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by Nicholas Grabowsky

ePub Halloween IV download
Nicholas Grabowsky
Critics Choice Paperbacks (October 1, 1988)
Genre Fiction
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. It's the return of Michael Myers in the definitive Halloween novelization! By special arrangement with Trancas International Films.

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Halloweened Be Thy Name.

Halloweened Be Thy Name. Essay concerning the effects of the Halloween movies on the author, originally published in Shroud Magazine, Fall 2010). By Nicholas Grabowsky. If it wasn’t for that book, a Halloween IV novel would not have existed, or would’ve simply been handed over for some other writer to pen, and Michael never would have come calling on me. In the spring of 1988, with Alan B. McElroy’s script Fed-exed to me by my publisher, it took me less than a month to turn it, scene by scene, into a novel.

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HALLOWEEN IV 4 SPECIAL NICHOLAS GRABOWSKY E- BOOK PD F format OF HALLOWEEN . Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.

HALLOWEEN IV 4 SPECIAL NICHOLAS GRABOWSKY E- BOOK PD F format OF HALLOWEEN 4. £. 3. No obvious damage to the book cover, with the dust jacket (if applicable) included for hard covers. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins. Some identifying marks on the inside cover, but this is minimal.

It's the return of Michael Myers in the definitive Halloween novelization! By special arrangement with Trancas International Films, fantasy/horror author Nicholas Grabowsky presents a special, limited edition of his novel, the way it was meant to be. Complete with additional and expanded chapters, it adds an exciting dimension to the Michael Myers legacy!
  • A worthwhile read. A very cool novelization of the 1988 Halloween sequel Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers. Grabowsky does a fantastic job, and although it's basically word for word from the screenplay and offers very little additional material, it's a wonderfully fast-paced read of probably the better of the Halloween sequels.

  • This book is a near mirror image as the movie, with the exception of the first eight pages. There is more detail into the residents of the hospital then seen in the opening of the movie. Thats about all this book has to offer. There is no narritive into Michael's mind, or the writer letting you see things through the eye's of Michael as there was in the first book by Curtis Richards. There is a little more story added also to the oldman that gives Dr. Loomis a ride into Haddonfield, though it's nothing your missing out on. The book more or less is point A to point B in a straight line. No detours from the movie not even a little curve to add something new and exciteing from what we have seen. Do yourself a favor save yourself some money and stick with the movie. Halloween 4 The Return of Michael Myers movie is as good as the first in the series and without a doubt the last one really worth watching, the book however is not a must have unless you are a fanatic as me.

  • There are a few things in life I'm pretty passionate about. One of them is reading a great book and the another one is definitely the Halloween franchise and just about everything it's become in its almost three decade existence. Please don't make the mistake of thinking this review has been written by someone wearing rose colored glasses due to his love of the franchise, because that couldn't be further from the truth. Believe it or not, I read this novel with very low expectations having just finished the novelization for Halloween II and being utterly disappointed because I got absolutely nothing out of it that I didn't already know from seeing the film. It was literally a transfer from screen to paper and to me, that's just plain boring! No character development or depth of any kind.

    What Nicholas Grabowski does with Halloween IV is completely different! He takes the readers on a journey through the fictitious town of Haddonfield and does it so well that you can literally smell the pumpkin pie and feel the weather getting colder as the leaves change colors and fall to the ground. Each character was constructed in such a way that you truly felt as if you knew them, even though in the film, they were either gone within minutes of their introduction or you simply never heard of them again because they weren't an integral part of the story. This was just another one of the things I felt that Nicholas Grabowski did with his novelization that not only worked so well, but made it so much more complete than watching the movie ever could by itself. If you were given the task of writing a character as complex as Michael Myers, how would you do it? Well, Nicholas Grabowski has absolutely MASTERED it here! Michael Myers' presence is felt and there is a constant sense of foreboding throughout the entire book that I have to say, was really creepy and left me with the same exact feeling I had as I sat in the theater and watched this movie for the first time.

    I'm a person who likes to call things as they are and I know the ONLY reason you could possibly have for reading this review is because like me, you too are a fan of this particular franchise? At some point or another one of these movies (most likely the original in 1978) left a mark on you and since that time you've watched them all, good or bad, and never looked back. In this case I am giving this book the absolute highest recommendation one Halloween fan can give to another! It's been out of print for a while and that makes it pretty rare these days. If you happen to come across a copy though, pick it up and I guarantee you won't be disappointed!

  • Not enough extra material over the movie to justify the high price. Avoid if you are already of fan of the movie.

  • great item for my collection

  • awesome

  • My son loves it.

  • If you liked the movie you'll like this. It's almost identical but the small tweaks are enough to add something new to the Michael Myers saga.