Dave Jay, William S. Wilson, Torsten Dewi – It Came From the Video Aisle!

Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment was the most remarkable B-movie studio of the 1990s, responsible for a barrage of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror classics during the last true “golden age” of the home video era. From Puppetmaster to Trancers and beyond, Full Moon transformed the VHS experience for fans worldwide, bringing the inner workings of the movie-making process into the living room, and in turn creating a ravenous fan base that remains to this day. This book tracks the history of the company, from its late 80s birth among the ruins of the American drive-in through to its bid to survive in the modern digital world. Featuring rare artwork, behind-the-scenes photos, and over 50 exclusive interviews with the cast and crew who helped to create the legendary B-movie studio, this is an essential listen for any cult film fan still lamenting the death of the “mom ‘n pop” video store.
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Chris Kattan – Baby, Don’t Hurt Me

You may know him as Mango, Mr. Peepers, the gibberish-spouting Suel Forrester, or one half of the head-bopping brothers in A Night at the Roxbury. Maybe you remember him as the forlorn Gothic kid Azrael Abyss, Gay Hitler, or the guitarist in the More Cowbell sketch. Whichever it is, Chris Kattan has earned a spot in the hearts of a generation of comedy fans.
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Patricia Heaton – Motherhood and Hollywood

The really important things in life are your family and friends. And what will people say about you at your funeral – that you won an Emmy once, or that you were a good person, kind and generous? Well, as for me, I hope it’s the latter. And the fact that I recently commissioned an Emmy-shaped coffin just eliminates the need for anyone to bring it up.
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