How to Survive a Horror Movie Book
From the producer of IT, Seth Grahame Smith with a foreword by Wes Craven.
"If I see my breath, I'm close to death"
Did you know that a sudden drop in temperature, causing exhaled moisture to condense and become visible, is a telltale harbinger that a pissed off ghost is nearby and about to wreak horrific vengeance on you? This is just one of the countless life-saving tips offered by the New York Times best selling author and film maker Seth Grahame Smith in How to Survive a Horror Movie. This must read for horror fans, film buffs, and cemetary caretakers celebrates the chilling moments and outrageous plot points that make horror movies great - and it just might keep you alive.