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TV & Film

A fun and fascinating collection of books and DVDs about TV and film, with special emphasis on cult classics and golden age serials.

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  1. HUNG, DRAWN AND EXECUTED The Horror Art of Graham Humphreys

    Regular Price: $45.00

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    Graham Humphreys' career as a poster artist looms large over horror cinema. From designing the iconic Evil Dead poster to Nightmare on Elm Street and House of a Thousand Corpses, his work is familiar to everyone. With more than 40 years experience he is one of the few contemporary illustrators using the traditional medium of gouache to paint his images. Includes previously unseen work: paintings, drawings, and color studies. Learn More
  2. STANLEY KUBRICK'S 2001 A Space Odyssey
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    From the dawn of man to outer space to contact with mysterious alien forces, 2001 takes the viewer on an epic, unforgettable, mind-expanding journey. This collection is part of the Making of a Masterpiece series, offering an impressive oversized softcover and a completely remastered DVD of the film. Here is a glimpse of film stills, behind-the-scenes photographs, screenplay drafts, and other exclusive material from Stanley Kubrick's archives. Background about the making of the film, interviews with Kubrick, and an illustrated biography and filmography. Learn More
  3. ALFRED HITCHCOCK The Complete Films

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    Meet the inventor of modern horror, suspense, and innovative filmmaking--the directoral equivalent of Will Eisner. This complete guide to the Hitchcock canon is a movie buff’s dream: from his 1925 debut The Pleasure Garden to 1976’s swan song Family Plot, this traces the filmmaker’s entire life and career. Detailed behind-the scenes essays for each of Hitchcock’s 53 movies, along with behind-the camera, on-set photos. With triumphs such as Rebecca, Vertigo, Rear Window, and Psycho, and of course, The Birds, Hitchcock fashioned a new level of cinematic intrigue and fear through careful pacing, subtlety, and suggestiveness. Learn More
  4. STANLEY KUBRICK'S BARRY LYNDON
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    Based on William Thackeray’s picaresque novel of 1844, the story of a social-climbing opportunist (Ryan O’Neal) who succeeds in marrying a beautiful aristocrat far above his social station (Marisa Berenson), only to see his gains undone by avarice and spite. Considered to be not only among Kubrick's finest achievements but a cinematic masterpiece without equal. Includes film stills, behind-the-scenes photographs, screenplay drafts, and other exclusive material from Stanley Kubrick’s archives; background about the making of the film, interviews with Kubrick, and an illustrated biography and filmography; a fold-out film poster; and a complete DVD of the remastered film. Learn More
  5. STANLEY KUBRICK'S A CLOCKWORK ORANGE
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    This collection is part of the Making of a Masterpiece series, offering a behind-the-scene glimpse into cinematic milestones.Includes: film stills, behind-the-scenes photographs, screenplay drafts, and other exclusive material from Stanley Kubrick’s archives; background about the making of the film, interviews with Kubrick, and an illustrated biography and filmography; a fold-out film poster; and a complete DVD of the remastered film. Based on the futuristic novel by Anthony Burgess--a masterwork of cinematic satire. Learn More
  6. RICK BAKER METAMORPHOSIS Slipcased Set 1950-2019
    $250.00

    This deluxe two-volume set, a massive 17 pounds, explores seven-time Academy Award-winner Rick Baker’s 40-plus-year journey as a special makeup effects artist. Features a foreword by John Landis, a preface by Peter Jackson, and an introduction by Baker himself. Chronicles the career of the legendary special effects and makeup artist, best known for his creature effects and designs. 1,600 four-color images and original sketches, from his early days as a young “monster maker,” creating body parts in his parents’ kitchen, to his more than seventy film and television credits.

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  7. THE TWILIGHT MAN Rod Serling and The Birth of Television

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    "An unexpectedly poignant and cleverly observed graphic novel treatment of Serling's life and career..." says Joe Dante, Director of Gremlins and Twilight Zone: The Movie. We remember Rod Serling as our sharply dressed, cigarette-smoking tour guide of The Twilight Zone, but the entertainment business once regarded him as the "Angry Young Man" of Television. Before he became the revered master of science fiction. Learn More
  8. The Secret History of Science Fiction and Fantasy

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    Science fiction and fantasy reign over popular culture now. But it wasn't always thus. Lost Transmissions is a rich trove of forgotten and unknown, imagined-but-never-finished, and under-appreciated-but-influential works, as well as little-known information, revealed in nice bite-sized chapters. Larger sections examine Film & TV, Literature, Art, Music, Fashion, Architecture, and Pop Culture, with dozens of smaller pieces in each section. 75 essays by 30 contributors including Neil Gaiman, Paul Tremblay and William Gibson! Learn More
  9. HARRYHAUSEN The Lost Movies

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    Known for his iconic stop-motion creatures, Ray Harryhausen was at the forefront of Hollywood special effects for much of the 20th century. His films include One Million Years B.C., Clash of the Titans and Jason and the Argonauts, among others. But for every film that reaches the big screen, half a dozen projects are never realized. This explores Harryhausen's unrealized films, including unused ideas, projects he turned down and scenes that ended up on the cutting room floor. Never-been-seen-before artwork, sketches, photos and test footage from the Harryhausen Foundation archives. Learn More
  10. FUTURE SHOCK! The Story of 2000 AD DVD
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    Great Britain, end of the '70s: with the birth of indie upstart 2000AD, fans were introduced to visionary talent like Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman, Grant Morrison and Mark Millar, and Rogue Trooper, Halo Jones and Judge Dredd. Yet what happened next to this nihilistic, ultra-violent universe may be the biggest shocker of all. This is the "brilliant" (Flickfeast), "essential" (ScreenAnarchy.com) and "scurrilous" (Empire) story of the galaxy's greatest comic, featuring interviews with editors, writers, artists and fans. Learn More

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