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Old 11-23-2006, 12:19 AM   #21
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'Fade to Black' by Ron Renauld
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(Pinnacle Books; Nov. 1980)




'Fatal Attraction: A Novel' by H. B. Gilmour
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(New Amer Library; Movie Tie-in Ed; April 198




'Fatal Attraction' by Craig Jones
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(Ballantine Books; January 12, 1984)
**not related to the film**




'Fall of the House of Usher' by Edgar Allen Poe
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(Digit UK Film Tie-in Edition, 1960)
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile12.html




'Final Destination' (The Movie)
----------------------------
by Natasha Rhodes
(Games Workshop; January 3, 2006)




'Final Destination II' (The Movie)
-------------------------------
by Nancy A. Collins and Natasha Rhodes
(Games Workshop; January 31, 2006)




'Final Destination III' (The Movie)
-------------------------------
by Christa Faust
(Games Workshop; Jan. 3, 2006)



'Final Exam' by Geoffrey Meyer
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(Pinnacle Books; May 1981)






'Firestarter' Stephen King
------------------------
(Signet Books; May 1984




'Flatliners' by Leonore Fleischer
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(Tor Books; June 1990)




'The Fly'
--------
by Richard Chopping
(Signet, 1966)
**apparantly not related to either film, but just look at that title font!!**




'The Fly and Other Horror Stories'
-------------------------------
edited by John Escott
(Oxford University Press; August 21, 2003)




'The Flesh and the Fiends' (novelization)
-----------------------------------------
by Allan Norwood (Corgi/Transworld; 1960);
starring Peter Cushing




'Fluke' James Herbert
-------------------
http://imdb.com/title/tt0113089/



'Frankenstein' by Mary Shelley
----------------------------
(Grosset & Dunlap 1932, photoplay edition)




'Frankenstein: The Legacy'
-------------------------
by Christopher Schildt
(Pocket--October 1, 2001)




'Frankenstein:The Shadow of'
----------------------------
by Stefan Petrucha
(DH Press; July 28, 2006)




'FREAKED' by Todd Strasser
Yearling; Mv Tie in edition (September 1, 1993)


'Freddy vs. Jason' (novelization)
(Games Workshop; July 29, 2003)




Alfred Hitchcock's 'Frenzy' by Arthut La Bern
(Warner; 2nd edition; 1972)






'Friday the 13th Part 3: 3-D'
by Michael Avallone
(Tower & Leisure Sales; Aug. 1982)




'Friday the 13th' by Simon Hawke
(New Amer Library; September 1987)




'Friday the 13th Part II: A Novel'
by Simon Hawke {Signet; Feb. 1988}




'Friday the 13th Part III'
by Simon Hawke
{Signet; May 1988}




**Friday the 13th Parts 4-5 do not have novelizations**


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




**Friday the 13th Parts 7-9 do not have novelizations**


'Frighteners' edited by Mary Danby
(Fontana, August 1, 1974)
**not related to the film**




'The Frighteners' by Stephen Laws
New English Library, 1991)
**not related to the film**






'The Frighteners: A Novel'
by Michael Jahn
(Berkley; July 1, 1996)




'Frighteners' by Pete Johnson
(Corgi Yearling, April 2001)
*not related to the film**




'Fright Night' by Craig Spector
(Tor Books--August 1985)






'From Beyond the Grave'
by R. Chetwynd-Hayes
(Fontana, 1974)
**film stars Donald Pleasance**




'The Fog' by Dennis Etchison
(Bantam Books, January 1980)




'The Fog' by James Herbert
**not related to the film**




'The Funhouse' by Owen West/Dean Koontz
(Jove--November 1, 1980)








'Funhouse' by Diane Hoh
**not related to the film**


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Old 11-28-2006, 04:01 PM   #22
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Yo Thomas Jarvis! where's the next lot? I love this thread mate!
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Old 11-28-2006, 04:51 PM   #23
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Good work. Fantastic thread.
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'Ghoul, The' by Guy N Smith
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(Sphere; October 21, 1976)
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm




'Ghostbusters'
-------------
by Larry Milne
Hodder & Stoughton General Division (November 1, 1984)




'Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular'
-------------------------------------------
by Richard Mueller (Tor Books--August 1985)




'Ghostbusters II'
---------------
by Ed Naha
(Dell; 1989)




'Ghostbusters: The Return'
-------------------------
(I Books--September 28, 2004)




'Girly' by Brian Comport (Lancer)
------------------------------
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm
http://imdb.com/title/tt0064704/




'The Godsend' by Bernard Taylor
----------------------------------
(Fontana; Nov 1977/Fontana; 1980)
(Banner of Truth; October 1991)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0080802/








'Ghosts of Motley Hall' (Puffin Books)
Richard Carpenter (December 8, 1977)


'Ghost Story' by Peter Straub
----------------------------
(Pocket Books; 1980)






'God Told Me To'
----------------
by C. K. Chandler, Robert Lee Scott
(Ballantine Books--December 1976)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/god_told_me_to.html
http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml




'The Good Son' (MOVIE-TIE-IN)
---------------------------------
by Todd Strasser and Ian McEwan
(Pocket; Mvi Tie-In; October 1, 1993)




'Gorgo'
by Carson Bingham
------------------
(Monarch; 1960)




'Gothic' by Stephen Volk
-----------------------
(Grafton Bks; Feb 1987)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/gothic.html




"Gremlins"
by George Gipe
-----------------
(Avon, June 1984)




'Gremlins 2: The New Batch'
---------------------------
by David Bischoff
(Avon; June 1990)




'Grizzly' by Will Collins
------------------------
(Pyramid Pub; June 1976)




'The Guardian'
('The Sentinel II')
-----------------
by Jeffrey Konvitz
Bantam Books
(February 1979)
**not related to any film**




'The Guardian' by Dan Greenburg
------------------------------
(Berkley; Movie Tie-in edition; April 1, 1990)

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'Ghostbusters'
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by Larry Milne
Hodder & Stoughton General Division (November 1, 1984)




'Ghostbusters: The Supernatural Spectacular'
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by Richard Mueller (Tor Books--August 1985)


Oh man! does this mean there are TWO versions of the First GHOSTBUSTERS film novel? I have the Larry Milne-penned version; guess I gotta get the other! this has happened before - there are two versions for THE TERMINATOR - one by Shaun Hutson and the other by Randall Frakes & Bill Wisher. Thanks Thomas Jarvis! You the Man!
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Oh man! does this mean there are TWO versions of the First GHOSTBUSTERS film novel? I have the Larry Milne-penned version; guess I gotta get the other! this has happened before - there are two versions for THE TERMINATOR - one by Shaun Hutson and the other by Randall Frakes & Bill Wisher. Thanks Thomas Jarvis! You the Man!
Yep, two different novelizations. Didn't know aboout the two different 'Terminator' novelizations, only knew of the one by Randall Frakes and co. Other cases of two different novelizations include:

1) 'Friday the 13th Part 3', one by Michael Avallone and one by Simon Hawke

2) 'Creature From the Black Lagoon', one by Vargo Stratton and one by Carl Dreadstone (actually Ramsey Cambell) that was also published under the pseudonym "E.K. Leyton", not to mention the spin-off novel 'Creature From the Black Lagoon: Time's Black Lagoon' by Paul DiFilippo that was published by DH Press in 2006.

3) 'Bride of Frankenstein', this film actually had three different novelizations and one spin-off novel (not counting the other spin-off, a juvenile fiction): a short adaptation by Guy Preston that was written for the English magazine Pearson Weekly and published at the time of the film's release on September 28, 1935; a full length novelization by Michael Egremont that was published by Queensway Press in the UK and Readers Library in the US in 1935 and republished for a brief run by BookFinger in 1976; and another full length novelization by Ramsey Cambell (writing as "Carl Dreadstone") that was published by Berkley in 1977; as well as the spin-off novel by Elizabeth Hand called 'Bride of Frankenstein: Pandora's Bride' that was published by DH Press (Dark Horse) on September 28 (does that date sound fammiliar?) of 2006.
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'Halloween: A Novel' by Curtis Richards
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(Bantam; Reissue edition--September 1, 1982)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/halloween.html






'Halloween II'
--------------
by Jack Martin
(Zebra, 1981)




'Halloween III: Season of the Witch'
----------------------------------
by Jack Martin (Jove Books, October 1984)




'Halloween IV' by Nicholas Grabowsky
------------------------------------
(Critics Choice Paperbacks, October 198




'Halloween IV: The Special Limited Edition'
----------------------------------------
by Nicholas Grabowsky (BookSurge Publishing)
(September 25, 2003)




'The Hand' by Marc Brandel
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(Berkley; May 1, 1981)




'Hands of Orlac' by Maurice Renard
---------------------------------
(Souvenir Press Ltd; March 5, 1981)




'Hands of Orlac (the film novelized)'
--------------------------------
by Robert Bateman (Four Square Books; 1961)
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm




'Hands of the Ripper'
-------------------
by E. Spenser Shew
(Sphere; Oct. 7, 1971)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0067176/




'The Hand That Rocks the Cradle'
-------------------------------
by Robert Tine (Signet; July 1, 1992)


'Hannibal'
---------
by Thomas Harris
(Dell; May 23, 2000)




'Haunted' by James Herbert
--------------------------
(New English Library, 1989)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0113269/
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile55.htm




'The Haunting' (tie-in)
---------------------
by Shirley Jackson




'Haunted Mansion Mystery'
-------------------------
by Virginia Masterman-Smith
(Scholastic; June 1983)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0085651/




'The Haunted Strangler' by John C. Cooper
----------------------------------------
[Ace Books; 1958] starring Boris Karloff
http://imdb.com/title/tt0051706/




'The Hearse' by Henry Clement
-----------------------------
(Pinnacle Books; July 1980)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0080853/




'Hellboy' by Yvonne Navarro
--------------------------
(Pocket Star; February 24, 2004)




'Hell House' by Richard Matheson
-------------------------------
(Bantam Books; 1973)




'Helter Skelter'
--------------
by Vincent Bugliosi
(Bantam Books; 1976)










'The Hills Have Eyes Part 2' by David Ferring
(Panther; 1984, ISBN 0586062823)




'The Hillside Strangler'
---------------------
by Ted Schwarz
(Signet; April 1, 1982)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0376649/




'House of Dark Shadows'
by Marilyn Ross
(Paperback Library; 1970)




'The House of Dies Drear'
------------------------
by Virginia Hamilton & Eros Keith
(Simon Pulse; Reissue edition; October 1, 1984)


'Horror Show' by Greg Kihn
**not related to the film**
(Tom Doherty Associates, New York, 1996)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/horror_show.html


'How Awful About Allan'
----------------------
by Henry Farrell (Avon; 1965)
http://imdb.com/title/tt0065858/
starring Anthony Perkins; currently unavailable




'The Howling' by Gary Brandner
-----------------------------
Fawcett; Reissue edition (June 12, 1986)








'The Howling II' by Gary Brandner
-------------------------------
(Fawcett; Reissue; August 12, 1982)
(Time Warner Books UK; April 17, 1984)






'The Holwing III' by Gary Brandner
--------------------------------
(Fawcett; August 12, 1985)




'The Hunger' by Whitley Strieber
------------------------------
(Pocket;February 2, 1983)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/bowie_hunger.html


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'I Know What You Did Last Summer'
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by Lois Duncan (Laurel Leaf; April 6, 1999)








'The Incredible Melting Man' by Phil Smith/Baldwin Collins
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(New England Library; 1978/Avon Books London; April 199
http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml










'Incubus' by Ray Russell
-----------------------
(Dell Pub Co; October 1981)
http://www.trashfiction.co.uk/incubi.html






'Inseminoid'
----------
by Larry Miller
(NEL; April 1981)




'Interview With the Vampre' by Anne Rice


'The Intruder' by Thomas Altman
-------------------------------
Bantam Books (December 1985)
**probably not related to the film**




'Invaders from Mars: A Novel' by Ray Garton
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(Pocket; Mve Tie in edition--June 1, 1986)




'Invasion of the Body Snatchers' by Jack Finney
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(Warner Books; March 1979, Sphere UK; 1981)
http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml










'The Island' by Peter Benchley
----------------------------




'The Island of Dr. Moreau'
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by Joseph Silva (Ace, 1977)
http://thetrashcollector.bizland.com/pbhorroral.chtml




'The Island of Dr. Moreau' (Tor Classics)
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by H. G. Wells (Tor Classics; Sep. 15, 1996)






'IT' by Stephen King
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(Signet; Sept; 1987)










'IT'S ALIVE' by Richard Woodley
------------------------------
(Ballantine Books--August 12, 1984)
http://www.hammerbooks.net/newfile70.htm




'IT LIVES AGAIN' by James Dixon
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(Ballantine Books; June 12, 197
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Why thank you very much, Header. Glad you are enjoying it. I apologize for having taken so long to reply to your post.
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I actually have that book on "Grizzly".
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