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Hollywood Pride: A Celebration of LGBTQ+ Representation and Perseverance in Film

Beautifully illustrated and engaging, this supremely well-written book will appeal to cinephiles and serve as a valuable, essential, and much-consulted resource.

Forbidden Cocktails: Libations Inspired by the World of Pre-Code Hollywood

A unique addition to the bar carts of cinephiles and cocktail enthusiasts alike. Film and cocktail enthusiasts looking for more inspiration may also enjoy Eddie Muller’s Noir Bar: Cocktails Inspired by the World of Film Noir.
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Cosplay the Marvel Way: A Guide to Costuming Culture and Crafting Basics

A comprehensive, beginner-friendly guide to the exciting and creative universe of Marvel cosplay.
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Clueless: The Official Cookbook

A solid cookbook with a lot of ’90s nostalgia.
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Sip Me, Baby, One More Time: Cocktails Inspired by Pop Music’s Iconic Women

Swifties in particular will want to take note, but so will other readers looking for a few fun drinks.

From the Moment They Met It Was Murder: ‘Double Indemnity’ and the Rise of Film Noir

Film lovers will eat up this book about Double Indemnity’s true-crime origins.

50 Oscar Nights: Iconic Stars & Filmmakers on Their Career-Defining Wins

In only four pages of text for each award winner, the book captures the strong feelings of camaraderie among the tight-knit film community, the tension-filled waiting period, the elation of victory, and the after-party giddiness or loneliness that the interviewees experienced. Highly recommended.
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Christmas in the Movies (Revised & Expanded Edition): 35 Classics To Celebrate the Season

A holiday treat about Christmas films that will make the perfect reading gift year-round.
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Koreatown Dreaming: Stories & Portraits of Korean Immigrant Life

Recommended for anyone interested in the experiences of Korean Americans. For a more detailed exploration of the topic, consider Koreatown, Los Angeles: Immigration, Race, and the “American Dream” by Shelley Sang-Hee Lee.
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