Monday, May 18, 2009

Tough to Kill....Cheap, Fast and FREE!

For a limited time only, you can now download TOUGH TO KILL - THE ITALIAN ACTION EXPLOSION for free at! Co-Authored by Paul Cooke (Ballistic Blood Bullets) and myself, this book covers more than 70 EuroAction films from the 80s in detail and has bonus essays and articles galore.
From the hutsploitation of Bruno Mattei, to the FREAKIN' PUNTSPLOITATION of The Last Match and in to the gutters of Jiboa with Andrea Bianchi, there is something for everyone!

Yes, you can read all about the truth behind BRONX CRACKDOWN as well.

So, if you bought a copy (thank you...) you can now have a digital version to reference. Or, if you check it out and like what you see you can still get a nice big paperback edition for your shelf.

Go here...check it out and act fast, offer is subject to exploding hutstermination at any moment!

"With over 70 reviews and articles on Italian action cinema stalwarts like Bruno Mattei, Mark Gregory, Reb Brown, and Edoardo Margheriti, Cooke and Zuzelo are finally giving these treasures from the dusty shelves of Mom and Pop video stores the attention they deserve."
-The Horror Blog

"The use of exploding huts as how good the film is ranging from one to five exploding huts is sheer genius."
-Divine Exploitation

TOUGH TO KILL is, for me, a seminal textbook, introducing me to a new genre that I never not only really paid attention to, but never really knew anything about. Very rarely do review books do that to me anymore, so keep it up, guys. —Louis Fowler


Micah said...

Excellent... I'm looking forward to reading this. Thanks for making it available.

Micah said...

Also, good call on the usage of Blastfighter... I've always been a fan of that artwork.

David A. Zuzelo said...

Thanks very much-indeed, Micheal Sopkiw is a favorite actor of mine!

Douglas A. Waltz said...

I printed out a digital copy at work and made it digest size. You want a copy like that? I'll get it set up. My apologies on Jungle OF FEar. My computer at home has lost it's DVD-r. I will be getting a new one next week.

Cam said...

Many thanks from Britain for making your work available. A most enjoyable read and my list of films to track down has grown considerably. We need more books like this.
ps love the blog too!

David A. Zuzelo said...

Thanks Cam (and Doug as well..I'd love one!!) I am glad to see people taking a look at some of these awesome, and mostly ignored, films!