Arriving just ahead of Scream Factory's 4K Ultra HD release this July, Janine Pipe’s new book Sausages: The Making of Dog Soldiers is a celebration of Neil Marshall’s debut soldiers versus werewolves movie.
Available now from Encyclopocalypse Publications, the book coincides with the film's 20-year anniversary, and takes a deep dive look behind the scenes at the cult classic.
"As well as a full retrospective, you will find interviews with the cast and crew, never seen before photographs, original shot list, excerpts from the script and more. Encompassing the tone of Dog Soldiers, Sausages is the perfect companion to this fan-favorite film."
Sausages also includes a foreword from genre icon Joe Dante (The Howling) and afterword from legendary director John Landis (An American Werewolf in London).
You can read praise for the book and view its cover art below.
"Janine Pipe’s Sausages: The Making of Dog Soldiers pulls off the impossible: it manages to capture the raucous, brawling energy of my favorite werewolf film, it brings to light a treasure trove of new information, and it climbs inside the minds of everyone involved in this miracle of ingenuity and determination," says Jonathan Janz, author of The Siren and the Specter. "Whether you’re a fan of Dog Soldiers, the horror genre, or true stories about people overcoming the odds to create something special, this book is essential reading. I loved every page of it and will be reading it again—right after I re-watch Neil Marshall’s wonderful movie."
"Sausages is not just a brilliant behind the scenes of the best werewolf movie of the 21st century, it's also a love letter to the horror movies that become part of our DNA. Janine Pipe is now an official member of the Dog Soldiers pack," adds Hunter Shea, author of Faithless and To The Devil, A Cryptid.