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Author Topic: Studies in Terror: Landmarks of Horror Cinema  (Read 2084 times)

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Studies in Terror: Landmarks of Horror Cinema
« on: 25 Nov 2011 - 13:09 »

Anyone got this? Looks like it could be alright.



Acclaimed critic and broadcaster Jonathan Rigby brings his trademark wit and insight to bear on 130 of the key moments in screen horror.

His scope is wide, ranging from silent masterworks like Nosferatu and The Cabinet of Dr Caligari to such 21st century milestones as The Descent and Let the Right One In. In between, he scrutinises the achievements of Universal in the 1930s and Hammer in the 1960s. Lavishly illustrated, the result is a beautifully presented history of international horror cinema that's as entertaining as it is informative.


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Studies-Terror-Landmarks-Horror-Cinema/dp/0956653448
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Re: Studies in Terror: Landmarks of Horror Cinema
« Reply #1 on: 03 Jan 2012 - 10:12 »

This is down to £11.02 on amazon.co.uk with FREE delivery, can't say fairer than that!  :'(

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Studies-Terror-Landmarks-Horror-Cinema/dp/0956653448
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