Terry Bosky

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Queer Horror: A Film Guide

An essential reference guide with engaging writing that shines. This is an exhaustive and valuable encyclopedia of the hits and misses of queer horror cinema. Genre fans will find plenty of titles to add to their watchlist.
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‘The Crow’: The Life, Death, and Rebirth of a Classic Film, Revised and Updated

A complete, highly detailed guide to a cult classic and a critical analytical look at film safety practices.
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Bride of Frankenstein: The Definitive History of the Horror Classic

Entertaining and well-researched. Best for general readers.
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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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