Creeping Flesh: The Horror Fantasy Film Book, Volume 1

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David Kerekes
Headpress, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 160 pages
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Horror and fantasy cinema from around the world with a distinctive retro sensibility, "Creeping Flesh" focuses upon obscure and vilified horror movies, the discovery of "lost" films, and an appreciation of exploitation.

Contents include: An interview with Alan Birkinshaw, director of the surreal drug and schoolgirl opus, "Killer's Moon"; The forgotten inspiration for "The Wicker Man," and Robin Hardy's disastrous follow-up "The Fantasist"; The lifting of the ban on Ray Brady's controversial "Boy Meets Girl"; Bill Landis and Michelle Clifford on the seminal film zine "Sleazoid Express," and the grindhouse theaters of old Times Square; plus an overview of BBC television fantasy of the '70s, now gaining cult popularity on both sides of the Atlantic.

 

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