Cult Movies: The Classics, the Sleepers, the Weird, and the Wonderful

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Gramercy Books, 1981 - Performing Arts - 402 pages
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Film buffs will devour this guide to over one hundred of the most popular and controversial cult films ever made. From the silent film era to the present, it includes such classics as All About Eve, Tarzan and His Mate, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

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Review: Cult Movies: The Classics, the Sleepers, the Weird, and the Wonderful

User Review  - Matthew Krause - Goodreads

I recently had lunch with my best friend, and after exchanging the usual pleasantries, we fell right into our favorite topic--what movies we had seen. Ever since college, movies have been a constant ... Read full review

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User Review  - TrumanCoyote - Goodreads

Oh well--at least he had something good to say about Joe Bob Briggs. Plus he mentioned a Fredric Brown story. But he's sort of a commie--not to mention a prissy prig. Particularly ludicrous was the ... Read full review

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About the author (1981)

Danny Peary has written many books on sports and cinema. He presently writes for former baseball star and current sports analyst Tim McCarver's TV show, and he has teamed up with McCarver on several books. Peary lives in New York City.

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