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Brian Collins’ “HORROR MOVIE A DAY” Book Hits Paperback; Announces L.A. Signing!News Ken W. Hanley
For those who are longtime readers of FANGORIA, the name ‘Brian Collins’ should be one you’re familiar with. Not only has Brian made strong contributions to FANGORIA Magazine and FANGORIA.com over the years, but he’s also gone out of his way to support FANGORIA at his other outlets, including his current homebase (and perhaps the best analytical cinema news outlet) BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. However, horrorheads might best know Brian for his insane, in-depth blog entitled HORROR MOVIE A DAY, in which Collins watched a different horror movie every day for over six years. Now, Collins has sifted through the 2500 terror titles in his inaugural literary outing, aptly titled HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK, and after a successful eBook run, the book is now available on Paperback!
With over 365 recommended titles, full-sized artwork and over 600 pages of Collins’ unique criticism, HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK is the cure for the bored reader and jaded horror fan who has (almost) seen it all. With cover art by JB Sapienza and a forward by MY BLOODY VALENTINE 3D writer (and FANGORIA friend) Todd Farmer, it’s the perfect gift for the fright fan in your life; you can get the paperback version on Amazon HERE and directly from the publisher HERE.
Furthermore, L.A. horror hounds can get their copies signed by both Collins and Farmer at West Coast horror hotspot Dark Del’s on April 30th at 2 p.m. PST. And if you’d like a copy signed by both writers and can’t make it to the Coast, you can pre-order your signed copy of HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK HERE.