair of the Naked Bikini' (2000) is wrong, I don't want to be right.