The march of the monster movie makers continues in Tom Weavers ninth book of in-depth interviews with the men and women who made the horror and sci-fi favorites of the 1940s, 50s and 60s. Actors (including Mike Connors, Brett Halsey, Natalie Trundy and Richard Kiel), writers, producers and directors recall legendary genre figures Lugosi, Chaney, Jr., Tod Browning and James Whale; films ranging in quality; behind-the-scenes tales of cult TV series and serials; and, of course, the usual barrage of outlandish movie menaces, this time including the Fly, Flesh Eaters, Monolith Monsters, ape men, voodoo women and spider babies! And all in the candid, no-holds-barred style that has made Weaver king of the interviewers (Classic Images)!20 Interviews with Classic SF and Horror Filmmakers Tom Weaver. Richard Kiel on Eegah As we were pulling away [from the movie theater] in Arch Halla#39;s car, I heard this voice: aEegah! Eeeegah!aI turned around in my seat, and there was thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Eye on Science Fiction|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2003-08-13|