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!Read Epub Ë Poltergeist ñ Based on screenplay for the movie of the same name No, even all the elements was in there I just couldn t take it It was good to read which is true but I felt like something not exactly for me in here that I always looking for in horror book So, yeah kind of disappointing read for meFreeling family moves in to Cuesta Verde Estates, father Steve and stay at home mother, Diane are living the typical American dream They have a new house, live in a safe neighborhood, are financially successful, and have three healthy kids 15 year old Dana, se No, even all the elements was in there I just couldn t take it It was good to read which is true but I felt like something not exactly for me in here that I always looking for in horror book So, yeah kind of disappointing read for meFreeling family moves in to Cuesta Verde Estates, father Steve and stay at home mother, Diane are living the typical American dream They have a new house, live in a safe neighborhood, are financially successful, and have three healthy kids 15 year old Dana, seven year old Robbie, and five year old Carole Anne It s all started when little Carole Anne starts speaking to the television after the late night news ends at midnight and static fills the screen There s nothing in the tv screen after the news but she seemed occupied with the screen Soon there sproblems occurred as Carole suddenly disappeared from the house wll of a sudden and Meanwhile a creepy clown doll sits at the end of Robbie s bed and just grinsA team of ghost busters , headed by Dr Lesh is called in to investigate With their EMF detectors and EVP recorders, they camp out at the house look into the problem Like that they continues to find out what s in the behind of disappearing of little Carole They had to go a long process to rescue herThat s it but somehow it didn t match my expectations as what I hope Anyway can say it s decent horror read I ve never seen the film Poltergeist so I can t compare the movie versus the novel But what I can say is that this is one hell of a horror story It had me hooked right from the beginning and I kept getting shivers as I felt the dread mounting This book made me feel uncomfortable and uneasy and I adored every second of it This is what horror is all about, that inexplicable feeling of dread and terror that follows you throughout the book and keeps you thinking about it even after you ve put th I ve never seen the film Poltergeist so I can t compare the movie versus the novel But what I can say is that this is one hell of a horror story It had me hooked right from the beginning and I kept getting shivers as I felt the dread mounting This book made me feel uncomfortable and uneasy and I adored every second of it This is what horror is all about, that inexplicable feeling of dread and terror that follows you throughout the book and keeps you thinking about it even after you ve put the book down This is by far one of my favourite horror books I ve read this year I m not sure I liked the novelization as much as the film, but Poltergeist in a book format is still very eerie and suspenseful I m not sure I liked the novelization as much as the film, but Poltergeist in a book format is still very eerie and suspenseful Poltergeist 1982 The novelizationMy novelization binge continues with Poltergeist written by James Kahn, one of the all time best at this particular specialty, with Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom among his credits Erase all thoughts about the insipid, half baked, cynical cash grab bastardization remake currently infesting movie theaters around the world I am talking here about the Steven Spielberg produced Toby Hooper directed classic from the fabled s Poltergeist 1982 The novelizationMy novelization binge continues with Poltergeist written by James Kahn, one of the all time best at this particular specialty, with Return of the Jedi and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom among his credits Erase all thoughts about the insipid, half baked, cynical cash grab bastardization remake currently infesting movie theaters around the world I am talking here about the Steven Spielberg produced Toby Hooper directed classic from the fabled summer of 1982 Ahhhh.to have been there back on June 4th 1982 and witnessed this spellbinding horror film when it first opened it was an exhilarating experience that I will never forget And given the visual nature of the picture, the outstanding and nuanced performances, the special effects which still look fantastic and resonate today not to mention an absolutely monumental musical score by Jerry Goldsmith attempting to turn the cinematic experience of Poltergeist into a workable and exciting novel would seem to be a futile, if not downright impossible task.And yet, author James Kahn working from a screenplay by Steven Spielberg, Michael Grais, and Mark Victor , has done just that.I have three tests that a novelization must pass to be considered a success One, it has to effectively create the world of the movie using prose Do I feel like I am in the universe of the movie Two, it has to add to the story Is there backstory and character insights that can only be gotten from an effectively written novel Three, it has to capture the essence of the movie the heart and soul of the film if you will In this case, does the novelization capture the horror and spirituality and sense of wonder of the movie I am happy to report that James Kahn s novelization of Poltergeist knocks it out of the park on all three accounts Reading this book is like living inside the world of the film We get some great character insights, especially when it comes to Tangina Children, Children and the paranormal investigators, most notably Doctor Lesh Although there is no way to duplicate with words the soul stirring combination of the movie s visuals coupled with Jerry Goldsmith s powerhouse soundtrack, this novel has a sense of wonder and is downright scary Even the show stopper set pieces such as the Stairway of Souls and Into the Light are effectively rendered in this thrilling novelization.Bottom line Poltergeist is a rousing novelization that effectively captures the other worldly horror and wonderment of the classic 1982 film