Great movie monsters never die. Whether in re-makes, sequels, or re-runs on late-night television, they continue to wreck havoc on an unsuspecting world and haunt the dreams of each new generation of horror fans. This book is the ultimate guide to 25 of the greatest movie monsters -- from King Kong to Dracula, Godzilla to the Blob, and Freddy Krueger to Edward Scissorhands. Each monster is discussed individually, with a filmography that highlights its major screen appearances, and a text that details important facts and fascinating trivia about that monster's film career. Illustrated throughout with classic images, rare movie posters, and behind-the-scenes photography.
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