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Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Fare of the 1960s and 1970s (Paperback)

By: Scott Aaron Stine (Author)

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From trashy horror films to grisly comic art; from lurid movie magazines to late-night creature features; from campy monster toys to exploitive poster art; Trashfiend takes a loving look at the whole of "disposable" horror culture from the 1960s and 1970s. Scott Stine, author of The Gorehound''s Guides to Splatter Films, is back with this book, which picks up where his self-published Trashfiend magazine left off. Packed with film reviews, trivia, rare illustrations, exhaustive technical information, and written with a humorous but insightful flair that is sure to engage hardcore fans and curious browsers alike, Trashfiend takes a fun albeit critical look at an often-overlooked genre.

Includes interviews with John Stanley, ex-horror host who also directed Nightmare in Blood and authored The Creature Features Movie Guide; Richard Cardella, star and co-writer of The Crater Lake Monster; Bruce Jones, comic artist and writer with recent accolades for his work on The Incredible Hulk; and Cal Bolder, star of Jesse James Meets Frankenstein''s Daughter, among other lesser known celebrities.

Articles include a detailed look at blaxploitation horror movies; Mars Attacks trading cards; Pat Boyette, prolific horror comic artist whose work has graced vintage Warren (Creepy) through to DC (The Witching Hour); Marvel''s b&w horror comics line of the 1970s; Weird fiction digests (such as Magazine of Horror and Web of Terror Stories); collecting 8mm film reels; Aurora plastic hobby kits; and much more.

Includes over a hundred reproductions of rare ad art, as well as vintage books, toys and magazines from the era.

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