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Before that, Zombies were from Haiti and under the spell of a Voodoo Priest The reason this works even today is because it takes regular people and turns them into the monsters.

My first job other than mowing lawns and delivering papers and helping my dad was at the Century Movie Theater in Pleasant Hill I was too young to see the film, but old enough to work in the cinema I can tell you how each scene works, how many shots are in the stair roll at the end, and all kinds of little details about the film. But the big details are what make it scary.

The film and novel was a p. Dead Of Night One of the first horror anthology movies James Wan who directed SAW has a thing about killer puppet movies, and I'll bet it can all be traced back to seeing this film as a kid on TV. Dead Of Night Directed by: When I was a kid this was one of my favorite movies And it was so scary when I was a kid that parts of it were seen through the fingers covering my eyes.

Though Bob Hope had made a comedy horror film before, this is the movie that does it best - and I think inspires most of the others. The great thing about the film is that it never makes fun of the monsters and treats the horror elements seriously.

Robert Fuest, Robert Blees. Robert Fuest Produced by: Sam Arkoff and James H. Nicholson American International Pictures When we last left Phibes he was dead - and embalming himself in his crypt.

Obviously no one was thinking there would ever be a sequel, but here we are a year later and Phibes has returned.

On the 26th, this film is playing at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles James Whiton, William Goldstein. Nicholson American International Pictures This one which is certainly the strangest movie in our series due to the musical numbers. This year we are looking at Haunted House movies, Anthology Films, and a couple of movies that have special screenings in Los Angeles.

Robb White Directed by: William Castle Produced by: Jeff Burr Produced by: Nelson Gidding based on the novel by Shirley Jackson.

Humphrey Searle Before there was the TV series, there was this brilliant film. I first saw this film in grade school on. One More Mile To Go s2e2. The series looks at the 20 TV episodes directed by Hitchcock and here is the first episode of the second season, which looks at the importance of specifics on screen and on the page, or it never gets to the screen.

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December 18, Director: Sanford from the story by Margaret St. The Night And The Music. From Seven Years Ago Thanks to Lawrence Block having a great time with this new e-book technology and rounding up his old work, dusting it off, and putting it up on Kindle — I've been reading a lot of his stuff lately.

Cain quote on the cover — and I love James M. And now it is finally hitting Blu-ray for a 20 Year Anniversary. So here's my review from one of teh times I saw it in teh cinema Here they are, the winners for this year's Raindance Film Festival!

This is an interesting episode because it's a calm discussion of a violent act, which somehow makes the violence more violent. The Fingers Of Fear. From March 9, I need to develop an ego. Now, the 4 movie kind of makes sense - I walk into my local Blockbuster and there are 20 copies on the shelf If You Like Margaret Maron Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 15 books, by Rhys Bowen, M.

If You Like Marcia Muller If You Like Robert Parker Author, title, webcat link, cover image and summary for about 15 books, by Henning Mankell, G. If You Like James Patterson, then you might like If You Like Anne Perry Mortimer and the Aldgate Mystery. If you like Anne Perry and Elizabeth Peters If You Like Kathy Reichs If You Like Ruth Rendell Lists 11 authors similar to Rendell.

If You Like Lisa Scottoline If You Like Stuart Woods About 45 other authors whose books are similar to Woods' are listed, with titles. Multiple titles for each of 28 authors of the subgenre, with a total of over titles in all, including publication info and summaries. All published since most in the s. And if you just can't get enough, there's also Back to the Bench: Legal Stars Booklist Overbooked: An annotated list of 'novels related to the legal system -- includes thrillers, drama, general fiction, etc.

Author, title, summary for about 20 titles, by Robert K. Author, title, paragraph-length summaries for about 25 novels. Lists about 25 books most published in and , with author, title, publication year, and summary, from Wm. Legal mysteries and thrillers. Author, title, publication year listed for about 65 books, by authors such as Wm. The Court is in Session: Mysteries, thrillers, and simple legal fiction. Lists author, title, webcat link for about 45 single titles and about 60 legal series.

Legal Thrillers Reader's Advice: Corporate Thrillers Reader's Advice: Also includes thrillers set in the world of high finance. Type of business is occasionally noted. Crime Fiction by Lawyers St. Lists about a dozen lawyer-authors and their crime titles, plus a list of 12 more lawyer-authors without title listing.

Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Legal Mysteries Volume 16, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists of lawyerly crime fiction. Suspense fiction that 'involves doctors or nurses or is set in hospitals or other medical settings. Breeze to The Select by F. Brief description of the subgenre, accompanied by a table listing about 65 authors varying widely from Val McDermid to Robin Cook to Mignon G.

Eberhart , protagonist, theme, and book titles, with webcat links. More Harm Than Good: Author and title only for about 70 medical thrillers. Medical Thrillers Reader's Advice: Medical Thrillers State Library of Tasmania: What to Read Next? Titles and webcat links for about 30 books by about 15 authors, in categories of medical thrillers, plagues, genetics, biotech thrillers, and environmental thrillers. Crime Scene Investigations Booklist Overbooked: These books have received starred reviews from the major reviewing sources.

Author, title, publication info, summaries for about 35 fiction and 12 non-fiction books 'about Forensic Science, Forensic Psychology, Forensic Anthropology, Medical Examiners, Crime Scene Investigations, etc.

Author, title, summary for about 70 crime novels involving forensics, from Compulsion by Keith Ablow to Warning Signs by Stephen White. Compiled March , updated Jan. Lists about 35 single titles and about 35 series, with author, title, and webcat link for each. Author, title, summary, and webcat link for about 20 forensic novels, from Sarah Andrews' Tensleep to Karin Slaughter's Blindsighted.

Titles featuring forensic specialists. Author, title, summary, and webcat link for about 15 books: Forensic Medicine State Library of Tasmania: Author, title, and occupation of sleuth listed for 14 series featuring forensics. Forensic Mysteries Reader's Advice: Walker's Jessica Coran series. List of authors -- with series character's name and profession for -- who write crime novels involving forensic medicine.

Lists about 40 series and 3 stand-alones, plus about 15 non-fiction authors. Author, title, and summary for 15 mysteries using forensic science to solve the crime s , from A World the Color of Salt: Forensics in Fiction St. Terrorism Thrillers Reader's Advice: As selected by independent mystery bookstore owners. Listed in alpha order by author's last name.

This is a list of Otto Penzler's choices for '50 Greatest Mysteries of All Time,' compiled for a book of the same title.

Top 10 dead bodies in literature The Guardian: Jon McGregor's list, from Dante to Raymond Carver, stories of lost lives that coalesce around a 'central absence. Overlooked, Underappreciated and Forgotten Mystery Books Mystery Bibliographies Tangled Web: Lists of mystery bibliographies, in categories such as historical mysteries, women mystery writers further divided , female P.

Murder Mysteries Book Bytes: Lists over 25 books by one mystery writer apiece, with brief description of the author's featured sleuth.

Lists a dozen authors and titles, with short description of the detecting duo who solves the cases. Mysteries, suspense novels, thrillers, and crime novels in which relatively or usually harmless items are employed as effective murder weapons. Almost 50 mysteries listed, from D. See also other sections on this page for occupations related to books, cooking, the arts, medicine, the law, forensic sciences, etc. Lists crime novels and series -- with author, title s , publication year s , links to more details and Amazon listings -- by occupation, including academics, animal care, construction industry, farmers and ranchers, finance, high society nice work if you can get it , interior designers, maritime industries, morticians, psychiatrists and psychologists, righters of wrongs, translators, etc.

Lists author, title, webcat link for about 30 single titles and about 15 series. Dig These Archaeological Mysteries!

Author, title, summary for about 10 series featuring reporters or columnists. The hallmark of police procedurals is a realistic depiction of official investigations, emphasizing teamwork, methodical pavement-pounding, lucky breaks, administrative hassles, and paperwork. Wingfield's A Touch of Frost Denton. Only problem with this list is that books that are part of a series are not identified.

This is the first part of the list, from A-I authors' last name. Lists author, title, webcat link for 9 single titles and about 80 series. Continued as authors J-Q and authors R-Z. Cops Crime Fiction Booklist: Books about Cops - Police Procedurals.

Police Procedurals Reader's Advice: Police Mysteries and Thrillers Around the U. Crime in the Big City: Author, publication info, and summary of series or title provided for each. Hard to read type against background. Police Fiction Reader's Advice: About half the titles are from Ed McBain's 87th Precinct series. Author, title, webcat link, cover image for about 35 titles, from Michael Connelly's The concrete blonde to Joseph Wambaugh's Finnegan's week.

Author, title, summary for about 25 books featuring female PIs or police officers. Crime Fiction Booklist Overbooked: The stories tend to be fast-paced, harder edged, and told in the first person narrative. Lists over 45 titles, with author and summary, for mysteries featuring private eyes. Most titles provided are the first in a series. Wesley's When Death Comes Stealing.

Political Thrillers Lynne M. Lists 24 titles, with author and summaries for each title. Political and Financial Schemes Bookbytes: Psychopaths and Serial Killers: A mix of horror books, thrillers, and mysteries. Author, titles, publication info, and summary for each of about 70 books. Most books published in or since Compiled ; updated Mar.

Author, title, webcat link, and summary for 22 novels featuring psychopaths, from Jan Burke's Bones: Psycho-Killer Thrillers Reader's Advice: List of Fictional Serial Killers Answers. For literature, the list names the serial killer, the author, and the book, series, play, or story in which the killer appears. Stop You're Killing Me: Lists authors, titles, publication years, character names, and provides Amazon links for hundreds of books.

Mystery Series List Leslie Ambedian: More of a mystery sleuths list. Listed by author, provides name of sleuth character, locale of series, and distinguishing features of the sleuth.

Lists about series. List of 20 mystery series, with links to titles in each series, with webcat links. Author, title, publication year, and summary of about mysteries involving golf, golf courses a common place to find a body , golfers, professional golf, etc. A Quinn Parker Novel of Suspense. Sports Mysteries Classic Crime Fiction: Sports Mysteries Reader's Advice: Sports Thrillers , with another 35 titles plus a bunch of Dick Francis titles; these name the sport involved.

Author, title, and summary for about 50 titles. Fishing Mysteries State Library of Tasmania: Author, title, summary for 7 mysteries. Authors and titles only, no summaries. About 20 books listed. Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Sports Mysteries Volume 12, No.

Lots of articles, essays, and lists of sports-related crime novels. With few exceptions, the authors we selected are writers from the latter half of the 20th century and new authors making their debuts in the 21st century.

Lists about 35 mysteries by country of setting, with author, title, brief summary. These locales are represented: Regional Mysteries Reader's Advice: Author, title, and Amazon link for lotsa titles. Author, title, webcat link, series name, setting and description for almost 20 series set in places such as Shanghai, Rome, Paris, Alaska, rural France, Botswana, Greece, Sweden, Venice, Reykjavik, Norway, Sicily, etc.

Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Island Mysteries Volume 26, No. Croix, Key West, the Caribbean generally, and islands generally. Author and title only for 30 mysteries, listed by country of setting. Lists about 25 mystery books set during a vacation or at a holiday location, with author, title, publication year, and summary, from MC Beaton's Death of a Nag to Eric Wright's Death of a Hired Man.

Lists only author and title s. Over titles listed. Books are set in vacation spots or take place while the detective is on vacation. Author, character name and brief description, first book of series for most and location of series, for about 40 series set in the following locales: Author, sleuth, titles, pub.

Author, title, and one-line summary for 18 mysteries that take place at the shore. Murder Under the Sun: Compiled , updated Author and title only for 20 mysteries set in a tropical climate, from Night of the Panther by E. Ayres to Orchid Beach by Stuart Woods. Some Like It Hot: Hot Crimes in Hot Climates St. Lists about 15 titles, by country or subregion, with author and summary for each book. Mysteries Around the World: Authors, titles, and publication dates only, no summaries.

About 60 books listed. Author and title for about 30 single titles and 4 series. Africa Stop, You're Killing Me!

Lists about 15 series set in Africa, with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Links to titles and publication years. Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled African Mysteries Volume 26, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists about mysteries in Africa, Africa noir, safari mysteries, etc. Lists about 15 series set in the Middle East mostly Turkey, Egypt and Israel , with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting.

Short stories and novels with significant elements drawn from ancient and modern Egypt. Author, title, publication info, and brief summary. Author, title, publication date, and summary for crime novels set in Egypt by 9 authors. Author, title, publication date, page count, summary of 6 crime novels set in Iraq. Author, title, publication date, page count, and summary for 10 crime novels set in Israel. Author, title, publication date, page count, and summary for 5 crime novels set in Lebanon.

Author, title, publication date, page count, and summary for 4 crime novels set in Saudi Arabia. Author, title, publication date, page count, and summary for 3 crime novels set in Syria. Lists about 20 titles, by country Canada, Cuba, the Caribbean, Peru, Mexico, and Brazil with author and summary for each book.

Canada Stop, You're Killing Me! Listed by province, provides author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting for about 35 series in total. Links to series titles and publication years.

Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Cool Canadian Crime Volume 19, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists of crime novels set in Canada. Lists 7 series one non-series , with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Plus, one title set in Guatemala.

Lists 5 series set in South America, with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Mexico Stop, You're Killing Me! Lists 2 series set in Mexico, with author, protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Listed by state, author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting. Lists by author, not place author, title, webcat link for about 65 single titles and about 25 series set in the American South.

South of the Mason Dixon Line: Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled South of the Mason Dixon Line Volume 18, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists of crime novels set in the American South. Lists about 25 authors, with series or title protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting. Lists 9 authors, with series or title protagonist, and brief description of protagonist and setting.

Tennessee Stop, You're Killing Me! Mostly lists of authors, but one list describes each series briefly. Seattle Mysteries Seattle Public Library: Killers in the Rain: Seattle Mysteries Mystery Readers Journal: Jance, Earl Emerson, Richard Hoyt, and others. France Stop, You're Killing Me! Lists about 20 series set in France, with author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting.

Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Mysteries Set in France Volume 16, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists of crime novels set in France. Also author interviews, publishing news, lending library, etc. And you can search by theme or location. List of more than fiction titles set in more than titles , some with lush annotation.

Also listing of non-fiction and films set in Venice. List of about fiction titles set in Florence , some with lush annotation. Also listing of non-fiction and films set in Florence.

Italy Stop, You're Killing Me! Lists about 20 series set in Italy, with author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting. Lists about 90 single titles and 13 series set in Italy, with author, title, and webcat link for each.

Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Mysteries Set in Italy Primo Volume 21, No. Lots of articles, essays, and lists of crime novels set in Italy. Lists 15 series set in Ireland and No. Ireland, with author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting. About series in all, listed by country and a separate list for London: England about series , London about series , Ireland and Northern Ireland about 15 series , Scotland about 30 series , Wales 7 series Lists author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting.

List of about 65 fiction titles, with lush annotation, set in London, as well as a listing of non-fiction and films set in these cities. Lists titles, by country, with author and summary for each book. Lists four for Ireland, and another Northbrook list adds six more scroll down to Mysteries. Lists author and title for 4 mysteries set in Ireland, 4 in Scotland, 1 in Wales, and about 45 set in England.

British Mysteries Reader's Advice: Oxbridge Mysteries Mystery Readers International: Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal titled Oxbridge Mysteries Volume 17, No.

Lots of articles, essays, and lists of crime novels set in Oxford and Cambridge. Sweden Stop, You're Killing Me! Lists about 6 series set in Sweden, with author, title, series or title protagonist, brief description of protagonist and setting. The Netherlands 4 series and Norway 1 series. Scandinavian Mysteries Mystery Readers International: Template design by Six Shooter Media. Fiction Set in Maine Booklist: Drowned Towns in Fiction Booklist: Tales of Rural Life Booklist: Unusual and Unlikely Murder Weapons Booklist: Drama in Crime Fiction Booklist: Golf in Crime Fiction Booklist: Mysteries featuring Amateur Detectives See also Cozies.

Cozies and Domestic Mysteries Cozies contain generally a minimum of violence and graphic unpleasantness blunt instruments and poisons are popular weapons , and they often take place in a house, village, small town, academic setting, or other benign, familiar and conventional social setting, with characters who are usually civilised and mannerly. New Year's Day My Shelf: Readalike Mysteries Skip to Individual mystery readlikes.

The Arts and Entertainment in Mystery. Mystery Readers International: Art Mysteries: Not much online here, but if you have a strong interest in the topic, you might want to back order a copy of the Mystery Readers International journal on Art Mysteries I (Volume 21, No. 1), from Spring or Art Mysteries II (Volume 21, No. 2, Summer ). Sex Anti Aging What Is The Best Wrinkle Cream For Face Olay Anti Aging Cream Ingredients. The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.