As I have mentioned before, Stephen King’s film and TV adaptations (unlike the source material) run the gambit of being either excellent, award-worthy productions, or as is quite often the… Read More »So Bad, They’re Good: Dreamcatcher
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… Read More »BOOK VS FILM: JAWS
I’M INTO MURDERS AND EXECUTIONS When comparing author Bret Easton Ellis’s controversial novel, American Psycho to the film of the same name, one thing is for certain. Depravity knows no… Read More »BOOK VS FILM: AMERICAN PSYCHO
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… Read More »BOOK VS FILM: THE EXORCIST
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