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Horror Movies By Blake Moorman
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Horror Movies By Blake Moorman
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This is a book about horror movies.
At The Movies By Dee Dee Rivera
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Part 2 in the mini-series of the Adventures of Rosa and Mushmouth. Mushmouth is downtown and gets the idea to meet Martin and go to the movies. Martin agrees and tells Mushmouth to meet him at Rosa's... More > to go. So he does, but when he arrives, Martin isn't there. He goes looking for Martin and believes he is somewhere in the house. But is surprised when he looks in the bathroom and sees Rosa in the shower! This is the last time Rosa is seen in this book. Martin finally shows up and they go to the movies. But surprise, Martin tries to buy their tickets and discovers he cannot because he lost his money! So now what do they do? They cannot get into the movies without any money. Find out what happens and if they do finally get into the movie. It is a great story, and good for people of all ages.< Less
The Horror Movie Society By M Patton
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The Horror Movie Society allowed Rob and his friends to thwart adulthood for years, but real life has a way of hiding in the dark and clutching you unexpectedly. So do serial killers. Worried that... More > he's losing his friends, Rob reunites the Society for a horror movie marathon on Halloween night. But he may learn what it's like to lose everything. A loving and knowing tribute to the horror genre of the 70s/80s and the slacker era of the 90s, The Horror Movie Society reminds you that, whether you follow your dreams or just settle down, the ending is the same. Existential, funny, and genuine, this book may break your heart before pulling it out with a kitchen knife.< Less
My Favorite Horror Movie By Rob Robinson
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Guys shooting the bull around beer try to one-up each other with best horror movie category, but one stands out.
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The Greatest Horror Movie Ever Made By Paul Counelis
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WHAT IS THE GREATEST HORROR MOVIE EVER MADE? Paul Counelis tries to answer that impossible question by making the case for ten of the most popular horror flicks ever to terrorize the screen. Witty,... More > informative and thoughtful commentary highlight this collection. With “Greatest Horror Movie” lists by industry pros from writers, musicians, directors, horror hosts and actors. With a foreword by author Glen Birdsall and an amazing cover illustration by artist Roger Scholz!< Less
1000 Facts about Horror Movies By James Egan
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To prepare for the “Here’s Johnny” scene, Jack Nicholson would hop around shouting, “AXE MURDER KILL!” When The Blair Witch Project was released, the actors' parents... More > kept receiving sympathy cards from people who believed they were actually dead. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was the first horror film to win an Oscar. Dracula was the first horror film to have sound. The Exorcist was nominated for 10 Oscars. Freddy Kruger's father is played by Alice Cooper. In the novel, Frankenstein, it is never explained how the Monster is created. The Michael Myers mask in Halloween only cost $1.80. Jaws was the first film to earn $100 million. The poster for The Mummy is the most expensive film poster ever. It is worth nearly half a million dollars. Some critics worried that Night of the Living Dead would inspire cannibalism. In Hungary, Aliens is called "The Name of the Planet is Death!"< Less
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Movie Insider 10: Horror Special 2005 By David Bradforth
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With every October coming and going, we’re frequently faced with a series of lukewarm horror movies that believe the key to a good horror movie is plenty of blood, guts and gore all over the... More > place. But a good horror movie, an effective horror movie, is something so much more. It plays on your mind. Whether it’s the eerie music, or the location into which the horror is placed, there’s something about it that has you waking up in the middle of the night with an attack of the sweats.< Less