CULT FILMS

Books about those strange, weirdo and disturbing movies that you can't stop quoting from.

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  1. Diabolique #17

    Diabolique #17

    $9.98

    A full color, sophisticated, lavishly illustrated magazine that explores horror in film, literature, history and art. Diabolique is as challenging as it is entertaining. Learn More
  2. Eyes of Blood

    Eyes Of Blood: The Hammer Films

    $16.95

    The meteoric rise of Hammer Films as a force in world horror cinema resulted from the release of two seminal movies: The Curse Of Frankenstein in 1957 and, especially, 1958's Dracula starring Christopher Lee. Learn More
  3. Fangoria #339

    Fangoria #339

    $10.99

    Movie horror and gore. Learn More
  4. Film Noir

    Film Noir

    $14.99

    Shadows and smoke! Classic noir flicks of the 1940s-50s, illustrated and examined. Learn More
  5. Freaky Monsters #14

    Freaky Monsters #14

    $9.95

    The Magazine for Ghoulden Age Monster Lovers! Learn More
  6. G-Fan Magazine #101

    G-Fan #101

    $6.95

    Looking for the latest on the greatest giant monsters? Godzilla! Mothra! Rodan! Gamera! King Ghidorah! They're all here in the pages of G-FAN, the journal of giant monsters. Learn More
  7. George Kuchar

    George Kuchar: Underground Film Icon

    $9.99

    Underground filmmaker George Kuchar is interviewed by RE/Search founder V. Vale in San Francisco, about the history of his low-budget filmmaking. Learn More
  8. Glass Orchid #2

    Glass Orchid #2

    $3.00

    Music, art, and pop culture. Strong focus on record collecting and cult cinema. Learn More
  9. Glass Orchid #3

    Glass Orchid #3

    $3.00

    Music, art, and pop culture. Strong focus on record collecting and cult cinema. Learn More
  10. Hammer Glamour

    Hammer Glamour: Classic Images From The Archive Of Hammer Films

    $29.95

    Over fifty years ago, with the release of The Curse of Frankenstein and Christopher Lee in Dracula, Hammer ushered in a whole new era of blood and barely restrained cleavage in glorious colour, mixing sex and horror with a style and panache that made the small British company world famous. Learn More

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