Category: Den of Geeks

Stephen King’s top 10 pure horror novels

There's no doubt that writer Stephen King is best known for the horror novels that haunt his special corner of American literature. But the extremely prolific writer has also written plenty…
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Dick Tracy will return in 2018

In news that is long, long overdue, Dick Tracy will finally return to the world of comics. Archie Comics has acquired the rights to publish a Dick Tracy comic, the…
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Stephen King: a reading guide to the King universe

Editor's Note: This guide tries to keep it light on the spoilers, but there are some, gunslinger. For the past 40 years, Stephen King, an American master of letters, has…
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Stephen King adaptations, and straying from source material

I watched The Shining recently, a film I haven’t seen for at least 15 years, maybe more. The first time I watched The Shining I was far too young for…
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Where next for The Punisher?

Warning: contains spoilers for The Punisher series one. The Punisher was arguably the most well-written Marvel-Netflix show produced so far, and that – combined with the company’s will to recommission shows…
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John Green’s Turtles All the Way Down gets movie deal

John Green's latest book, Turtles All the Way Down, is getting a movie. Or, at least a movie development deal... The YouTube vlogger and novelist, who also wrote The Fault…
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Should the Lord Of The Rings TV series include Tom Bombadil?

In a letter to the writer and poet Naomi Mitchison, who had been proof-reading The Lord Of The Rings for him, J. R. R. Tolkien described Tom Bombadil as an…
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Den Of Geek book special offer: currently half price!

Thank you, thank you, thank you. We've been a bit blown away by how nice you've all been about our first-ever book, which seems to be selling some copies and…
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Neil Gaiman’s Anansi Boys coming to BBC Radio 4

Like satsumas and hangovers, the annual BBC Radio 4 Neil Gaiman drama has established itself as an essential festive tradition. Following its 2013 Neverwhere dramatisation, Radio 4 brought us Good…
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Lord Of The Rings films, and discovering Middle Earth

This article contains spoilers for Lord Of The Rings, The Hobbit, and The Silmarillion. First, some context. I’d been introduced to Tolkien through The Hobbit, my Grandad’s hardback edition with…
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