Author Mike Bogue is a lifelong fan of 1950s and 1960s monster movies. His work has been published in Scary Monsters (including his regular column, Kaiju Korner), Castle of Frankenstein, G-FAN, Wonder, The Outlook, and Space & Time. His other books are Apocalypse Then: American and Japanese Atomic Cinema, 1951-1967 and Watching the World Die: Nuclear Threat Films of the 1980s.
"Atomic Drive-in ... gave me flashbacks to things like The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits.... Some eerie sequences, not to mention the giant bug action and pyrotechnics as the big critters are brought down." -- Robert Statzer, horror movie scholar, Scary Monsters and Castle of Frankenstein scribe, and Rondo Award winner.
"Mike Bogue's Atomic Drive-in is a love letter to a simpler atomic-powered age when the Bomb created instant mutations and filled our drive-in screens with giant bugs of all kinds, rampant prehistoric monsters, semi-human mutants, and naïve romance between classic boy-girl stereotypes." -- author Robert Hood.
Copyright 2013 by Mike Bogue. Cover art by Todd Tennant. 189 pages paperback.