This engrossing book is like having a Horror and Sci-Fi Movie Encyclopedia.
THE BEYOND, STENDHAL SYNDROME, CRASH, and RABID DOGS, key films by Fulci, Argento, Cronenberg, and Bava respectively, are not mentioned.
This guide, updated to 2000, is my chair side companion to guide me through this maze of movies.
Product arrived in good condition as promised by the seller. After looking through this book I can see many old Science fiction and Horror movies that I had actually forgotten... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jimmy C.
This book is the ultimate guide to all movies horror and sci-fi, with everything in between. It serves as a constant guide to all the classic movies that are often overlooked by... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Brian Weimer
If you grew up watching Roland, Chiller Theater, Dr. Shock's Scream-In, Elvira, or Svengoolie, you probably remember many of the great Monster Classic Films and Sci-Fi Thrillers,... Read morePublished 18 months ago by B. Quark
I love the 50's Sci-Fi movies and when I want to totally unwind, you can't beat the trashy, cheesy horror and sci-fi z-movies in this volume. Read morePublished on February 8, 2013 by Amazon Customer
I have thoroughly enjoyed this book. Not really a 'novel' that you read from cover-to-cover, but a reference guide. I would recommend this to any horror movie buff.Published on December 26, 2012 by John
I found this book very useful. I wouldn't go by the authors rating of the movies since eveyone has different taste in what they might find a great movie to be. Read morePublished on August 17, 2008 by Anastasia Boldin
HOW CAN YOU AGREE WITH THIS GUYS REVIEWS WHEN HE GIVES 4 AND 5 STARS TO CHIDREN OF THE CORN SEQUALS?Published on June 30, 2008 by Leroy T. Altman IV
'Creature Features' is fairly comprehensive as far as having most horror/sci-fi titles present, although by no means does it have EVERY title you could hope (or hope not) to find... Read morePublished on January 24, 2008 by Matt
This is a great movie guide - put together with lots of thought and humor.Published on August 5, 2007 by M. Snyder