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The Reaper Man@Cult Labs 14th April 2008 06:23 PM

That mad nazi zombie on the run......Devil's something looks like a riot!

Delirium 14th April 2008 08:26 PM

For me, my favourite resource book has to be Adrian Luther Smith's Blood & Black Lace - and indispensable guide to Gialli.

bedorca 14th April 2008 08:36 PM

My current favourites are

Beyond Terror : The Films Of Lucio Fulci self explanatory
Art Of Darkness : The Cinema of Dario Argento self explanatory
and See No Evil The definitive booK on video nasties IMO.

Midnight Media also produced some fantastic genre books covering all aspects of the horror genre http://www.midnight-media.demon.co.uk/

Delirium 14th April 2008 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by bedorca (Post 2609)
My current favourites are

Beyond Terror : The Films Of Lucio Fulci self explanatory
Art Of Darkness : The Cinema of Dario Argento self explanatory
and See No Evil The definitive booK on video nasties IMO.

Good call, I got all 3 of those. Beyond Terror is just superb!

Sarah@Cult Labs 23rd June 2008 05:17 PM

Just started re-reading Danse Macabre by Stephen King. Although it focuses mostly on pre-1991 American horror it's still a great read and a great source of info on horror in American literature, film, television and radio.

He cracks a couple of good jokes too!

dougal 23rd June 2008 07:17 PM

I'm reading Eaten Alive - The History of Italian Zombie and Cannibal Films by Jay Slater. A highly entertaining read!

bedorca 24th June 2008 07:12 AM

I'm reading Gospel of the Living Dead, a really high brow, philosophical book on George A Romero's zombie flicks!!

And no I'm not being sarcastic!!! :cool:

Sarah@Cult Labs 24th June 2008 07:16 AM

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Originally Posted by bedorca (Post 8771)
I'm reading Gospel of the Living Dead, a really high brow, philosophical book on George A Romero's zombie flicks!!

And no I'm not being sarcastic!!! :cool:

I was going to get that a while back as I wrote an essay on Day of the Dead but I held off cos I was writing about the feminism aspect and the book seemed to be all about religion. Is it a good read? I might get hold of a copy anyway.

bedorca 24th June 2008 10:08 PM

Very entertaining. Fascinating analysis of the messages George is trying to get across

Heartily recommended! :)

Sarah@Cult Labs 25th June 2008 07:13 AM

I might get that for a summer holiday read then! Thanks! :D


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