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When Tobe Hooper s film Destiny Express is screened for the first time to the public, the viewers that watched it instantly become aggressive sex crazed zombies Can Tobe stop the zombies with the original cast of the film and a film reviewer acquaintance before it s too late Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good horror novel as well as the first and only book written by Tobe hooper If you are a fan of Tobe hooper and of zombie horror novels, be sure to check this book out a When Tobe Hooper s film Destiny Express is screened for the first time to the public, the viewers that watched it instantly become aggressive sex crazed zombies Can Tobe stop the zombies with the original cast of the film and a film reviewer acquaintance before it s too late Read on and find out for yourself.This was a pretty good horror novel as well as the first and only book written by Tobe hooper If you are a fan of Tobe hooper and of zombie horror novels, be sure to check this book out at your local library and wherever books and ebooks are sold There s always a roll of the eyes when a famed horror film director tries his hand at a novel Wes Craven, anyone When I heard Tobe Hooper director of my all time favorite horror film, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE had written one, I couldn t wait to get my hands on it, especially after hearing that one of my buddies HATED it and another LOVED it.For the first 100 pages, MIDNIGHT MOVIE had me hook, line, and sinker The pace was nice, the initial idea seemed great a screening of an unseen Ho There s always a roll of the eyes when a famed horror film director tries his hand at a novel Wes Craven, anyone When I heard Tobe Hooper director of my all time favorite horror film, THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE had written one, I couldn t wait to get my hands on it, especially after hearing that one of my buddies HATED it and another LOVED it.For the first 100 pages, MIDNIGHT MOVIE had me hook, line, and sinker The pace was nice, the initial idea seemed great a screening of an unseen Hooper film shot in his teenaged years somehow causes America to become a zombieland But right after this set up section, the novel goes in several different directions, and I spent most of the time wondering if Hooper and co writer Goldsher could bring it all together in the final act.They do and they don t.While I enjoyed Tobe Hooper as the antogonist as well as the group of misfits who help him re film his lost epic , and REALLY liked how the zombies are so in the background you hardly know they re there, there were so many other things going on I had a hard time staying focused on the story besides the zombies, why did the screening of the film cause mass terrorist attacks and outbreaks of sexual frenzy And just who were carrying out these attacks The zombies, or some kind of splinter cells Is not a zombie invasion enough The authors seriously should ve trimmed this thing down a bit even at just over 300 pages, 75 could ve easily been chopped without losing anything.While the novel works fine as a metaphor for Hooper s views on the Hollywood system, and will make independent film makers proud of what they do, MIDNIGHT MOVIE in the end is a so so offering that starts out fantastic then looses steam as it unfolds the quick and blah conclusion doesn t help, despite some ends being decently tied up.For Hooper fanatics only 3.5 starsThis book is for fans of B movie slasher flicks people turning to zombies after a screening of a lost Tobe Hooper movie What made this evenfun was the inclusion of Tobe Hooper himself in the narrative, his POV and dialogue were pretty funny Also, the Q A at the end of the book with Hooper was interesting because it was clear he included some real life occurrences in the book So in the end it was a mash up of an autobiography and a zombie movie Kind of strange, but a lot of fu 3.5 starsThis book is for fans of B movie slasher flicks people turning to zombies after a screening of a lost Tobe Hooper movie What made this evenfun was the inclusion of Tobe Hooper himself in the narrative, his POV and dialogue were pretty funny Also, the QA at the end of the book with Hooper was interesting because it was clear he included some real life occurrences in the book So in the end it was a mash up of an autobiography and a zombie movie Kind of strange, but a lot of fun I rounded down to 3 stars instead of up to 4 only because some of the sexual dialogue and descriptions got to be a bit excessive for my taste This book was SO much fun I read it all in one evening and, while I read a lot, I can scarcely remember last time I had so much fun with a book It reminded me of World War Z in a way that there were zombies and it was told through first person accounts and it was immensely although completely different sort of enjoyable So this is like a really silly really over the top B movie type of a book Nice to see Hooper is a man of many talents, not just cinematically gifted I wonder if he ll turn This book was SO much fun I read it all in one evening and, while I read a lot, I can scarcely remember last time I had so much fun with a book It reminded me of World War Z in a way that there were zombies and it was told through first person accounts and it was immensely although completely different sort of enjoyable So this is like a really silly really over the top B movie type of a book Nice to see Hooper is a man of many talents, not just cinematically gifted I wonder if he ll turn this one into a movie, it d be a hoot Hooper uses some autobiographical facts with some wild imaginings to spin this tale of wickedness unleashed by viewing of a long lost film he made as a teen This book is funny and clever in a self referential satirical irreverent kind of way It s got zombies and sex and tons of gore for horror fans as well as plenty of film making trivia for cinephiles Outrageous and outrageously entertaining Highly recommended ( Download ) ⚕ Midnight Movie ♂ The good news Director Tobe Hooper has been invited to speak at a screening of Destiny Express, a movie he wrote and directed as a teenager, but that hasn t seen the light of day in decades And Hooper s fans are ecstatic The bad news Destiny Express proves to be a killer literally As the death toll mounts, Tobe embarks on a desperate journey to understand the film s thirty year old origins and put an end to the strange epidemic his creation has set in motion Featuring the terror, humor, and sly documentary style Hooper devotees remember from such classics as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Midnight Movie is vintage Tobe Hooper, again demonstrating the director s place as one of the godfathers of modern horror Horror filmmaker Tobe Hooper he of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Salem s Lot, and Poltergeist fame tries his hand at horror zombie fiction here and, man, he does succeed It was a a horror film, documentary style, on paper and I blasted through it I loved it It was so entertaining and so awesome to just read something that was thoroughly entertainingthan just good literature.What s evenamazing here is that Tobe Hooper is a character in his own story, in fact the whole plot of this boo Horror filmmaker Tobe Hooper he of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Salem s Lot, and Poltergeist fame tries his hand at horror zombie fiction here and, man, he does succeed It was a a horror film, documentary style, on paper and I blasted through it I loved it It was so entertaining and so awesome to just read something that was thoroughly entertainingthan just good literature.What s evenamazing here is that Tobe Hooper is a character in his own story, in fact the whole plot of this book is that an old film of his that he made as a teenager causes people to become zombies via the nastiest STD ever He worked great here It makes you wonder how much of the real Tobe Hooper is in the fictional one but the fact that it s the author really doesn t jar you at all and that s saying something.It s essentially a horror film on paper so don t wander in expecting something nice There is violence, sex, horror, swearing, all kinds of gruesome little details that we horror fans adore If you re not a horror fan I d stay far away If you are a horror fan, or if you want to just try it out, just hop about the Destiny Express and enjoy the ride It lulls a bit near the end but you won t be disappointed An adolescent mess of a book.The concept of having Tobe Hooper writing a book with himself as Tobe Hooper as the main protagonist and the theme being about a movie which can turn people into lunatics has the potential for lots of interesting meta play but in the end the book was a total mess.It s hard to say how much of it was Hooper and how much his shhh, quiet about this co writer but the whole thing came off as very amateerish and fanboy ish Instead of knowing digs or winks the Hooper cha An adolescent mess of a book.The concept of having Tobe Hooper writing a book with himself as Tobe Hooper as the main protagonist and the theme being about a movie which can turn people into lunatics has the potential for lots of interesting meta play but in the end the book was a total mess.It s hard to say how much of it was Hooper and how much his shhh, quiet about this co writer but the whole thing came off as very amateerish and fanboy ish Instead of knowing digs or winks the Hooper character is universally adored as some sort of horror icon and whether that s the case or not it just comes off as indulgent The book also has a very adolescent tone to it and that could be to a large extent because most of the main characters are immature and most of the book is dialogue but in the end it doesn t matter.The plot wanders and ideas are introduced and dropped and things are left totally unexplained this is fine if you think that the author is just letting you figure it out for themselves but I honestly believe that in this case he they didn t actually know what it all meant Just finished this one and still very much in that, what the hell did I just read mindset This one reads like a really gory exploitation slasher zombie flick Lots of gore, lots of crass talk, gross sex, and just plain nonsense But at the same time it was well written, engaging, and I wanted to see how it all wrapped up It felt a lot like I was reading one of The Ladt Drive in movies with Joe Bob Brigs. I thought this was going to be totally horrible, but I was pleasantly surprised I actually had a hard time putting it down to go to work It was totally entertaining A very interesting literary debut by the famous infamous director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre It s actually surprisingly up to date, and uses social media such as emails and twitter to carry the story through multiple viewpoints What s going on is Tobe Hooper made a movie when he was sixteen, only he can t remember what the hell it was A stranger calls Tobe up, and asks him to come on over for a screening of the only remaining footage of that movie Strange things happen during the scre A very interesting literary debut by the famous infamous director of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre It s actually surprisingly up to date, and uses social media such as emails and twitter to carry the story through multiple viewpoints What s going on is Tobe Hooper made a movie when he was sixteen, only he can t remember what the hell it was A stranger calls Tobe up, and asks him to come on over for a screening of the only remaining footage of that movie Strange things happen during the screening, and even stranger things happen afterwards It quickly becomes an epidemic and before long someone from the screening contacts Tobe with the possibility that his movie caused the insanity now called the Game It s easy to read, and is pretty damn gory which is the least we should expect from this filmmaker Although I feel the exact origins of the Game has not been explained satisfactorily, I thoroughly enjoyed this ride In what passes for the afterword, Tobe hints he has another project in the works Looking forward to it