150 Movies You Should Die Before You See (Google eBook)

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Adams Media, Oct 18, 2010 - Performing Arts - 304 pages
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Sure, you've seen The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, and Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Maybe you've even sat all the way through Satan's Little Helper and The Wasp Woman. But as you'll find out in this shockingly tasteless collection of great awful movies, there's so much more to the world of truly bad film. Dive right into the steaming swamp of such disastrously delicious movies as:
  • Zombies on Broadway
  • Werewolf in a Girls' Dormitory
  • Nudist Colony of the Dead
  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space
  • Cannibal Holocaust
  • Return to Horror High
  • Jesus Christ, Vampire Hunter
For each movie, film buff and reviewer Steve Miller includes a list of principal cast, director, and producer, a plot overview, why the movie sucked, a rating, choice quotes, interesting trivia, and a quiz.

If you've ever enjoyed awful movies, this is the book to have next to you on the couch, along with the popcorn, as the opening credits flash on the screen for Rockabilly Vampire in a double bill with Satanic Yuppies.


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User Review  - Bobby - Goodreads

This was a mostly very fun, interesting, and informative read. It's quite clear that Mr. Steve Miller really does love bad films, and the research put in is exhaustive. However, there are times were ... Read full review

Review: 150 Movies You Should Die Before You See

User Review  - Natalia - Goodreads

It was a fun read. Maybe I will watch some of the flicks I haven't already seen. The book was nothing to write home about, but also nothing to complain about either. Read full review

About the author (2010)

Steve Miller has worked as a freelance feature writer, film reviewer, roleplaying game designer, and editor. A graduate from the University of Utah, his articles have appeared in numerous local and national publications. Many of these have appeared on Reviews and Stuff by Steve Miller, a blog he maintains on RottenTomatoes.com. He has also contributed reviews to Revenant Magazine Online, Pyramid Magazine Online, Helium.com, and other outlets.

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