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The Hammer Vault by Marcus Hearn

The Hammer Vault

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The Hammer Vault by Marcus Hearn
Hardcover $34.95
Dec 20, 2011 | ISBN 9780857681171

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“Hearn probably could’ve killed my parents and I’d still have to tell you how awesome this book is.” – Topless Robot

“Five Out of Five.” – SciFi Mafia

“This is a truly comprehensive handbook to beat all handbooks on all things Hammer. If you love horror, you’ll really love this book.” – Ain’t It Cool News

“Hammer’s great legacy is captured in beautiful, vivid detail as never before seen…” – Comics Cavern

“A treasure trove of goodies…” –

“An absolute must for fans of classic horror.” – Twitch Film

“The Count of coffee table books and a lavishly, lovingly compiled edition that is essential for all the hounds of Hammer.” – Cool Ass Cinema

“The Hammer Vault  will definitely satisfy your blood lust for information on the legendary house of horror.” – Cool and Collected

“Bursting at the seams with tons of newly released material… the perfect coffee table book for Hammer enthusiasts.” – Shock Til You Drop

“There is a real wealth of material here, all of it valuable, all of it agleam.” – Flixist

“A tantalizing overview of Hammer Films.” – Blog Critics

“…a beautifully presented, truly fascinating work.” – Eat Sleep Live Film

“… a book that cult film fans will be dying for.” – Film School Rejects

“A fascinating and informative read.” – Movie Morlocks

“…this is wonderful publication, not just for lover of all things Hammer, but for any lover of film.” – Attack from Planet B

“As high as my expectations were going in, The Hammer Vault easily trumped them. As a visual document of the studio that defined horror cinema throughout the 1950s and ’60s, it’s remarkable.” – High Def Digest

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