The new book by Jason Paul Collum, They Made How Many?, is 654 pages long and takes a look at the many horror sequels of the 20th century. is a 654 page look at the many horror sequels of the 20th century
Something To Scream About, Sleepless Nights : Revisiting The Slumber Party Masacres,, and Screaming In High Heels: Rise & Fall Of The Scream Queen Era. He also wrote the book Assault on the Killer Bs : Interviews with 20 Cult Film Actresses and this month a new Jason Paul Collum publication was published. It’s titled They made How Many?! It’s called (Mostly) American Horror Franchises of the 20th Century and it’s 654 pages of horror sequels made in the 1900s. You can purchase copies at THIS LINK.They made How many?! The following is the description of American Horror Franchises of the 20th Century: The Howling, 8. Children of the Corn 9
. Witchcraft 16. Amityville 41 (legally?). Horror sequels date back over 100 years. The first horror sequel was The Golem 41 (1915), and the second one was The Golem and the Dancing Girl 41 (1917). Initially a rarity, and often looked upon as inferior to films, sequels in the horror genre exploded in 1980s popularity when video rental shops needed product to fill empty shelves. The sequels of any successful title were a worldwide phenomenon. They guaranteed producers a profit. These direct-to-video releases were also quickly forgotten. This collection includes the thoughts and recollections of many of the cast and crew members who brought them to theaters and TV screens for multiple generations to enjoy. Along for this nostalgic ride are the thoughts and recollections of many of the cast and crew members who brought them to theaters and TV screens for multiple generations to enjoy.As someone who owes their horror fandom to the many sequels of the 1980s, this book sounds like a fun idea and a must-read to me.Will you be picking up a copy of They Made How Many?! (Mostly) American Horror Franchises of the 20th Century? Leave a comment to let us know.