The Shining is one of the more jarring book to movie adaptations, but did it gain as much as it lost when translated to screen?
A Clockwork Orange is as impactful a movie as it is a book, but is there a major philosophical difference between them?
2001: A Space Odyssey is both a cinematic masterpiece and a compelling sci-fi novel, but which told the story better?
Moebius has contributed to some of the greatest motion pictures of all time, so it was a treat to discover his work in graphic novel form.
Show Me All Your Scars is a powerful example of what nonfiction can do. A sensitive, intimate portrait of mental illness from those who suffered from it.
The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson is a surprising book, but not always because of how scary it is. In fact, sometimes it falls a little flat...
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer is a book that finds the beauty in nihilism and meaninglessness in practically everything else.
Last Ones Left Alive by Sarah Davis Goff is both a worthy entry in the over-bloated zombie genre and the much smaller world of Irish horror novels.
The Prestige by Christopher Priest is a different story entirely than The Prestige by Christopher Nolan. Yet they are somehow very much the same...
It can be difficult to sum up Consider Phlebas in a single sentence, which is fitting, given the ambiguous nature of its characters and plot...