Disaster Movies: A Loud, Long, Explosive, Star-studded Guide to Avalanches, Earthquakes, Floods, Meteors, Sinking Ships, Twisters, Viruses, Killer Bees, Nuclear Fallout, and Alien Attacks in the Cinema!!!!

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Chicago Review Press, 2006 - Всего страниц: 402
Complete with a foreword by Mike Nelson, host of Mystery Science Theater 3000, this dynamic guide to one of Hollywood's most popular and enduring genres provides a history of the disaster genre, descriptions of its trends and unusual traits, portraits of famous stars, and reviews of more than 150 disaster movies. The films reviewed include everything from famous titles such as The Poseidon Adventure, Titanic, and The Towering Inferno to more obscure movies such as The Night the World Exploded, Terror on the 40th Floor, and War Between the Planets. Casual disaster-movie fans, as well as die-hard lovers of the genre will benefit from the rating system, which ranges from "Highly Recommended" to "Avoid at All Costs," and the dubious "Recommended for All the Wrong Reasons."

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Ill Never Fly with This Airline Again
Shake Rattle and Roll
Disaster Movies Greatest Stars
Fun with Snow
Hot Molten Lava
The Best Disaster Movies Never Made
Sinking Ships
The Disaster Movies Hardest Lesson
Really Bad Storms
Just a Little Radiation
Whats with All the Love Themes?
Mad Bombers Killer Bees and Wild Animals
The HighestGrossing Disaster Movies of All Time
Those Darn Aliens
Movies That Sound Like Theyre Disaster Films But Arent
Disaster Movie Parodies

Big Space Rocks
Now Thats a Fire
The Most Ridiculous Disaster Movie Concepts Ever
Our Ultimate Disaster Movie Lists
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\Glenn Kay studied film at Ryerson University and has reviewed films for local newspapers and on local television. Michael Rose is a writer and filmmaker who studied film at Ryerson University.

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