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    Seeing as I've not come across anything online even aproximating a nearly complete list of horror movie novelizations and film-tie-in editions, I've opted to undertake the task myself. What lies before you are the results of my labors, which I hope will spark some lively discussions within this thread. It is an alphabetically (for the most part) arranged listing of every conceivable movie-related horror novel that I've managed to through much arduous research.

    Whenever possible, I've posted cover art for each of the novels, including even some of the rarest ones. My original intention was to only include novelizations of horror movies, but as I delved deeper and deeper into the world of horror tie-in edtitions, I found myself unable to resist the tempatation to include certain source novels as well. A few non-film related horror novels that merely happen to include the same title of a certain horror film have also crept in, I chose to retain those mostly for clarification purposes, as well as the curiosity factor. There's even a few "true crime" oddities that snuck in over the course of my research.

    There's also some non-horror genre novelzations that made the cut, such as 'Escape From Witch Mountain', etc. But the overriding theme is novels that correspond to horror films. It is my hope that this thread will be informative, and that perhaps I myself will also be informed by many of you of some glaring omisions. That is my main motivation in posting this thread, to find out what horror film novelizations may exist that I am unaware of.

    When informing me of horror film related novels that have not been listed here, I humbly request that the majority of such additions will be novelizations rather than merely novels that served as source material for eventual movies, as I feel there are already far too many of those included on this list as is.

    Also, I will be making some some additions myself after this initial alpahbetical list has been posted in its entirety, including the Universal Monster tie-ins ( among them those wonderfull and obscure little treats authored by Ramsey Campbell writing as "Carl Dreadstone), the 'Alien'/'Aliens' series, the 'Predator' books, Black Flame's 'Friday the 13th' and Nightmare On Elm Street' spin-offs, and a few others as well. So those will be forthcoming, as I am well aware of their existence.

    NOTE: Concernig the omission of numerous Stephen King novels--

    this thread is mainly intended to be focused on horror movie NOVELIZATIONS, not source novels for films. That being said, I ended up including many source novels on this, mainly because of how cool some of the artwork was, and how they tied in with the relase of the film. I had purposely shied away from including any King novels, because his books are all so well known and very mainsteam, the majority of them as famous or mosre so than the movies they spawned. However, I was so impressed by some of the old edtions of his early 80's classics that I decided to include many of those from which various notable films have been derived. But I know I left out tons..."Thinner', 'Needfull Things', The Stand', etc., etc. Honestly, this thread is not about Stephen King books. The ones I did include are more of an added bonus than anything.

    As far as I can tell, this will be the most definitive and comprehensive list of horror film related novels available online, and I chose B-D for it's first official cyber-home because I also consider it my own.

    So, without further ado, here my list, compiled with much love (as well as a little blood sweat & tears) and shared with you all for personal amusement as well as informative purposes. Hope you all enjoy!

    --thomasjarvis
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    SITES & RELATED SUBJECT MATTER:
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Trash Collector:
    http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml

    Trash Fiction:
    http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/film.html

    Grimly Feendish:
    http://grimlyfeendish.mysite.wanadoo...uk/fundex.html

    Rare Books Rooms:

    Main Room
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile1.html
    1. (Hammer Tie-Ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile2.html
    2. (A.I.P. tie-ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html
    3. (Amicus Film Tie-Ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile11.html
    4. (general UK horror tie-ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm
    5. (UK sci-fi tie-ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile66.htm
    6. (assorted tie-ins)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile70.htm

    Film-TvTieIns.com:
    http://www.film-tvtieins.com/?page=s...9745397fef0c1f

    Media Tie-in - Movies & TV
    http://www.scifan.com/themes/themes.asp?TH_themeid=127

    Films into Books
    by Randall D. Larson
    Scarecrow Press
    April 28, 1995

    Horror, Fantasy & Sci-Fi Movie Paperback Guide
    by Gordon Reid (Monsoon/Dawn Rider Books, 2006)
    http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZgordrQQhtZ-1

    The Movie Tie-In Book: A Collector's Guide to Paperback Movie Editions
    by Moe Wadle (Nostalgia Books/Nostalgia Publications; January 1995)
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    BOOKS:

    "A"
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    'Abomnible Dr. Phibes'
    by James Whiton,
    William Goldstein
    --------------------
    (Award, 1971)
    **see 'Dr. Phibes' in the "D" section of this list**


    'Alien' by Alan Dean Foster
    -------------------------
    (Warner Books, 1979)




    'Aliens: A Novelization'
    by Alan Dean Foster
    ---------------------
    (Warner Books; June 1986)




    'Alien 3' by Alan Dean Foster
    ---------------------------
    (Time Warner; June 11, 1992)




    'Alien: Resurrection - The Novelization'
    by A. C. Crispin (Aspect; December 1, 1997)
    ------------------------------------------




    AVP: Alien vs. Predator: The Movie Novelization
    by Marc Cerasini (HarperEntertainment; June 29, 2004)
    ----------------------------------------------------




    'Along Came A Spider' by James Patterson
    ----------------------------------------


    'Altered States' by Paddy Chayefsky
    ----------------------------------
    (Bantam Books; January 1981)




    'American Psycho' by Bret Easton Ellis
    ------------------------------------
    Picador; New Ed edition (April 21, 2000)
    -------------------------------------




    'The Amityville Horror' by Jay Anderson
    -------------------------------------
    (Bantam Books-1977, July, 1979/Pocket,
    July 1, 1991/Pocket Star, July 26, 2005)
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0078767/
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0384806/








    'Amityville Horror Part 2'
    by John Jones" by John G. Jones
    -------------------------------
    (Warner Books, June, 1983)






    'Amityville 3-D' by Gordon McGill
    ------------------------------
    (paperback: Futura, 1984
    /hardback:Macdonald & Co., 1984)
    http://www.film-tvtieins.co.uk/stock/sf.htm
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0085159/




    'Amityville: The Evil Escapes'
    by John G. Jones {Tudor; June, 1988}
    -----------------------------------
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0096808/




    'Amityville Curse' by Hans Holzer
    -------------------------------
    (Dorchester Publishing Company;
    Reissue edition, June, 1983)
    http://imdb.com/title/tt0085159/






    'Amityville: The Final Chapter'
    ---------------------------
    by John G. Jones
    (Jove, Jan. 1985)




    'Amityville: The Horror Returns'
    -----------------------------
    by John G. Jones (Tudor; July, 1989)




    'Amityville: The Nightmare Continues'
    ----------------------------------
    by Robin Carl (Leisure; June, 1991)




    'And Now the Screaming Starts....'
    --------------------------------
    by David Case (Macmillan; Feb 9, 1973)



    'Anna to the Infinite Power'
    -------------------------
    by Mildred Ames
    (Scholastic; June 1983)



    'April Fool's Day: A Novel' by Jeff Rovin
    -------------------------------------
    Pocket; Movie Tie-in edition, April 1986)
    **wish I could locate the official paperback cover art so I could post it here**




    'Apt Pupil' by Stephen King
    (Time Warner; May 6, 1999)



    'Arachnophobia' by Nicholas Edwards
    -----------------------------------
    (Scholastic Paperbacks; July 1990)




    'The Astronaut's Wife'
    by Robert Tine & Rand Ravich
    -------------------------------
    (St. Martin's Press; August 1999)




    'Asylum' by William Johnston
    ---------------------------
    (Bantam, Dec. 1972/ Mar. 23, 1973)




    'Audrey Rose'
    by Frank DeFelitta
    -----------------
    (Warner Books; 1976)








    'Awakening, The'
    by R Chetwynd- Hayes
    (Magnum, Nov. 13, 1980)


    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    To Be Continued...
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Last edited by thomasjarvis; 09-23-2009, 12:24 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."

  • #2
    "B"
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    'The Babysitter' by Andrew Coburn
    ---------------------------------
    (Pocket Books; 1979)
    **probably not directly related to any film**


    'The Babysitter' by Daniel Ransom
    --------------------------------
    (St Martins Mass Market Paper; June 1989)
    **probably not directly related to any film**



    'Bad Ronald' by Jack Vance
    -------------------------
    (Ballantine; 1st edition; 1973)



    'Bad Seed' a Novel by William March
    ----------------------------------
    (Bantam Books; November 1984)






    Basic Instinct' by Richard Osborne
    --------------------------------
    (Signet Books; Film Tie-in Edition; April 1992)


    'The Bat' by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    ---------------------------------
    (Wolrd Distributors; 1960/Dell; 1976)
    starring Vincent Price

    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm






    'The Beast Within' by Edward Levy
    ---------------------------------

    (Berkley; October 1, 1981)




    'The Bees' by Jack Laflin (Ace Books;January 1, 1976)
    ---------------------------------------------------

    http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml






    'Beloved' by Toni Morrison
    -------------------------


    'Ben' by Gilbert A Ralston
    ------------------------
    (Bantam Books; 1972)




    Birds and Other Stories
    by Daphne, Dame Du Maurier
    ---------------------------
    (Longman Group UK; April 1973)




    The Birds by Daphne Du Maurier
    ------------------------------
    (Penguin Longman Publishing; New Ed)




    'Black Christmas' by Lee Hays
    ----------------------------
    (Popular Library; 1976; rare)

    http://www.antiqbook.com/boox/booke/30879.shtml

    http://montecohen.com/webgallery/html/bc_book.html

    http://montecohen.com/webgallery/html/bc_bookbc.html




    Black Christmas by Thomas Altman
    ---------------------------------
    (Bantam Books; December 1983)
    **not related to the film**




    'Blade' by Mel Odom
    -------------------
    (HarperEntertainment; September 1, 199


    'Blade: Trinity' by Natasha Rhodes
    --------------------------------
    (Games Workshop; October 26, 2004)


    'Blind Terror' by William Hughes
    -----------------------------
    (Sphere; September 9, 1971)




    'Blob, The' by David Bischoff
    ---------------------------
    (Star Books; April 20, 1989)




    Bloodbath At the House of Death
    -------------------------------
    by Martin Noble (Star; 1984)




    'Blood Feast' by Herschell G. Lewis
    --------------------------------
    (Fantaco Enterprises; June 1991)




    'Bloody Valentine'
    by Stephn R. George
    --------------------
    (Kensington Bks; 1984)
    **not related to the film**




    'Blue Blood'
    by Alexander Thynne
    --------------------
    (Star; 1974)


    Blue Movie Murders
    by Ellery Queen
    ------------------
    (Penguin; 1975)
    **doesn't belong truly belong on this list, and yet somehow it does...**




    'Blue Sunshine'
    by Ken Johnson
    ---------------
    (Dale; 197
    http://www.synapse-films.com/shoppin...e_sunshine.htm




    'The Boogens' by Charles E. Sellier & Bob Weverka
    ------------------------------------------------
    (Bantam Books; June 1981)




    'The Boogeyman' (Fawcett Gold Medal Book)
    by B.W. Battin (Fawcett; February 12, 1984)
    ------------------------------------------
    **not related to any film**




    'The Boston Strangler' by Gerald Frank
    -------------------------------------
    (Signet; Reissue Edition; Sep. 2, 1986)




    'The Boys from Brazil'
    by Ira Levin (Random; 1976)
    ---------------------------






    'Brain Damage' by Robert Martin (Broslin Press, 1990)
    --------------------------------------------------
    **yes this IS actually adapted from the Frank Henenlotter film**
    http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml




    'Bram Stoker's Dracula' by Fred Saberhagen
    ------------------------------------------
    (New Amer Library; October 1992)
    http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/dracula_coppola.html



    'The Bride' by Vonda Mcintyre
    -----------------------------
    (Dell; Film Tie-in; June 1, 1985)




    'The Brides of Dracula' by Dean Owen
    ------------------------------------
    (Monarch Books, May 1960)




    'The Bride of Frankenstein' by Michael Egremont
    ---------------------------------------------
    Readers Library/Queensway Press, 1936






    'The Bride of Frankenstein'
    -------------------------
    by Carl Dreadstone
    (Berkley; 1977)




    'The Bride of Frankenstein: Pandora's Bride'
    ----------------------------------------
    by Elizabeth Hand (DH Press; Sept. 28, 2006)




    'The Brood' by Richard Starks
    ----------------------------
    (HarperCollins Publishers; September 20, 1979)
    http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~jimthing/enemy.htm




    'Buffy the Vampire Slayer'
    by Richie Tankersley Cusick
    --------------------------
    (Simon Spotlight; Apr 1, 1997)




    'Burnt Offerings'
    by Robert Marasco
    ---------------------
    (Dell Publishing; 1974)




    'BURN WITCH BURN'
    by A. Merritt (Avon; 1951)
    -------------------------



    'Burn Witch Burn' ('Conjure Wife')
    by Fritz Leiber
    -------------------------------
    (Berley Medallion; April 1962)
    http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html

    'Burn Witch Burn!' (Orbit Bks.)
    by Abraham Merritt
    -----------------------------
    (Futura Pubns; Nov 1974)
    Last edited by thomasjarvis; 03-07-2008, 01:08 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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    • #3
      There was a book on "Blood Feast"??????

      Comment


      • #4
        Jesus, MAN........Nice work.

        Comment


        • #5
          Originally posted by MATT PYTHON View Post
          Jesus, MAN........Nice work.
          I'll say, that's one hell of a list he's got there. The man did some research!

          Comment


          • #6
            I gotta remember this thread!
            "When you have to shoot, shoot don't talk."

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            • #7


              Just added the 'Amityville' novels to the "A" section of my initial post, check 'em out (some gorgeous cover art on a few of those, if I do say so myself)...

              Originally posted by CJ_01976 View Post
              There was a book on "Blood Feast"??????
              Yea, and it was actually penned by the "amazing H.G. Lewis" himself! He also constructed novelizations for 'Two-Thousand Maniacs' and 'Color Me Blood Red' (which I will post entries for according to proper alphabetical placement)!

              Originally posted by MATT PYTHON View Post
              Jesus, MAN........Nice work.
              Thanks man!
              Last edited by thomasjarvis; 12-10-2006, 07:51 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


              • #8
                "C"
                ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                'CAMERON'S CLOSET'
                by Gary Brandner
                ----------------------------------
                (Fawcett; Reissue; October 12, 1987)
                http://www.angelo-verde.com/horrorfi...camscloset.htm




                'Cape Fear' by John D. MacDonald
                --------------------------------------------------
                (Fawcett Books--November 1991)




                'Carrie' by Stephen King
                ----------------------------------
                ((Nel, Dec. 1980)




                'The Cat and the Canary' by Gerry Kingsley
                (Audubon/Sphere Books; 1977)


                'The Cat Creature: An ABC movie of the week'
                by Robert Bloch


                'Cat O' Nine Tails' by Paul J. Gillette
                ---------------------------------------------------
                http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com...ationsal.chtml




                'Cat People: A Novelization of the Film'
                -------------------------------------------------------
                by Gary Brandner (Fawcett; March 12, 1982)




                **The Changeling**
                ...for the record, there does not appear to exist any novelization or tie-in for this film...


                'Children of the Damned' by A.V. Sellwood
                ---------------------------------------
                (4-Square Books; 1963)
                **sequel to 'Village of the Damed'**
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile66.htm
                http://www.iobabooks.com/books/2821583.html




                'Child's Play'
                by Andrew Neiderman
                --------------------------------
                Zebra (December 1, 1985)
                **apparantly not directly related to the film**
                **there does appear to be an evil doll in storyline**
                **doll on cover looks like Raggedy Anne crossed with Chucky**
                **special thanks to B-D member "Martsky" for alerting me to novel's existence**




                'Child's Play 2' by Matthew J. Costello
                --------------------------------------------------------
                (Jove Books, October 1, 1990)
                **special thanks to B-D member "Martsky" for contributing cover art**




                'Child's Play 3: A Novel' by Matthew J. Costello
                ----------------------------------------------------------------------
                (Jove Books; Movie Tie edition, September 1991)




                'Chiller' by Randall Boyll
                ----------------------------------
                (Jove Books; April 1992)
                **not associated with the Wes Craven telefilm**




                'Circus of Horrors' (novelization)
                -------------------------------------
                by Tom Owen (Panther; February 1960)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm






                'Christine' Tie-In Edition
                ---------------------------
                by Stephen King N A L (1983)




                'Class Reunion'
                by Sandra Choron
                -----------------
                (Dell; Nov. 1982)
                **wish I could locate the true cover art for this one**




                'A CLOCKWORK ORANGE' by Anthony Burgess
                ------------------------------------------------
                (Ballantine Books; 14th printing; Movie tie-in; 1973)
                CLOCKWORK ORANGE MOVIE STANLY KUBRICK PB BOOK BB BOOK




                'Color Me Blood Red'
                by Hershall Gordon Lewis
                -----------------------
                (Novel Books; 1964)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile70.htm




                'Comedy of Terrors'
                ------------------
                by Elsie Lee
                (Lancer Books; 1964)
                **film stars Vincent Price, Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, and Basil Rathbone!!**




                'The Company of Wolves' by Angela Carter
                -----------------------------------------
                (Harper & Row; Jan. 1,1981/Penguin; 1984)
                http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm




                'Communion' by Frank Lauria
                -----------------------------
                (Bantam 1977/Corgi, July 1977)




                'Constantine' by John Shirley
                ------------------------------
                (Pocket Star; January 25, 2005)




                'Corruption' by Peter Saxon
                --------------------------
                (Sphere, London, 196
                (starring Peter Cushing)
                http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/saxon_corruption.html




                'The Couch'
                by Robert Bloch
                -----------------
                (Gold Medal; 1962)


                'Count Dracula'
                by Gerald Savory
                -------------------
                (Corgi; Dec 9; 1977)
                http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/count_dracula.html




                'Countess Dracula' by Michel Parry
                -----------------------------------
                (Sphere/Beagle Books; Oct. 12, 1971)




                'Countess Dracula: A Novel' by Carroll Borland
                ----------------------------------------------
                (Magicimage Filmbooks; 1st Edition; March 1994)




                'Coven' by Edward Lee
                ---------------------
                (Diamond, 1991)
                **does not relate to any film**




                'Creature From the Black Lagoon'
                -------------------------------------
                by Vargo Statten (Dragon Books; 1954)




                'Creature from the Black Lagoon' by Carl Dreadstone
                -------------------------------------------------
                (Berkley Publishing Group; July 1, 1977)




                Creature From the Black Lagoon
                --------------------------------
                by E.K. Leyton (Star Books, 1980)






                'Creature from the Black Lagoon: Time's Black Lagoon'
                ---------------------------------------------------
                by Paul DiFilippo (DH Press;September 28, 2006)
                http://www.dhpressbooks.com/profile.php?prodid=10-770




                The Crow: City of Angels
                ------------------------
                by Chet Williamson
                Berkley (August 1, 1996)




                The Crow: Wicked Prayer
                ------------------------
                by Norman Partridge
                (Harper Paperbacks; November 7, 2000)
                http://imdb.com/title/tt0353324/




                'Cujo 'by Stephen King
                ---------------------
                Signet Book (September 1983)




                'The Curse' by Charles L. Grant
                -----------------------------



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                Last edited by thomasjarvis; 09-24-2009, 02:31 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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                • #9
                  Added the 'Bride of Frankenstein' and 'Creature From the Black Lagoon' novelizations to the above alphabetical lists..
                  "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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                  • #10
                    Wow, nice work man.

                    Going to move this to the literary section..
                    Infini-Tropolis.com

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                    • #11


                      these are the only ones i own .
                      Last edited by Rob_jerrylee; 11-19-2006, 09:00 AM.

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                      • #12
                        Brilliant Work Thomas Jarvis! I'm a collector of film tie-in novels (not just horror) and some of the links you put up were handy. Do you have the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD by John Russo yet? That's a good one.
                        "When you have to shoot, shoot don't talk."

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Bill Carson View Post
                          Brilliant Work Thomas Jarvis! I'm a collector of film tie-in novels (not just horror) and some of the links you put up were handy. Do you have the NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD by John Russo yet? That's a good one.
                          Yea, me too, I collect movie novelizations of all genres, some of the rarest are the television show based ones. Got all the ones based on 'V The Series', but I bought 'em when I was young so I need to replace 'em all with better copies. Yea, actually I do have the NOTLD novel by Russo. Funny you should mentioon that one, because at this point in time, I only have a handfull of movie tie-ins and that's one of 'em. I got the Warner tie-in with the awesome cover art:



                          Originally posted by Rob_jerrylee View Post


                          these are the only ones i own .
                          I don't have very many myself at this time, actually. Used to have several of the Amityville ones, the first 'Alien' novel and Carl Dreadstone's 'Bride of Frankenstein' (as well as the four 'Halloween' movie novelizations and the two 80's 'Elm Street ones) but I was a kid when I had those and they've long since dissappeared into the dustbowels of time.

                          Here's what I have now:

                          Friday the 13th Part 3 3-D by Michael Avallone
                          Friday the 13th Parts 1, 2, and 3 by Simon Hawke
                          Night of the Living Dead by John Russo
                          Return of the Living Dead also by Russo
                          Phantasm by Kate Coscarelli
                          Young Frankenstein by Gilbert Pearlman
                          Freddy VS Jason by Stephen Hand
                          Aliens by Alan Dean Foster

                          and in crappy condition:

                          Poltergeist by James Kahn
                          Poltergeist II by Kahn
                          'Jason Lives' by Simon Hawke
                          Last edited by thomasjarvis; 07-12-2007, 05:56 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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                          • #14
                            "D"
                            --------------------------------------------------------------------------


                            'Dr. Cyclops' by Henry Kuttner
                            ----------------------------
                            (Popular Library; 1970)
                            **reprint of movie source material**
                            **originally published in magazine format**
                            **from "Thrilling Wonder Stories" (June, 1940)**






                            'Dr. Cyclops' (film tie-in edition) by Will Garth
                            (Phoenix Press; 1940/Centaur Books; 1976)




                            'Dr. Phibes'
                            by William Goldstein
                            -------------------
                            (Award Books; 1971)




                            'Dr. Phibes Rises Again' (novelization)
                            --------------------------------------
                            by William Goldstein (Award Books; 1972)
                            http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html




                            'Dr. Terror's House of Horrors'
                            --------------------------------
                            by John Burke (Pan, London, 1965)
                            http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/dr_terror.html




                            'Daddy's Gone A-Hunting'
                            -----------------------
                            by Mike St. Clair
                            (Bantam; 1969)
                            http://imdb.com/title/tt0064209/




                            'Daddy's Gone A-Hunting'
                            ------------------------
                            by Nancy Baker Jacobs
                            (Harpercollins; Oct. 1995)
                            **not related to the telefilm**




                            'Damien: Omen II'
                            by Joseph Howard
                            ------------------
                            [Signet/NAL; 1978]




                            'The Dark' by Max Franklin
                            ------------------------
                            [Signet, New York, 1978]
                            http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/dark.html




                            'The Dark' by James Herbert
                            --------------------------
                            [Signet; Sept. 2, 1980]
                            **not related to the film**




                            'Darkman' by Boyll Randall
                            ------------------------
                            (Jove; Movie Tie-In; July 1990)




                            'Dawn of the Dead'
                            ------------------
                            by George Romero
                            & Susanna Sparrow
                            (Sphere; April 1979)
                            http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~jimthing/living.htm








                            'Day of the Animals' by Donald Porter
                            -----------------------------------
                            (Ballantine Books; May 12, 1977)




                            'Dead and Buried' by Chelsea Quinn Yarbro
                            ----------------------------------------
                            (Warner Books Inc; Reissue; August 1980)
                            http://www.users.globalnet.co.uk/~jimthing/living.htm




                            'Deadly Eyes'
                            (aka 'The Rats')
                            by James Herbert
                            ----------------
                            New American Library
                            (December 1983)

                            http://imdb.com/title/tt0083801/


                            'Deadly Friend' by Diana Henstell
                            -------------------------------
                            (Bantam; October 1, 1985)
                            **wish I could locate the cover art for this one**


                            'Deadly Friend' by Keith Ferrario
                            ------------------------------
                            (Leisure Books; March 1994)
                            **not related to the film**




                            'Dead Ringers' by Bari Wood, Jack Geasland
                            -----------------------------------------
                            [New American Library, Reprint; Nov. 1988]




                            'Demon Seed' by Dean Koontz
                            ----------------------------
                            (Bantam; 2nd printing; 1977)






                            'Deliverance'
                            by James Dickey
                            -------------------
                            (Pan, London, 1971)




                            'Deranged: The Shocking True Story of America's Most Fiendish Killer'
                            ------------------------------------------------------------------
                            by Harold Schechter Pocket; Reissue edition (October 1, 1990)
                            **does not relate to the film, which was based on Ed Gein, not Albert Fish**


                            'De Sade' (novelization) by Henry Clement
                            ----------------------------------------
                            (New American Library; February 5, 1970)
                            http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html


                            'The Devil Rides Out'
                            -------------------
                            by Dennis Wheatley
                            Ballantine Books
                            (October 12, 1972)










                            'Disturbing Behavior'
                            -------------------
                            by John Whitman & Scott Rosenberg
                            [Starfire; July 13, 1998]




                            'The Doctors and the Devils'
                            --------------------------
                            by Dylan Thomas
                            (Everman Classics; 1985)

                            'Doctors Wear Scarlett' (aka Incense For the Damned)
                            by Simon Raven (Panther Books; 1979) starring Peter Cushing


                            'Dominique' by R. Chetwynd-Hayes
                            ---------------------------------
                            (Belmont Tower-1979)
                            http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm
                            http://grimlyfeendish.mysite.wanadoo...dominique.html




                            'Don't Look Now' by Daphne Du Maurier
                            -------------------------------------
                            (Avon Books; November 1973)
                            http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm






                            'Dracula' by Bram Stoker
                            ------------------------
                            (Grosset & Dunlap; 1931)




                            'Dracula' by Bram Stoker
                            -----------------------
                            (Jove Books; July 1979)




                            'Dracula: Asylum' by Paul Witcover
                            ---------------------------------
                            (DH Press; February 22, 2006)
                            http://www.dhpressbooks.com/profile.php?prodid=10-739




                            'Dracula's Daughter' (The Universal Horror Library)
                            -----------------------------------------------
                            by Carl Dreadstone (Berkley--January 1, 1977)




                            'Dracula's Daughter' by E.K. Leyton
                            ---------------------------------
                            Star Books; 1980




                            'Dracula's Dog'/'Hounds of Dracula'
                            /'Zoltan, Hound Of Dracula'
                            ---------------------------------
                            by Ken Johnson (Everest, 1977)
                            http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml




                            'Dracula: Prince of Darkness' (anthology)
                            --------------------------------------
                            by Various and Martin H. Greenberg
                            (DAW; Reprint Edition; September 1, 1992)
                            **not related to the Hammer film**




                            'Dream Demon' by Anne Billson
                            -----------------------------
                            (New English Library; May 1, 1989)
                            http://imdb.com/title/tt0095063/
                            http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm




                            'Dressed to Kill' by Brian Depalma
                            -------------------------------
                            (Bantam Books; June 1980)






                            'Duel By Richard Matheson'
                            -------------------------
                            Tor Books; 1st edition
                            (January 4, 2003)



                            Last edited by thomasjarvis; 02-20-2011, 03:41 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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                            • #15
                              Oh man! Cool stuff TJ! I like this thread, dude, do you know if there was ever a novelisation for either SOUTHERN COMFORT or THE HITCHER? anyway, here are a few of the cool ones that I have -





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