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1  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's Extraction on: Today at 06:07:07 PM
It's a quick listen as an audiobook. A little less than an hour.

Oh man, White Fire is one of their best. You're going to love it.
2  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Oldest unread book on your tbr pile on: Today at 05:52:23 PM
Leisure definitely put out some questionable material, but they also published writers like Ramsey Campbell,  Thomas Tessier, Graham Masterton, Brian Keene, Jack Ketchum, and others whose work I have admiration for.

Oldest book in my TBR list? Sheesh. Who knows.
3  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child's Extraction on: Today at 05:47:37 PM
Extraction is a short story, or perhaps a novella, that relates a story from the childhood of Pendergast. It reveals some of the past animosity between Pendergast and his brother, Diogenes. Extraction manages to be both grisly and subtle. I really liked it.

Extraction is only available as an ebook or as an audiobook. Guess which one I bought.
4  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: MST3K: an oral history on: Today at 05:43:14 PM
This is cool. I plan to read it when I can find a few extra minutes.
5  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: The All-New Reading, Watching, and Listening Thread on: April 22, 2014, 03:08:34 PM
I'm glad to see that some more are enjoying Dr. Sleep. I loved that book so much.

Re-reading Laymon's Night in the Lonesome October. At least when I can concentrate. The pollen is really bad here. I almost felt like going to the emergency room last night.

Watching: Nothing

Listening: Utopia, Swing to the Right; Leningrad Cowboys, Buena Vodka Social Club
6  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: A SIMPLE PLAN by Scott Smith Signed Limited Edition From Cemetery Dance on: April 22, 2014, 02:06:45 PM
It's a terrific novel. I sadly hated Scott Smith's followup, The Ruins, but A Simple Plan is great. I also love Sam Raimi's film of it, even if the ending is a little compromised. I think it's his best movie to date.
7  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Koontz's Lightning on: April 22, 2014, 03:48:51 AM
I may have to skip this over. The reader delivers the prose like a funeral director or something. I might be ready for another King audiobook.

8  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Horror Film Festival in Virginia!? on: April 22, 2014, 03:45:47 AM
I would like to check some of the movies out. If there are matinees. I hate that long drive down Rt. 64 back home late at night.
9  Horror Drive-In / Intermission / Re: Play festival winner on: April 22, 2014, 03:43:52 AM
Congratulations, Matt! I will try to check it out after work this evening.
10  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Scares That Care Charity Horror Con - Williamsburg VA - June 2014 on: April 21, 2014, 06:07:51 PM
New announcement: Heather Langenkamp will be there.
11  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Brian Keene's 4 AM Chapbook on Sale Now on: April 21, 2014, 03:23:48 PM
Me three.
12  Horror Drive-In / Intermission / Re: The Not-So-Wonderful World of Online Dating on: April 21, 2014, 02:29:44 PM
Tragically, some people never find the one that is right for them.
13  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Oy Marky Mark ! on: April 21, 2014, 02:23:25 PM
They are a jam band. In the sloppy tradition of The Grateful Dead. These guys get smoked up and get their groove on. Wank music.
14  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: E-version of Beth Massie's SINEATER is $.99 until April 27, 2014 on: April 21, 2014, 02:22:04 PM
I tried and tried, but could not get through this one. I liked her novels, Welcome Back to the Night and Wire Mesh Mothers, much more.
15  Horror Drive-In / Drive In Theater By Night / Re: Kindle version of F. Paul Wilson's IMPLANT is $.99 until 4/26/2014 on: April 21, 2014, 01:52:12 PM
I really enjoyed all of the medical thrillers that Paul did in the 90's. I'd love to go back and reread them sometime. I'm afraid that I remember almost nothing about any of them now.
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