DVD Delirium Volume 4: The International Guide to Weird and Wonderful Films on DVD and Blu-ray

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DVD Delirium is the world's only A-to-Z guide specially designed for collectors of cult, horror, exploitation, arthouse, erotic, thriller, action, foreign language, and just plain weird movies. Hundreds of fascinating films are reviewed in depth by one of the world's foremost DVD and Blu-ray experts.

DVD Delirium Vol. 4

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  • DVD Delirium Vol. 4


The ALL NEW DVD Delirium Volume 4 perfectly compliments the previous three volumes, covering a brand new selection of the world's greatest cult movies on DVD and Blu-ray. This edition of the ultimate guide to home entertainment stands alone as an essential book for all film fanatics.

It also features a comprehensive index to this volume, plus a full listing of all the films reviewed in volumes 1, 2 & 3, which combine with this book to give readers almost 2,500 DVD and Blu-ray reviews! DVD and Blu-ray collecting is a minefield for the serious fan. If readers want to know whether or not to buy a particular film, this book will become their first point of reference. If it saves them from buying even one second-rate disc, it will have paid for itself right away!

Plus, readers can discover masses of amazing films they did not even know had been released. No film fan should be without this definitive guide book!
  • Picture and Audio quality of discs discussed in depth
  • Special Features listed and examined
  • Language and Subtitle options highlighted
  • Full synopsis and review of each film
  • DVD case size - designed to be shelved with your DVDs
  • Additional Information

    Author Nathaniel Thompson (editor)
    Publisher FAB Press
    Page Count 416pp
    Publication Size 5.25 x 7.5
    Publication Notes softcover, b/w
    Publication Date Novemver 2010
    ISBN 978-1903254622

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