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Euro Horror

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Euro Horror

 

NASCHY! FRANCO! ARGENTO! BAVA! ROLLIN!

From the best selling team at We Belong Dead magazine comes their latest book covering the weird and wonderful world of Euro Horror! Featuring: Blood soaked gialli! Italian gothic horror! French erotic vampires! German silent horrors!

Over 350 pages in glorious full colour, large format paperback. Illustrated with hundreds of stills, posters and lobby cards.


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Die Laughing!
The Dark Side Guide to Comedy Horror Movies

Die Laughing!

 

Whatever your tastes in either comedy or horror, you’ll be laughing here: From the sophisticated black comedy of James Whale’s The Old Dark House to the gory excesses of Troma films and Peter Jackson’s Bad Taste and Braindead. From Abbott and Costello’s meetings with various classic Universal monsters to Bob Hope wisecracking about zombies in The Ghost Breakers, there’s something for everyone in this latest Dark Side tome.

Packed with never-before-published stills and posters, Die Laughing really is a scream, and also an essential purchase for any discerning reader who enjoys being scared to death and having a laugh at the same time.

Full colour throughout!


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Terror Tales (paperback)
...From the Classic House of Hammer Magazine!

Terror Tales (paperback)

 

The very best comic-strip bits of 1970s classic House of Hammer magazine - includes 21 terrifying tales of devilish doings, ghastly goings-on, murky mayhem and the blackest humour! All gathered together in great 'n' gory graphic detail in this brand new paperback edition. Presented in an 80 page, A4, paperback format. A must for fans and collectors alike.


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Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out
Hardback, illustrated

Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out

 

The definitive biography of internationally-renowned film director Roman Polanski, famed for classics such as Rosemary’s Baby, Chinatown, The Pianist and Oliver Twist. From his upbringing in war-torn Poland, through his entanglement in the notorious Hollywood slaying of his then wife, Sharon Tate, to his flight from American justice on a charge of child rape, Polanski’s life has been as colourful and controversial as his movies. In this illustrated 366-page book, best-selling author Denis Meikle sheds new light into the dark corners of Polanski’s life and career.


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A Celebration of Peter Cushing

A Celebration of Peter Cushing

 

Back by popular demand! From the team that brought you the mighty 70s Monster Memories and Unsung Horrors, here’s another chance to get your hands on this giant film book for genre fans and collectors alike. A Celebration of Peter Cushing is 300 pages on the life and films of the Gentleman of Horror. A true labour of love by Eric McNaughton and his team at ‘We Belong Dead’, this large format paperback is A4 and full colour throughout and packed with stills, posters and lobbies.

Foreword by Veronica Carlson.

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Witches, Bitches and Banshees: (Hardback)

Witches, Bitches and Banshees: (Hardback)

The British Films of American International Pictures

 

Author John Hamilton (Beasts in the Cellar) has distilled over two decades of research and 60 interviews into this mighty tome about the British films of American International Pictures. From Horrors of the Black Museum to Circus of Horrors, from Rocket to the Moon to City Under the Sea, from Horror House to Madhouse, this superb title covers the whole period in loving detail. Available in hardback and paperback editions - order now to avoid disappointment.

354 Pages! 8.5” x 11” format. Over 850 images!

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Witches, Bitches and Banshees: (Paperback)

Witches, Bitches and Banshees: (Paperback)

The British Films of American International Pictures

 

Author John Hamilton (Beasts in the Cellar) has distilled over two decades of research and 60 interviews into this mighty tome about the British films of American International Pictures. From Horrors of the Black Museum to Circus of Horrors, from Rocket to the Moon to City Under the Sea, from Horror House to Madhouse, this superb title covers the whole period in loving detail. Available in hardback and paperback editions - order now to avoid disappointment.

354 Pages! 8.5” x 11” format. Over 850 images!

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Stalking Pictures:

Stalking Pictures:

A Dark Side Guide to Slasher Movies!

 

Delve inside these bloodstained pages to discover definitive chapters on all of the slice and dice heavyweights, from Halloween and Friday the 13th to The Hills Have Eyes, A Nightmare on Elm Street and Scream. Plus the Chucky movies and forgotten slashers of the 1980s such as Visiting Hours, Happy Birthday To Me and Pieces. There’s even a chapter on the best giallo slashers. An essential purchase for collectors and genre fans alike.

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Television Terrors:

Television Terrors:

A History of Horror on the Small Screen

 

Editor Allan Bryce has enlisted some of today’s most highly respected genre authors to tell the full story of shocks on the box. Each one brings their unique style and knowledge to their specialist subject. Beautifully illustrated throughout, with never-before-published stills, posters and candid behind-the-scenes photographs, this lavish book is an essential purchase for any fan of the dark side of the small screen!

178 pages, large format, full colour throughout.

 

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British Horror Films: Beyond Hammer and Amicus

British Horror Films: Beyond Hammer and Amicus

Edited by Allan Bryce

 

British Horror Films: Beyond Hammer and Amicus is an exhaustively researched and stunningly illustrated book on the many other great British horror movies made by companies such as Tigon and Tyburn, and cult directors such as Pete Walker, Terence Fisher and Freddie Francis. Allan Bryce has enlisted some of today’s most highly respected genre authors – each one bringing their unique style and knowledge to their specialist subject. Profusely illustrated throughout, with never-before-published stills, posters, lobby cards and candid photographs, this lavish book is an essential purchase for any fan of British horror films!

182 pages, large format, full colour throughout.

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Hammer: The Haunted House of Horror

Hammer: The Haunted House of Horror

By Denis Meikle

 

Hammer: The Haunted House of Horror tells the story of the rise, fall and rise again of Hammer Films, revealing the full drama behind its hits and misses, with contributions from many of Hammer’s key players. Revised and updated from A History of Horrors by Dark Side contributor Denis Meikle, it is profusely illustrated in full colour throughout, with never-before-published stills, posters, lobby cards and artwork. This lavish special is the definitive history of Britain’s most famous cinematic monster-maker - and a must for every Hammer fan!

178 pages, large format, full colour throughout.

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Amicus: The Friendly Face of Fear

Amicus: The Friendly Face of Fear

By Allan Bryce

 

Amicus: The Friendly Face of Fear tells the complete story of Amicus’s 20 year creative period. You will also learn of the behind-the-scenes troubles that eventually tore the company apart, leading to a bitter and extended legal battle between the two former partners. Profusely illustrated in full colour throughout, with never- before-published stills, posters, lobby cards, flyers, candid photographs and unused artwork, this lavish book is the definitive history of a major independent studio, and every horror fan’s dream.

166 pages, large format, full colour throughout.

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Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

A Kind of Illusion By Denis Meikle

 

In this exciting screen biography, internationally acclaimed film critic Denis Meikle explores Johnny Depp's career from his breakthrough roles in Edward Scissorhands, and What's Eating Gilbert Grape, via the classic performances such as Ed Wood, Dead Man, Donnie Brasco, Sleepy Hollow and From Hell through to box-office smashes Pirates of the Caribbean, and Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd.

Paperback, shrink wrapped.

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