Fans of the horror genre will enjoy this enthusiastic romp through the pantheon of great and not so great films of terror. A.S. Mott examines the making of ten of the scariest movies ever made--among them Psycho, Halloween and Evil Dead II--and shares insight on why we enjoy being scared out of our wits.
"The Rough Guide to Cult Movies" offers a blend of essential trivia and informed opinion as it takes you on a tour of the most compellingly weird - and weirdly compelling - films in the world. Whether you're a paid-up member of The Big Lebowski fan club or just looking for a night in with an interesting DVD, "The Rough Guide to Cult Movies" is the ultimate guide to the world's most memorable films. "The Rough Guide to Cult Movies" selects cinema's most compelling triumphs: films that are brilliant, intriguing or just plain bizarre; from action flicks to zombie films, by way of nuns, yakuza, musicals and mutations. You'll find expert, pithy reviews of over 1500 movies, with forgotten legends like Charlie Chan and the Opera or contemporary classics like "There Will Be Blood", plus filmmakers' picks of their favourite cult movies, in their own words. There are good movies and there are bad movies and then there are cult movies.
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Root Development is an extremely exciting new title in Blackwell Publishing's Annual Plant Reviews Series (Series Editor Profesor Jeremy Roberts). The book consists of contributions from author groups based at many of the World's formeost laboratories working in the root development area. The book's editor Tom Beeckman, himself very well known and respected for his work in this area, has drawn together an exceptional set of core cutting edge reviews of the subject, providing a state of the art reference tool for all those researching in this area.
While most businesses know the importance of online reviews on sites such as Yelp.com, they have no clue how to grab the reins and help shape the conversation around their service or product. This guide will help users begin crafting and managing a winning presence on the Yelp reviews platform. It opens with a chapter outlining the opportunity for businesses of all types so that everyone understands how reviews affect the bottom line. The book then explores Yelp’s demographics and then shows how to best use Yelp’s features, including how to claim your business listing and craft a compelling presence. The compelling e-book also includes information about how to communicate with reviewers, how to receive and respond to alerts when new reviews–good or bad–are posted, and when paid membership and promotional options should be considered. It’s a great introduction to the crucial Yelp reviews platform and will also include promotion and a coupon for the upcoming Five Stars: Putting Online Reviews to Work for Your Business book (January 2014).