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An Illustrated History of Horror and Science-Fiction Films 1895-1967 – Carlos Clarens, Da Capo Press, USA, 1967 (1997 reprint)

The Illustrated Dinosaur Movie Guide – Stephen Jones, 1994, Titan Books, London, UK

The Illustrated Frankenstein Movie Guide – Stephen Jones, 1994, Titan Books, London, UK

The Illustrated Vampire Movie Guide – Stephen Jones, 1993, Titan Books, London, UK

The Illustrated Werewolf Movie Guide – Stephen Jones, 1996, Titan Books, London, UK

Images of Blood in American Cinema: The Tingler to The Wild Bunch by Kjetil Rødje. Routledge

Immoral Tales: Sex & Horror Cinema in Europe 1956 – 1984 by Cathal Tohill, Pete Tombs, Primitive Press, 1994

The Immortal Count: The Life and Films of Bela Lugosi by Arthur Lennig, University Press of Kentucky, 2010

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The Incredibly Strange Film Book by Jonathan Ross, Simon & Schuster, UK, 1993

Incredibly Strange Films by V Vale, Andrea Juno, Re/Search, San Francisco, USA, 1986

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Indie Horrors! The Not-To-Be-Missed, The Acceptable and The Forgettable by Barry Atkinson, Midnight Marquee and Hemlock Publishing, 2012

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The Ingrid Pitt Bedside Companion for Vampire Lovers by Ingrid Pitt, Batsford, 1998

Inside Hammer by Jimmy Sangster, Reynolds and Hearn, 2001

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Inside the Wicker Man: How Not to Make a Cult Classic by Allan Brown, Polygon, 2010

Into the Unknown: The Fantastic Life of Nigel Kneale by Andy Murray, Headpress, 2017 [revised and updated 2nd edition]

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Introduction to Japanese Horror Film by Colette Balmain, Edinburgh University Press, 2008

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It Came from Hunger! Tales of a Schlockmeister by Larry Buchanan, 1996, McFarland, USA

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It Came from the Video Aisle! by David Jay, William Wilson and Dewi Torsten, Schiffer Publishing, 2017

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Italian Gothic Horror Films, 1957 – 1969 by Roberto Curti

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Italian Gothic Horror Films, 1970 – 1979 by Roberto Curti

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Italian Horror by Jim Harper

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Italian Horror Film Directors by Louis Paul, McFarland, 2010

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Italian Horror Films of the 1960s by Thomas McCallum, McFarland, 1998

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4 Comments on “Books”

  1. Hi, I just found your blog. I noticed that you seem to like old horror movies. I do too. I was hoping that you could tell me the name of a movie I used to see when I was a kid. it’s about a group of paranormal investigators who show up at an old “haunted” house. The story ends with all of them gathered in a room listening to the sound of a loud boom. It turns out that the noises are being made by the ghost of an old bedridden woman who was beating on the wall to summon her nurse. One night, the old woman beat on the wall for help but the nurse was off seeing her boyfriend and so the old woman died. She of course didn’t realize she was dead and was now haunting the house and ultimately ended up driving the nurse to commit suicide. It used to come on tv a lot, in the seventies, and for some reason I seem to think that it’s either a rip-off of the haunting on a sequel to the Haunting.If you have any idea what the name of this movie is, I would be forever grateful. I’ve been looking for it for years.

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