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Phantasm Exhumed: The Unauthorized Companion Paperback – April 21, 2014
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About the Author
Dustin McNeill has been lurking behind the scenes of PHANTASM since 2007, the year in which he launched the popular PHANTASM ARCHIVES website. In 2008 he personally organized Michael Baldwin's return to the convention scene for several cast reunions. In 2009 he penned a widely acclaimed cover article for HORRORHOUND #17. This issue, containing his 30th Anniversary PHANTASM retrospective, quickly sold out all copies. McNeill has also designed official websites for PHANTASM veterans including co-star Bill Thornbury and talented SPFX creator Mark Shostrom. In 2012 McNeill helped coordinate supplemental features for Scream Factory's PHANTASM II collector's edition Blu-Ray release and served as an early consultant for THE BALL IS BACK documentary. PHANTASM EXHUMED is the culmination of half a decade of research and is Dustin McNeill's first book.
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Reading Dustin McNeill's Phantasm Exhumed just transported me back through the space gate once again.
What I took away from this paperback masterpiece is that passion lives on behind the scenes of the Phantasm Franchise. Dustin McNeill should be applauded on his never ending efforts to bring this to the Phans. Most mortals will never fully comprehend the endless work and dedication it took to assemble the group and information to make this book a reality. The entire cast and crew your contributions have been brought back to life from behind the Coscarelli Panavision camera. The extraordinary never before seen photos compliment McNeill's writing style and layout in a way that keeps the reader wanting more. The overall page design flows for easy reading and I must give praise for the remarkable creative concept that graces the stunning cover that is sure to stand the test of time.
A very special kudos to Angus Scrimm, Kristen Deem, Guy Thorpe & Mark Shostrom for documenting the entire experience which could never be told without your in-depth journals, on-set experiences and remarkable rare photography.
Angus Scrimm's contributions span over three decades, ever so enlightening with hand written detailed accounts of real time experiences on and off set that indulge the reader to a new level of interest with-in the series from the Tall Man's personal perspective. Without the master creator of The Phantasm Series, Mr. Don Coscarelli none of this would be remotely possible.
In closing the people that worked behind the scenes on and off screen in the Phantasm Films is what makes the real difference and this book is a tribute to all of them and the Phans of the franchise. From one Phan to another we have Dustin McNeill to thank tremendously for embarking on such a project that has become and will always be a piece of living and breathing Phantasm history. Your humble efforts are greatly appreciated. Job well done!
This book is "The first ever book of extremely well documented Phantasm History and a must read and own for any Phantasm Phan or follower of the series".
My advice to all Phantasm Phans is to secure your copy today this book will soon be a rare collectors item in the future.
Just remember..... It's never.... OVER! Booooooooooooy!
Well done Dustin, your efforts shine though.