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Topnach Production

Hollywood Dreams By:
Topnach Production
When friends from a sports website come together to make a movie, they find it's not as easy as they thought.

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cubs.girl

well it's me Cubsgirl, I loved the book as well and yes I would love for John to make it a full length book.

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lovingempath

...one of my favorite S King movies. That's the same feel I got here.
I think if this were expanded, we'd get more detail on exactly what happens to the characters. They got eaten too fast..:)
Good work, and good luck John...I LOVE 'House Horror' movies!

Robin

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zormna

I thought the concept was exceptionally good, but I felt the pacing was a little rushed. I think I got lost on what happened to your character (the narrator)near the end. I think I'd like to see this one fleshed out more.

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ategic.ny28

It had that "Blair Witch" feeling to me. I have so many questions and that kept me reading (and watching "Blair Witch).

How did the house eat them? Are they in a parallel universe? Are they alive? Wow. I want to know more, though!

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petra michelle

was top notch! The evolution of the story became a great concept for the film the characters were looking for! Ingenious in how you turned the narrative into the intended product...a great thriller! Loved it, John!

Good luck! Petra :))

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tigerpride

Those are both great books by the King of horror. Back in 1988 I read my first novel "Christine"

From that day I have wanted to capture the imagination the way Stephen did.

Thank you all for reading Topnach Production.

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rebekahjennings

Hi John,

Interesting story. Reminds me of Rose Red, Stephen King, not to be confused with Rose Madder. The house kept changing around.

Light and easy to read. Good work.

Bek :)

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gamskee

Very creepy. Didn't expect a horror story to come barreling out of left field partway through what seemed to be a story of movie making.

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paulashene

I liked the layout of the book - it actually helped with the 'creepiness' of the story..good job and I agree with Timmi...Paula

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