book to movie
Oh, the magnificence of the well-drawn character--well-drawn, mind you, not necessarily well-loved, and certainly not flawless
Whimsy, wonder and what could be the next “Gone Girl."
Some books reach a cultural saturation point, where everyone -- great aunts and frat boys, baristas and coffee patrons, defense
When Joe Hill decided to become a writer -- a horror writer no less -- he knew comparisons to his father, Stephen King, would
In the disappointing adaptation of "The Lovely Bones," director Peter Jackson runs wild with the CGI, a ludicrous decision