Richard Matheson

Started by Chris Quartly, November 06, 2009, 11:30:39 am

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Chris Quartly

I just finished reading I Am Legend, a very short book (150-odd pages) so it was finished in a few hours but I loved Matheson's writing style and the tone of the book.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend where to go next?
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Bez

Quote from: Chris Quartly on November 06, 2009, 11:30:39 am
I just finished reading I Am Legend, a very short book (150-odd pages) so it was finished in a few hours but I loved Matheson's writing style and the tone of the book.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend where to go next?


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rufus the dawg

Quote from: Chris Quartly on November 06, 2009, 11:30:39 am
I just finished reading I Am Legend, a very short book (150-odd pages) so it was finished in a few hours but I loved Matheson's writing style and the tone of the book.

I was wondering if anyone could recommend where to go next?


just saw this i am almost completely finished, great book. Will smith casting for the film was slightly wrong dont you think?

Chris Quartly

I don't know so much about the casting of Smith, I think the script was a bigger problem.

There hasn't been a decent movie from this book, Omega Man is equally awful.

Have yet to pick up another Matheson book but still want to.
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TerrBerr

So he writes as well as making chicken-based foodstuffs? :P
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Chris Quartly

Just finished The Shrinking Man which I also enjoyed immensely :) don't think I've ever seen the 1957 film (for which Matheson wrote the screenplay).
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Chris Quartly

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Captain Ron

The film version of The Shrinking Man (entitled The Incredible Shrinking Man) is a great classic sci-fi film with more than a bit of thought powering through it. The scene where he fights a basement spider in particular was a great memory from my movie watching formative years.
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Andrew_Haldane

Quote from: Captain Ron on June 25, 2013, 13:34:54 pm
The film version of The Shrinking Man (entitled The Incredible Shrinking Man) is a great classic sci-fi film with more than a bit of thought powering through it. The scene where he fights a basement spider in particular was a great memory from my movie watching formative years.


8) I remember it  well... it is, as you say, a classic


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