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Your favorite Film Books; And mags, pamphlets, fanzines, etc
Topic Started: Jun 21 2009, 12:47 AM (3,274 Views)
bdc
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Very nice! :up:
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dodo
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Jul 8 2013, 08:55 PM
Very nice! :up:

This looks very nice:

http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/book-2.php?id=978-0-7864-6976-5
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dodo
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I didn't like Troy Howarth’s Bava book so much, but I’m going to buy this one for sure:

http://www.midmar.com/exploitationsodeadly.html
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Here's a book that has quickly become one of my faves! XEROX FEROX is an 800 page tome about the horror and exploitation movie fanzines that most of us used to read in the old days. There's about 50 chapters and each chapter has a piece on a different zine and interviews the original editor. Needless to say it's fun ready interviews with guys in their 40s/50s talking about zines they did 20-30 years ago. It's a great read and I highly recommend it. I got mine from Amazon at £14 + pp.

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A fave of mine


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The interest in print media is going back and back I guess but are there any current movie fanzines that you like to read? Of course I'm following the woof magazin and I really like it.

I'm tired of reading everything up in the internet, I spend enough time infront of the PC already, would be nice if I could shift my movie hobby a little bit more into the offline world.
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