It Came From Hollywood Book 4
Book four of our little film journal has finally surfaced! Barnes & Noble, as usual, is the first retailer to carry it, so the link will take you there to buy it. As more retailers jump on board, we will provide links here on the blog or in our Facebook Group.
Here is the rundown of Book Four's contents:
ICFH delves into the origins of Kung Fu cinema with an in-depth interview with authors Grady Hendrix (Paperbacks from Hell, How to Sell a Haunted House) and Chris Poggiali (Temple of Shlock)!
We then turn our sights to Italy and Luigi Cozzi, who shares stories of everything from crafting cult sci-fi movies like Star Crash (1978) and Alien Contamination (1980) to working with Cannon Films’ Menahem Golan and Yorma Globus!
Fashion model turned actress Mirella D’Angelo discusses her participation in such films as Caligula (1979), Tenebre (1982), and Hercules (1983), among other genre favorites!
Filmmaker Brett Kelly gives us the scoop on his retro blast to the past, Galaxy Warriors, a film that celebrates his love of all the films that followed in the success of Star Wars (1977)!
We also look at Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away (2001), Ron Howard’s Night Shift (1982), Cooley High (1975), Night of the Demon (1957), Dawson City: Frozen in Time (2017), The Amityville Horror (1979) and it’s 2005 remake, Home Grown Horrors Dead Girls (1990), Hanging Heart (1989) and Moonstalker (1989), Nature Run Amuck flicks and more!
Tape-heads will want to scoot over to VHS Spotlight for our look at Roger Corman’s 1989 Hollywood Boulevard II- still not on DVD! ICFH Book 4 also releases an epic Trade Ad Avalanche from New World Pictures and a re-print of the Dawn of the Dead press book. The cinematic celebration continues with reviews of movies, books, soundtracks, and special surprises that only It Came From Hollywood can provide!