Eyeball Compendium: 1989 - 2003

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Writings on sex and horror in the cinema from the pages of EYEBALL MAGAZINE, 1989 - 2003.

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Since 1989, Stephen Thrower (author of BEYOND TERROR) has edited one of the smartest and most stylish magazines on alternative, cult and art cinema: EYEBALL. Hugely influential, EYEBALL kick-started the now wide-spread admiration for Euro-horror. Now every issue of EYEBALL is available in a single book, along with a vast amount of new material! Contents include: interviews with Alejandro Jodorowsky, Michele Soavi, Andrzej Zulawski, Ulli Lommel, Paul Morrissey, Gaspar NoÎ, Gary Sherman. Features on Argento, Fulci, Avati, Cronenberg, Freda, Warhol, Antonioni - and a cavalcade of ascerbic, thoughtful or just plain twisted reviews from writers including Alan Jones, Pete Tombs and Kim Newman. Amongst a host of delights, this 396-page book includes ALL-NEW reviews of films such as Amityville 2: The Possession, Autopsia, Bad, La Belle Noiseuse, Cannibal Apocalypse, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, Don't Deliver Us From Evil, Duffer, The Etruscan Kills Again, Four Times... That Night, In the Eye of the Hurricane, Kill, Baby... Kill!, Knife of Ice, Maladolescenza, Murder By Design, Night of the Devils, L'occhio dietro la parete, The Passenger, Pink Narcissus, Plot of Fear, Rabid Dogs, The Road to Fort Alamo, Terror Express and L'uomo, la donna, la bestia. All this and much, much more makes EYEBALL COMPENDIUM essential reading for cult movie fans everywhere! 'A feast of insights into the cinema at its most obscure, excessive and marginalised, and also a great deal of fun.' - Ramsey Campbell

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Author Stephen Thrower (editor)
Publisher FAB Press
Page Count 394pp
Publication Size 8 x 7.75
Publication Notes Softcover, Color
Publication Date October 1, 2003
ISBN 978-1903254172

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