Creeping Flesh Volume 1: The Horror Fantasy Film Book

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Horror and fantasy cinema from around the world the world with a distinctive retro sensibility, CREEPING FLESH focuses upon obscure and vilified horror movies, the discovery of 'lost' films, and an appreciation of exploitation.

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Contents include: An interview with Alan Birkinshaw, director of the surreal drug and schoolgirl opus, KILLER'S MOON; the forgotten inspiration for THE WICKER MAN, and Robin Hardy's disastrous follow-up THE FANTASIST; the lifting of the ban on Ray Brady's controversial BOY MEETS GIRL; Bill Landis and Michelle Clifford on the seminal film zine SLEAZOID EXPRESS, and the grindhouse theatres of old Times Square; plus an overview of BBC television fantasy of the '70s, now gaining cult popularity on both sides of the Atlantic.

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Author David Kerekes (editor)
Publisher Headpress
Page Count 160pp
Publication Size 7.5 x 9.25
Publication Notes softcover, b/w
Publication Date 2003
ISBN 978-1900486361

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