312 pages (softback)

This is an amazing collection of essays highlighting 101 "underrated and overlooked fright flicks" from the last 100 years of cinema. I wrote the compelling essay on the 1969 Spanish production The House That Screamed. It's a really excellent picture that is rarely screened and hard to find. But worth the search -- guaranteed. This non-fiction book is easier to find though, so definitely order yourselves a copy. For more on the book, check out the publisher's site.