Souvenirs Of Terror

fiendish film & TV show tie-ins

Index: by film title

Index: by film title

The Abominable Dr. Phibes – William Goldstein (Award, 1971)
The Amazing Mr. Blunden – Antonia Barber (1972)
Amityville 3D – Gordon McGill (1984)
And Now The Screaming Starts … – David Case – (Pan 1973, originally MacDonald, 1971 as Fengriffen & Other Stories)
Asylum – William Johnston (Bantam, Dec. 1972)
At The Earth’s Core – Edgar Rice Burroughs (1975)
The Awakening – R. Chetwynd-Hayes (Magnum, 1980)
The Awakening [The Jewel Of The Seven Stars] – Bram Stoker (Arrow, 1980)

Blind Terror – William Hughes (Sphere, 1971)
Bloodbath At The House Of Death – Martin Noble (Star, 1984)
Blood Feast – Herschell Gordon Lewis (Epics International, 1988)
The Brides Of Dracula – Dean Owen (Monarch, May 1960)
Bram Stoker’s Dracula – Fred Saberhagen & James V. Hart (Signet, 1992)
Buffy The Vampire Slayer – Richie Tankersley Cusick (Archway, 1992)

Carrie – Stephen King (Nel 1975, Dec. 1980)
Circus Of Horrors – Tom Owen (Panther, 1960)
Communion – Frank Lauria (Corgi, July 1977)
Corruption – Peter Saxon (Sphere, 1968)
The Couch – Robert Bloch (Frederick Muller, March 1962)
Countess Dracula – Michel Parry (Sphere, 1971)
Creature From The Black Lagoon – E. K. Leyton [Walter Harris] (Star, 1980)
The Curse Of Frankenstein – John Burke, in The Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (Pan, 1966)
The Curse Of The Mummy’s Tomb – John Burke, in The Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (Pan, 1966)

Damien: Omen II – Joseph Howard (1978)
Darkman – Randall Boyll (Titan, 1990)
Dawn Of The Dead – George Romero & Susan Sparrow (Sphere, 1979)
The Devils [of Louden] – Aldous Huxley (Penguin, 1974 edition)
Dirty Weekend – Helen Zahavi (Flamingo, 1992)
Dr. Terror’s House Of Horrors – John Burke (Pan, 1965)
Dr Phibes Rises Again – William Goldstein (Award 1972)
Dominique – R. Chetwynd-Hayes (Universal, 1978)
Dracula: Prince Of Darkness – John Burke, in The 2nd Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (1967)
Dracula’s Daughter – E. K. Leyton (Star, 1980)

The Elephant Man – Christine Sparks (Futura, 1980)
The Entity – Frank De Felitta (Pan, 1979)
Empire Of The Ants – H. G. Wells (Fontana, 1964: Feb, 1978 edn.)
Experiment In Terror – The Gordons (Corgi, 1962)

The Flesh And The Fiends – Allan Norwood (Corgi, 1960)
The Fog – Dennis Etchinson (Corgi, 1980)
Fright Night – John Skipp & Craig Spector (Star, 1985)
From Beyond The Grave [The Elemental] – R. Chetwynd-Hayes (Fontana, 1974)

The Ghoul – Guy N. Smith (Sphere, 1976)
The Godsend – Bernard Taylor (Fontana, 1980)
God Told Me To – C. K. Chandler (Ballantine, Feb. 1977)
The Gorgon – John Burke, in The Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (Pan, 1966)
Gothic – Stephen Volk (Grafton, 1986)
The Green Man – Kingsley Amis (Jonathan Cape, 1969)
The Grotesque – Patrick McGrath (Penguin, 1989, 1990)

The Guardian – Dan Greenberg (Berkley, 1990)

Hands Of The Ripper – E. Spencer Shew (Sphere, 1971)
The Haunting Of Hill House – Shirley Jackson (Robinson, 1987: originally Viking, 1959)
The Hunger – Whitney Strieber (Corgi 1983 edition)

Incense For The Damned [Doctors Wear Scarlet] – Simon Raven (Berkley Medallion, 1967)
The Incredible Melting Man – Phil Smith (Nel, 1978)
Incubus – Ray Russell (Sphere, 1977)

Jack The Ripper – Stuart James (Monarch, Jan 1960)

King Kong – Delos W. Lovelace (Gollancz, 2005: Grosset & Dunlop, 1932)
Kronos – Hugh Enfield (Fontana, 1972)

The Legacy – John Coyne (Coronet, 1980: Originally Berkley, 1979)
Legend Of The Werewolf – Robert Black [Robert Holdstock] (Sphere, 1976)
Lifeforce – Colin Wilson (Grafton, 1985, originally Panther, 1977 as The Space Vampires)
Little Orphan Vampires – Jean Rollins (Redemption, 1995)
Love At First Bite – [Robert Kaufman] (Fotonovel Publications, 1979)
Lust For A Vampire – William Hughes (Sphere, 1971)

Madhouse [Devil Day] – Angus Hall (Ace, 1969, Severn House, 1986)
Magic – William Goldman (Pan, 1977)
The Man Who Haunted Himself – Ralph Martin (Tandem, 1970)
Martin – George Romero (Futura, 1978)
The Masque Of The Red Death – Elsie Lee (Lancer, 1964)

The Medusa Touch – Peter Van Greenaway (Panther, 1975)
The Monster Club – R. Chetwynd-Hayes – (Nel, 1981, originally Nel, 1976)
Mother’s Boys – Bernard Taylor (Grafton, 1988)
The Mummy – Carl Dreadstone (Allan Wingate, 1978)
The Munsters – Morton Cooper (1964)
Murder By Decree – Robert Weverka (Corgi, 1979)

Mystery and Imagination – Bryan Douglas (Fontana, 1968)

The Nightmares On Elm Street – Jeffrey Cooper (Futura 1987, 1988, 1990)
Night Must Fall – William Drummond (Fontana, 1964)
Night Of The Living Dead – John Russo (Nel, 1983)
The Night Walker – Sidney Stuart [from Robert Bloch’s screen-play] (Award, 1964)
Nosferatu: The Vampyre – Paul Monette (Picador, 1979)

The Omen – David Seltzer (Futura, 1978)

Phantom Of The Opera – Gaston Leroux (1911, W. H. Allen, 1985)
Phantom Of The Paradise – Bjarne Rostaing (Star, 1975)
Piranha – John Sayles (Nel, 1978)
The Plague Of The Zombies – John Burke, in The 2nd Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (1967)

Poltergeist – James Kahn (Granada, 1982)

Queen Kong – James Moffat (1977)

Rabid – Richard Lewis (Mayflower, 1977)
Rasputin: The Mad Monk – John Burke, in The 2nd Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (1967)
The Reptile – John Burke, in The 2nd Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (1967)
Reptilicus – Dean Owen (1961)
The Revenge Of Frankenstein – John Burke, in The Hammer Horror Film Omnibus (Pan, 1966)

Sardonicus And Other Stories – Ray Russell (Ballantine, 1961)
The Scars Of Dracula – Angus Hall (Sphere, 1971)
Scream And Scream Again – Peter Saxon (Paperback Library, 1967, first published as “The Disoriented Man” (1966).
Shocker – Randall Boyll (Berkley, 1990)

The Skull Of The Marquis de Sade – Robert Bloch (Pyramid 1965: Corgi 1976: Robert Hale 1975)
Sleepy Hollow – Peter Lerangis (Faber & Faber, 2000)
Something Wicked This Way Comes – Ray Bradbury (Grafton, 1983)
The Stranglers Of Bombay – Stuart James (Monarch, 1960)

A Study In Terror – Ellery Queen (Lancer 1966, 1969)
The Swarm – Arthur Herzog (Pan, 1976)

Tales From The Crypt – Jack Oleck (Bantam, 1972)
Torture Garden – Robert Bloch (Four Square, 1967, originally Four Square, 1965 as “Horror-7“)

The Uncanny – William Lauder (Arrow, 1977)
The Undying Monster – Jessie Douglas Kerruish (Tandem, 1975; originally Heath Cranton, 1922)

Vampirella – Ron Goulart (Sphere, 1973)
The Vampire Lovers – J. S. Le Fanu (Fontana, 1970)
Van Helsing – Kevin Ryan (HarperCollins, 2004)
The Vault Of Horror – Jack Oleck (Bantam, 1973)
Videodrome – Jack Martin (Nel, 1983)


The Werewolf Of London РCarl Dreadstone  [Walter Harris] (Allan Wingate, 1978)
What Became Of Jack And Jill? (aka “The Ruthless Ones“) – Laurence Moody (Sphere 1972)
The Wicker Man – Robert Hardy & Anthony Shaffer (Hamlyn, 1979)
Willard – Stephen Gilbert (Panther, 1971, originally Michael Joseph, 1968 as “Ratman’s Notebooks“)
The Witches – Peter Curtis (Pan 1966)
Witchfinder General – Ronald Bassett (Pan, 1968, originally Herbert Jenkins, 1966)

Young Frankenstein – Gilbert Pearlman (1975)

Zoltan, Hound Of Dracula – Ken Johnson (Everest, 1977)

This is intended as a working list: there are many more titles to add. I’ll attempt posts on all the books mentioned over the coming weeks & months!.

demonik, vault, 2007.

2 Responses to “Index: by film title”

  1. Wonderful…I know SO many of these titles and this has been a real trip down nostalgia lane (with a lengthy stop on Macabre Boulevard). I have to say that cyberspace is the perfect venue for sites like this one, delightful niches maintained by people out of love and devotion for their favorite enthusiasms. My last novel, currently making the rounds, features a character called “Nightstalk”, who was named as an homage to Darren McGavin’s classic “Kolchak” (mentioned on your site, of course). A pleasure finding your site this morning–if you get a chance, pop by my blog “Beautiful Desolation” and have a look. You might find something of interest (I suspect you will)…

  2. Ian Covell said

    Some notes

    Peter Curtis [The Witches ] is Norah Lofts, and was originally The Devil’s Own [1960] / film scripted by Nigel Kneale

    The Werewolf Of London – Carl Dreadstone; Dreadstone was a pseudonym, of Ramsey Campbell, I think, or perhaps Walter Harris, or someone else [was probably Star paperback orig rather than hdbk]
    Creature From The Black Lagoon – E. K. Leyton — see Werewolf/Dreadstone
    Dracula’s Daughter – E. K. Leyton
    The Mummy – Carl Dreadstone (Allan Wingate, 1978)

    Videodrome – Jack Martin is Dennis Etchison

    Vampirella – Ron Goulart – several V books written and published by Goulart

    Corruption – Peter Saxon – a pseudonym of course
    Scream And Scream Again – Peter Saxon (Paperback Library, 1967, first published as “The Disoriented Man” ?, 1966). In Mayflower, 1966

    The Hunger – Whitney Strieber — Whitley

    The Night Walker – Sidney Stuart [from Robert Bloch’s screen-play] (Award, 1964) — Stuart is Michael Avallone

    Bloodbath At The House Of Death – Martin Noble (Star, 1984) — interesting website: Martin Noble

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s