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When he wasn't churning out top-shelf stories, Ellison doubled as a film critic. This 1989 volume collects his musings on film of the 1960s on up (more than 50 essays). He's not a guy to pull his punches when offering his opinions; in fact, he'll actually cram them down your throat with glee. Whether you agree with him or would prefer to string him up by his Buster Browns, Ellison is always greatly entertaining. This edition sports a new intro by Leonard Maltin.