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Onward through the 1960s forges Michael H. Price’s acclaimed “Forgotten Horrors” series of movie-genre studies, pausing this time at the pivotal years of 1962-1964, the better to unearth such rarities as “Flaming Creatures,” “Pyro,” and “Dr. Crippen,” in context with the more generally well-known horror and SF titles of the period. With heavy-duty additional contributions from John Wooley and Frank Stack, and an insightful discussion of the “Beach Party” craze and its kinship to the horror-movie scene.