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Life and Films of Michael Curtiz By Barrie Pattison
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Michael Curtiz was the most successful film director of all time. His importance only began to be appreciated after his death, as his Casablanca assumed the central place in our awareness of... More > Hollywood. Curtiz also did the great Errol Flynn adventures, film noir's Mildred Pearce, Jimmy Cagney and Elvis Presley's greatest hits, the first Hungarian film, more movies in Technicolor than any other director. His passion for his work is unmistakable. Barrie Pattison and John Howard Reid have delved into the great wealth of the Curtiz films - an intimidating two hundred of them - to explore these, their times and the man who created them.< Less
Halloween Machine - Fall Special 2019 By Paul Counelis
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This issue! SON OF FRANKENSTEIN BORIS AND BELA: THE UNIVERSAL YEARS SPOTLIGHT: ARTIST JULIANNA HUDZIK VINTAGE HALLOWEEN ADS ... More > MR. BOOGEDY DISNEY’S HALLOWEEN TREAT HALLOWEEN STORE SIGHTINGS MY FAVORITE HALLOWEEN WHAT I’VE LEARNED FROM HOME HAUNTS Plus poems, stories, pics from Paul Counelis, Kurtis Primm, Kiddferd P, Cecil Neighbarger, Audri Counelis and more! Painted front cover by Julianna Hudzik!< Less
VARNEY THE VAMPIRE; OR; THE FEAST OF BLOOD-VOLUME 3 By James Malcolm Rymer
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James Malcolm Rymer likely wrote Varney, though some give the credit to Thomas Preskett Prest. Different from the suave, Bela Lugosi portrayal of a vampire, Varney is an uncompromising villain bent... More > on the slacking of his unholy thirst for blood. Varney appears as a rotting, rapacious corpse skulking through the night in search of that crimson liquid that gives him both succor and sustainance. Despite being a major progenitor of vampire fiction in the English-speaking world, Varney remains in Dracula's shadow of greater popularity. Somehow, one thinks Varney prefers the shadow to the limelight the Count apparently so enjoys. (Volume 3 of 3)< Less
Finding the Super-Hero Within By Kurt Edward Larson
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The true story of a one-time womanizing geek-cliche and his journey to figure out what love is. Little did he know the equation contained all the variables of his past that somehow added up to The... More > Angel. It's also about Star Wars. Disneyland. Fathers. Batman. The Beatles. An Inability to Hang Shelves. Having a Catch. The Muppets. Getting Cut From a Steven Spielberg Movie. Jeff Buckley. Divorce. Pearl Jam. Starbucks. Bela Lugosi. And the inexplicable reasoning behind the purchase of a Wampa Rug. Finding the Super-Hero Within is a modern-day romance that doesn't have any of the typical episodes you'd expect from a made up story. Instead, it features the kinds of ups and downs everyone goes through while searching for someone special. Consumed with guilt and regret, sometimes you realize that allowing someone else to love you is the biggest challenge of all. And how you get there can be both painful and humorous...< Less
The Glastonbury Spirit and other tales of the supernatural By Tony Hill
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Stranded in a blizzard at an old inn in the Peak District a group of travellers gather by the fire, each with an extraordinary tale of the supernatural to tell, in which we encounter: a soldier... More > suffering from PTSD, haunted by soldiers from World War 1; the last day of Jack the Ripper, who, over 120 years later, possesses the soul of his descendent, a corrupt Tory MP; Bela and Lugosi, a Goth couple who encounter death disco dancers and ghost sailors; a teacher, housebound after being savagely attacked, who falls to Google Earth and encounters cyber ghosts; metal thieves who incur the wrath of an iron giant; and finally a drop out student suffering from depression whose soul is saved by the beautiful spirit of Glastonbury Festival. By twisted turns, spine-tingling, spooky, moving, enchanting and interlaced with dark humour throughout, The Glastonbury Spirit and other tales of the supernatural, takes the traditional English ghost story and drags it, kicking and screaming and howling, into the 21st Century.< Less