ON SCREEN THEY WERE STARS.
"A portrait of four profoundly flawed yet awesome leading men, as well as a window into a time when glamour was sacrosanct and when stardom was achieved rather than manufactured." --Playboy
"As the colorful anecdotes collected in this book make clear, some stars are born rather than made."--New York Post
"Sellers's outrageously entertaining history proves that today's celebrities don't have much on Richard Burton, Peter O'Toole, Richard Harris, and Oliver Reed."--The Daily Beast
"Hellraisers takes us back to the glory days of stage and screen actors Peter O'Toole, Richard Burton, Richard Harris, and Oliver Reed."--Connecticut News
OFF SCREEN THEY WERE LEGENDS
"So wonderfully captures the wanton belligerence of both binging and stardom you almost feel the guys themselves are telling the tales."--GQ
"Like the rejuvenating martinis and blurry haze of cigarettes in Mad Men, Robert Sellers's nostalgic Hellraisers . . . amounts to an unapologetic celebration of the plastered and the damned."--The Wall Street Journal
"A rowdy collection of greatest hits."--The New York Times
"An incredibly entertaining series of anecdotes, interspersed with unpretentious and conversational interviews--all about drinking."--Los Angeles Times
"The most outrageous film book of the season, by far."--The Buffalo News
THE BOOZY BIOGRAPHY OF THE FOUR GREATEST ACTORS TO EVER WALK--OR STAGGER--INTO A PUB.