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Rights to the House of Night Young Adult Novel Series Sold to Davis Films

And another series of young adult novels is heading to the big screen. This time it's mother/daughter team P.C. and Kristin Cast's House of Night books that have been acquired by Davis Films, the production company behind the Silent Hill and Resident Evil films.

Summer Reading for Young Adults: Enter the Dark Territory of The Tracks, Book One

We know Young Adult novels aren't high on most of our readers' "must read" lists, but we also know a lot of you have kids who are budding horror fans; and with its blend of star-crossed love, kung fu, and magic, Dark Territory: The Tracks, Book One sounds like something they might be interested in checking out.

Yancey, Rick (The Monstrumologist, The Curse of the Wendigo)

In September, 2009, a Young Adult horror novel was published to great acclaim and a few awards. The title was The Monstrumologist , and we LOVED it! This is not your everyday YA novel – plenty of gore and gruesomeness for everyone. Now, Rick Yancey, author of The Monstrumologist, is back with his second novel about the adventures of Dr.

Exclusive: Rick Yancey Talks The Monstrumologist, The Curse of the Wendigo, and More

In September, 2009, a Young Adult horror novel was published to great acclaim and a few awards. The title was The Monstrumologist , and we LOVED it! This is not your everyday YA novel – plenty of gore and gruesomeness for everyone. Now, Rick Yancey, author of The Monstrumologist, is back with his second novel about the adventures of Dr.

Goosebumps Gets Serious Scribes

Now this is an interesting development that may just make me want to get out and see the first Goosebumps feature when it’s all said and done.

Columbia Gets Goosebumps

Finally, the popular kids horror series Goosebumps is making its way to the big screen. The hopes and prayers of thousands of kids (who are probably far too old to care now) have been answered. I wonder if it’s too late?

Fox, Not Blue Sky, Animates Anubis

Just the other day we reported on a rumored adaptation of the small press title The Anubis Tapestry: Between Twilights from Bruce Zick that might be coming from Blue Sky Studios (Horton Hears a Who, Ice Age). This morning Variety confirmed and clarified the rumor, so we shall do the same!

Blue Sky to Animate Anubis?

I would love to see a company like Blue Sky Studios do something other than kids’ animation, though obviously that’s where the money is, so when I read the rumor about them nabbing rights to small press book The Anubis Tapestry, I just had to share.