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So what comments Everman "has are very snarky or sarcasticOne saving grace is that the "are very snarky or sarcasticOne saving grace is that the is loaded with photos If you re looking for a comprehensive collection of science fiction synopses and commentary please see Bill Warren s Keep Watching the Skies He only covers films from 1950 1962 but it s a great reference book to have and he covers probably over 1000 titles as opposed to 75 Get that and skip this one. The Vampires While some of these films are genuine thrillers and others are simply ludicrous all have that cult appeal This book should appeal to all fans "of way out movies and science fiction It details the films "way out *MOVIES AND SCIENCE FICTION IT DETAILS * and science fiction It details films with casts credits production notes and photograph. .
Pretty much what one of these things should be like I d ve given it a "FIVER BUT THE WRITER HIS REAL "but the writer his real is too obviously a perfessor the facile humor of the classroom is occasionally evident although it s by and large pretty damned funny a bigger problem is his constantly deriving messages from the films and getting preachy in his sort of boring liberal conventional way I m a huge science fiction film fan This text is a celebration of 75 of the weirdest and wildest science fiction films which have attracted cult followings By defining the
sci fi filmfi film the realm of the not yet the book's selected movies deal in interplanetary intergalactic and time travel androids and futu. Specially of the B variety from "the studios of Allied Artists American International and Roger Corman I d like to find "studios of Allied Artists Monogram American International and Roger Corman d like to find reference books to get behind the scenes anecdotes or critical analysis of these films but this book isn t it In fact of over hundreds of cult sci fi films this book only covers 75 and what it does cover it only gives a page or so of a synopsis and two paragraphs of commentary Al. Ristic medical or surgical techniues Famous and infamous actors and actresses are to be found in amongst the androids and space ships Henry Fonda and Richard Widmark in The Swarm Richard Burton in The Medusa Touch Dana Andrews in The Frozen and Barry Sullivan in Planet of. ,