The Fog

A novelization of the 1980 John Carpenter film.From the back coverTonight the fog that rises off the California coast is different And deadly A writhing icy mist pulsing with terror It is too late to escape Even now the people of Antonio Bay are cut off, engulfed Along darkened streets, death searches them out There is no sanctuary for the living Those who are doA novelization of the 1980 John Carpenter film.From the back coverTonight the fog that rises off the California coast is different And deadly A writhing icy mist pulsing with terror It is too late to escape Even now the people of Antonio Bay are cut off, engulfed Along darkened streets, death searches them out There is no sanctuary for the living Those who are doomed will die horribly Those who spared will suffer the endless fear of a soul chilling night when the dead, finally, return for revenge.
The Fog A novelization of the John Carpenter film From the back coverTonight the fog that rises off the California coast is different And deadly A writhing icy mist pulsing with terror It is too late to

  • Title: The Fog
  • Author: Dennis Etchison Debra Hill John Carpenter
  • ISBN: 9780553138252
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This book was a series of novelizations of 80s horror films written by Dennis Etchison and one of the few that bears his name and not the pseudonym of Jack Martin. That is probably because this is one of his best novelizations. While some of his earlier novelizations, including the Halloween series, are clearly written to pay the rent, this one enhances the film and has some nice Etchison touchesA veil had descended over the whole coastIt wrapped itself around the sand dunes and braided through [...]

    2. The Fog, based on a screenplay by John Carpenter and Debra Hill, was penned by Dennis Etchison in 1980 to coincide with the films theatrical release. Following Halloween, I had high expectations from Carpenter and Hill. Expectations that both the movie and novel did not fulfill. Unlike the movie, Etchison’s novelization does not have the benefit of Carpenter’s slow, wide-shots to build dread as he is limited to what can be put on paper. These limitations show throughout. The result is a so-s [...]

    3. John Carpenter's The Fog is one of my personal favorite ghost movies. It has a great cast, superb score, and such a humble approach to itself, it's just a really well told story, and when I found out it had a novelization, I wanted to check it out.The good point of this book is that it does capture that eerie feel from the movie. It can lag a bit but overall flows generally smoothly, and it also showcases character development on Nick, Stevie and her son Andy that we didn't get to see in the mov [...]

    4. When someone writes a novelization of a shitty movie, one begs to question why anyone would want to read it. I couldn't answer that question, because I don't know why I chose to read it. It was there for twenty cents, and so I thought "why not?". Well the book was pretty darned awful: nothing particularly interesting happened, and it felt like Dennis Etchison (whoever the hell he is?) was just told to write exactly what happens in the movie down onto paper. There is no sense of realism with thes [...]

    5. I am taking off points for the needlessly unpleasant attitude of Nick Castle, one of the the main characters. He beds the girl and then treats her with seething contempt throughout the rest of the book. It reads almost like the author got dumped by his girlfriend while adapting the screenplay and he added all the nasty inner dialogue to what is basically a likable character. I was very turned off by that aspect of this book.

    6. After viewing his first cut of The Fog, John Carpenter was disappointed with himself. He claims the movie was boring, uneventful and not scary.He had to go back and shoot new sequences to spice up the narrative. The result is the movie that fans know and love.I'm guessing that this novelization was based on the screenplay before Carpenter improved his movie.Boring, uneventful and not scary pretty much sums up this book.It's surprising how for a Horror story, there is very little horror in The Fo [...]

    7. A good novelization of a weird little cult film that I enjoyed very much. (The original with Barbeau, Curtis, Houseman, Holbrook, and Janet Leigh; the remake wasn't as good.) Etchison was a master of horror literature, and understood how to translate it from screen to page, which is an obvious reversal of the usual process. His novelized version is a quick and entertaining read, with a shiver or three along the way.

    8. A slightly above average adaptation that keeps the basic story elements and characters while enhancing the whole in small ways. Still, Carpenter's classic zombie pirate B-movie is the better entertainment.

    9. Read for an online book club, October 2013 book. This book totally sucked. I only gave it two stars because I was being nice!

    10. This is a novelization based on the movie by John Carpenter. It's as good as the movie, which is one I really like.

    11. A Novel version of the 1980 Horror Movie "The Fog" by John Carpenter, I hear it's really good like the Movie and I cant wait to read it!

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