2 edition of Frightfest Guide to Exploitation Movies found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
nodata File Size: 9MB.
But suddenly the endlessly winding paths lead nowhere, the trees never seem to end, the sun never sets and a sinister presence starts stalking and tormenting them, trying to drive them insane. From a graphical point of view it's absolutely great to see those old posters and advertisement.
Covering 1935-1985, the Golden Era. Torn between sanity and the unknown, Lucy seeks help from a local priest forced to make a deathly choice. By Gavin Baddeley Foreword by Neil Marshall FrightFest and FAB Press once again join forces to launch THE FRIGHTFEST GUIDE TO WEREWOLF MOVIES, which goes exclusively on sale during Arrow Video FrightFest 2019, Aug 22 — Aug 27.
Cast: Tanya Burr, Harry Jarvis, Nina Wadia, Loreece Harrison, Erin Austin. And they raked it in for a good thirty years as such cheap thrill operations reached their zenith in the Swinging Sixties, finding its concealed subculture going more mainstream in the Seventies and finally petering out in the late Eighties when hardcore and the home video revolution saw profit margins plunge.
Comprising an in-depth A-Z of the entire celluloid sleaze underworld, the book is a fast and furious zip through a once dismissed field now beloved by everyone from Quentin Tarantino and Martin Scorsese to Peter Jackson and James Frightfest Guide to Exploitation Movies. World renowned film critic Alan Jones takes you on a startling tour through the extremes of the exploitation movie's Golden Era of 1935-1985. Especially as Aidan is a particularly inept homicidal maniac and fledgling filmmaker Graysmith is willing to do anything stupid to achieve his ambition.
Her new life takes her to an apartment complex, but as a heat wave sets in, this place of potential new beginnings turns sinister and ominous. The book has a foreword by Jane Giles, whose book Scala Cinema 1978-1993 chronicled the infamous London mecca for cult film lovers.
His impressive TV credits include: Lost in Space, Westworld, Black Sails and Game of Thrones. A great Frightfest Guide to Exploitation Movies to a bygone age of filmmaking that leaves one longing for a time machine.
Watch the BEYOND THE INFINITE TWO MINUTES trailer below! In most cases, the accompanying text is wrapped around the images with the pages taking on the colour of the artwork they feature.
Watch the ANTIDOTE trailer below! Outline: The Sundance sensation based on the bestseller by Johan Theorin. The latest luxurious book from the wonderful publishers Fab Press is the perfect entry level to anyone looking to expand their viewing horizons from the mainstream as FrightFest co-director and all-around genre authority Alan Jones takes us through the murky world of exploitation films.
She must seek to understand the two sides of herself before the consequences become deadly. Four very different students move into a house suffering the usual social, financial and sexual anxieties that come with this exciting experience.
A stunning mix of Gothic horror mystery and shocking police procedural using live action and puppet animation. From the moment motion pictures were invented, fearless entrepreneurs, poverty row profiteers and money-grabbing grifters gave cinemagoers what they truly craved.
Following the success of the previous four editions: The FrightFest Guide to Exploitation Movies, Monster Movies, Ghost Movies and Werewolf Movies, this is the latest in a series of wide appeal books for both the curious spectator and the cult connoisseur.
The first movie he covered on location was the original Star Wars in 1977.
Enter, if you dare, into the sordid, sleazy underworld of Z-studio slime and punishment, where orgies of the dead, cesspools of vice and shameless desires featured tantalizing titles, lurid artwork, daring advertising campaigns and overblown hype.