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We Have Always Lived in the Castle

Perfectly Dark Delights From Folio  Shirley Jackson’s claustrophobic mystery thriller, We Have Always Lived in the Castle was published in 1962 and quickly became a cult classic.  Telling the story of the
August 1, 2023

The Arsenal Stadium Mystery

The Arsenal Stadium Mystery wears its affiliations boldly. It’s a football film. It’s a who-done-it. And it’s as British as fish and chips. Amateur team The Trojans face their toughest challenge yet: a
September 8, 2020

Hit Series Gets The Folio Treatment

If you’re a fan of Epix’s dark-comedy Get Shorty—which has just been renewed for a third season—then the Folio Society’s new edition of Elmore Leonard’s crime-aper is sure to hit the spot.
May 16, 2019

Books Bring Screen Art Alive

This month, Titan Books looks set to delight fans with two new releases focussed on the art and artifice of film-making. First-up is The Art & Making of Aladdin by Emily Zemler,
May 9, 2019

  Catch 22: Read Before You View

This May, Joseph Heller’s dark, anti-war satire, Catch 22, gets the mini-series treatment, produced, directed, and starring George Clooney.  While ostensibly about World War II, Heller actually wrote Catch 22 as a
March 7, 2019

The Darkest Minds Featurette

When teens mysteriously develop powerful new abilities, they are declared a threat by the government and detained. Sixteen-year-old Ruby, one of the most powerful young people anyone has encountered, escapes her camp
August 3, 2018

I Am Legend: New Edition

Richard Matheson was rightly regarded as one of the three speculative fiction greats, alongside Bradbury and Asimov. Over a career that spanned 50 years, Matheson’s quiet wit and inimitable prose inspired both
May 2, 2018

Children’s Classic Comes To The Big Screen

Meg Murry, bespectacled, gangly and an outcast at school, desperately misses her father, a quantum physicist who has mysteriously disappeared. But when she and her precocious little brother, Charles Wallace, meet ancient
February 27, 2018
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