We Are the Mutants: The Battle for Hollywood from Rosemary's Baby to Lethal Weapon
October 11, 2022
5.2 X 7.72 X 0.87 inches | 0.6 pounds
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About the Author
Kelly Roberts is editor-in-chief of We Are the Mutants and a freelance writer. Michael Grasso is a senior editor at We Are the Mutants, a freelance writer, and a museum professional. Richard McKenna is a senior editor at We Are the Mutants and a freelance writer and translator.
"A highly enjoyable read for film fans hungry for an alternative point of view. The writing is intelligent, detailed, and well-researched without drifting into the academic and dry, and its arguments are frequently invigorating and thought-provoking." - Johnny Restall, Diabolique Magazine "An intriguingly sharp and offbeat study of US cinema from the 60s to the 80s." - Grafton Tanner, author of The Hours Have Lost Their Clocks "We are the Mutants is a fascinating piece of work that breathes new life into the period of cinema, a discursive journey that takes in everything from Tiki culture to Erich von Däniken's Chariots of the Gods?, to the CIA's little known links to Manson and Dungeons and Dragons." - Andrew Nette, Pulp Curry