Halloween Reading & Viewing

Who Goes there?

Who Goes There inspired The Thing from Another World and John Carpenter’s classic remake, The Thing.

Some classic horror films—unbeknownst to many viewers—were based on novels. Even some slashers make this list. I’ve read and seen many of these. The list includes, however, a few surprises, though, I admit, it starts out with a more obvious movie translation of a book.

So curl up with a horrific tale—as a reader, watcher, or both!

Enjoy the full list! 

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