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Author: Tommy Lee Wallace,Jack Martin
ISBN13: 978-0515079784
Title: Halloween III: Season of the Witch
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Language: English
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Publisher: Jove (October 1, 1984)

Halloween III: Season of the Witch by Tommy Lee Wallace,Jack Martin



Halloween III. Season of the witch. A Jove Book, published by arrangement with the author. This book may not be reproduced in whole or in part, by mimeograph or any other means, without permission. For information address: The Berkley Publishing Group, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, . Jove books are published by The Berkley Publishing Group, 200 Madison Avenue, New York, .

Novelization of the film Halloween 3:Season of the Witch. Author "Jack Martin" is a pseudonym of Dennis Etchison. Dennis Etchison, once again writing under the pseudonym of "Jack Martin", does a fine job novelizing the illogical but fun, Michael Myerless Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Unlike his more pedestrian work on the Halloween II novelization, Etchison, as he did with The Fog, expands upon the narrative, digs deeper in the main character's personal problems (his drinking and failed marriage) and attempts to fix some of the film's countless story problems (. with time zones, conspiracy etc).

The 1980s were a golden age of such novels, from Dallas: This Cherished Land to Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Most were dubious attempts to cash in on a property’s popularity. But Trust Doesn’t Rust - much like the indomitable Hasselhoff - transcended its medium. While most of the show’s episodes focused on freeway chases and orgiastic fireballs, Trust Doesn’t Rust had more on its mind: it was a prescient cautionary tale about the dangers of technology. Trust Doesn’t Rust’s tragic villain is KARR, a Trans Am that was, like KITT, built by Knight Industries. Unlike KITT, however, KARR suffers from a programming error that makes him unstable, dangerous, and vulnerable to exploitation.

I absolutely loved this book. Jack Martin, author of HALLOWEEN II, really keeps you glued to the pages. halloween masks, is even better here than in the movie! This is guaranteed for a rainy night! 0. Report. Recently Viewed and Featured. Self Identity and Moral Decisions.

Halloween III: Season of the Witch. It is the first film to be written and directed by Tommy Lee Wallace. John Carpenter and Debra Hill, the creators of Halloween, returned as producers. The film follows the story of Dr. Dan Challis (Tom Atkins) as he tries to solve the mysterious murder of a patient in his hospital.

Directed by Tommy Lee Wallace. With Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O'Herlihy, Michael Currie. Kids all over America want Silver Shamrock masks for Halloween. Doctor Daniel Challis seeks to uncover a plot by Silver Shamrock owner Conal Cochran. Director: Tommy Lee Wallace. Writer: Tommy Lee Wallace.

This article is about the anthology film. For other meanings, see Halloween III (disambiguation). You don't really know much about Halloween. You thought no further than the strange custom of having your children wear masks and go out begging for candy.

Halloween III. Ein Zombie- Roman. Martin, Jack, Tommy Lee Wallace. Published by Jove (1984). ISBN 10: 0515079782 ISBN 13: 9780515079784. Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Published by Jove Book (1983). ISBN 10: 0352314184 ISBN 13: 9780352314185.

Novelization of the film Halloween 3:Season of the Witch. Author "Jack Martin" is a pseudonym of Dennis Etchison.
Reviews: 7
HeonIc
I have a dirty little secret. When I was younger and watching the Halloween franchise through for the first time, it was the mid-nineties and thus it was impossible to really go into a well-known series that started in '78 with no major spoilers. So by the time I was watching the films, I already knew that Halloween III SotW was a deviation from the standard formula of the series, and that Michael Myers did not feature into it, so I skipped straight over to Halloween IV. For years I'd watch the films in that order, skipping from II to IV, until one day I found a copy of Martin's novelization on the clearance rack at Half Price Books. While I knew that the book, following the film was not going to feature Myers, I was an avid reader back then, and I especially loved horror movie tie-in novels so I went ahead and bought it and started to read it that Friday after school.

I finished it on Saturday afternoon and then I got on my bike and rode down to the neighborhood movie rental and rented the film and watched it for the first time. The novelization was THAT good.

Until fairly recently you could pick this up for practically nothing, I've owned three copies of it myself, and it was the easiest Halloween tie-in to find, and the least expensive, but I see it's gone up in price the last couple of years. I don't know if this is due to completionists who tracked down the other three novelizations and want a complete set, or if they purchase it on it's own merits. While it's nice to own all four, this installment stands well on it's own, and is a great treatment of the film by Jack Martin, who also wrote the very well done Halloween II novelization.
Tygokasa
I liked the movie Halloween III. I thought the story was original and inventive. Plus, Tom Atkins was cool as Dr. Challis. Im not biased or anything. Movie aside, the book was very good. The story even takes a few detours from the movie which I found enjoyable. The Myerless movie was Marvelous. The book follows suit. Thumbs up for Jack Martin.
Gnng
Good read! Sticks close to the movie plot with a few elaborations here and there.
Arilak
Great collector item from one of the best and most misunderstood Halloween films.
cyrexoff
Thank you very, very much!
SARAND
Very happy with this book and it's condition
Cargahibe
Awesome book - some cool details they didn't cover in the movie. Halloween III owns.
Dennis Etchison, once again writing under the pseudonym of "Jack Martin", does a fine job novelizing the illogical but fun, Michael Myerless Halloween III: Season of the Witch. Unlike his more pedestrian work on the Halloween II novelization, Etchison, as he did with The Fog, expands upon the narrative, digs deeper in the main character's personal problems (his drinking and failed marriage) and attempts to fix some of the film's countless story problems (i.e. with time zones, conspiracy etc). He piles on the creepy, shadow drenched atmosphere as well. The novelization also contains a few in-joke references to The Fog as well as the unrelated Halloween films. Carpenter and Etchison fans will find plenty to like in this overlooked oddity. Recommended.