david j. moore has written articles for Fangoria, Filmfax, Ultra Violent, VideoScope, Lunchmeat, Flickering Myth, and L'Ecran Fantastique. Interviews he's conducted can be found on OutlawVern.com. He lives in Rancho Cucamonga, California.
Quite frankly this is a guide book that fans of the sub-genre really need just for the sake of finding films out there that they may not have seen before. That someone out there has managed to not only see all of these but catalogue them in this amount of detail is a film-buffs dream come true. Anything even remotely end of the world related gets a look in. And not just high budget, or 80s Mad Max rip offs, but all of the low brow titles you are likely to have never heard of down through the past few decades get covered (yes Albert Pyun fans he even gets his own index). Its amazing that even in the pages that have A-Z lists that they still find space for colour photos to keep you leafing through, staving off any boredom the eye might find. This is a real film nerds collectors item written by one, for the many. This is time well spent on a great book! Steven Hurst, Filmwerk.co.uk June 2015