“Headed up by filmmaker Nico B, Cult Epics is among the most dedicated and long-running purveyors of true cult cinema, with 25 years of beautiful releases for the big and small screen alike. It is a place where bad taste and great art intersect, whose roster is always confrontational and uncompromising.” -Kier-La Janisse (writer of House of Psychotic Women)
CULT EPICS: COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO CULT CINEMA. New Deluxe Hardcover book, edited by Nico B. First Edition of 1000 copies.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Cult Epics – the controversial arthouse, horror and erotica video label – this commemorative hardcover book covers essential releases from filmmakers such as Tinto Brass, Fernando Arrabal, Radley Metzger, Walerian Borowcyzk, Jean Genet, Abel Ferrara, George Barry, Rene Daalder, Agusti Villaronga, Jorg Buttgereit, Gerald Kargl, Nico B, Irving Klaw, and pinup legend Bettie Page. Includes in-depth reviews of films, interviews, and essays on directors by film critics Nathaniel Thompson, Mark R. Hasan, Michael den Boer, Ian Jane, Stephen Thrower, Marcus Stiglegger, Heather Drain and others – fully illustrated in color with rare photos, poster art, and memorabilia. 256 Pages with over 500 images.
Cult Epics website Exclusive: Cult Epics HC Book with silver gilded edges & Cult Epics Trailer Reel DVD (Last 100), signed by Nico B. SOLD OUT!
- Silver gilded edges
- Cult Epics Trailer Reel DVD
- Signed by Nico B
- 8.75 x 11.25 x 1 inches
- 3lb and 1.9oz
- ISBN: 9780692940945
- Publication Year: 2018
- Language: English
“Whether you’re just a hobby film scholar or overall enthusiast like we are, or you’re an actual historian or just dig great cult films, this book is for you.” Furious Cinema
“The hardback book looks like an oversized museum piece, replete with innumerable posters and still images on thick, high-quality, glossy paper. The layout and design are exquisite.” Rock Shock Pop
“A Prestigious Tome. To be fair, even accurate, all film flourishes in the darkness. Movies can never truly go extinct as long as writers, critics, fans and distributors such as these are vigilantly weighing, hashing out and considering the merit of even the most obscure objects of desire captured to the moving image. With Cult Epics Comprehensive Guide to Cult Cinema, Nico B promotes just that, while celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Cult Epics label in fine style.” Screen Anarchy