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  • #31
    Originally posted by CJ_01976 View Post
    I actually have that book on "Grizzly".
    Cool...that's one of the ones I wouldn't mind getting ahold of...
    "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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    • #32
      "J"
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      'Jack the Ripper; a novel of suspense'
      ------------------------------------
      by Stuart James (F. Fell/Manarch; 1960)




      'Jack the Ripper' by Mark Daniel
      ------------------------------
      [Penguin Books Ltd; Oct. 10, 1988]
      [New American Library; Oct. 1988]




      'Jason Lives: Friday the 13th, Part VI'
      by Simon Hawke (Signet; August 1986)




      'Jason X' by Pat Cadigan
      -----------------------
      (Games Workshop; Jan. 25, 2005)




      'Jaws' by Peter Benchley
      -----------------------
      (Bantam; 21st edition; 1974)








      'Jaws 2: A Novel' by Hank Searls
      -------------------------------
      [Bantam Books--April 1978]




      'Jaws the Revenge' by Hank Searles
      ----------------------------------
      (Berkley Pub Group; July 1987)




      'The Jewel of Seven Stars' by Bram Stoker
      ----------------------------------------
      (Carroll & Graf Publishers; April 1989)
      **not yet translated to film under this title**



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      Last edited by thomasjarvis; 02-16-2011, 02:04 PM.
      "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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      • #33
        "K"
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        'The Keep' by F. Paul Wilson
        ---------------------------
        (Berkely, film tie-in ed; 1983)






        'Kingdom of the Spiders'
        ----------------------
        by Berhardt J. Harwood (Ace Books, 1977)
        http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml




        'King Kong' (1933)
        -----------------
        by Delos W. Lovelace
        (Tempo, New York, 1976)
        http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/king_kong.html




        'King Kong' (2005) by Christopher Golden
        ---------------------------------------
        Pocket Star Books; (December 13, 2005)




        'Kiss Daddy Goodbye'
        -------------------
        by Thomas Altman



        'Konga' (novelzation) by Dean Owen
        ----------------------------------
        (Monarch Books; January 1, 1960)
        http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html




        'Kronos 'by Hugh Enfield
        ----------------------
        (Fontana (Nov 6; 1972)


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        Last edited by thomasjarvis; 12-10-2006, 07:59 PM.
        "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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        • #34
          Originally posted by thomasjarvis View Post
          Cool...that's one of the ones I wouldn't mind getting ahold of...
          I found it used at the library here last year for only 50 cents.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by CJ_01976 View Post
            I found it used at the library here last year for only 50 cents.
            One just never knows when or where these things will show up unexpectedly...
            "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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            • #36
              "L"
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              'The Lair of the White Worm' by Bram Stoker
              ------------------------------------------
              (Zebra Books, Kensington Pub; January 1, 1979)










              'The Legacy' by John Coyne
              --------------------------
              A Berkely Book (1979)






              'Legend of the Werewolf'
              -----------------------
              by Robert Black (Sphere; Sep 9, 1976)
              http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/legend_werewolf.html
              **film stars Peter Cushing**




              'Lifeforce' by Colin Wilson
              ------------------------------------------------
              (Warner Books; Panter Science Fiction; May 1985)






              'The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane'
              --------------------------------------
              by Laird Koenig (Coward; 1974)
              **film stars a young Jodie Foster**




              'Little Orphan Vampires'
              ------------------------
              by J. Rollin, Peter Tombs
              Redemption Books;
              November 3, 1995




              'Little Shop of Horrors'
              ---------------------
              by Robert Egan & Louise Egan
              (Perigee; March 1987)




              'Looking for Mr. Goodbar'
              -----------------------
              by Judith Rossner
              (Pocket Books; 1976)




              'The Lost Boys' by Craig Shaw Gardner
              -------------------------------------
              (Berkley Pub Group, Movie Tie edition; July 1987)




              'Lust For A Vampire' by William Hughes
              ------------------------------------
              (Ballantine Books--May 12, 1971/Sphere, 1971)
              http://grimlyfeendish.mysite.wanadoo...lust4vamp.html


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              Last edited by thomasjarvis; 02-16-2011, 04:02 AM.
              "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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              • #37
                "M"
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                'Madhouse' by Angus Hall
                ------------------------
                (Universal-Award House; 1969)
                **film stars Vincent Price & Peter Cushing**






                'Magic' by William Goldman
                -------------------------
                [Dell; September 15, 1978]
                **film stars Anthony Hopkins**










                'The Man Who Could Cheat Death'
                --------------------------------
                by Barre; Sangster, Jimmy Lyndon
                (Ace UK, 1958/Avon Books; 1959)




                'The Man Who Finally Died'
                -------------------------
                by John Burke (Pan; 1963)
                starring Peter Cushing




                'The Man Who Haunted Himself'
                -----------------------------
                Ralph Martin (Tandem/Award, 1970)






                'George A Romero's Martin'
                -------------------------
                by George A. Romero & Susanna Sparrow
                (Stein & Day Pub; June 1984)
                http://home.comcast.net/~axlish/martin_novel.htm
                http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/r/...ero/martin.htm










                'Mary Reilly' (Movie Tie-in Edition)
                --------------------------------
                by Valerie Martin (Pocket; March 1, 1996)




                'Mary Shelley's Frankenstein' by Leonore Fleischer
                -----------------------------------------------
                (New American Library; Movie Tie-in; Oct; 1994)




                'The Masque of the Red Death and Other Tales of Horror'
                ------------------------------------------------------
                by Michael Sissons (Panther Books UK, Film Tie-in Ed; 1964)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html




                'The Masque of the Red Death'
                -----------------------------
                by Elsie Lee (Lancer Books, 1964)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html
                http://grimlyfeendish.mysite.wanadoo.../0amasque.html




                'Midnight' by John Russo
                -----------------------
                (Hodder & Stoughton; Feb. 1, 1983)
                http://imdb.com/title/tt0082744/






                'Misery' by Stephen King
                -----------------------
                New English Library Ltd






                'Monkey Shines' by Michael Stewart
                ----------------------------------
                [Vintage; Reissue edition; August 12, 1988]
                http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorrormz.chtml














                'Monster' by Peter Crowcroft
                ---------------------------
                (Carousel Star; 1980)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile70.htm




                'Monster Club' by R Chetwynd-Hayes
                -----------------------------------
                (New English Library; March 1, 1981)
                starring Vincent price
                http://grimlyfeendish.mysite.wanadoo...nsterclub.html






                'Mother's Boys' by Bernard Taylor
                -------------------------------
                (Grafton; 1988/St Martins; Oct. 1993)
                http://imdb.com/title/tt0107606/




                'The Mothman Prophecies' by John A. Keel
                ----------------------------------------
                (Tor Books; February 18, 2002)










                'The Mummy'
                ---------------------------
                by Carl Dreadstone
                (Berkley; June 1, 1977)
                **cover art currentlyy unavailable**


                'The Mummy: Dark Resurrection'
                -----------------------------------------------
                by Michael Paine
                (DH Press; October. 28, 2006)




                'Murder by Decree' by Robert Weverka
                ---------------------------------------
                (Corgi/Ballantine Books; March 12, 1979)




                'My Bloody Valentine' by Jo Gibson
                ---------------------------------
                (Pinnacle Books, September 2000)
                **not related to the film**




                'My Bloody Valentine'
                --------------------
                edited by Patrick Blackden
                **not related to the film**
                **non-fic. "True Crime" genre**



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                Last edited by thomasjarvis; 02-16-2011, 03:02 PM.
                "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                • #38
                  "N"
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                  'Nanny, The'
                  by Evelyn Piper
                  ---------------
                  (Crest/Fawcett; 1965)
                  **film stars Bette Davis**






                  'Neither Sea Nor Sand' by Gordon Honeycombe
                  --------------------------------------------
                  (Pan Books; 1972/Signet Books; January 2, 1973)
                  http://imdb.com/title/tt0068996/
                  http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/neither_sea_nor_sand.html




                  'Never Take Candy From a Stranger' (film tie-in)
                  ---------------------------------------------
                  by Roger Garis (Dell First Ed; Jan. 1/April 1961)
                  http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile9.html




                  'New Nightmare: A Novel'
                  -----------------------
                  by David Bergantino (Tor; November 15, 1994)




                  'The Nightcomers'
                  -----------------
                  (adapted from the film starring Marlon Brando)
                  (a prequel to 'The Innocents by Henry James)
                  by Michael Hastings (Pan Books; 1973)




                  'The Nightmares on Elm Street Parts 1, 2, 3: The Continuing Story'
                  --------------------------------------------------------------------
                  by Jeffrey Cooper (St Martins Press; February 1987)




                  'The Nightmares on Elm Street - Part 4: The Dream Master/Part 5: The Dream Child'
                  --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  by Joseph Locke (St Martins Press; Mass Market Paperback; July 1989)




                  'Night Must Fall'
                  ---------------
                  by William Drummond
                  Fontana Books/Signet
                  June 1964
                  http://imdb.com/title/tt0058401/




                  'Night Of The Living Dead'
                  ------------------------
                  by John Russo (Warner; 1974)




                  'Night Stalker' by Jeff Rice
                  -------------------------
                  (Pocket Books; Nov. 1, 1973)




                  'Night Strangler' by Jeff Rice
                  ---------------------------
                  (Pocket; January 1, 1974)




                  'The Night Walker'
                  -----------------
                  by Sidney Stuart & Robert Bloch
                  (Award, 1964)
                  http://imdb.com/title/tt0058403/




                  'Nightwing'
                  ----------
                  by Martin Cruz Smith
                  [Jove Books; 1978]






                  'The Ninth Gate' ('The Dumas Club')
                  by Arturo Perez-Reverte and Sonia Soto
                  (The Harvill Press; 28 April 2000)




                  'Nomads' by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
                  --------------------------------
                  (Bantam Books; April 1984)




                  'Nosferatu The Vampire' by Paul Monette
                  ---------------------------------------
                  (Avon Books, June 1979)
                  http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/nosferatu.html




                  'Nothing But the Night' by John Blackburn
                  ---------------------------------------
                  (Panther; Feb. 21, 1971) w/Cushing & Lee
                  http://imdb.com/title/tt0069024/


                  'Notorious' by Day Keene
                  ------------------------
                  (Canada Macfadden-Bartell)
                  **not related to the film**


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                  Last edited by thomasjarvis; 02-16-2011, 03:09 PM.
                  "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

                  Comment


                  • #39
                    Holy shit man you certainly do your homework TJ.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by ZOMBIE COMMANDO View Post
                      Holy shit man you certainly do your homework TJ.
                      Thanks ZC!
                      "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

                      Comment


                      • #41
                        I have those "Nightmares On Elm Street Parts 1, 2, & 3", "Wes Craven's New Nightmare", and "Nosferatu" books too. Once again, at the library used for 50 cents each. I love it when those dupes out there throw away the good stuff thinking it's nothing, I clean up that way. And TJ has most definetly done his homework here, I bet he enjoys compiling this stuff together.

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by CJ_01976 View Post
                          I have those "Nightmares On Elm Street Parts 1, 2, & 3", "Wes Craven's New Nightmare", and "Nosferatu" books too. Once again, at the library used for 50 cents each. I love it when those dupes out there throw away the good stuff thinking it's nothing, I clean up that way.
                          Damn man, sounds like your local library is a virtual treasure trove of rare horror pulps...I just might have to take a stroll down to my own hometown book repository and take a gander at the used paperbacks they have for sale and trade...
                          Originally posted by CJ_01976 View Post
                          I bet he enjoys compiling this stuff together.
                          You know it CJ!
                          Last edited by thomasjarvis; 12-12-2006, 11:45 PM.
                          "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                          • #43
                            "O"
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                            'Of Unknown Origin' by Chauncey G. Parker III
                            -------------------------------------------
                            (New Amer Library; October 1983)



                            'The Old Dark House' (Armed Services Edition)
                            -------------------------------------------
                            by J.B. Priestley {Armed Services Editon; 1928}
                            [Hardcover; Harper & Brothers Publishers; 1948]


                            'Omega Man'
                            ------------
                            by Richard Matheson
                            (Berkley; May 1, 1975)
                            Currently unavailable



                            'The Omen' by David Seltzer
                            ---------------------------
                            (Signet Books/NAL; 1976)












                            'Omen II: Damien'
                            ----------------
                            by Joseph Howard
                            {Signet/NAL; 1978}




                            'Omen III: The Final Conflict'
                            ---------------------------
                            by Gordon McGill (Signet; 1980)








                            'Omen IV: Armageddon 2000'
                            ---------------------------
                            by Gordon McGill
                            (Signet; October 1, 1982)






                            'Omen V: The Abomination'
                            -------------------------
                            by Gordon McGill
                            (Signet; July 2, 1985)






                            'Orgy of the Dead'
                            -----------------
                            by Edward D. Wood, Jr.
                            (Greenleaf Classics; 1966)
                            Currently unavailable



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                            Last edited by thomasjarvis; 12-13-2006, 12:07 AM.
                            "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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                            • #44
                              Keep up the good work thomasjarvis! that novel of THE LOST BOYS is on my 'treasure hunt / want list'.
                              "When you have to shoot, shoot don't talk."

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Bill Carson View Post
                                Keep up the good work thomasjarvis! that novel of THE LOST BOYS is on my 'treasure hunt / want list'.
                                Yea it's on mine too, actually.
                                "A truly successful cinematic accomplishment inevitably results in the absolute compulsion of the viewer to discuss the film in question with one or more others for the duration of at least a good fifteen minutes, subsequent to initial screening."

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