All Godless Here: The Golden Age of Horror 1930-1939 is an eBook written by me, Matt Bevilacqua and illustrated by webcomics artist Gino Vasconcelos

The genesis of the book is simple: I love old movies, and especially old horror movies. I love the weirdness, the pageantry, and the distinct sensation one gets at times that they were in fact making it up as they went along. The era features some of the most memorable actors of all time – Boris Karloff, Fay Wray, Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi – and some of the greatest directors and technicians as well – Fritz Lang, James Whale, and Karl Freund come to mind.

Island of Lost Souls - We Belong Dead - Golden Age of Horror

The book consists of twenty movie reviews.

1. Mad Love
2. Frankenstein
3. The Bride of Frankenstein
4. The Mummy
5. Dracula
6. The Island of Lost Souls
7. White Zombie
8. Doctor X
9. Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse
10. M
11. The Invisible Man
12. The Most Dangerous Game
13. King Kong
14. Doctor Jekyll and Mr Hyde
15. The Murders in the Rue Morgue
16. Vampyr
17. The Black Cat
18. The Raven
19. The Old Dark House
20. Freaks
21. Son of Frankenstein
22. Dracula’s Daughter

The book also includes two short essays GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM and THE RISE AND FALL OF THIRTIES HORROR. You can read THE RISE AND FALL OF THIRTIES HORROR here.

The eBook is on sale now, on Amazon.

I’ll also be writing a few blog/articles on the subject of thirties horror, as well as sharing peeks at Gino’s art over the coming weeks, so be sure to check back with us again.

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