Creature Features: The Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Movie Guide

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BERKLEY Publishing Group, 2000 - Performing Arts - 596 pages
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With smash-hit films like The Blair Witch Project, The Sixth Sense, and The Phantom Menace breaking Hollywood records, it's obvious that sci-fi, fantasy and horror films are back--and bigger than ever before.

Updated to include the most recent movie mega-hits, Creature Features has it all--the shockers, schlockers, blockbusters, bombs, cult faves, rare gems, classics, groundbreakers, gorefests, space operas, sorcery, Euro-splatter, and everything in between. From features, made-for-televsion, and straight-to-video, here are all the films you love and hate; the films you forgot about and never knew existed. Horror and science fiction fans will find films that matter and films that splatter in one critical and humorous guide.

Featuring
* Thousands of capsulized reviews
* A five-star rating system
* Hundreds of obscure and rare titles
* Video distribution informaton (including mail order)
*Cross-references to secondary titles, sequels and tricky retitlings
* And more.

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Review: Creature Features: The Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Movie Guide

User Review  - Scott Shoyer - Goodreads

This guide is full of factual & editorial errors & there's many films not listed in this one that should be. Very disappointing!! Read full review

Review: Creature Features: The Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Movie Guide

User Review  - Jason Coffman - Goodreads

Stanley's guide was unquestionably an invaluable guide to genre film before the internet, and it's still an interesting volume to flip through. Unfortunately, Stanley's wildly inconsistent star ... Read full review

Contents

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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (2000)

John Stanley hosted the popular Creature Features TV series in the San Francisco Bay area for six years. He has covered the science fiction, fantasy, and horror scene for the San Francisco Chronicle for more than thirty years. He has interviewed dozens of superstars and genre stars.

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