Warhammer Horror Book Reviews, SCARED STIFF (1987) Arrow Blu-Ray Review

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  • hobo johnson
    hobo johnson  2 months back

    Do forgotten realms books count bc iv read at least 30 of ra salvatore books. That's all I read for a couple years.

    • Rawshark
      Rawshark  2 months back

      Hey Adam, if you like the horror aspects of Warhammer you need to check out the books by Peter Fehervari (Fire Cast, Spiral Dawn, and Requiem Infernal). He really nails the horror angle.

      • Rawshark
        Rawshark  2 months back

        @Adam Cesare meanwhile I downloaded the Drachenfels audiobook today

      • Adam Cesare
        Adam Cesare   2 months back

        Thanks so much, will def check them out!! Weird that I haven’t yet!

    • Scarybear 70
      Scarybear 70  3 months back

      Great review! Loved Scared Stiff!!! Keep up the great work!

      • Kim Dreyer
        Kim Dreyer  4 months back

        Nice review - you sold me on Scared Stiff. Oh, And I love the Beast of Blood Mask on your shelf!

        • Adam Cesare
          Adam Cesare   4 months back

          I hope you end up enjoying, Kim! Like I said, it took me by surprise.

      • derek whipple
        derek whipple  5 months back

        Doom Asylum is so funny 80s slasher gold. I cant beleive anyone could dislike that movie!

        • Roni Vega
          Roni Vega  5 months back

          The best tie-in series was the Resident Evil tie in novels by S.D. Perry

          • Chris
            Chris  5 months back

            Thanks for the video. I do read tie in fiction. I've been on the fence about the new WH horror, but you've convinced me to try it out.

            • August Willman
              August Willman  5 months back

              I love the Alien Book Series as well as the Buffy comics!

              • Death by Ghost hammer Productions

                Hi Adam love your videos ! But I just bought wicked and the damned but I don’t know anything about wicked and the damned but I don’t know anything about warhammer will I still be okay or would I need to know anything about warhammer to understand what’s happing in the book ?

                • Death by Ghost hammer Productions
                  Death by Ghost hammer Productions  4 months back

                  Adam Cesare thanks Adam ! I’ll check out the video ! I got the book and thanks for the recommendation I can’t wait to hop into it !

                • Adam Cesare
                  Adam Cesare   5 months back

                  Don't hold me to this but I think you'll be *okay* not knowing much about the universe. I found this helpful explainer video that should give you an idea what the three main characters are like/where they fit in: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z9xMnVfg_n0

              • the horror movie channel
                the horror movie channel  5 months back

                Hi im new to your channel can you review dont go in the woods or scalps

                • Adam Cesare
                  Adam Cesare   5 months back

                  Hi Tanya, SCALPS is definitely on the agenda, along with a few other Fred Olen Ray movies.

              • Sirchud68
                Sirchud68  5 months back

                Dan Abnett Warhammer books are so good
                C.L. Werner Witchhunter books are good as well

                • E Richert
                  E Richert  5 months back

                  I read the Eisenhorn and Ravenor trilogies without really knowing much at all about Warhammer, and I thought they were quite good action sci-fi novels that stood up on their own.

                  • Adam Cesare
                    Adam Cesare   5 months back

                    Haven’t read RAVENOR but read the first trilogy in high school and loved it.

                • William Burns
                  William Burns  5 months back

                  Read the Song of Ice and Fire from George RR. Martin and thought books 1-3 were better than the HBO series.

                  • Christopher Carroll
                    Christopher Carroll  5 months back

                    In general, I don't seek out tie-in books, but I read Jeffrey Thomas' Nightmare on Elm Street book, because I love Jeffrey Thomas, and was stunned to find a tie-in book by him. It's a good one! I recently picked up some of B(rian) K. Evenson's video game tie-in books, out of curiosity, although they are on my TBR pile.

                    (I also read the CLUE movie adaptation book by Michael McDowell when it came out as a kid, because I loved the film so much. I REALLY wish I still had that one, because now I am a big McDowell fan, and that book is hella scarce.)

                    • Adam Cesare
                      Adam Cesare   5 months back

                      I didn’t know McDowell novelized CLUE! Wow!

                      I have some of the Evenson tie-ins, out of Evenson loyalty, but I don’t think I’ve read one from him that hasn’t been a “Full Brian” book.

                  • Em Ra
                    Em Ra  5 months back

                    I really enjoyed the World of Darkness RPG tie-in books back in the day; also had many fun moments reading the Red Dwarf novels

                    • Em Ra
                      Em Ra  5 months back

                      @Adam Cesare I still have every single Rage card I ever bought, the artwork was amazing but the gameplay was very clunky... Still, very fond memories of my late night rpg sessions playing Werewolf The Apocalypse & Vampire The Dark Ages

                    • Adam Cesare
                      Adam Cesare   5 months back

                      I was at a used store a few months ago and they had a ton of those WoD books. Great covers, I should have grabbed one or two. When I was a kid I used to buy the RAGE trading cards, despite having no interest in the game but *strong* interest in werewolves.

                  • TimBurVlogs
                    TimBurVlogs  5 months back

                    I've only seen Scared Stiff in an edited TV form so I must get this disc to see the FX I missed out on! They always seemed to show this on KCOP every Sunday afternoon in the mid 90s.

                    • Adam Cesare
                      Adam Cesare   5 months back

                      Haha. That’s amazing! And it may very well have been him!

                    • TimBurVlogs
                      TimBurVlogs  5 months back

                      @Adam Cesare before the internet, I assumed it was a TV movie.

                      One time I was called a liar by someone claiming to be Richard Friedman on the IMDb forums. That it was never licensed for TV use.

                    • Adam Cesare
                      Adam Cesare   5 months back

                      In some ways that’s maybe the perfect venue for it? Since it feels like a few gore inserts away from a family film to begin with?

                  • GravestoneXD
                    GravestoneXD  5 months back

                    I once read the bioshock rapture book. It was okay. That's how most tie in books feel to me.

                    • Adam Cesare
                      Adam Cesare   5 months back

                      I’ve read some transcendent ones (and haven’t read RAPTURE), but agree: when they feel like they can’t alter the status quo or tell meaningful stories in their universe: they feel limited.

                  • Wheels_931
                    Wheels_931  5 months back

                    I don’t read tie in ... love scared stiff