I read and discuss movie novelizations and how they compare to the movie they novelize.
The Last Starfighter (1984) by Alan Dean Foster
In this episode I'm covering the 1984 novelization to The Last Starfighter by Alan Dean Foster.
Appendix - The Running Man (1982) by Stephen King
In this special IRM Appendix episode I look at the differences between the 1987 Arnold Schwarzenegger movie The Running Man and the Stephen King novel it was based on.
Highlander by Gary Killworth
This is a repost of a special episode of I Read Movies that I did for Cult Film Club. I'm talking about the movie novelization of Highlander by Gary Killworth.
Willow (1988) by Wayland Drew
For this episode Pax is talking about the novelization to the Ron Howard/George Lucas fantasy film, Willow from 1988, starring Warwick Davis and Val Kilmer.
Jason Lives: Friday the 13th Part VI (1986) by Simon Hawke
Finishing out Fall Into Horror, this month I'm looking at the novelization of the sixth Friday the 13th movie from 1986 by Simon Hawke.
Halloween (1978) by Curtis Richards
For the 4th annual IRM Halloween episode I am covering one of the holy grails of novelizations, John Carpenter's Halloween by Curtis Richards. Lots of extra information about the nature of Michael Myers.
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Pax reads the movie novelizations so you don't have to
I love this show. Paxton Holley of Nerd Lunch fame has always been a fan of movie novelizations. Now he has this show to tell us the differences between the movie and the novelization so we don't have to read it ourselves. He saves me from reading what can be so-so books to find the little extra nuggets that were cut out of the film. Pax could be considered a national treasure for movie and pop culture nuts.
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A Movie From A Certain Point of View
I LOVE THIS PODCAST! I found this podcast and couldn't stop listening. I use to read movie novelizations as a kid. I loved how the novels built a deeper connection to the movie. I would love a review of the novels from the classic 80's television show called "V" and "V The Final Battle" by A.C. Crispen. This is what podcasting is all about. Take something you are passionate about and talk about it. Pax enjoys these novels and the movies and that makes the podcast fun! Listener for life!