Dec 03, 2021
Videohound's Cult Flicks and Trash Pics
Posted by Carol A. Schwartz

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  • Title: Videohound's Cult Flicks and Trash Pics
  • Author: Carol A. Schwartz
  • ISBN: 9781578591138
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • Videohound's Cult Flicks and Trash Pics Best Read || [Carol A. Schwartz] - Videohound's Cult Flicks and Trash Pics, Videohound s Cult Flicks and Trash Pics Fans of offbeat classics fringe cinema and midnight mondo sleaze will gravitate to this new and improved version of VideoHound s Cult Flicks Trash Pics Cult diva and connoisseur of mongrel video Car

    Jeremy

    By and large, the VideoHound movie books are pretty good The reviews are amusing without being irritating, plots are breezily recounted, and their opinions are often refreshingly against the grain Through them I ve discovered many fun films So far this volume remains my favorite One problem with this series far too many indexes I d rather they leave that sort of thing to the Internet Movie Database, and fill those pages with reviews Otherwise, this is reference at its most readable.


    Phillip Lozano

    Snarky but lightweight and bland, with an off putting, dismissive mainstream sensibility Far too many staggering errors and omissions to be taken as authoritative 300 pages of indexes but no room for William Castle s complete oeuvre This is a problem with all of the Videohound series For cinema dilettantes only.


    Bree

    I browsed through this one night to see if I was familar with some of the movies I had seen some growing up when the 80 s made really bad midnight movies There were some I didn t think belonged in there at all and some I thought would be in there but were not Short plot retellings, listing of cast, awards, year, format are all given as well as Videohound s score.


    Ryan

    I have searched but never found the perfect movie guide book It seems that books like this are dying off now that we have online databases and blog spots that do the job for free This series is accessible and I agree with the reviews much often than I do with Leonard Maltin I used to refer to this one when looking for DVDs to buy If only Robin Bougie would write one of these It would be the greatest movie review book ever.


    Jackie "the Librarian"

    Here s where you ll find the best trashy movies An essential purchase for fans of Japanese monster movies and homicidal baby flicks Oddly enough, my favorite movie, It s a Wonderful Life is included I never thought of Jimmy Stewart as being on the fringe.


    Bryce Wilson

    Invaluable, can t count the number of times it saved my bacon When I m running late for a deadline and have no idea what film to write about I often just flip through the book and then put my finger down at random.


    Pewterbreath

    Strangely this book feels dated, however, if you re looking for a guide to cult films before 1995, there is no better guide even if the internet makes this book essentially unnecessary.


    Amie O'connor

    I never knew so many weird and twisted movies existed There are several I plan to see.


    Ann

    Guide to all cinema perverse and horrid.



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