5 edition of Ten Years of Terror found in the catalog.
by Fab Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Harvey Fenton (Editor), David Flint (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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Even sleaze merchants like Peter Walker are now enjoying a critical revival, and 'Ten Years of Terror' helps explain why. 'Ten Years of Terror' is largely composed of in-depth film reviews, chronologically organised on a year-by-year basis, interspersed by generous, lavish colour sections.5/5(3).
The pic of the book featured in this review is the affordable trade softcover. This book weighs a ton and is, in a word, GORGEOUS. film entries, illustrations, 48 pages in full Ten Years of Terror book. It's beauty is only matched by the My previous review of Russell's Book of the Dead prompted me to start some reviews of the wonderful FAB PRESS /5.
'Ten Years of Terror' - a history of British horror cinema in the 70s - is not only very well written, but also a truly jaw-dropping book to look at. The meat, however, of course remains in the text.
During the s all things Italian - particularly the work of director Dario Argento - dominated the cult horror scene.5/5(2). Ten Years of Terror: British Horror Films of the s, edited by Harvey Fenton & David Flint (Fab Press,pp.).
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Praise “Superb and gracefully written Wright is one of the most lucid writers on the subject of Islamic extremism.” —The New York Review of Books “Few American writers understand the phenomenon of Islam-based terrorism better than writer Lawrence Wright.”USA Today.
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TEN YEARS OF TERROR is an extremely nicely presented, image-heavy book which dedicates + pages to British genre productions of the s; there are lots of great facts and insights, albeit with a fair few errors unfortunately making their way into the text.
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— Boston Globe. Katherine A. Powers. THE TERROR is both dazzling history and a sparkling chiller. — People. Caroline Leavitt/5().
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