Killin’ Generals: The Making of the Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WW II Movie of All Time takes a look at the The Dirty Dozen, from the book to the big screen
James Chapman delved into archives, first-hand sources, as well as unfinished scripts to separate fact from fiction when it comes to the movie
This book is a highly detailed, chronological account of how it all unfolded. I’m surprised I actually enjoyed a book which pulls from various media sources
Hollywood Horrors tells of dark past of Tinseltown, where movies stars, studios, and criminals are almost indistinguishable.
An insightful book in understanding the contribution of the family to the movie business, the way the studio system works, financing, & the meaning of success.
Some Kind of Hero: The Remarkable Story of the James Bond Films tells the story of the making 007 movie based on analysis from interviews and articles.
Walking With Ghosts by Gabriel Byrne is a memoir by the famous Irish actor. Mr. Byrne is an award-winning actor, who has been in over 80 productions.
Best. Movie. Year. Ever.: How 1999 Blew Up the Big Screen by Brian Raftery examines movies from 1999, a groundbreaking year in cinema with many amazing movies.
Bombshells, Vol. 1: Enlisted by Marguerite Bennett is a graphic novel from DC Comics imagining the DC Super heroines (Bombshells) World War II era champions
Superman has been ruling humanity for four years with an iron fist. The gods of Olympus have been trying to overthrow Superman but their regime is not better