The Horror Genre is filled with opinions, critiques and perspectives with the different being the voice. SCREEN AND SCREEN AGAIN: ESSAYS ON THE HORROR FILM is written by a new voice in the person of Terry Sherwood. Mr. Sherwood offers up essays on particular curated films ranging from Dario Argento’s ‘Opera’ to the little known “Grace: The Possession’ with many stops along the way. This work features an essay on the real life sad case of actor Rondo Hatton and how he was used in Universal Studios production of The Brute Man. Entertaining peeks into the world of music in the Horror film and how it has changed to stories of growing up as ‘Monster Kid’ and so much more. Refreshing, concise, never dogmatic in tone sprinkled with ‘gallows humour’: SCREEN AND SCREEN AGAIN: ESSAYS ON THE HORROR FILM deserves a look and consideration. Reviews, confessions and ideas, you will find them all in this volume ,Suitable for all ages and existence planes.
Now in Print and ebook format.
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