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  • Animals, Movies & Minds from Another Time

    by Monty Cox

    In his own passionate and charismatic words, Monty Cox takes you through his surreal world of primal teeth and claws: how exotic animals – lions, tigers, bears, and more – are trained for film, television, and live acts.

  • Filmsuck, USA.

    by Eileen Jones

    For anyone wondering why both Hollywood and independent movies suck so badly lately, this collection of hilariously angry film reviews excoriates the recent film flameouts darkening our multiplexes. An extended introductory rant provides historical perspective on the long decline and fall of the American cinema.

  • H.P. Lovecraft in Britain

    by Stephen Jones

    Beginning with the first correspondence between August Derleth and Victor Gollancz in 1950, this book chronicles every British appearance of the master’s work from 1951’s The Haunter of the Dark & Other Tales of Horror through Jones own 2008 collection, Necronomicon: The Best Weird Tales of H.P. Lovecraft. Also included in this book is the H.P. Lovecraft short story, The Horror in the Museum. It’s main character is called Stephen Jones. Is he the same Stephen Jones as the author of H.P. Lovecraft in Britain? Only Lovecraft truly knows.

  • Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy

    by Thommy Hutson

    “The ultimate dream and/or nightmare for Freddy Krueger fans.”
    Entertainment Weekly “Must” List

    “Even the most hardcore Elm Street and horror movie fan will be surprised at what they read.”
    Bloody Disgusting

    “A must own for fans of the franchise.”

    Never Sleep Again is the ultimate chronicle of writer and director Wes Craven’s scary, thrilling, and innovative 1984 film. From exploring what spurred mastermind Craven to craft his watershed film, to the beginnings of Robert Shaye’s revolutionary New Line Cinema, and learning how the cast and crew brought their worst nightmares to life. Pieced together with dozens of exclusive new cast and crew interviews, it’s a tale fashioned from the words of those who lived it. This extensively researched, cleverly crafted, comprehensive look back is the definitive account of the film that began what many have called the best, most frightening, and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history.