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Suburban Grindhouse: From Staten Island to Times Square and All the Sleaze Between
by Nick Cato
Published by Headpress
9.3"x7.5", 256p, 136+ b+w photos
Film review books may be a dime a dozen, but how many include the actual experience of witnessing the movie in a theater? STINK zine editor and online columnist Nick Cato shares his time growing up in seedy NY and NJ theaters, and how these screenings helped to shape opinion of the movies. Whether one of his beloved local theaters in Staten Island, NY, or at a double feature at the infamous 42nd Street in Times Square during its heyday, audiences were always lively and outspoken. Part memoir, part film criticism, SUBURBAN GRINDHOUSE looks at the audiences as much as it is a book about exploitation movies themselves.
*WE HAVE TO CHARGE TAX IF YOU'RE IN ILLINOIS. OUR WEBSITE ISN'T SET UP TO DO IT. APOLOGIES. IT IS 10.25%, WHICH ON THIS BOOK IS $2.25.