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For the first time, get all six issues of I Love Bad Movies (including #6, "The Food Issue) together at a discounted price! Information for each issue:

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VOLUME ONE:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 15 artists and writers
- 19 pieces of writing and 2 graphic essays
- More than 40 pages of written content
- Special feature: How to Find Great Bad Movies
- Ridiculous quotes and interesting movie stills sprinkled throughout
- No theme for this issue but it inadvertently turned out Winona Ryder-heavy
- More photos: http://www.flickr.com/photos/theskyeisfalling/tags/badmovies/)

The issue that started it all!

COVER ART: Leah Hayes

GRAPHIC ESSAYS: Anja Verdugo, Jeremy Jusay

WRITERS: Cristina Cacioppo, Matt Carman, Byron Case, Alan 'Albo' Gamboa, Elliott Kalan, Joseph Kirkland, Sarah Marshall, Laura Martin, Dan McCoy, Ben Shapiro, Alex Smith, Scott White, and myself, Kseniya Yarosh

FILMS DISCUSSED: Streets of Fire, Road House, Sleepaway Camp, Happy Birthday To Me, Nukie, Slow Bullet, Desperate Lives, The Stuff, The Pick-Up Artist, A Stranger Among Us, Showgirls, Monster High, Shrooms, Stan Lee's Lightspeed, Sleepwalkers, Dream Lover, Lucas, The Darwin Awards, Alien: Resurrection, Sex and Death 101, Troll 2

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VOLUME TWO:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 13 artists and writers
- 17 short essays
- More than 45 pages of written content
- Special features: Tips for a Bad Movie Date and "Where Are They Now?" updates
- Interesting movie stills sprinkled throughout
- Theme: love, sex and friendship

An ideal gift for Valentine's Day, anniversary, or third date, ILBM #2 breaks down some of the oddest, most confusing and outrageous depictions of relationships ever committed to film.

COVER ART: Mark Burrier

CENTERFOLD ILLUSTRATION: Kseniya Yarosh

WRITERS: Cristina Cacioppo, Eric Epstein, Alan 'Albo' Gamboa, Christian Gridelli, Elliott Kalan, Joseph Kirkland, Kevin Maher, Dan McCoy, Rumsey Taylor, Matt Carman and myself, Kseniya Yarosh

FILMS DISCUSSED: No Small Affair, The Break-Up, Gleaming the Cube, Partners, Bachelor Party, Lifeforce, Don't Tell Her It's Me AKA The Boyfriend School, A Night at the Roxbury, Wicker Park, Gigli, The Room, Dreamcatcher, Hackers, Grease 2, Billy Jack, Boxing Helena, Love Story, Autumn in New York, Sweet November, A Walk to Remember

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VOLUME THREE:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 25 artists and writers
- 22 short essays
- More than 50 pages of written content
- Beautiful card stock color cover
- Special features: The story of Elektro the Moto-Man
- Interesting movie stills sprinkled throughout
- Theme: visions of the future

A perfect buy for anyone who is a fan of great-bad movies featuring post-apocalyptic settings, crappy and creepy computers, robots and more. Did you stock your Y2K bunker with truckloads of canned peaches and old VHS tapes of The Net, Dune, and Space Truckers? This zine is for you!

COVER ART: Jeremy Jusay

CENTERFOLD ILLUSTRATION: James Jajac

ADDITIONAL ART: Sara Reiss

WRITERS: Michael Adams, Keith Allison, Matt Bird, Matt Carman, Byron Case, Eric Epstein, Alan 'Albo' Gamboa, Matthew Glasson, Christian Gridelli, Dan Israeli, Joseph Kirkland, Matt Koff, M. Sweeney Lawless, Kevin Maher, Dan McCoy, Shove Mink, Bob Satuloff, Jay Stern, Ned Vizzini, Kseniya Yarosh

FILMS DISCUSSED: Bronx Warriors, Barbarella, Rocky IV, Dune, Prayer of the Rollerboys, Harley Davidson & the Marlboro Man, Demon Seed, Southland Tales, Space Truckers, Star Wars: Episode IV, Star Trek, Wing Commander, eXistenZ, Star Wars: Episode II, Robot in the Family, The Net, Demolition Man, Teknolust, Freejack, Not Quite Human, 2019: After the Fall of New York, Just Imagine, Ultra Warrior

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VOLUME FOUR:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 29 artists and writers
- 29 short essays
- More than 70 pages of written content (the biggest issue yet!)
- Beautiful card stock color cover
- Special feature: exclusive interview with the director of The Children (1980)
- Interesting movie stills sprinkled throughout
- Theme: Kids & Teens

This collection is not for kids. It's for adults who've been scarred by the likes of Return to Oz, Troll 2, Mac and Me, Time Bandits, etc, and are generally fascinated by bad-great films made for children but appealing to no one. Our writers and artists cover all the '80s childhood classics, plus a few contemporary gems.

Great gift for anyone celebrating a birthday or needing a break from watching Twilight and Hannah Montana with their own offspring.


FILMS DISCUSSED: Sidekicks, Adventures in Babysitting, Step Up 3D, Return to Oz, The Apple Dumpling Gang, Time Bandits, The Bad Seed, Freaky Friday (1976), Heavy Weights, Fallen Angel, The Buttercream Gang, Mac and Me, Don't Go to Sleep, The Sword and the Sorcerer, The Peanut Butter Solution, Troll 2, Old Dogs, The Little Prince, Class of 1984, Camp Cucamonga, Masters of the Universe, Gooby, The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, The Faculty, Newsies, Let's Get Pretty, Pamela's Prayer, Bratz: The Movie, The Watcher in the Woods, The Children (an interview with the director).


COVER ART: Stephen Neary

ARTISTS: Mary Regan, Jeremy Jusay, Dan McCoy

WRITERS: Keith Allison, Claudia Eve Beauchesne, Tom Blunt, Cristina Cacioppo, Jon Cross, Sophie Donkin, Sabra Embury, Alex Falcone, Ezra Fox, Alan Gamboa, Kate Hutchinson, Elliott Kalan, Matt Koff, M. Sweeney Lawless, Dan McCoy, Kevin Maher, Laura Jayne Martin, Shove Mink, Lauren Reid, Jay Ruttenberg, Jay Stern, Bob Satuloff, Justin Shatraw, Kriota Willberg, Matt Carman and myself, Kseniya Yarosh

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VOLUME FIVE:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of 29 artists and writers
- 28 funny, insightful, celebratory and/or mocking essays
- More than 70 pages of written content
- Beautiful color glossy cover stock
- Interview with Alex Winter of Death Wish 3!
- Illustrations and weird film stills for each movie
- Theme: "Before and After They Were Famous" or, "Early and Late Roles"

COVER ART: Mat Pringle

CENTERFOLD ILLUSTRATION: Jeremy Jusay

ADDITIONAL ART: John McCoy, Chris Piascik, Mary Regan

WRITERS: David Archer, Claudia Eve Beauchesne, Matt Bird, Tom Blunt, Cristina Cacioppo, John Carman, Matt Carman, Max Cavanaugh, Eric Epstein, Kate Hutchinson, Eleanor Kagan, Elliott Kalan, M. Sweeney Lawless, Kevin Maher, Christine Makepeace, Laura Jayne Martin, Dan McCoy, John McCoy, Harry Merritt, Andrew Miller, Shove Mink, Eric Nelson, Mary Regan, Bob Satuloff, Justin Shatraw, Jay Stern, and Kseniya Yarosh.

FILMS DISCUSSED: Purple Rain, BMX Bandits, Once Bitten, Death Wish 3 (Alex Winter Interview), Tough Guys, The Transformers: The Movie, Making Mr. Right, Bad Taste, Summer School, Disorderlies, Teen Wolf Too, Vampire's Kiss, Slaves of New York, Cool as Ice, Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead, The Island of Dr. Moreau, Freeway, Fear, Cruel Intentions 2, Whatever it Takes, Hercules in New York, Dracula vs. Frankenstein, Stay Hungry, The Last Tycoon, Sextette, Bloodline, The Burning, Deadly Blessing, and Miss All-American Beauty.

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VOLUME SIX:
- A collaborative project featuring the work of two dozen writers and artists
- 28 funny, insightful, celebratory and/or mocking essays and comics
- More than 70 pages of content
- Beautiful color cover with B&W inside pages
- "Interview" with Thud Butt from 'Hook'
- Feature on bad on-set catering by director Rick Sloane
- Illustrations and odd stills for each movie
- Theme: "The Food Issue" -- all movies and scenes in which food plays a role!

Cake-loving, cross-dressing Adam Sandler! Whipped cream bikinis and sushi pasties! Household furniture eating people! Recipes to make your own version of The Stuff! This sixth issue in the I Love Bad Movies series features cinematic meals, celluloid lunches, and noshes galore for the discriminating videovore.

In this issue, writers, artists, comedians, and film nerds break open a bag of their favorite bad movies and chow down on the most enjoyable (and most terrible) things about them.

COVER ART: Erin Gallagher

CENTERFOLD ILLUSTRATION: Greg Rebis

ADDITIONAL ART: Kate Hutchinson, James Jajac, Mary Regan, Claire Sanders, Stuart Wellington

WRITERS: Cristina Cacioppo, Eric Epstein, Chris Smith, Ezra Fox, Malaka Gharib, Matt Sullivan, Rick Sloane, Dan Berube, Kate Hutchinson, Guy J. Jackson, M. Sweeney Lawless, Jay Stern, James Jajac, Timmy Williams, Eleanor Kagan, John Carman, Matt Bird, Matt Carman, Claudia Eve Beauchesne, Matt Desiderio, Dan McCoy, Stuart Wellington, Kseniya Yarosh, Bob Satuloff, Laura Jayne Martin, Claire Sanders, Kevin Maher, Justin Shatraw, Mary Regan, and Sean Welsh

FILMS AND "THEMES" DISCUSSED: Jack and Jill, "Future Feast or Famine," Birdemic: Shock & Terror, The Stuff, Varsity Blues, "Bad Films & Bad Catering," Thinner, "J&B and the Giallo," Ravenous, Christmas in Connecticut, The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover, Sledgehammer, Sex and the City, Hamburger: The Motion Picture, Soylent Green, "Unfortunate Cinematic Sandwiches," "TV Movies About Eating Disorders," Gore-Met, Zombie Chef From Hell, Foodfight!, Hannibal, I Love You to Death, Parents, Eat Pray Love, Deathbed: The Bed That Eats, The Loved One, Hook, A Nightmare on Elm Stree: Part 4 and Part 5, "A History of Bad Movies & Bad Snacks."

I Love Bad Movies - All Six Issues! - Discount Pack


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