Author(s): Kim Newman; James Marriott
Packed with photographs of the most terrifying scenes in cinema history, this book is the definitive guide tracing the story of horror, decade-by-decade. Providing a witty and informative critique of over 300 films and several TV series and the literature that accompanies them, this offers a superb introduction for beginners as well as something new for the die-hard horror fan.
Horror is one of the most popular and influential genres in cinema, a perennial favourite that just won't stay dead. Initially banned or shunned creations are now regarded as movie milestones with cult appeal. This book covers the hidden gems, big-budget duds and foreign contributions of the Horror scene. Whether you're a seasoned, horror expert or a tentative horror explorer, this is the ultimate guide through a century of fear.