Ramsey Campbell Emma Audsley Ray Bradbury John Carpenter Wes Craven Jonathan Maberry Graham Masterton George A. Romero
Horror 201: The Silver Scream
April 23, 2020 Comments.. 836
Horror The Silver Scream Finally available in a page paperback HORROR THE FINAL SCREAM The definitive guide to filmmaking and filmmakers by the best in the field Horror The Silver Scream the follow up to the Bram
  • Title: Horror 201: The Silver Scream
  • Author: Ramsey Campbell Emma Audsley Ray Bradbury John Carpenter Wes Craven Jonathan Maberry Graham Masterton George A. Romero
  • ISBN: 9780994679369
  • Page: 402
  • Format: Paperback
  • Finally available in a 440 page paperback HORROR 201 THE FINAL SCREAM The definitive guide to filmmaking and filmmakers by the best in the field.Horror 201 The Silver Scream, the follow up to the Bram Stoker Award nominated Horror 101 The Way Forward, delves into the minds of filmmakers to see what it takes to produce great horror films, from the writing and fundingFinally available in a 440 page paperback HORROR 201 THE FINAL SCREAM The definitive guide to filmmaking and filmmakers by the best in the field.Horror 201 The Silver Scream, the follow up to the Bram Stoker Award nominated Horror 101 The Way Forward, delves into the minds of filmmakers to see what it takes to produce great horror films, from the writing and funding process, to directing, producing, and writing tie ins.It s a tome of interviews and essays by some of our favorite artists.Film legends and authors such as John Carpenter, Wes Craven, George A Romero, Ray Bradbury, Ed Naha, Patrick Lussier, Stephen Volk, Nancy Holder, Ramsey Campbell, Tom Holland, John Shirley, Jeffrey Reddick, William Stout, and John Russo want to share their expertise with you through informative, practical, career building advice These are the folks behind movies and novelizations such as A Nightmare on Elm Street, Scream, Dark Shadows, Sleepy Hollow, Supernatural, Buffy, Resident Evil, The Stand, Sleepwalkers, Masters of Horror, The Fly, Critters, Tales from the Crypt, Child s Play, Fright Night, Thinner, The Langoliers, Ted Bundy, Final Destination, Re animator Unbound, Halloween, Apollo 18, The Eye, Night of the Living Dead, The Crow, The Mist, Pan s Labyrinth, and Raiders of the Lost Ark.Horror 201 also entertains You ll see a side of your favorite authors, producers, and directors never seen before combining fun and entertainment with informative career building advice Horror 201 is aimed at arming generations of authors, screenwriters, producers, directors, and anyone else interested in the film industry, from big budget movies to the independent film circuit, as well as the stage.Whether you re an accomplished author or screenwriter, writing as a hobby, or have dreams of writing screenplays or making movies, Horror 201 will take you on a behind the scenes tour of the Horror movie industry from Hollywood to the UK and Australia Horror 201 covers Horror as culture Scare tactics The evolution of the horror film Viewer desensitization Watching your story come to life Screenwriting advice Dissecting screenplays A production company case study Tricks of the trade Writing tips Advice on Producing Advice on Directing Information about funding and distributing a film Entertaining tidbits and anecdotesAnd so much Horror 201 The Silver Scream is perfect for people who are looking to delve into screenplay writing want to write their first screenplay are fans of the horror movie industry like to follow the careers of their favorite directors are planning on infiltrating a different field in horror writing are looking to pay bills with their art are trying to establish a name brand are looking for motivation and or inspiration are seeking contacts in the film industry Edited by Joe Mynhardt and Emma Audsley.The full line up includes John Carpenter, Wes Craven, George A Romero, Ray Bradbury, Ramsey Campbell, Ed Naha, Edward Lee, Patrick Lussier, Tim Lebbon, Jonathan Maberry, Stephen Volk, William Stout, Michael McCarty, Dan Curtis, Graham Masterton, Harry Shannon, Jason V Brock, L.L Soares, Mick Garris, William F Nolan, Lee Karr, Jeffrey Reddick, Taylor Grant, Stephen Johnston, Aaron Sterns, Michael Laimo, Jonathan Winn, David C Hayes, Brian Pinkerton, David Henson Greathouse, Aaron Dries, Armand Rosamilia, Billy Hanson, Jack Thomas Smith, John Russo, Keith Arem, Denise Gossett, Mark Steensland, John Shirley, Tom Holland, Adrian Roe, Dave Jeffery, James Hart, James Cullen Bressack, Jeff Strand, Nancy Holder, E.C McMullen Jr, Richard Gray, Richard Chizmar, William C Cope interior artist , Tim Waggoner, Tom Monteleone, Nick Cato, Kevin Wet, Eric Miller, and Lynne Hansen Don t let this opportunity slip through your creative fingers.
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    1 Blog on “Horror 201: The Silver Scream

    1. Drake says:

      Horror 201 is a terrific sequel to Crystal Lake Publishing s Horror 101, which focused on the book end of the business This time, Mynhardt offers up some useful and entertaining advice when it comes to horror in the film industry Included are sections on industry trends, personal accounts from screenwriters, novelizations of movies, and interviews with industry greats such as George Romero Also, the tribute to the late Wes Craven at the end was quite touching Instead of a how to book for the fil [...]

    2. Stuart West says:

      Horror 201 The Silver Scream Vol 1 is a mixed bag, depending on what the reader s looking for If the reader has a keen interest in horror films and or is looking to try his hand at horror film screenwriting is indispensable, a must have tome full of tips, insider anecdotes, and advice for the struggling film writer While I could ve done without the two opening, academically dull essays honestly, it s a bunch of common sense gussied up in boring professorial talk and frankly, they don t seem to f [...]

    3. Kelly Rickard says:

      Review copyThe Definitive guide to filmmaking and film makers by the best in the field An insightful and interesting book full of fun facts and stories that only people in the business would know about Some of the people in this book I knew of, others I don t know but all I had interesting tips about screenwriting, their favourite films, favourite books and other parts of the horror film industry.

    4. David Murphy says:

      This was a very interesting read As someone with no interest in getting into the film making business and so with no knowledge it was very insightful It also has entertainment value for the various stories told around the making of several movies Overall I enjoyed it.

    5. Stewart Horn says:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book It s a series of pieces about making horror movies, including interviews, essays and mini features on every aspect writing, pre production, directing, producing, money raising, editing, promotion and distribution.Some of it is useful and informative, like the sections that specifically advise would be filmmakers on how to go about it some less useful but equally entertaining the long interviews with George Romero, Wes Craven and John Carpenter make it a worthwhile [...]

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