Cinema Sewer Volume 5: The Adults Only Guide to History's Sickest and Sexiest Movies! by Robin BougieCinema Sewer Volume 5: The Adults Only Guide to History's Sickest and Sexiest Movies! by Robin Bougie

Cinema Sewer Volume 5: The Adults Only Guide to History's Sickest and Sexiest Movies!

EditorRobin Bougie

Paperback | October 12, 2015

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The celebrated underground smash that is Cinema Sewer the magazine has been transformed and mutated into CINEMA SEWER: THE BOOK - and following the outstanding popularity of the first four books, VOLUME FIVE has been unleashed onto a now slightly-less-unsuspecting world! A mind-melting compilation of gonzo writing, illustration and comics about the most insane, sexy, awkward, cheesy, hilarious, upsetting and jaw-dropping movies in the history of film, Cinema Sewer joyously and shamelessly celebrates the sleazy aspects of bizarre cinematic history. Issues 24 to 26 of Robin Bougie's celebrated independent magazine are revisited in this fifth wild FAB Press volume, along with an additional 85 pages of never-before-seen interviews, rants, comics, hard-to-find classic movie advertising, and graphic illustrations by Bougie and his talented friends from both the comic book and animation industries. Regardless of whether readers are just discovering the world of classic porn, horror, and exploitation movies, or if they're long time fans, they'll find plenty to get excited about, as they gleefully slosh around in the filth of the Cinema Sewer!
Title:Cinema Sewer Volume 5: The Adults Only Guide to History's Sickest and Sexiest Movies!Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.75 inPublished:October 12, 2015Publisher:Fab PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1903254833

ISBN - 13:9781903254837

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"There's no elitist attitude, no pretentious postering. These people really love movies, know their history, and like anyone who truly loves anything, they want you to be as stoked about is as they are." -- Razorcake