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Posted August 8, 2012
I was expecting some pretty dark, serious stories here, but was delighted that most were written tongue-in-cheek. Lots of great humor, especially in Bitterling's "They Go In Threes". I was laughing my ass off. Schouweiler's story ran away with the best of the bunch.
If I could have added anything, it would have been a few illustrations to help the audience get a picture of the characters / settings. A fairly easy read. Outstanding cover art that jumps off the shelf. If you work in the film biz, you'll definitely get a lot of the in-jokes that others may not pick up on.
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Posted August 9, 2012
A well collected series of stories that starts strong and ends stronger. I liked some stories and loved others, really not a turd in the bunch. Fans of the cult fave film CRITTERS will get the chance to read one of the last things ever written by CRITTERS screenwriter, Brain Muir. The book is also dedicated to him.
A very original anthology and I wouldn't mind (in the true Hollywood tradition) a sequel.