THE CUTTING ROOM is a must-read collection for horror fans
For the Los Angeles Public Library, librarian Daryl M. recommends Ellen Datlow’s THE CUTTING ROOM: DARK REFLECTIONS OF THE SILVER SCREEN.
In The Cutting Room: Dark Reflections of The Silver Screen, short story collection editor extraordinaire Ellen Datlow has gathered a collection of motion picture-related horror stories that put film and the film industry center stage; shining lights into the darkened corners of studio lots and sound stages; and bringing things often best left unseen into the clear view of the reader.
This is a must-read collection for horror fans, especially those who are film buffs, or who work in the entertainment industry! But be warned–this is a collection you’ll want to read with the lights on bright and, if possible, at least a bit before you have to go to sleep!
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Cover by Josh Beatman.