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  • A five star horror classic!

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  • Most all of you have probably seen the movie, which actually followed the book fairly closely. However, there is one major difference that makes the book dominate it: the ending.

  • This is the only comic book I read. Its an extremely suspenseful story about a group of people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. Its absolutely terrifying because no one is spared. You never know who is going to get picked of... This is the only comic book I read. Its an extremely suspenseful story about a group of people trying to survive a zombie apocalypse. Its absolutely terrifying because no one is spared. You never know who is going to get picked off. It also leaves you wondering "what would I do?". Just when you think you have the answers, think again!

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  • Olympus Pictures and Rob Morrow’s Bits & Pieces Picture Co. are producing a feature version of Robert Charles Wilson’s sci-fi thriller “Spin.” Olympus exec Leslie Urdang, who brought the property in, will produce. The novel, which... Olympus Pictures and Rob Morrow’s Bits & Pieces Picture Co. are producing a feature version of Robert Charles Wilson’s sci-fi thriller “Spin.” Olympus exec Leslie Urdang, who brought the property in, will produce. The novel, which won the Hugo Award, centers on a young scientist trying to save humanity from the impending apocalypse of a “spin” that has enveloped the Earth amid realization that salvation may be found with the discovery of life on Mars. “Spin” is the first of a planned trilogy, published by Tor Books. “Axis” was released last year and will be followed by “Vortex.” Wilson’s other works include Hugo Award nominees “Blind Lake,” “The Chronoliths” and “Darwinia” (1998).

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  • In its first major material deal made since Mary Parent took over as head of MGM’s worldwide motion picture group, the studio ponied up for “The Matarese Circle,” a 1979 book by Robert Ludlum. Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media wil... In its first major material deal made since Mary Parent took over as head of MGM’s worldwide motion picture group, the studio ponied up for “The Matarese Circle,” a 1979 book by Robert Ludlum. Ryan Kavanaugh’s Relativity Media will co-finance the film, and Denzel Washington is attached to star. The book sold for $3 million, with another seven-figures to be paid to screenwriters Michael Brandt and Derek Haas (“3:10 to Yuma,” the upcoming “Wanted”) The story appears to be a thriller where a pair of rival CIA and KGB spies must team up to take down international terrorists. This could be great.

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