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Amicus: The Studio That Dripped Blood by Allan Bryce
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
AMICUS always stood in the shadow of the famous HAMMER-Studios. Finaly there is a book about this production-company, who made in the 60ties and 70ties british horror and fantasy B-movies. The book is expensive but worth its money. It covers every film with synopsis, credits, critical acounts and plenty of background informations.
If you like to know more about british horror cinema see also : "Ten Years of Terrer" from FAB-Press
AntiCristo: The Bible of Nasty Nun Sinema and Cult&hellip by Steve Fentone
3 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Nun's in film from Audrey Hepburn's "The Nun's Story" to Sexploitationmovie "Scared Flesh". More Nunploitation and Underground, than mainstream-Hollywood productions. The Publishers had proplems to find somebody who wanted to print the book because of his "strong" (?) content. Pretty difficult to understand for an european country in the 21st Century.....! The author collected a huge amount of informations about Nunploitation from films, over Comics, till theater and literatur. Never the less the structure of the book didn't convince me very much. A simple film by film listing with less general informations but deeper filmcoverage would have been more… Read more
Drums of Terror: Voodoo in the Cinema by Bryan Senn
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
as far as I know, there is no other filmbook covering Voodoo in the Cinema (there are some Zombi-film-books, but this is not the same as you know...) For any (horror-fantasy-)filmbook-freak this is a unique reference book with a nearly complete filmography from silentfilms till today