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- First-ever return of the living dead action figure
- Ball jointed neck and shoulders
- Features opening jaw
- Base with Trioxin cannister and bitten brain
- Blister card packaging
"They're Back from the Grave and Ready to Party" The first ever ROTLD Action Figure! Tarman Zombie features ball jointed neck, Shoulders, Opening Jaw and base with Trioxin cannister and bitten brain!
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Destroy All Movies!!!Fantagraphics Books. 2017
Chronicles every appearance of a punk or new waver to hit the screen in the 20th century, covering more than 1,100 feature films and including exclusive interviews with the creators and cast of such essential movies as Valley Girl, Repo Man and more. Original.
The Complete History of the Return of the Living DeadPlexus Publishing. 2015
For the first time in twenty-five years, the cast and crew of all five films in the cult horror-comedy franchise reveal the stories behind the movies’ making in their own words, going into detail about life on the sets of some of the most fraught productions in cinema history, and the feuds, controversies, legal battles, and sackings that plagued the filmmakers. Supported by dozens of cast and crew members including Dan O’Bannon, Linnea Quigley, Don Calfa, Brian Yuzna, Aimee Lynn Chadwick, William Butler, John Penny, Brian Peck, William Stout, William Munns, Ken Wiederhorn and many more,The Complete History of the Return of the Living Dead features hundreds of previously unreleased behind-the-scenes photographs and exclusive art work. This eye-catching, comprehensive and unique book is the ultimate celebration ofThe Return of the Living Dead franchise and all those who contributed to its creation.
Return of the Living DeadCommonwealth Publications Incorporated. 1996
In a frightening sequel to the Night of the Living Dead, the rotting corpses are back and are even more determined to satiate themselves with human flesh and blood, and wreaking havoc in a peaceful town that will never be the same. Reprint.
UnboredBloomsbury Publishing USA. 2012
Unbored is the guide and activity book every modern kid needs. Vibrantly designed, lavishly illustrated, brilliantly walking the line between cool and constructive, it's crammed with activities that are not only fun and doable but also designed to get kids engaged with the wider world. With contributions from a diverse crowd of experts, the book provides kids with information to round out their world view and inspire them to learn more. From how-tos on using the library or writing your representative to a graphic history of video games, the book isn't shy about teaching. Yet the bulk of the 350-page mega-resource presents hands-on activities that further the mission in a fun way, featuring the best of the old as well as the best of the new: classic science experiments, crafts and upcycling, board game hacking, code-cracking, geocaching, skateboard repair, yarn-bombing, stop-action movie-making-plus tons of sidebars and extras, including trivia, best-of lists, and Q&As with leading thinkers whose culture-changing ideas are made accessible to kids for the first time. Just as kids begin to disappear into their screens, here is a book that encourages them to use those tech skills to be creative, try new things, and change the world. And it encourages parents to participate. Unbored is exciting to read, easy to use, and appealing to young and old, girl and boy. Parents will be comforted by its anti-perfectionist spirit and humor. Kids will just think it's awesome. Contributors include Mark Frauenfelder of MAKE magazine; Colin Beavan, the No Impact Man; Douglas Rushkoff, renowned media theorist; Geoff Manaugh, author of BLDGBLOG; John Edgar Park, a CG supervisor at DisneyToon Studios; and Jean Railla, founder of GetCrafty.com and Etsy consultant.
Chain Saw ConfidentialChronicle Books. 2013
When The Texas Chain Saw Massacre first hit movie screens in 1974 it was both reviled and championed. To critics, it was either "a degrading, senseless misuse of film and time" or "an intelligent, absorbing and deeply disturbing horror film." However it was an immediate hit with audiences. Banned and celebrated, showcased at the Cannes film festival and included in the New York MoMA's collection, it has now come to be recognized widely as one of the greatest horror movies of all time. A six-foot-four poet fresh out of grad school with limited acting experience, Gunnar Hansen played the masked, chain-saw-wielding Leatherface. His terrifying portrayal and the inventive work of the cast and crew would give the film the authentic power of nightmare, even while the gritty, grueling, and often dangerous independent production would test everyone involved, and lay the foundations for myths surrounding the film that endure even today. Critically-acclaimed author Hansen here tells the real story of the making of the film, its release, and reception, offering unknown behind-the-scenes details, a harrowingly entertaining account of the adventures of low-budget filmmaking, illuminating insights on the film's enduring and influential place in the horror genre and our culture, and a thoughtful meditation on why we love to be scared in the first place.
Sideshow Monkey - the Art of David HartmanLulu.com. 2006
Freaks Monsters Girls The art of illustrator David Hartman. Now back in print. David Hartman is a director and producer of cartoons for film and television, however, his real passion is monsters. Dark, twisted and humorous works of the macabre. 96 pages in full color with a forward written by Rob Zombie. Dave Hartman's artwork is like a school of Japanese piranha blasted from a photon canon into a blood red sky...he is kick ass. Jack black (Tenacious D, King Kong)
101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You DieApple Press. 2016
Whether it be internal demons, real-life vampires, anonymous serial killers, crazed spouses, vengeful ghosts or Satan himself, horror films have gripped audiences and filmmakers alike since the very beginnings of cinema. Prepare to be terrified, fascinated and enthralled as you take this whirlwind tour of the 101 horror films you must see before you die. 101 Horror Films You Must See Before You Die gives you a thorough appreciation of the genre, because it approaches the subject chronologically. You'll move through gothic classics like James Whale's The Old Dark House (1932) and Terence Fisher's Dracula (1958), to zombie movies like Dawn of the Dead (1978) and 28 Days Later (2002). All the sub-genres are covered too, from Eyes Without a Face (mad scientist) and The Howling (werewolf) to Nightmare on Elm Street (slasher) and The Silence of the Lambs (serial killer). And you'll learn that it's not just American teenagers who are horror-film fodder. There are classic horror films from Japan (Onibaba), Russia (Vij), Italy (Suspiria), France (Les Diaboliques), Belgium (Man Bites Dog), Germany (M), and the Netherlands (The Vanishing). Immerse yourself in the most compelling of movie genres. Prepare to be possessed - and whatever you do, don't answer the phone...
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