"A delicious romp through the film world, this book provides a nostalgic pull for anyone who grew up a fan of the great horror flicks." – Booklist
John Landis is a household name and the award-winning director of horror hits such as American Werewolf in London, Michael Jackson's Thriller video, and Innocent Blood. He has also directed a host of classic films not in the horror genre, including The Blues Brothers, Animal House, Trading Places, Three Amigos! and Coming To America.
If you know any monster movie fans, or are one yourself, I would really recommend this book.
I was impressed that this book was separated into many neat monster categories that are very easy to read and organized.
Also you will hear 'oh wow I'd like to see THAT movie' as they catch a glimpse of a creature and read about the film.
The interviews are great, and if the book been composed of Landis, with his distinctive voice, conducting more interviews over the subject of monsters; then the book would rate... Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Aaron
Really good and fun read. I have made so many art projects from the pictures in this book. My only concern is that he did not include Candyman!
photos in this book are nice some movies i never heard of and a lot of classics nice coffee table book or good for reference it was pretty interestingPublished 3 months ago by kimmy
I am sure this makes a lovely table book. AS a kindle purchase its a bit overpriced. I have a kindle touch. So the lovely color pix were lost on me. Okay...okay..small potatoes. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Brett Grossmann
I highly recommend this big book to all the "monster lovers" as it brings back all those great memories and more.....Published 4 months ago by Ramiro Luna Jr.
my sister loved this book. She has loved horror movies and tv shows for years. This has good balance of story and photos.Published 6 months ago by D. C. Tremethick
I don't need to say much about this other than it has absolutely EVERYTHING a horror fan would want in this beautiful book. BUY NOW!Published 8 months ago by Chris Cassler
Ever since I can remember I have tried to scare the hell out of myself. Many of the creatures that made me keep my lights on all night are in this book.Published 8 months ago by Frank Scoblete author of Confessions of a Wayward Catholic
In the late 1970's read a book of the same name and was hoping this was a sequel to it. Overall it was a great read - recommend to any who wants a small in-depth look into some of... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jeffrey R.