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Nobody Trusts Anybody: The Novelization of ‘The Thing’ is Even Darker Than the Movie

The book was inspired by the script and has unfilmed scenes

Digital intervention over Enzo Sciotti’s original art for the Italian poster of “The Thing”
Digital intervention over Enzo Sciotti’s original art for the Italian poster of “The Thing”

Last year, beloved filmmaker Quentin Tarantino published a novel based on the script for his movie “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. The book’s success rekindled popular interest in novelizations — those paperbacks with the…

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Felipe M. Guerra

Felipe M. Guerra

Journalist, independent filmmaker and a sick person. I write about cinema at https://filmesparadoidos.blogspot.com, and in here about films, books and comics.

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