Help me catch back up with our book of the month program and make it awesome! Wouldn't it be awesome if each month we have hundreds of people on this website reading the same book around the same time and chatting about it?!
I did a bit of research on this book and its been billed as "unfilm-able" by several directors and I have to agree, it would be nearly impossible to make a movie of this book, the only way they could do it is have a 4 or 5 part tv movie which I suspect would bore people or else cut out all the Johnny story and focus on the 5 Explorations and the House. Either way, its lose lose. A very interesting book for sure.
Bighuey wrote:Your avatar looks good, Mike. Kinda looks like one of my old lady friends. Especially the mouth.
StephenKingman wrote:^ Ha yeah I always ponder every 1000 posts if I will go down a different route than horror and post a cute puppy or smily face but the evil always drags me back. The pic is from one of the best moments in a great movie Grave Encounters, speaking of which:
Here is the link for the movie, ok so its on YouTube but ANY DECENT HORROR FANS SHOULD CHECK IT OUT. Its one of the better "found footage" movies out there with more than a few jump out of your skin moments, give it a go.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zO8Lerm ... re=related
Twilight_2_Midnight wrote:ALL FANS OF PSYCHOLOGICAL HORROR!!
You MUST watch Ring and Dark Water! They're Japanese horror films, and they're bloody freaky! Amazing though - they're so scary without having any horrible gory stuff. In fact, I'd say they're scarier than most of the gory things I've seen..! Ring's only a 15 (cos there's no blood and guts AND Japan's quite lenient with age ratings) but it's scarier than stuff like Alien. On the subject of Alien, I'm going to see Promethius today