168sean168 wrote: »
The Thing - Alan Dean Foster (1982). This is another library book that I probably read around 1982 or 1983. Really enjoyed it and allowing the imagination to run as I read it. There was a lot of censorship in the movie screening in my country. Very annoyed.
I still got a scrapbook newspaper cutting of this guy and his practical effect of this jointed humans. Also kept the movie newspaper ads. I remember one of the ad actually spoiled the plot as it countdown the number of researchers from start to finish. Maybe one day I should share my scrapbooks.
The ultra simple soundtrack by John Carpenter himself was also very effective in the film, building up the suspense.
Heard they are remaking the film again.
AcidRoulette wrote: »
Stephen King is a huge Bentley Little fan. Remember when Stephen King got hit by the van back in the 90s? He had a copy of Bentley's book The House on him. Yikes.
My personal favorite of Bentley's is The Mailman. It's a very goofy book but definitely makes you feel uncomfortable.
My favorite Stephen King works are Desperation and Delores Claiborne.
TheRealTiminator wrote: »
I love the way your Tampines Hub is kind of keeping the tradition of that last photo alive with their movie screenings @168sean168.
Maybe in another 40 years you might be in a history book about; How we all survived the "Global Pandemic".
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