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It's a Friday Night Fright Flicks special presentation of Blood Splattered Adaptations! The Horror Guru compares Frank Darabont's big screen adaptation of The Mist starring Thomas Jane and Laurie Holden to the Stephen King novella it's based on, with passages from the book read by A Philosopher, and lots of background info about the making of the movie.
The Horror Guru does an epic comparison of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece The Birds and British author Daphne du Maurier's original short story. Featuring passages from the short story as read by our own Blockbuster Chick!
The Horror Guru compares Neil Gaiman's horror fantasy novella Coraline to the big screen adaptation directed by Henry Selick. Both tell the tale of a young girl who finds a secret door and crosses over into an alternate, unsettling reality, but which does the Guru prefer? The answer may surprise you!
Just in time for the remake of Total Recall, we go back to the original. No, not the 1990 movie with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sharon Stone—we're going really old school, with a review of the short story "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" by Philip K. Dick.