Horror Movie Freak

You'll scream with delight while reading this fun and engaging book that discusses fright flicks all horror fans need to see to ascend to the level of a true Horror Freak —from classics (Dracula and Psycho) to modern movies (Drag Me to Hell) and lesser-known gems (Dog Soldiers).

Movies are divided into various categories including Asian horror, beginners, homicidal slashers, supernatural thrillers, and zombie invasion. Features more than 130 movies, 250+ photos of movie stills and posters, and a chapter on remakes and reimaginings. The book also includes the DVD of George A. Romero's original 1968 version of "Night of the Living Dead."

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By Angie (The United States) · ★★★★☆ · September 04, 2010
For the most part, a well-written and very interesting guide to some of the best movies -- well known, cult, and unknown -- that every horror fan should check out. The book's divided into several different subgenres, with plenty of full-colour pictures and great quotes.

One quibble: some of the m... ...more
By Joe (Philadelphia, PA) · ★★★★★ · December 02, 2014
Awesome collection and information of classic and newer horror movies. Loved that it came with the original Night of the living dead. A must have for horror movie buffs. ...more
By Challa (Jacksonville, AR) · ★★★★☆ · January 11, 2014
I think this was a really fun book. it is something I would buy because it belongs on the shelf of any horror movie fan such as myself. it would be awesome to watch all the movies here and I will take it's advice about the 10 days leading up to Halloween! it's all so great because though it menti... ...more
By Thiala (Chatsworth, GA) · ★★★☆☆ · February 17, 2015
It's a pretty decent horror movie guide. ...more
By SFReader (Odessa, FL) · ★★★☆☆ · August 07, 2013
Do you love Horror Movies? I mean do you really love them? Are you constantly seeking out new attempts at cinematic terror, while also plunging into the classics, watching them again and again? Have you stayed up late at night listening to the floorboards crack and staring into the dark closet dr... ...more
By Jim (Chicago, IL) · ★★★★☆ · October 07, 2011
This book, despite the lame cover, had some really good recommendations. While there were a few misses that the panel felt were classics, in general they chose many deserving films from the mainstream to the more obscure. I was surprised to find a few in there that I hadn't heard of - totally ins... ...more