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by Roger Corman,Gary Gerani

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ISBN:
1600107079
Author:
Roger Corman,Gary Gerani
Category:
Movies
Language:
English
Publisher:
IDW Publishing (November 9, 2010)
Pages:
192 pages
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Published on January 2, 2014.

Gary Gerani (Author), Roger Corman (Introduction). Published on January 2, 2014.

Gary Gerani's 'Top 100 Horror Movies' was published in November of 2010 with an introduction by Roger Corman. Gary Gerani is the screenwriter of 'Pumpkinhead' (1988) and 'Vampirella' (1996), and the author of 'Fantastic Television'. Gary Gerani is the screenwriter of 'Pumpkinhead' (1988) and 'Vampirella' (1996), and the author of 'Fantastic Television'

Top 100 Horror Movies book. Gary Gerani has compiled his subjective ranking of what he considers the greatest, most influential horror movies of the last hundred years

Top 100 Horror Movies book. Gary Gerani has compiled his subjective ranking of what he considers the greatest, most influential horror movies of the last hundred years. As with any compilation like this, subjectivity is the most important thing to keep in consideration. So this asshole doesn’t think that films is good enough?

Screenwriter/film historian Gary (Pumpkinhead) Gerani presents and . This super-colorful overview contains over 600 rare visuals, and features a brand-new introduction by celebrated horror movie director Roger Corman.

Screenwriter/film historian Gary (Pumpkinhead) Gerani presents and evaluates the cinema's most celebrated shockers, from silent classics to today's gleefully audacious gorefests. Komentari čitalaca - TOP 100 HORROR MOVIES. 9 - 4 7, 9, 3, 5. Zatvori Pošalji. Bram stokers death ship.

Gary Gerani is a screenwriter, author, noted film and TV historian, and children's product developer. He is best known for his contribution as co-writer of the Stan Winston-directed horror classic Pumpkinhead and his groundbreaking 1977 nonfiction book Fantastic Television. Over the years he's created various comic books and a record number of trading card sets, working for the famous Topps Company. His graphic novels include Dinosaurs Attack! (inspired by his own Topps cards) and Bram Stoker's Death Ship, an untold story of the Dracula legend.

Dorothy Gale is swept away from a farm in Kansas to a magical land of Oz in a tornado and embarks on a quest with her new friends to see the Wizard who can help her return home to Kansas and help her friends as well. A troubled boy dives into a wondrous fantasy world through the pages of a mysterious book.

Corman would become American International Pictures in-house director and with them, he would lead the way in making movies economically and intelligently.

Scorsese, Nicholson, Towne, Coppola and many more learned their trade by working for and with Corman and later, his producing partner and wife (and trailblazer in her own right), Julie Corman. Corman would become American International Pictures in-house director and with them, he would lead the way in making movies economically and intelligently. Later, he would start his own studio, New World, an imprint that defined the 1970s lust for harder, sexier and violent indie fare and still later Concorde and New Concorde.

Every fan plays the game...what’s the best movie of all time, the second best, and did my favorite make it into the “Top 100”? Fantastic Press proudly launches an exciting new series of gift books that colorfully explore popular motion picture genres, reviewing and ranking the best each genre has to offer. With imaginative, full-color layouts and a sense of spirited fun, each book in this custom-designed series begins with coverage of Movie #100, then suspensefully “ascends” to the Number One choice! Along the way, avid readers are treated to rare photos and posters, priceless information, and never-before published cultural artifacts. For the first Fantastic Press offering, it’s horror against horror in the ultimate scary movie match-up. Screenwriter/film historian Gary (Pumpkinhead) Gerani presents and evaluates the cinema’s most celebrated shockers, from silent classics to today’s gleefully audacious gorefests. This super-colorful overview contains over 600 rare visuals, and features a brand-new introduction by celebrated horror movie director Roger Corman.
  • Mitynarit
Great photos, wonderful lay out, and delightful text. The only thing that could be nit-picked is the exact order of his ranking. No doubt, your top ten, top 100, or #1 ranking and his are likely to be a little different. That being said, all 100 that he lists are worthy of special attention, and this is a great way to find out new "must see" films for your netflix list. The other two books (Top 100 Sci-fi and also Top 100 Fantasy) are also equally fun. I hope he does more.
  • Malojurus
Excellent Book on Horror Movies. Though I might disagree with some of the rankings, this book is awesome as both a guide and pictorial history of Horror Cinema!
  • VizoRRR
You never know what to expect with this type of volume, i was pleasantly surprised by this book, writing is concise and to the point, fun behind the story facts are included along with rare photos. So many great glossy photos, all the info you want the who, when, where and why of how each film was made. All horror fans buy this book!!
  • Zehaffy
A good read.
  • Blacknight
Great reading
  • Pettalo
Great fun to read!
  • generation of new
I was just excited that it rated Horror of Dracula as #1 because I love that movie but The Exorcist has always been my favorite horror film. I saw this book in a bookstore and wanted it and thought it was too expensive. Much cheaper through Amazon so I went ahead and bought it. If you like horror films it's a nice book to have around.
A Fresh look at these movies, witty, insightful writing, a great book for the horror movie fan, nice guide for the devoted and casual fan alike. Great pictures add to the pleasure, a book you can read and re-read again and again! Must have for the true Horror film buff!