Books About Cinema

Eaten Alive!: Italian Cannibal and Zombie Movies 2d, Jay Slater, Plexus Publishing 2006
Film As Art, Arnheim, U.C. Press 1989
Film Language: A Semiotics of the Cinema, Metz / Taylor (tr.), U. of Chicago Press 1991
Film Studies: Critical Approaches, Hill et. al. (eds.), Oxford U. Press 2000
Film Theory and Criticism: Introductory Readings, Braudy / Cohen, Oxford U. Press 1998
Film, Form, and Culture, Kolker, McGraw Hill 2001
Grindhouse: The Forbidden World of "Adults Only" Cinema, Muller / Faris, St. Martins Press 1996
Hollywood Babylon, Anger, Dell 1983
Hollywood Gothic: The Tangled Web of Dracula from Novel to Stage to Screen, David J. Skal, Faber & Faber 2004
How to Read a Film, Monaco, Oxford U. Press 2000
Inside Teradome, Jack Hunter, Creation Books 1995
More Than Meat Joy: Complete Performance Works & Selected Writings, Carolee Schneemann, Mcpherson & Co. 1979
The Aesthetics and Psychology of the Cinema, Mitry / King (tr.), Indiana U. Press 2000
The History of Film, Parkinson, Thames & Hudson 1996
The Imaginary Signifier: Psychoanalysis and the Cinema, Metz / Williams (tr.), Indiana U. Press 1986
The Major Film Theories: An Introduction, Andrew, Oxford U. Press 1976
The Monster Show: A Cultural History of Horror; Revised Edition with a New Afterword, David J. Skal, Faber & Faber 2001
The Oxford Guide to Film Studies, Hill et. al. (eds.), Oxford U. Press 1998
The Oxford History of World Cinema, Nowell-Smith (ed.), Oxford 1999
V Is for Vampire: The A-Z Guide to Everything Undead, David J. Skal, Plume 1996
Vampires: Encounters With the Undead, David J. Skal, Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers 2006
What Is Cinema, Bazin, U.C. Press 1989