I Was a Monster Movie Maker

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  • Author : Tom Weaver
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Pages : 320 pages
  • ISBN : 9780786462650
  • Rating : 5/5 from 2 reviews
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I Was a Monster Movie Maker

I Was a Monster Movie Maker
  • Author : Tom Weaver
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 21 June 2010
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Phil Brown, who played Luke Skywalker's uncle in Star Wars, said, "In my long life in films, there are ones I'm proud of and those I'm not proud of. The Jungle Captive and Weird Woman fall into the latter category." House of Wax co-star Paul Picerni was fired by the film's director when he refused to put his head in a working guillotine during a climactic fight scene. Packed with wonderful tidbits, this volume collects 22 interviews with the moviemakers responsible

Movie Monsters in Scale

Movie Monsters in Scale
  • Author : Mark C. Glassy
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 28 November 2012
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"This book showcases stunningly realistic and wonderfully posed models and dioramas depicting various characters and scenes from science fiction and horror cinema. An overview of model and diorama building is presented and particular details unique to each piece are discussed. The figures are of unprecedented artistry"--Provided by publisher.

Movie Monsters

Movie Monsters
  • Author : Krystyna Poray Goddu
  • Publisher : Lerner Publications ™
  • Release : 01 January 2017
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The first monster to appear in a movie was Frankenstein. Since then, Godzilla, King Kong, and others have taken over the screen, destroying cities and terrorizing crowds. These monsters continue to show up in movies, TV shows, video games, and books. Movie monsters often seem terrifying—but most of them don't mean to cause harm. Some monsters are even friendly! Friendly or frightening, grab some popcorn and learn all about your favorite movie monsters . . . if you dare!

The Ultimate Book of Movie Monsters

The Ultimate Book of Movie Monsters
  • Author : Christopher Carton
  • Publisher : White Owl
  • Release : 30 June 2022
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Do you believe in monsters? We dare you to take a look inside this cursed tome containing some of the most iconic and obscure monsters from the history of cinema. Cower in fear of Count Dracula and his dreaded children of the night. Abandon hope as the mightiest kaiju ever seen on film decimate all around them. Pray that silhouette at the end of your bed is just a shadow and not the dreaded Babadook. Spanning nearly a century of

Monster Cinema

Monster Cinema
  • Author : Barry Keith Grant
  • Publisher : Rutgers University Press
  • Release : 16 April 2018
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Monster Cinema introduces readers to a vast menagerie of movie monsters. Some are gigantic, like King Kong or the kaiju in Pacific Rim, while others are microscopic. Some monsters appear uncannily human, from serial killers like Norman Bates to the pod people in Invasion of the Body Snatchers. And of course, other movie monsters like demons, ghosts, vampires, and witches emerge from long folklore traditions. Film expert Barry Keith Grant considers what each type of movie monster reveals about what

Movie Monsters

Movie Monsters
  • Author : Danny Pearson
  • Publisher : Badger Publishing
  • Release : 02 March 2014
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Just who, or what, is the scariest movie monster of them all? Take a look at the best monsters to have appeared on film and what it takes to bring them to life on the big screen. This is the lowest reading level WOW! Facts set, with a reading age of 7-7.5 and an interest age of 10-14. This set uses different text types like tables, bullet points and diagrams in order to communicate in an effective and engaging way.

Monster Squad Celebrating the Artists Behind Cinema s Most Memorable Creatures

Monster Squad  Celebrating the Artists Behind Cinema s Most Memorable Creatures
  • Author : Heather A. Wixson
  • Publisher : BearManor Media
  • Release : 11 November 2017
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Leprechauns, lost boys, and labyrinths—the things of bad dreams from the kings of mad screams. 20 special effects artists that helped shape the landscape of modern horror and sci-fi cinema from the 1970s to today finally pull the cobwebs from their secrets. Heather A. Wixson from Daily Dead interviews legendary and visionary creators Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff, Jr., Tony Gardner,Jennifer Aspinall, Michele Burke, David Marti, Bart Mixon, John Rosengrant, John Dykstra, Phil Tippett, Brian Wade, Steve Wang, Rick Lazzarini,

The Literary Monster on Film

The Literary Monster on Film
  • Author : Abigail Burnham Bloom
  • Publisher : McFarland
  • Release : 10 January 2014
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Many monsters in Victorian British novels were intimately connected with the protagonists, and representative of both the personal failings of a character and the failings of the society in which he or she lived. By contrast, more recent film adaptations of these novels depict the creatures as arbitrarily engaging in senseless violence, and suggest a modern fear of the uncontrollable. This work analyzes the dichotomy through examinations of Shelley’s Frankenstein, Stoker’s Dracula, H. Rider Haggard’s She, Stevenson’

Moshi Monsters The Movie

Moshi Monsters  The Movie
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Penguin UK
  • Release : 05 December 2013
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Relive the excitement of the first ever Moshi Monsters movie! This retelling of the adventures of Katsuma, Poppet, Furi, Luvli, Diavlo and Zommer as they come up against Dr. Strangeglove and his dastardly schemes is the perfect page-turner stocking filler for all Moshi Monsters fans!

Fantastic Monsters of the Films Complete Collection

Fantastic Monsters of the Films Complete Collection
  • Author : Anonim
  • Publisher : Vintage
  • Release : 21 February 2017
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Horror guaranteed to shock you dead or your life refunded! The cult classic monster magazine is back. All of the horror, all of the madness, all of the monsters, all together in one complete collection for the first time ever! Delve back in to the nostalgia of the golden age of horror in a time before the internet if you wanted the latest scoop on your favorite monsters and how they were created you got Fantastic Monsters of the Films,

The Unnameable Monster in Literature and Film

The Unnameable Monster in Literature and Film
  • Author : Maria Beville
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 30 October 2013
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This book visits the 'Thing' in its various manifestations as an unnameable monster in literature and film, reinforcing the idea that the very essence of the monster is its excess and its indeterminacy. Tied primarily to the artistic modes of the gothic, science fiction, and horror, the unnameable monster retains a persistent presence in literary forms as a reminder of the sublime object that exceeds our worst fears. Beville examines various representations of this elusive monster and argues that we

Traditional Monster Imagery in Manga Anime and Japanese Cinema

Traditional Monster Imagery in Manga  Anime and Japanese Cinema
  • Author : Zília Papp
  • Publisher : Global Oriental
  • Release : 29 October 2010
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>Traditional Monster Imagery in Manga, Anime and Japanese Cinema builds on the earlier volume Anime and its Roots in Early Japanese Monster Art, that aimed to position contemporary Japanese animation within a wider art historical context by tracing the development of monster representations in Edo- and Meiji-period art works and post-war visual media. While the previous volume concentrated on modern media representations, this work focuses on how Western art historical concepts and methodology might be adapted when considering non-Western works,

The Migration and Politics of Monsters in Latin American Cinema

The Migration and Politics of Monsters in Latin American Cinema
  • Author : Gabriel Eljaiek-Rodríguez
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 September 2018
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The Migration and Politics of Monsters in Latin America proposes a cinematic cartography of contemporary Latin American horror films that take up the idea of the American continent as a space of radical otherness, or monstrosity, and use it for political purposes. The book explores how Latin American film directors migrate foreign horror tropes to create cinematographic horror hybrids that reclaim and transform monstrosity as a form of historical rewriting. By emphasizing the specificities of the Latin American experience, this

Monsters of Film Fiction and Fable

Monsters of Film  Fiction  and Fable
  • Author : Lisa Wenger Bro,Mary Ann Gareis,Crystal O'Leary-Davidson
  • Publisher : Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Release : 27 July 2018
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Monsters are a part of every society, and ours is no exception. They are deeply embedded in our history, our mythos, and our culture. However, treating them as simply a facet of children’s stories or escapist entertainment belittles their importance. When examined closely, we see that monsters have always represented the things we fear: that which is different, which we can’t understand, which is dangerous, which is Other. But in many ways, monsters also represent our growing awareness