- 108 pages : black and white photographs ; 20 cm.
- Contents: Introduction: Maybe he's too sophisticated for you? -- It's just a matter of time -- Do you like my ending? -- All those horrible, slimy things -- You can forget about Stephen King -- The new Bible -- Isn't he the guy who writes that horror crap? -- This one will drive you absolutely mad -- Conclusion: This is a rotten way to end it -- Bibliography.Includes bibliographical references (pages 107-108).Summary: Somewhat overlooked upon its initial release in 1995, John Carpenter's "In the Mouth of Madness" has since developed a healthy cult reputation. But far more than simply a fan-favorite, this closing installment of the acclaimed director's self-described 'apocalypse trilogy" (following "The Thing" (1982) and "Prince of Darkness" (1987)) stands today as one of his most thematically elaborate and stylistically audacious pieces of work.