THE BASEMENT BOOK SHELF: “The Dinosaur Filmography” by Mark F. Berry


Two things that I enjoy a lot are dinosaurs and movie guides. For as long as I can remember I have loved dinosaurs and growing up would read what I could on the subject and would spend many weekends watching movies such as The Valley of Gwangi and The Land That Time Forgot. I have always loved dinosaur movies and I never cared how they were realized on film. Whether it was stop-motion animation, a guy in a suit or actual reptiles made up to look like dinosaurs, I was there enjoying every minute of it. Even if the stories were weak, as long as there was some kind of dinosaur I would watch whenever possible.

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Welcome to David’s Basement of the Bizarre. This site is a definite work in progress, not only in the look of the site but also in the material covered. Anyone that knows me knows that I have a wide variety of interests in my life, most of which are not commonplace and may even be considered well, bizarre. This site is dedicated to these bizarre interests because I know there are many of you out there that share these interests as well. Though I plan on doing movie and book reviews, I will also cover things like cryptozoology, flying saucers, monsters, toys, tv shows and anything else that excites me. If you are an author or publisher and would like me to review your book and it fits into the theme of David’s Basement of the Bizarre, then please contact me! This also goes for toy manufacturers, movie companies, stores, etc. I am always looking for ideas and things to talk about so please do not hesitate to write and let me know what you have or would like me to talk about!

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