Unsafe On Any Screen [NOOK Book]

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If you love trash cinema — or just movies in general — then UNSAFE ON ANY SCREEN is the book for you! Compiled from the works of Scott S. Phillips, indie filmmaker, writer, and former video store owner, UNSAFE is a conversational guide to cheesy movies — a wild, entertaining read that’s like sitting around talking with your movie-loving friends on a Saturday night (as long as your friends talk about movies like INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS and...
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Unsafe On Any Screen

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Overview

If you love trash cinema — or just movies in general — then UNSAFE ON ANY SCREEN is the book for you! Compiled from the works of Scott S. Phillips, indie filmmaker, writer, and former video store owner, UNSAFE is a conversational guide to cheesy movies — a wild, entertaining read that’s like sitting around talking with your movie-loving friends on a Saturday night (as long as your friends talk about movies like INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS and THE LEGEND OF BOGGY CREEK).

This new, enhanced ebook edition includes a comprehensive index linked throughout the text! Cover art by underground comix legend John Howard!

Also available in paperback.

“It almost doesn’t matter what this book is about because the writing is just so fun to read.” — Nancy Holder, author of BUFFY: THE MAKING OF A SLAYER
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016082264
  • Publisher: Penultimate Ditch Efforts
  • Publication date: 12/15/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 204
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Scott S. Phillips has written in almost every capacity imaginable: films, TV, comic books and even dialogue for talking dolls. His most recent novel is Pete, Drinker of Blood. He’s also the author of the short story collection Tales of Misery and Imagination, as well as the novels Squirrel Eyes (and its spin-off stories of jack-of-all-trades Boone Butters) and Friday the 13th: Church of the Divine Psychopath. Scott was the co-editor (with Robert E. Vardeman) of the anthology A Career Guide To Your Job In Hell, and has a story in that collection. For Bluewater Comics, he wrote Sinbad, Rogue of Mars and Dirk Benedict in the 25th Century.

Scott has worked in many capacities in the movie industry, including writing and directing the low-budget films Gimme Skelter and The Stink of Flesh. He wrote the screenplay for the cult action flick Drive (1997) and several episodes of the CW Network’s Kamen Rider Dragon Knight. He has worked in sound editing, make-up FX, cheeseburger-fetching and even marched around the New Mexico hills in the classic flick Red Dawn. Perhaps most importantly, he once performed as stand-in for the legendary Lemmy in a Motorhead video.
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