On Sept. 7, reprint issues of both Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the ’70s and’ 80s and Blood on Black Wax: Horror Soundtracks on Vinyl will receive the deluxe treatment of 1984 Publishing (1984publishing.com) presented by Toronto horror. periodically Rue Morgue (Rue-Morgue.com).
Michael Gingold’s Ad Nauseam is now in its third edition. While the first editions will feature exclusively 80s newspaper ads, this latest version will feature a whopping 100 additional pages from the 70s, a decade rivaled by the 80s as the most beloved of horror fans. 70s classics including The Exorcist, The Omen, Jaws, Phantasm, The Amityville Horror, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Suspiria, Carrie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show and many more are all featured now. The book also includes a new foreword by director Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Howling, Piranha), along with Gingold’s illuminating commentary and classic (often hilarious) movie reviews.
After the publication of the first Ad Nauseam, a number of fans asked if we wanted to do a similar deep dive into the 1970s, and I am delighted to have had the opportunity to do just that. horror came into its own as box office and big trends were launched, and also when many of the strangest and wildest movies came out of the independent and foreign scenes. sensation to curate and curate this major expansion of Ad Nauseam for both previous and new readers, ”said Ad Nauseam author Michael Gingold.
Ad Nauseam: Newsprint Nightmares from the 70s and 80s will consist of over 300 pages and retail for $ 37.95. The title will be available worldwide from local bookstores, plus online retailers, including Amazon and Chapters. Gingold’s additional titles with 1984 Publishing, Ad Nauseam II: Newsprint Nightmares from the 1990s and 2000s and Ad Astra: 20 years of newspaper advertising for science fiction and fantasy movies are also available.
Likewise, the expanded second edition of Blood on Black Wax: Horror Soundtracks on Vinyl Profiles has several additional soundtrack titles, reflecting the consistently strong trend of horror soundtracks being applied to vinyl. The 272-page full-color book highlights the intricate (and often rare) artwork on the LP covers, as well as album reviews, release details and backstories. New titles include regular items such as Child’s play The silence of the lambs Children of the corn Silver bullet, and Cujo, in addition to cult hits such as Troll Troll 2 Bad taste Spookies Ghoulies, and Children are not allowed to play with dead things
“I will never stop being proud Blood on black wax, a passion project conceived by Jeff and I and brought to life in 1984 Publishing about the obsession of my life: horror soundtracks on vinyl. I’m so proud to see the book get this luxurious second edition with even more cool records to add to your shelf, ”said study co-author Aaron Lupton.
“It was exciting to go back and visit again Blood on black wax with Aaron, and not just as an excuse to listen to the Maniac Cop soundtrack again. With the new edition, we’ve redoubled our efforts to speak directly to a number of composers such as Jay Chattaway, Joe Renzetti and Jonathan Elias about their work on classic horror film scores. Plus, I love it when I have to watch movies like The Kindred for “ work-related purposes, ” explains co-author Jeff Szpirglas.
Mick Garris (director / The score SleepwalkersAuthor / Hocus Pocus) wrote a preface Blood on black wax, while composer Christopher Young (Hellraiser Pet Sematary) wrote the epilogue.
Blood on black wax will feature improved limited edition packaging (foil cover elements + gilded foil page borders) and retails for $ 34.95. Just like Ad Nauseam, it will be available worldwide at local bookstores and online stores.
You can download both new editions of Ad Nauseam and Blood on black wax at the 1984 Publishing website.
Subjects: vinyl, collectibles