Best-Selling Swedish Thriller Novel ‘Quicksand’ Comes To Netflix

If you are a fan of The Bridge on Netflix, get ready to add another upcoming TV show to your queue: head writer Camilla Ahlgren is adapting Malin Persson Giolito’s … Continue reading Best-Selling Swedish Thriller Novel ‘Quicksand’ Comes To Netflix

‘City Of Tiny Lights’ is a Nice Slice of Urban Noir

The voice-over in the beginning of City of Tiny Lights, the latest film from director Pete Travis (Dredd, Tesseract), might seem at odds with its hand-held cinematography and the gritty … Continue reading ‘City Of Tiny Lights’ is a Nice Slice of Urban Noir

Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Six Books To Stuff Into Stockings*

Being literate is especially important in our current post-truth, post-facts world. And it’s especially significant when you need to take a break from reality, look into the roots of current … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2016: Six Books To Stuff Into Stockings*

An “Anne Of Green Gables” Superfan Watches The Latest Adaptation

I’ve been obsessed with Anne of Green Gables since I was a kid, and I’m always a bit nervous when new adaptations appear. I never want to see anything that … Continue reading An “Anne Of Green Gables” Superfan Watches The Latest Adaptation

By the Book: Carrie

November 3rd marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Brian DePalma’s instant classic Carrie.  Based off Stephen King’s first published novel, the movie got a forgettable sequel (The Rage: Carrie … Continue reading By the Book: Carrie

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31 Days of Horror: At the Mountains of Space Madness – Prometheus as Lovecraft

Science-fiction horror has had a rocky ride. It’s a genre filled with classics like The Thing and Pitch Black, and clunkers like “Doom”. But even if opinion on its artistic … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: At the Mountains of Space Madness – Prometheus as Lovecraft

Trailer Time: Les Misérables

Well, here’s something to look forward to this coming December. The trailer for the (musical) film version of Les Misérables has just hit the web and if you’re a fan … Continue reading Trailer Time: Les Misérables

Stephen King Week: J.W. Ward on Stephen King’s 5 best & 5 worst adaptations to film & TV

Horror author Stephen King is, without a doubt, one of the most prolific authors of the last 50 years. He’s released forty-nine novels, nine collections of short stories, five non-fiction … Continue reading Stephen King Week: J.W. Ward on Stephen King’s 5 best & 5 worst adaptations to film & TV