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Birth.Movies.Death. launches fourth eBook, HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK by Brian W. Collins


 

BIRTH.MOVIES.DEATH. PUBLISHING ANNOUNCES ITS FOURTH EBOOK,  

HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK BY BRIAN W. COLLINS

Austin, TX - February 16, 2016 - Birth.Movies.Death is thrilled to announce the fourth title in its publishing label: Brian W. Collins' HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK.  The ebook is available beginning today on Amazon's Kindle Direct for $4.95.

For over six years, Collins watched and reviewed a different horror movie every single day for his site, HorrorMovieADay.com. Most of them stunk. With over 2500 reviews on the Horror Movie A Day site, finding the worthwhile titles can be a chore, so Collins has curated a selection of choice films - 365 of them, in fact, one for every day of the year. Each month has a different theme and offers a variety of films within that theme for your viewing enjoyment. Every movie is someone's favorite movie - perhaps this book will introduce you to yours.

HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK follows FilmCritHULK's SCREENWRITING 101, Evan Saathoff's MADEA LIVES! and Britt Hayes' I SHOULD JUST NOT on the Birth.Movies.Death. publishing label, exhibiting BMD's diverse and talented lineup of writers and content.

Of Collins, Birth.Movies.Death. Editor-in-Chief Devin Faraci says, "It takes a special - and weird - kind of dedication to watch a horror movie a day every single day for six years, but if someone had to do it, I'm glad it was Brian Collins. His knowledge, sense of humor and sheer love for horror make him the ultimate guide through horror films both obscure and obvious."
 

"Part of the reason I stopped watching and reviewing movies every day was to work on this book,  selecting all of the horror films worth watching and leaving the rest where they belong - on my silly website.  If nothing else you should buy the book because it finally offers the black over white text readers have requested for nearly a decade," says Collins.
 

HORROR MOVIE A DAY: THE BOOK is available for $4.95 through Amazon's Kindle Direct. It features 365 horror film recommendations, one for every day of the year, as well as a foreword by MY BLOODY VALENTINE, DRIVE ANGRY, THE MESSENGERS and JASON X writer Todd Farmer and art from a variety of artists, including JB Sapienza, Nathan Chesshir, Eric Shonborn, Joe Badon and Jacopo Tenani. The cover art is by JB Sapienza.
 

About Birth.Movies.Death.

The three most monumental aspects of any life. Springing from the movie-loving culture of the Alamo Drafthouse Cinemas, Birth.Movies.Death. is putting the fun back in being a nerd. We know that people who love movies also love travel, good beer, tasty food, cool clothes and keeping up with the weirdest, craziest corners of pop culture. From cult classics to new blockbusters, from the latest TV shows to this week's comic books, from the BBQ to the brew pub, B.M.D. is there to find the treasures, even - especially! - in trash.

What does Birth.Movies.Death. mean? It means you are born, you die and in between you go to the movies.  It's a name that reflects the centrality of movies in our experience, in our lives. And it reflects the fact that the movies contain and comment on everything about life itself.