The Hammer Vault: Treasures from the Archive of Hammer Films
The ultimate full colour coffee table format deluxe hardback about
the most successful British film studio of all time, recently
rejuvenated with new film "Let Me In", "The
Resident" and the forthcoming "The Woman in Black".
Featuring full colour reproductions of rare material never
collected before, such as posters, concept designs, script pages,
unseen art, photos and more, this will appeal to those interested
in horror flicks from the 50s to today.
"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..." - "Movies.com" "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"
Marcus Hearn is the acclaimed author of Titan's The Art of Hammer, Hammer Glamour and The Hammer Story (with Alan Barnes). His other books include authorised biographies of filmmakers George Lucas and Gerry Anderson, and Eight Days a Week, the story of The Beatles' final world tour.