Thursday, October 7, 2010

Richard Matheson on Screen: A History of the Filmed Works By Matthew R. Bradley With Foreword by Richard Matheson


Here's a great new book from McFarland that should be of interest to all horror fans. Richard Matheson on Screen is now available and would be a welcome addition to anyone's fright library.

Here's the official description:

Though innumerable biographies have been written about novelists, playwrights, and poets, screenwriters are rarely granted this distinction, even ones as prolific and successful as Richard Matheson. He has occupied a unique position in cinema as the writer or original author of films from The Incredible Shrinking Man in 1957 through I Am Legend in 2007. This book documents his rise to prominence, parallel literary career, and role in the horror and science fiction renaissance. In chronological order, the exhaustively indexed narrative examines each film written by Matheson or based on his work, with sections devoted to episodic television (including The Twilight Zone) and unproduced projects.

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