Terry Bosky

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The Animated Universal Classic Monsters

A highly specialized book that may have a narrow audience. Hahn’s hilarious writing style, however, makes this one of the more amusing film reference works available.
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Vampires in Silent Cinema

Though written for academic audiences, this title is engaging. Movie buffs will appreciate the extra effort Rhodes makes to resurrect films lost to time.
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A Cut Below: A Celebration of B Horror Movies, 1950s–1980s

Ably captures the nostalgia of a time when horror buffs could walk into a video store and find all sorts of low- and no-budget gems on the shelves. A cool read.
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Mummy Movies: A Comprehensive Guide

A well-researched work with many entries that feature production stills and promotional artwork. There are plenty of treasures here for mummy enthusiasts.
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A Disturbance in the Force: How and Why the Star Wars Holiday Special Happened

Kozak presents a riveting look at an oft-maligned piece of Star Wars history, showing that some of it is just misunderstood.
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Neon Nightmares: L.A. Thrillers of the 1980s

While of obvious regional interest, this book’s informed and lively writing will play well everywhere.
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Monsters on the Couch: The Real Psychological Disorders Behind Your Favorite Horror Movies

From its deeper dives into classic horror archetypes to its spotlights on niche neurological disorders, this book will likely appeal to a variety of readers.
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The Truth Is Still Out There: Thirty Years of The X-Files

Best for die-hard fans of the show who are already familiar with the cult classic’s storylines and characters and are seeking a deeper dive.
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The Mummy’s Hand

Often as quirky as the movie it documents, this entry in the “Scripts from the Crypt” series is a great look at a B-horror film.
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