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Grindhouse nostalgia
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Too often dismissed as nothing more than 'trash cinema', exploitation films have become both earnestly appreciated cult objects and home video items t...
The hidden tools of comedy
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While other books give you tips on how to write funny, this book offers a paradigm shift in understanding the mechanics and art of comedy, and the ...

Film noir
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Whether it's Double Indemnity, Kiss Me Deadly, or The Big Sleep, roam a screen world of dark and brooding elegance with this essential handbook to Fil...
Bond
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Ever since Sean Connery donned the tuxedo for the first time in 1962's Dr. No, every James Bond film has been met with much fanfare and excitement the...

Female stars of British cinema
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Film stars are often seen as a Hollywood creation but this book explores how British cinema developed its own culture of stardom, and how its female s...
Tim Burton
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Tim Burton is one of the most popular and remarkable filmmakers of the last 30 years, being responsible for such films as Edward Scissorhands, The Nig...

The geeky bartender drinks
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Sip your way through the most legendary cocktails from the worlds of science fiction, fantasy, and more, with over 70 recipes of the most delicious a...
Queer cinema
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Queer Cinema: Schoolgirls, Vampires, and Gay Cowboys illustrates queer cinematic aesthetics by highlighting key films that emerged at historical turni...

Indefinite visions
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Moving image culture seems to privilege the instantly identifiable: the recognizable face, the well-timed stunt, the perfectly synchronized line of di...
Marvel's mutants
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In 1975, Marvel Comics revived the X-Men, a failed title which hadn't used new material for half a decade. It was a marginal project in an industry t...

Behind the horror
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Uncover the twisted tales that inspired the big screen's greatest screams.Which case of demonic possession inspired The Exorcist? What horrifying fron...
The colonial documentary film in South and South-East Asia
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Based on rare archival documents and films, this anthology is the first to focus primarily on the use of official and colonial documentary films in th...

Transnational film remakes
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What happens when a film is remade in another national context? How do notions of translation, adaptation and localisation help us understand the cult...
101 cult movies you must see before you die
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Updated for 2015, this book is a treasure trove of the most obscure, eccentric, controversial, and downright weird movies ever made. Steven Jay Schn...

The Making of Quadrophenia
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Quadrophenia is the 1979 classic mod movie loosely based on The Who's 1973 rock opera of the same name, directed by Frank Roddam and starring Phil Dan...
Toy story
Our Price: £95.00
This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on www.bloomsburycollections.com. Toy Story (John...

The gangster film
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This volume examines the gangster film in its historical context with an emphasis on the ways the image of the gangster has adapted and changed as a r...
Talkies, road movies and chick flicks
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The representation of gender in film remains an intensely debated topic, particularly in academic considerations of US mainstream cinema where it is o...

Alien
Our Price: £29.99
Technical drawings of all the major ships and vehicles from the Alien movies, presented in incredible detail. Includes iconic spacecraft like the Nost...
Film genres and African cinema
Our Price: £72.00
The role of film genre in African films from the 1960s to the present day is an important aspect of this cinema. Rachael Langford explores the ways in...

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