British Cult Cinema:
THE AMICUS ANTHOLOGY
6x9, 240 pages, $25
SALE PRICE $18
In 1965, the newly-formed Amicus Productions of filmmaking duo Max J Rosenberg and Milton Subotsky burst onto the British fantasy scene with Dr Terror’s House of Horrors, an anthology film featuring five tales of suspense and the supernatural. The success of Dr Terror encouraged the partners to produce more of the same and in the years that followed, Torture Garden, The House That Dripped Blood, Tales From the Crypt and others forever associated the name of Amicus with the anthology horror film.The Amicus Anthology is an in-depth look at a body of films which were unique in the annals of fantasy cinema and featured not only the talents of horror icons Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee but those of dozens of the most famous names on the British screen in the 1960s and ’70s.
The Perfect Stocking Stuffer
for Your Favorite Movie Buff!
Coloring Book for Monster Kids
8.5 x 11, apx. , 50 pages (apx)
This perfect gift for the classic
horror movie fan will take you back to those happy childhood memories of waiting for
Saturday’s horror movies to come on the television. Over 50 pages of horror film images just ready for crayons and some imagination. And the best thing is—no critics to annoy you!
FORGOTTEN FACES OF FANTASTIC FILMS
by James T. Coughlin, 8.5x11, paperback 257 pages, rare photos
Price $25 SALE PRICE $18!
James Coughlin dedicated this volume to those wonderful character actors, we know their faces, but seldom rmember their neams. They were a strange and striking repertory, playing in Hollywood’s nether world arena of Frankenstein’s Monster, Count Dracula, the Mummy, the Invisible Man and the Wolf Man. Each and every one was a seasoned professional, but his or her name was usually far below the billing of a Karloff, Lugosi, Rains or Chaney ... and sometimes there was no billing at all.
So Deadly, So Preverse Vol 2
Retail Price $45,
SALE PRICE $35
SO DEADLY SO PERVERSE—The Italian thriller, known as the giallo to its hardcore devotees, is a breed of mystery thriller like none other. Taking inspiration from the Edgar Wallace krimis and early, seminal works by auteurs like Alfred Hitchcock and Fritz Lang, these colorful and labyrinthine shockers pushed the envelope of good taste in the 1960s and exploded into glorious excess throughout the 1970s and ’80s. Author Troy Howarth explores the genesis of the genre and traces it to its eventual decline in this two-volume study. Each title is afforded its own in-depth review, replete with contextual information and biographical data on key players in front of and behind the camera. Volume two, covers 1974 to 2013.
6x9, 298 pages, $25
The British Independent Horror Film: 1971-1983
SALE PRICE $18
NOW!X-CERT2 is the sequel to X-CERT, which told the story of Britain’s independent horror film producers from 1951-1970. In X-CERT2, the low budget horrors of the period 1971-1983, when the age-limit for the X certificate was raised to 18, are examined in all their gruesome detail for the very first time through exclusive interviews, contemporary censorship reports and rare glimpses behind the scenes of some of British horror’s most infamous shockers. The definitive companion-piece to X-CERT.