He should start a fiction magazine-- Stephen King's Tales Of Horror
or somesuch-- and offer free advertising to other fiction magazines.
Hell, I'd buy it.
I'm catching up on comics and stuff, so I haven't dived into a new book yet.
Recent DVD purchases are:
, which is one of those "Amicus does Hammer" flicks, to the point of getting Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee to star in it.
Classic Sci-Fi Ultimate Collection 1 & 2
, which isn't really horror, but it's got enough horror elements to blur the line a little. This is a great
set. You've got your The Incredible Shrinking Man, Tarantula, The Mole People, etc. Fun stuff, and the Amazon price is $15-$20 cheaper than I've seen in stores. Most of these movies aren't available on DVD in the U.S. individually, so it's nice to finally have them. There isn't a lot in the way of special features, but that's okay with me.
Mad Monster Party
. What? I wanted it. Be quiet.
Edit: Oh, and the Criterion Collection edition of Vampyr
comes out next week.