"Easy-to-use resource on horror films as well as pop culture of the decade." --Booklist/RBB
"Muir is probably the best-known, if not the best authority on contemporary horror films, and this latest edition in his ongoing series will be a welcome addition to the library of any fan of the genre...the body of each entry is devoted to Muir's excellent commentary. Highly recommended." --Choice
"Muir's writing is entertaining as well as informative, and will enable you to revisit each of your favorites with a somewhat different perspective than usual...a high-quality, hard-backed book...will give you hours and hours of enjoyment, as you revisit your memories of this decade, and revisit the films afterwards. Recommended." --The Thunder Child
About the Author
John Kenneth Muir is the author of more than twenty reference books covering science fiction and horror on film and television, including award winners Horror Films of the 1970s (2002 ALA Best Reference) and The Encyclopedia of Superheroes on Film and Television (2005 New York Public Library Best Reference). He is creator of the Internet sci-fi series The House Between and his popular blog can be found at reflectionsonfilmandtelevision.blogspot.com.