DIMENSIONS: 6.75 x9.5 x1.5 Inches
AUTHOR(S): Mike McPadden
Original cover painting by Andrei Bouzikov
Exploding with far over 666 of the most intense movies of all-time, featuring: Headbanger classics: This Is Spinal Tap, Heavy Metal Parking Lot, Trick or Treat, Black Roses, Black Sabbath, The Decline and Fall of Western Civilization 2: The Metal Years, Rock ‘N Roll Nightmare, The Dungeonmaster, River’s Edge, Gummo, Lord of the Rings, Over the Edge, RoboCop, Saw, Savage Streets, The Toxic Avenger, Hard Rock Zombies, The Phantom of Paradise, Airheads, Evilspeak, Evil Dead, The Devil’s Rejects, Monster Dog, The Wicker Man… Disturbing documentaries: Metal: A Headbanger’s Journey, Some Kind of Monster, Paradise Lost, Faces of Death… Bulging barbarians: Conan the Destroyer, Clash of the Titans, The Sword and The Sorcerer… Satanic shockers: The Exorcist, Rosemary’s Baby, The Devils, House of 1000 Corpses… Splattery slashers: Maniac, Halloween, My Bloody Valentine, Sleepaway Camp… Post-nuke dystopias: Mad Max, Blade Runner, The Road Warrior, Megaforce, Zardoz, Land of Doom, Death Race 2000, Planet of the Apes… Carnivorous chunk-blowers: Cannibal Holocaust, Cannibal Ferox, Bloodsucking Freaks… Undead gut-munchers: Zombie, Dawn of the Dead, Burial Ground, Dead/Alive… Midnight mind-benders: Eraserhead, The Holy Mountain, Caligula, The Warriors, Repo: The Genetic Opera… Concert films and killer cameos by Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Napalm Death, Godflesh, White Zombie, Alice Cooper, Helmet, Cannibal Corpse, Kiss, Powermad, and countless fake hair metal bands who end up getting killed onscreen… Plus witches, werewolves, bikers, aliens, lesbian vampires, and vengeful vikings galore, over 1300 sin-ematic sensations in all. Brooklyn-born powerhouse Mike “McBeardo”
McPadden has written prolifically about high art and low culture for the likes of Esquire, Black Book, and New York Press. He worked for more than a decade as head writer for the online phenomenon Mr. Skin, and has also done time as a B-movie screenwriter. McPadden lives in Chicago with his wife, xoJane.com editor Rachel McPadden.