Thursday, September 13, 2007

All The Colors of the Dark (NEWS)

No, not the Sergio Martino 1972 film classic--- it’s the Mario Bava book by Video Watchdog’s Tim Lucas, and it’s finally available! Want to know every single bit of info in the world about Italy’s greatest horror director of all time? Or maybe you’d just like some rare and never before published photos of Barbara Steele to drool over? Well look no further, it's all here and it's amazing!

Click HERE for more info and order yours NOW!

14 comments:

Karswell said...

I got mine yesterday and it’s incredible (and incredibly heavy too, the freakin’ thing is HUGE weighing in at 12 lbs!)

Anonymous said...

Would love to get this but with that kind of money I could buy a new car! Guess I'll wait for the abridged paperback version.....

Anonymous said...

HIS MOVIES ARE KICK ASS..... BOOK LOOKS COOL BUT YEAH THAT PRICE TAG ISN'T VERY FRIENDLY

Anonymous said...

Still waiting for mine, I had to sell most of my comic book collection just to pre-order this thing.

Anonymous said...

YEA!,now i can finally learn whether Bava was in fluenced by comics,gonna have to skip getting STRANGE TALES though,or could you tell me?

Anonymous said...

Never even heard of this guy...

Eric said...

In all fairness, the price tag used to be pretty reasonable. I preordered it for well under half of what theyre charging now.
Got mine yesterday too- its beautiful

if you've never heard of him, and you like these precode horror comics-- you must seek out some BAVA movies!!
start w/ Black Sunday (the Mask of Satan) or Black Sabbath (the 3 faces of fear). you can't go wrong

Karswell said...

Someone's just trying to be funny... how can you even be on this blog and not know about Bava? That is of course unless this person just finished watching Snoop Dog's Hood of Horror and loved it...

Anonymous said...

i saw that at best buy the other day and couldnt stop laughing

Michael said...

Even at the current price, it's well worth the investment. It's bound to be one of the crown jewels of anyone's library. The pictures alone are worth it, and actually reading it will probably take me the rest of my life.

Fans of contemporary Horror should check out Bava's Twitch of the Death Nerve aka: Bay of Blood, aka: Carnage. Friday the 13th and all the slashers that followed in its wake owe a considerable debt to this film. But of course, Black Sunday, and Black Sabbath are must see films.

Karswell said...

Also MUST SEE: Kill Baby Kill, Lisa & the Devil, Planet of the Vampires, Danger Diabolik, Herc in the Haunted World... all great films too! Even that goofy Dr Goldfoot flick starring Vincent Price is worth watching.

David said...

man oh man....i wisht i had me one o'them purty books....

Anonymous said...

Oh,boy.Snoop Dogg's hood of horror.thats hard to take.it would almost be as silly Ed Wood re-making HALLOWEEN("I realized that what was living behind that boys eyes was stupid!,stupid!,stupid!")but seriously,you can't really say youre a connosieur of horror without at least knowing OF Bava,even GHOSTS OF MARS seemed similar to PLANET OF THE VAMPIRES,and as for punks who don't think Karloff can be scary,i implore you,watch BLACK SABBATH with me....

Karswell said...

>and as for punks who don't think Karloff can be scary,i implore you,watch BLACK SABBATH

Also see The Black Cat ('34)