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Title : Classics of Horror Film
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ISBN : 9780806509006
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 246 Pages
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  • Leila Anani
    2018-08-26 14:25

    The best thing about this are the illustrations - it's jam packed with B/W film stills many of which I have not seen published elsewhere. They are also a decent size, many taking up a full page - There's a wonderful full page image of the Brides of Dracula from the 1931 Lugosi film - But there are some obscure ones in here too like a still from the Vampire's Ghost (1945) and lots from Dracula's Daughter (1936).A book such as this is always going to be limited - it was written in 1974 and so only covers horror films before that. Still that can be a blessing since it gives more weight to films that get overlooked to fit in more modern classics. In terms of content it's heavily weighted towards Universal films and doesn't go into as much detail on Foreign offerings or the later end of it's timescale, although to be fair - studios like Hammer have books in their own right covering the same era.This is a great overview and covers all your genre archetypes - werewolves, vampires, mummies etc as well as having chapters dedicated to specific films. A great addition to any horror film library.