From the award-losing man behind Film Stories: The Secret Life Of Movies is now on offer for a limited time – details right this way.

Well, I’ve got a vested interest in this.

Last year, I wrote a book called The Secret Life Of Movies, and the idea behind it is to explore moments and stories around cinema, that specifically relate to things you can see on screen during a film. Thus, across the books many, many pages I go from Harold Lloyd’s fake hand in his iconic hanging from the clock sequence in Safety Last!, to links you may not have spotted between movies, to the scenes shot in films behind the backs of studios, to why Batman doesn’t turn his neck in the 1989 movie, to the shot in a Bruce Willis movie that earned the man who filmed it $100,000 to…. well, I don’t want to give the book away, but it’s lots and lots of things like that.

The book, I’ve just discovered, is now available on offer too. I’ve no idea how long this offer lasts, but you can get a physical copy for just over a fiver, and the Kindle version (although it’s got lots of graphics, so bear that in mind) is £3.99.

If you want the physical book, it’s here.

And the Kindle version is here.

I’ve got ideas for more film books too. Do get in touch if anyone wants to pursue those!

Here’s the cover of said book…

Thank you so much for your support, too. This book helped get me through some really tricky times and I’m very proud of it.

You all take care.

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