Gods In Polyester
Gods In Polyester: A Survivors' Account Of 70's Cinema Obscura is a cult film book covering mainly American obscure, low-budget, and independent film horror, sci-fi, exploitation film, Blaxploitation, Spaghetti Western, and action films that were created between 1970 and 1981.
This book was published by Succubus Press in 2004. This publishing company was based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. This book was compiled and edited by Suzanne Donahue and Mikael Sovijärvi.
This book is told entirely in the words of the actors, directors, producers, and cinematographers who made these films.
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