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Old 10-03-03, 11:03 AM
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2 recently released MUST OWN books for cult/horror movie fans!!

A heads up for any horror junkies or Japanese movie fanatics like myself here. There are two recentley released EXTERMELY interesting reference books out that should be a part of everyone's library.

The first is Fangoria:101 Best Horror Movies You'Ve Never Seen. I'm a horror junky, & this is a MUST HAVE book even if you consider yourself the most knowledgable of horror fans. It's loaded with movies even I have forgoten about. Has great trivia on every movie listed, tells you all 101 of their DVD availabitlity & is just a fun read.




The second & real gem of a book is The Yakuza Movie Book: A Guide to Japanese Gangster Films. I can't imagine being a cult film fan & not owning this wonderful guide to Japanese Cinema the book is so in-depth it is just a wonderful read. Written by Mark Schilliing, this is may be the most authoritative book on the Japanese underworld ever produced. In-depth profiles of the 7 most notable directors of the genre, as well as reviews of well over 100 films with critical commentaries.



I cannot recommend this books enough, especially the Yakuza book.
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wow!! thanks for the heads up guys!!! I saw the Fango book at Borders. to me it was just rehashing the same ole stuff....at least according to my book library. I passed. maybe if it had been hardcover.... nope....didnt seem to need that one.

now the other book you listed Sessa17....I want that...thank you!!

and gkleinman...that looks to be a fantastic book. I have about 4 books on Kurosawa.....but this looks essential.
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sessa17, thanks for bringing the Fangoria book to my attention, I saw a Fangoria magazine all aabout Fthe 13th, but it was all bent up so I didn't buy, does anyone know anywhere online I can get it?
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that Fangoria book looks awesome. I haven't been to a bookstore in a while, so I never heard about it. I'll check it out for sure!
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Thanks. I'll give the Fangoria book a look-see the next time I hit Barnes & Noble/Borders.

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