Midnight Premiere by Tom Piccirilli

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eaturing Jack Ketchum, Gary Braunbeck, Thomas F. Monteleone, Ray Garton, Brian Hodge, Ed Gorman, Al Sarrantonio, Mick Garris, and many others, these eighteen original tales celebrate Hollywood and the horror movie-going experience with affection, devotion, and fear. In Midnight Premiere you'll discover how many of these authors have worked in film as screenwriters, actors, and directors and put their particular experiences to use in showing you the dark underside of the Hollyweird dream and the LaLa Land facade.

The opening credits are about to roll.

Prepare yourself for the shocking and the illuminating, the strange and the fanciful...the real and the lies of celluloid that may well mean more to you than the truth.

And remember

All the many screaming folks they torment up on the big screen and across these pages...?

The leering mad smiles, yowling creatures, and the brandishing of sharp weapons...?

All the havoc and mayhem and anguish and horrors...?

They do it because they LOVE you.

Join a cast including Mick Garris (director of Stephen King's THE STAND and DESPERATION), Patrick Lussier (director of WHITE NOISE: THE LIGHT, DRACULA 2000), William Smith (actor in hundreds of classic B-films including RUN ANGEL RUN and GRAVE OF THE VAMPIRE), Kyra Schon (zombie-girl extraordinaire from NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD), the number one scream queen of all time Linnea Quigley, and many others as they return to the
 

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Published July 15, 2007 by Cemetery Dance Publications. 360 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Three-time Stoker-winner Piccirilli (Headstone City ) takes a very Hollywood gamble with this uneven collection of 18 movie-themed horror tales from screenwriters

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