Tag: movie books
An official companion book to Laika's next film release, Missing Link, has been announced and will give fans a glimpse into the creative process behind their stop-motion films!
Curious to know more about The Last Jedi, regardless of how many times you’ve seen it? DK’s pair of tie-in books, The Incredible Cross Sections and Visual Dictionary offer the in depth information you’re craving. Come inside to check out my thoughts on both of these titles.
Along with the launch of Rogue One on blu-ray, DK is releasing an all new expanded Visual Encyclopedia that offers fans a more in depth look at the Star Wars galaxy, its inhabitants, and everything in between. It's a hefty book, but is it worth picking up? Check out my review to see what I think!
The world of movies is filled with films predicting some horrible future for the human race. Post-apocalyptic films are a big hit in Hollywood, and between zombies taking over, nuclear destruction, and everything in between, cinephiles aren’t experience a shortage of these kinds of films. There’s so many, in fact, that you might not be able to keep up with them all. Fortunately there’s a new book out that can help you sort through them all, and we got the chance to check it out.
While they're nothing new, the post-apocalyptic subgenre of films has grown an incredible amount, including zombie movies, young adult adaptations, and more. There are tons of movies out there painting a grim look at our future, and a new book from Schiffer Publishing is here to help movie lovers navigate the world of post-apocalyptic stories on the big screen.
I'm not going to lie to you, so I'll be real upfront about this. I am only writing this for one reason: some goofball on the Internet tried to tell me that book-to-movie adaptations weren't that good and have never been successful in Hollywood. So this bold (and incorrect) statement got me to thinking about all of the great movie adaptations we've been given from books throughout the years. Since some of the best and biggest movies have come from the written word, whether you knew it or not, I've decided to compile the 20 best book-movie adaptations around.