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

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  1. 60 Great Horror Movie Posters

    60 Great Horror Movie Posters


    Chaney, Karloff, Lugosi, Price and others stalk the pages of this photo book as original and rare one-sheets are displayed for such horror classics as Phantom of the Opera, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Halloween, Jaws, Army of Darkness, and many more. Learn More
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    Age Of Gold: Dali, Bunuel, Artaud: Surrealist Cinema


    Surrealist cinema, as epitomised by Salvador DalÌ and Luis BuÒuelís Un Chien Andalou and LíAge díOr, was a knife through the very heart of the establishment; a scorpionic, scatological black joke galvanized by the irrational, the uncanny, and the spectre of de Sade. Learn More
  3. Approaching The End

    Approaching the End: Imagining Apocalypse in American Film


    Tracing a timeline from World War II to the present day, Approaching the End rethinks apocalyptic cinema by considering its relationship to film noir, the fatalist crime genre of the 1940s to 1950s that remained pervasive through Hollywood's changing tides. Learn More
  4. Big Bosoms and Square Jaws

    Big Bosoms and Square Jaws: The Biography of Russ Meyer, King of the Sex Film


    What do you need to make money making movies? The answer, according to cult hero, creator of the sexploitation film, and the man the Wall Street Journal once dubbed the King Leer of Hollywood, Russ Meyer, is: 'big bosoms and square jaws.' Learn More
  5. Black Leather Lucifer

    Black Leather Lucifer: The Films Of Kenneth Anger


    Kenneth Anger: author of Hollywood Babylon, true disciple of Aleister Crowley, former mentor to both Bobby Beausoleil and Mick Jagger, amongst others - and one of the most original and talented film-makers of the 20th Century. Learn More
  6. Chain Saw Confidential

    Chain Saw Confidential: How We Made the World's Most Notorious Horror Movie


    The original 1974 film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre seized the imaginations of audiences and critics alike. Learn More
  7. Conspiracy Cinema

    Conspiracy Cinema: Propaganda, Politics and Paranoia


    Lighthearted, funny, and interactive, this is the definitive and only guide to this intriguing and immensely popular form of modern entertainment. Learn More
  8. The Disaster Artist

    Disaster Artist: My Life Inside The Room, the Greatest Bad Movie Ever Made


    From the actor who somehow lived through it all, a “sharply detailed…funny book about a cinematic comedy of errors” (The New York Times): the making of the cult film phenomenon The Room. Learn More
  9. Eyes of Blood

    Eyes Of Blood: The Hammer Films


    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
  10. Fangoria #341

    Fangoria #341


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    Movie horror and gore. Learn More
  11. Film Noir

    Film Noir


    Shadows and smoke! Classic noir flicks of the 1940s-50s, illustrated and examined. Learn More
  12. Headpress #28

    Headpress #28: The Gospel According To Unpopular Culture


  13. Horror Cinema

    Horror Cinema


    Film frights! The best scary movies of all time. Learn More
  14. Little Shoppe Of Horrors #35

    Little Shoppe of Horrors #35


    The Journal Of Classic British Horror Films. Learn More
  15. Rue Morgue Magazine's Horrorwood North

    Rue Morgue Magazine's Horrorwood North


    Horror In Culture & Entertainment. Learn More
  16. The Horror Show Guide

    The Horror Show Guide: The Ultimate Frightfest of Movies


    From atomic bombs to zealous zombies, this cinefile’s guidebook reviews 1,000 of the wickedest, weirdest, and wackiest scary movies from every age of horror. Learn More
  17. The Spiritual Journey Of Alejandro Jodorowsky

    The Spiritual Journey Of Alejandro Jodorowsky, The Creator Of El Topo


    In 1970, John Lennon introduced to the world Alejandro Jodorowsky and the movie, El Topo, that he wrote, starred in, and directed. The movie and its author instantly became a counterculture icon. Learn More
  18. The Zombie Book

    Zombie Book: The Encyclopedia Of The Living Dead


    Rampaging, driven, killing machines. Soulless and dead. Infected and infectious. Zombies. Learn More
  19. Zombie Holocaust

    Zombie Holocaust


    How the living dead devoured pop culture. Learn More

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