By Phil Russell
"Fans of hardcore horror may reasonable good with this compendium" - Horrornews.net past The Darkness is the 1st and in simple terms reference advisor out there to discover the main stunning, tense, and arguable motion pictures ever made. besides plot synopsis, research, and heritage at the administrators and actors, there also are info on censorship and the talk sparked. The publication additionally contains chapters on Spanish Horror below the Franco regime, the CAT III phenomenon, Mondo videos and shockumentaries, and an interview with mythical underground filmmaker, Nick Zedd. every thing from monstrous price range mainstream motion pictures to arthouse oddities and obscurities and underground flicks are lined. during this e-book you're simply as prone to examine despised filmmakers corresponding to Andrey Iskanov, Fred Vogel, and Uwe Boll as you're such very important artists as Abel Ferrara, David Cronenberg, and Lars Von Trier. With greater than 2 hundred motion pictures lined it's a must-read for a person attracted to the darkside of cinema. "For enthusiasts of the horror style it is a ***** 5 big name book" - Goodreads
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Now he looked fifty, or even sixty. He opened the medicine cabinet and selected from among a dozen orange-brown prescription bottles until he found the clozapine, tipped one into his mouth, and washed it down with four glasses of water. The antipsychotic gave him terrible dry mouth. He put another of the pills into a small plastic pill case along with half a dozen Xanax and snapped it shut, feeling edgy and strangely guilty as he did so. He glanced up at the mirror again. “Good morning, Mr. Mayor,” he said, hating the face he saw, and then he set about washing and brushing and constructing the face he needed everyone else in town to see.
The Bone Man had no Luger, no skinning knife. All he had was his guitar and without even thinking about it he plucked the strap from his chest and hauled the instrument over his head just as the devil broke off the green branch. As the devil turned to face him, the Bone Man could see the man’s eyes change from blue to yellow to red. Just like that. The pupils contracted to slits and the devil suddenly laughed, his mouth opening wet and wide, and there were a lot of teeth in there. The devil looked at the stick in his hands and as his hands began to change he snarled with contempt and threw the stick away.
He had to catch the devil before moonrise. He hit the bottom of the hollow hard enough to jolt him down to his knees and he cried out in pain, but he hauled himself right back up because crying about it don’t get it done. Setting his teeth against the pain and setting his heart against the fear, he ran into the shadows, his eyes adjusting to the bad light, searching for the devil and finding him almost at once. The devil had stopped to wrestle with a tree branch, trying to break it off, but the wood was green and didn’t want to die.
Beyond The Darkness: Cult, Horror and Extreme Cinema by Phil Russell