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Harlan Ellison's Endlessly Watching
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Edgeworks Abbey
Publication date September 30, 2014
Pages 198
Binding Paperback
ISBN-13 9780989525770
ISBN-10 0989525775
Dimensions 0.45 by 7.50 by 9.25 in.
Weight 0.77 lbs.
Original list price $49.99
Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: This follow-up to Ellison’s 1989 Stoker Award-winning book of film (and by extension, cultural) criticism picks up precisely where its predecessor left off: with the 35th installment—dated July 1989—of his column in THE MAGAZINE OF FANTASY & SCIENCE FICTION, and continues through his 50th entry, written for this volume in September 2014. But wait, there’s more: buy now, and at no extra cost, you’ll get three pieces of twenty-first century film criticism bringing the collection bang -up-to-date, as well as a long-lost assessment of PSYCHO that predates even the 1965 entries in HARLAN ELLISON’S WATCHING; if that’s not value for money, we don’t know what is. Did I mention the stunning Overton Loyd cover? The Harlan Ellison’s Watching columns included are: From 1989: Installment 35: In Which the Phantasmagorical Pales Before the Joys of the Mimetic Installment 36: In Which, Darkly and Deliciously, We Travel From Metropolis to Metropolis, Two Different Cities, Both Ominous Installment 37: In Which Not Only is No Answer Given, But No One Seems to Know the Question to Ask Installment 38: In Which, Though Manipulated, We Acknowledge That Which All Men Seek From 1990: Installment 39: In Which We Hum a Merry Tune While Waiting for New Horrors, New Horrors Installment 40: In Which We Scrutinize the Sedulousness to Their Hippocratic Oath of Troglodytic, Blue, Alien Proctologists Installment 41: In Which an Extremely Nervous Fool with His Credentials Taped to His Forehead Tacks Trepidatiously Between Scylla and Charybdis Knowing that Angels and Wise Men Would Fear Even to Dog-Paddle This Route Installment 42: In Which It Waddles Like a Duck, Sheds Water Like a Duck, and Goes Steady With Ducks, But Turns Out to be a Tortoise Installment 43: In Which We Lament, “There Goes the Neighborhood!” Installment 44: In Which the Good Ship Coat-Tail-Ride Sinks, Abandoning Hundreds in Treacherous Waters From 1991: Installment 45: In Which Tempus Fidgets, Fugits, and Inevitably Omnia Revelats Installment 46: In Which We Bend So Far Over Backwards To Be Unbiased That You Can See The Nose Hairs Quiver With Righteousness Installment 47: In Which Artful Vamping Saves the Publisher $94.98 From 1994: Installment 48: In Which the Wee Child’s Icons are Demeaned From 1995: Installment 49: In Which the Old Man of the Sea Bites the Head off Yet Another Chicken From 2014: Installment 50: In Which the Playroom of the Prodigal Gives One Last Gasp Pre-dating Ellison’s column in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, ENDLESSLY WATCHING collects a review of PSYCHO from a 1960 fanzine, 1974’s “Total Impact: THE TERMINAL MAN,” and Ellison’s 1966 treatise on terror: “3 Faces of Fear,” making its debut in a non-fiction Ellison collection. Bridging the nearly two decades between Watching columns are: 2007’s “I Saw GHOST RIDER Today at the Galleria,” and 2013’s review of 12 YEARS A SLAVE and “Death to All Hollywood Award Shows!” As an added bonus, we’ve exhumed two unpublished reviews…or, rather, one unpublished review of BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA and an unpublished refusal to review HONEY, I BLEW UP THE BABY.

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