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  • Definitive Guide To Horror Movies

    Definitive Guide To Horror Movies

    Packed with images of the most terrifying scenes in cinema history, this fully updated volume, with reviews right up to 2017, traces the genre decade by decade, providing a witty and informative critique of more than 300 movies from all around the world, plus TV series and literature too. Kim Newman and James Marriott discuss both neglected gems and big-budget duds, from Frankenstein and Peeping Tom to It Follows, Get Out, The Babadook, and Mother!, as well as material from countries as far afield as Japan and Brazil. These movies will continue to shock and delight viewers with their inventiveness and flair.

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  • Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror

    Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror

    From movie posters to comic books, from toys to video games and beyond, The Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror covers everything horrific and collectible! With feature interviews with creators and collectors, it's packed with information and is a must-have for anyone looking to expand their knowledge, their insight or their collection. It's the latest in the "How-To" series from the team behind The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.

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    • $19.99
  • Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies

    Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies

    (W) Michael Gingold

    The entire spectrum of screen  monsters and creatures is gathered in one volume covering 200 films. It  starts in the silent era and traces the history of the genre through to  the present day. From Universal Studios legends such as Frankenstein's  Monster and the Mummy, to the big bugs, atomic mutants and space  invaders that terrorized the '50s, to the kaiju of Japan and the  ecological nightmares of the '70s and '80s, to the CG creatures and  updated favorites of recent years, they're all here. 

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  • It Came From the Video Aisle

    It Came From the Video Aisle

    (W) David Jay & Various

    Charles Band's Full Moon  Entertainment was the most remarkable B-movie studio of the 1990s,  responsible for a barrage of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror classics during  the last true "golden age" of the home video era. From Puppetmaster to Trancers and beyond, Full Moon transformed the VHS experience for fans  worldwide, bringing the inner workings of the movie-making process into  the living room, and in turn creating a ravenous fan base that remains  to this day. This book tracks the history of the company, featuring rare  artwork, behind-the-scenes photos, and over 50 exclusive interviews  with the cast and crew who helped to create the legendary B-movie  studio. 

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    The Walking Dead - Rise of the Governor

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    Zombies: Record of Year of Infection

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  • Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror

    Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror

    From movie posters to comic books, from toys to video games and beyond, The Overstreet Guide to Collecting Horror covers everything horrific and collectible! With feature interviews with creators and collectors, it's packed with information and is a must-have for anyone looking to expand their knowledge, their insight or their collection. It's the latest in the "How-To" series from the team behind The Overstreet Comic Book Price Guide.

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  • Definitive Guide To Horror Movies

    Definitive Guide To Horror Movies

    Packed with images of the most terrifying scenes in cinema history, this fully updated volume, with reviews right up to 2017, traces the genre decade by decade, providing a witty and informative critique of more than 300 movies from all around the world, plus TV series and literature too. Kim Newman and James Marriott discuss both neglected gems and big-budget duds, from Frankenstein and Peeping Tom to It Follows, Get Out, The Babadook, and Mother!, as well as material from countries as far afield as Japan and Brazil. These movies will continue to shock and delight viewers with their inventiveness and flair.

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    • $29.99