puts most quality presses to shame. Stephen Thrower dissects every aspect of Fulci's work, resulting in a satisfyingly intelligent, eminently readable book that is complemented by some truly great illustrations and a great look. -- Headpress
Beautifully presented, Beyond Terror
is just stunning. Thrower's urbane, witty and knowledgeable style captures the very essence of Fulci's work with a rare and zesty perception. Extremely well thought out in terms of display illustrations and genre groupings of Fulci's cinematic history, the stills and poster reproductions will have every Fulci fan slavering. It is clearly an important definitive work by a person who knows what he's talking about and who can put it all across superbly. -- Alan Jones, Shivers
If you're a Fulci fanatic, you'd better grab this hefty volume ASAP. This is a coffee-table book for the true cult-movie deviant. I doubt there will ever be a finer, more insightful book on Fulci's career. -- Shock Cinema
Painstakingly and accurately researched, not to mention lavishly illustrated throughout, this book gives a remarkable insight into Fulci's work. Beyond Terror
is the definitive book on the deranged movie genius of Lucio Fulci. Superb stuff. -- Kerrang!
Quite simply the most beautiful book on a horror subject I have ever seen. With its heavy paper stock and generous colour inserts, on looks alone this book sets a very, very high standard for genre filmographies. And genuine dedication, research and attention to detail can be found under these gorgeous trappings. Rush out for a copy as if your very life depended on it. -- David Miller, Shivers
The most visually spectacular, graphically arresting fantasy film book yet published. Thrower makes a persuasive case that Fulci's freakish body of work deserves the scrupulous scrutiny he lovingly bestows upon it. Thrower's text is complemented by an awesome assemblage of illustrations, and extensive filmographies compiled by Julian Grainger will have even the most dedicated list-makers revising their records. Beyond Terror
belongs in the library of every self-respecting shock connoisseur. -- Fangoria
This beautifully-illustrated homage to Italy's master of the macabre continues FAB Press' run of superb tributes to freaky cinema. "Violence is Italian art!" claimed Fulci, in a statement Joe Pesci would be proud of, and went on to prove it with The Beyond, Zombie Flesh-Eaters and The New York Ripper. Intensely detailed, with a massive appendix section and a visually awesome assembly of stills, lobby cards and posters, it's a must-have for serious students of cinema and gore-crazed freaks alike. -- Bizarre
This exhaustive, beautifully designed and substantial book is liable to stand as the last word on the man. After the revolution, every director of interest will rate a book as lovingly rendered and definitive as this. -- Empire
This must be the most exquisite book ever written. Beautifully illustrated throughout, each section of Fulci's career is covered in utmost detail. -- Media Scene
This stunning career overview covers Fulci's considerable genre output and his less well-known work as a comedy director. Thrower is an obvious enthusiast, eager to convert non-believers. Mercifully, he's also enough of a realist to admit that not all of Fulci's films are pure gold, which results in a healthy balance of praise and considered criticism. As the back cover points out, the book contains adult material, some of which could shock those unfamiliar with Fulci's work. You have been warned! -- Film Review
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