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Product NameToo Much Horror Business
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHeight:12.01 inches / Length:9.02 inches / Weight:3.2 pounds / Width:0.91 inches
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AuthorKirk Hammett, Steffan Chirazi
Page Count224
Long DescriptionNot only is Kirk Hammett the lead guitarist for Metallica, one of the most successful heavy metal bands of all time, but he’s also the curator of one of the world’s finest collections of monster-movie memorabilia, a collection few people have ever seen. In Too Much Horror Business , Kirk finally unveils his near-mythical treasure trove of rare posters, props, costumes, and toys from the early silent classics to more modern fare. From Bela Lugosi’s annotated Dracula script to the creepy Donnie Darko bunny suit to cool model kits from the 1960s, Hammett has amassed hundreds of items over the years, including priceless international collectibles as well as the quirkier toys of his youth. Alongside scores of full-color, original photographs in this highly designed volume, Kirk offers up thoughts about his appreciation for all things scary and fantastic, shedding light on not only the collection of a lifetime, but the man himself. Praise for Too Much Horror Business : “Like a classic record, there are numerous layers to Too Much Horror Business: The Kirk Hammett Collection , and that’s what makes it so utterly rewarding. Plus, it’s damn beautiful to look at. Ultimately, this is one of the best books of the year and a true game-changer. Whether you’re a Metallica fan, a horror fan, or just a reader in general, you need it.” —
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