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  • jimmyoc
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    Three Days in June. 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment

    The battle for Mount Longdon, Falklands war 1982, now that would be a film, but I'm bias,

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  • Martok
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    Originally posted by Arthwys View Post
    As far as sparkly, angst-ridden emo-vampires go? abso-freakin-lutely... But I'd Love to see Brian Lumley's Necroscope series brought to the screen.



    Vampires that would break Bram Stoker's Dracula over their knees like kindling.
    I read up on this, looks like a good series.

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  • Castle
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    Eastern Approaches, by Fitzroy MacLean (could be the basis for a series of movies, actually)

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  • Sign&Print Name
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    Out of The Silent Planet by C.S. Lewis.

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  • Arthwys
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    Originally posted by Martok View Post
    Give us a break, please. Vampires have been overdone, as have zombies. Wasn't Twilight enough?
    As far as sparkly, angst-ridden emo-vampires go? abso-freakin-lutely... But I'd Love to see Brian Lumley's Necroscope series brought to the screen.



    Vampires that would break Bram Stoker's Dracula over their knees like kindling.

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  • Lokinar
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    Originally posted by northern guy View Post
    Talk about a blast from the past!! What are we talking about - late '70s/early '80s?
    First published in 1978. Gotta love the back cover blurb, which reads, in part - "There is more killing here than in a Chcago stockyard..."
    Yowza...

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  • Martok
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    Originally posted by carrycash
    The vampire diaries..
    Give us a break, please. Vampires have been overdone, as have zombies. Wasn't Twilight enough?

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  • Bwaha
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    David Webbers Honor Harrington series...

    Btw his forum is pretty cool as well...

    http://forums.davidweber.net/


    Well that's cool...

    David Weber ‏@davidweber1

    Evergreen Productions, who are hard at work on the upcoming Honor Harrington movie, will be joining us at HonorCon in November! <G>
    Last edited by Bwaha; 16 Jul 13, 01:39.

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  • Capt AFB
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    Originally posted by northern guy View Post
    Talk about a blast from the past!! What are we talking about - late '70s/early '80s?
    I recall reading it in the early 80s.

    Another possibility for a movie...The story, be it fact or fiction!

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  • Capt AFB
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    I remember putting down "Thunder Run" by David Zucchino after reading it in 2005 (or thereabout!), and thinking what a great story for a movie.

    It's coming out on the big screen in 2015...

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  • holly6
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    Pick your best W.E.B Griffin collection and make a mini-series.

    Sorry, I'm old and easily influenced.

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  • northern guy
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    Originally posted by Lokinar View Post
    Talk about a blast from the past!! What are we talking about - late '70s/early '80s?

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  • OpanaPointer
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    Originally posted by Emmajin Beki View Post
    Isn't Ridley Scott trying to put that one on screen?
    Yeah, but it's taking forever.

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  • Emmajin Beki
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    Originally posted by R. Evans View Post
    The Forever War by Joe Haldeman (sci-fi classic)
    Isn't Ridley Scott trying to put that one on screen?

    Daughter of Xanadu by Dori Young Jones.

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  • Merkava188
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    I would like to see the Wingman series by Mack Maloney adapted into a movie as well as the Carrier and Seal Team Seven series by Keith Douglass.I also would like to see Amanda Garret make the leap to the big screen with one of James H Cobbs books being adapted.Also I'd wish that some of Stephen Coontz's other novel such as Intruders should've been adapted for the big screen as was as Robert Gandts books would also be very cool on the big screen.

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