While absolutely silly, The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms is an important one in the history of special effects and science fiction. It is an adaptation of a Ray Bradbury work (the first film made from his work according to the back blurb) AND it has a Ray Harryhausen monster.
The picture at left is a little blurry, so here's what all of those words say:
"The sea's master-beast of the ages—raging up from the bottom of time!"
"They couldn't believe their eyes! They couldn't escape the terror! AND NEITHER WILL YOU!"
"You'll see it tear a city apart!"
Amazon has it in a double movie set, along with THEM! The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms
Pub Date: October 2010
Publisher: Stories originally published by Running Press in the Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance.
Length: 101 pages
FTC: Purchased myself during a sale of some kind
This month's TBR Challenge theme is paranormal or romantic suspense. And, since I spaced the challenge again until exactly two days ago, I decided to scope out my digital TBR for a quick read. I picked this up during a promotional sale some time ago, and promptly forgot about it. Basically, here are three short stories, repackaged from another book. I normally love all three authors, but two out of three of these stories were decidedly underwhelming.