Wednesday, July 19, 2023

Moonlight Marquee: Werewolf Film Encyclopedia (2023)

Writer & Editor


The werewolf has been a cinematic staple since the early 1900s. The popular image of man and beast, from uncontrollable monsters to suave high school basketballers, has had a place of honor in our narratives from the beginnings of the art form. There have been high budget, glossy Hollywood productions featuring the werewolf, low budget drive-in features, shot-on-video labors of love and everything in-between. What this volume attempts to do is collate as many of these films that our intrepid research team could find in one place. Separated by decade, and then alphabetically, every film has been reviewed, quantified, and qualified in terms ranging from narrative concepts all the way to the 'fur and fangs' quotient. Slipway Cinema Press is proud to have this, Moonlight Marquee: The Werewolf Film Encyclopedia, as their first release. It may have taken five years, but it spans generations.

Featuring the work of: Nicole Castle-Kelly, Peggy Christie, Michael Cieslak, Paul Counelis, Tyler DePerro, Jeff Dolniak, David Herndon, Mirek Lipinski, Corey Maslowski, Kevin Moyers, Andrew J. Rausch, Brian J. Robb, Mark C. Scioneaux, Sean Seal, Daniel Gorman, and Joshua Werner

Featuring Conversations with Fred Dekker, Joe Dante, Lowell Dean, Kevin Lindenmuth, Mark Polonia, Eric Red, Todd Sheets, Wesley Strick, and Joe Castro

Cover Painting by Daniel Gorman

Layout and Design by John Teehan & Sarah Joseph

Edited by David C. Hayes

Hardcover / Full Color / 458 pages / 8.5" x 11"

Tuesday, July 18, 2023

Werewolves & Witches & Psychos... (2023, STP)

with Peggy Christie


Watch in abject horror as the duo that brought you A Fistful of Dead Folk do it again! Granted, that is 'do it' in the literature sense and none other. This collection of stories feature all those cool licensed properties that Peggy and David will never, ever get to work on. Think of this as the literary equivalent of a giant wall of prints at a convention where the artist doesn't own ANY of the intellectual properties. See? It works. Features stories set in the worlds of The Omen, The Howling, C.H.U.D., Halloween and The Wizard of Oz!

Brilliant cover art by Dan Gorman.