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BOOK VS FILM: JAWS

Jaws is iconic. Peter Benchley was a struggling freelance journalist in 1974, when Doubleday publishers commissioned him to write a novel. It’s based on a story he pitched about a Great White shark terrorising a seaside town. Benchley was fascinated … Continue reading

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A LIVING TRIBUTE: JAMES WAN

The filmmaker kid turned master of horror James Wan is only 41 and already a horror master. This guy is to successful horror franchises what George Lucas is to Star Wars… magic. Early days Born in Malaysia, James Wan grew … Continue reading

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BOOK VS FILM: THE EXORCIST

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The Exorcist, the iconic book by William Peter Blatty, came out in 1971. And it took the world by storm. It was an instant success and Hollywood came knocking, even before the book was finished. Rumour has it that Blatty … Continue reading

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HOW TO SURVIVE A HORROR FILM

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It’s not rocket science, how to survive a horror film. Since the beginning of time, innocent people have perished at the hands of all sort of monsters. But could their deaths have been avoided? Can you afford not to memorise … Continue reading

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BOOK VS FILM: THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE

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Ok, I admit it, I’m a book nerd. And when it comes to book vs. screen adaptations, book wins every time. I’m the annoying person in the pub that tells you “It’s not as good as the book of course…”. … Continue reading

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