Nope Nothing Wrong Here

Lee Gambin analyzes the film scene by scene, including exhaustive coverage of the production from its problematic early days with originally-assigned director Peter Medak to the final edit by ultimate director Lewis Teague.

Nope  Nothing Wrong Here

Lee Gambin analyzes the film scene by scene, including exhaustive coverage of the production from its problematic early days with originally-assigned director Peter Medak to the final edit by ultimate director Lewis Teague.

Cujo

Nope, nothing wrong here.” With a little help from Sharp's son (later on, Roger
said, you would have believed the kid thought the ad up and wrote it himself), the
Cereal Professor concept was approved and saturated Saturday-morning TV, ...

Cujo

"A family's two-hundred-pound Saint Bernard is transformed by rabies and the insidious guidance of demonic forces into a terrifying monster" --

Daniel Hugh Kelly Racing With Thunder and Loving A Parade Unofficial

Yeah I know the title of the book is a line from the film, Nope Nothing Wrong Here:
The Making of CUJO by Lee Gambin, but totally relevant in so many other ways.
Lee Gambin: "I was also super impressed that people like Daniel Hugh Kelly ...

Daniel Hugh Kelly  Racing With Thunder and Loving A Parade  Unofficial


Robert Swartwood Two Complete Novels Legion Man of Wax

Whenaround others —no matter ifthey were children or geriatrics—I was to
actlike nothing was wrong. Just a man his business like normal, going about
nope nothing wrong here, thanks for asking. Doall that, Simon said beforehe
disconnected ...

Robert Swartwood  Two Complete Novels  Legion   Man of Wax

From USA Today bestselling author Robert Swartwood, two top-notch thrillers filled with the author’s signature storytelling genius. LEGION A message courier pushed into the path of a train. A young woman commits a terrible act of violence. A family man puts a gun to his head. John Smith suspects these aren't random events — someone engineered them. But who — or what? And why is John Smith their next target? "Legion is an excellent thriller that does what most thrillers set out to do. Keep the readers hooked with a fast paced story, sprinkled heavily with jaw-dropping twists that end on a climax, which will leave the readers wanting more." —Fantasy Book Critic MAN OF WAX Ben Anderson goes to bed Sunday night, lying next to his wife in the comfort and safety of their Pennsylvania family home, to wake up the next day in a rundown motel in California — alone. He doesn't know how he got there, he doesn't know where his family is, and written in dried blood on the bathroom door are the words LET THE GAME BEGIN. Soon Ben is contacted by Simon. Simon knows all there is to know about Ben, more than he cares to remember himself. If Ben wants to save himself and his family, he will have to do everything Simon says. As the game begins — with stakes much higher than either man can imagine — no one knows where it will lead or how it will end. Only one thing is for certain: this time the game will change everything. "Man of Wax grabs you by the throat in the first chapter and never lets go. A suspense-filled thrill ride with plenty of shocks along the way. Read it!" —F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of the Repairman Jack novels

Man of Wax

he'd said. When around others —no matter if they were children or geriatrics—I
was to act like nothing was wrong. Just a man going about his business like
normal, nope nothing wrong here, thanks for asking. Do all that, Simon said
before he ...

Man of Wax

From USA Today bestselling author Robert Swartwood comes the exciting first book in the Man of Wax Trilogy ... Ben Anderson goes to bed Sunday night, lying next to his wife in the comfort and safety of their Pennsylvania family home, to wake up the next day in a rundown motel in California — alone. He doesn't know how he got there, he doesn't know where his family is, and written in dried blood on the bathroom door are the words LET THE GAME BEGIN. Soon Ben is contacted by Simon. Simon knows all there is to know about Ben, more than he cares to remember himself. If Ben wants to save himself and his family, he will have to do everything Simon says. As the game begins — with stakes much higher than either man can imagine — no one knows where it will lead or how it will end. Only one thing is for certain: this time the game will change everything. Man of Wax is the first book in a thriller trilogy where everyday men and women must fight a power that threatens to destroy the world. Recommended for fans of Harlan Coben, Michael Marshall, and Dean Koontz. Praise for Man of Wax: "Man of Wax grabs you by the throat in the first chapter and never lets go. A suspense-filled thrill ride with plenty of shocks along the way. Read it!" —F. Paul Wilson, New York Times bestselling author of the Repairman Jack novels "One of the best 'scary' stories I have read this year ... great job, I loved it." —The Parents Little Black Book of Books

Neighbourhood Watch

Nope. Nothing wrong here. She was about to leave the bathroom, slightly
relieved that there was no blood and guts anywhere in sight; no dead body or
anything else out of place for that matter, when a high-pitched screaming jolted
her.

Neighbourhood Watch

Joe Camber is a retired middleweight United Kingdom champion and a former WBC champion. After his divorce, Joe purchases a modern red-brick semi-detached house on Willet Close on the outskirts of the town centre. He likes where he lives, regardless of it being modest for a rich and famous person. But when his decent, down-to-earth neighbours start to go missing without trace or forewarning, Joe grows suspicious as to their whereabouts. He decides to stake out in his attic watching the cul-de-sac street intently, all day and night. At first the unexplainable events are considered to be nothing more than intruders playing a malevolent game on them. Then Joe sees the group of faceless, hooded figures, dressed in black one-piece outfits, lurking on their peaceful street in the dead of night - and his blood turns to ice. But that’s not their main concern compared to the thing with the goat’s head, resurrecting the dead to do its evil deeds on the unholy ground Joe and his neighbours are living on. One by one good people lose their lives, until the remaining survivors take it upon themselves to confront the thing with the goat’s head and the Acolytes of Doom (the hooded figures, doing the work of the demon). Is their bravery merely a suicide mission? Can they put a stop to this atrocity, where the authorities have failed? Or will the thing with the goat’s head reign supreme?

Deep sea tales

"No . . . water?" he wheezed. "Nope! Just good, clean Texas air!" Sandy said. "
That ain't a problem, is it?" SpongeBob gave the squirrel a ghastly grin as his
brittle lips peeled back from his teeth. "Problem? Ha-ha! Nope, nothing wrong
here!

Deep sea tales


Aliens in the Home

The awakening is all the more brutal since the Sharp Cereal Professor , a
popular authority figure in commercial spots , has lulled his audience all along
with the very words that make the motto of the novel : " Nope , nothing wrong here
.

Aliens in the Home

Within the broad field of contemporary literature, horror fiction has only recently developed into a genre which modern scholars may legitimately regard as being worthy of critical attention. This comparative study provides ample proof that horror fiction can be more profound and revealing than many literary critics imagined. The only study of its kind, this book offers detailed critical analysis of the child in horror fiction, with special emphasis on themes relating to the child's social position within the family and its war against parents or authority figures, as well as its various functions as victim, evil innocent, and monster. Special attention is given to the child's consistent, stylized portrayal in horror fiction, which forms a sharp contrast to the appearance of children both in other genres and in real life.

The Wrong Girl

“Well, isn't the guy across the street still watching out for— Okay, I'm here.
Looking over the railing. Hang on. Nope, nothing. Hang on, going down. Nope.
Fine. Door locked, all good. And yup. I see the paper. I'll leave it. But don't you—”
“Oh, ...

The Wrong Girl

Award-winning and Boston Globe bestselling author Hank Phillippi Ryan presents a spine-chilling, heart-wrenching suspense novel that explores a terrifying scenario striking at the heart of every family. Does a respected adoption agency have a frightening secret? Tipped off by a determined ex-colleague on a desperate quest to find her birth mother, Boston newspaper reporter Jane Ryland begins to suspect that the agency is engaging in the ultimate betrayal—reuniting birth parents with the wrong children. For detective Jake Brogan and his partner, a young woman's brutal murder seems a sadly predictable case of domestic violence, one that results in two toddlers being shuttled into the foster care system. Then Jake finds an empty cradle at the murder scene. Where is the baby who should have been sleeping there? Jane and Jake are soon on a trail full of twists and turns that takes them deep into the heart of a foster care system in crisis and threatens to blow the lid off an adoption agency scandal. When the threatening phone calls start, Jane knows she is on the right track...but with both a killer at large and an infant missing, time is running out.... The Wrong Girl is a riveting novel of familial relationships—both known and unknown—vile greed, senseless murder, and the ultimate in deception. What if you didn't know the truth about your own family? The Wrong Girl is the winner of the 2013 Agatha Award for best contemporary novel. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Foundation

Several of the novels have running verbal motifs — “ Nope nothing wrong here "
in Cujo , for example ; in shorter pieces he relies on single telling phrases that
haunt and reverberate from quite early in the story . In “ The Mist ” , for example ...

Foundation


Fear Itself

And the Sharp Cereal Professor ' s oft - repeated epigram in Cujo – “ Nope ,
nothing wrong here ' ' - is not only a summing - up of the bitter irony of the novel
and its model , our reality ; it also serves as a wry commentary on what we seek
in ...

Fear Itself

Essays discuss the themes, style, and influences of King's novels, and look at his career as a writer

They Just Don t Get It

Nope, nothing wrong here. Later, when the terrorist city of Fallujah was harboring
those who butchered four Americans and hung them from a bridge, our leaders
called back U.S. Marine and Army units that had already made it a third of the ...

They Just Don t Get It

Explains what the United States must do to win the war on terror, describing what must be done at every level, from individual citizens, to government officials, to military force, in order to meet the challenge.

They Just Don t Get it

Nope, nothing wrong here. Later, when the terrorist city of Fallujah was harboring
those who butchered four Americans and hung them from a bridge, our leaders
called back U.S. Marine and Army units that had already made it a third of the ...

They Just Don t Get it

Explains what the United States must do to win the war on terror, describing what must be done at every level, from individual citizens, to government officials, to military force, in order to meet the challenge.

Supernatural Fiction Writers Guy Gavriel Kay to Roger Zelazny

Vic , to leave town in a desperate attempt at keeping a vital business account : a
much - promoted cereal , sold with the slogan “ Nope , nothing wrong here , ” is in
fact quite wrong , for its red dye is indigestible and makes the feces of its eaters ...

Supernatural Fiction Writers  Guy Gavriel Kay to Roger Zelazny

Profiles the most significant contemporary British and American writers of fantasy and horror. Entries cover all aspects of each writer's career.

Stephen King

Just as The Talisman was a book judged by its cover , Thinner was not ; in fact ,
the author's photograph of Bachman seemed to suggest nothing out of the
ordinary - nope , nothing wrong here — but careful readers in the fantasy and
science ...

Stephen King

Veteran King chronicler George Beahm thoroughly examines Stephen King's life as a celebrity and a publishing phenomenon who has published more than forty books--from CARRIE to WIZARD AND GLASS (the fourth Dark Tower novel). Complete with new photos taken especially for this edition and reprints of little-seen King pictures unearthed from archives, this book is a textual and visual treat and a "must" for king's millions of readers.

Stephen King

And the Sharp Cereal Professor ' s oft - repeated epigram " Nope , nothing wrong
here ” - is not only a summing - up of the bitte irony of Cujo and its model , our
reality . It also serves as a wry commes tary on what we seek in horror fiction .

Stephen King


Censored Books II

We must change our adopted phrase of the Sharp Cereal Professor - “ nope ,
nothing wrong here ” — to an apology . To apologize is to recognize our failure ,
our fragility , and our ultimate fallibility . We must discontinue hiding and escaping
 ...

Censored Books II

Presents reasoned arguments to support a wide range of literature that has been frequently challenged by would-be censors.

The Stephen King Companion

Shotguns blow up at point - blank range , and Daffy walks away with his beak
rearranged on the back of his head . What ' s there to worry about ? No blood , no
gray matter speckling the wallpaper . Nope , nothing wrong here . That ' s not the
 ...

The Stephen King Companion

Not a reference book, but a pretty good fan book. Covers King's career, criticism, synopses, transcriptions to film and audio. Illustrated with pictures of King, covers, movie sets. Public libraries will need gobs. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Horror Plum d

 Horror Plum d

This is the only collection of every book, story, and ephemera published on and about Stephen King in the US and Internationally! Including: Books, Novels, Short-Fiction Collections, Non-Fiction, Etc. Including Reprints and multimedia adaptations of book titles. Short Fiction, Screenplays, Anthologies, Audio and Video adaptations, etc. This volumne, coming in at over 650 pages, also features many reproductions of novels from the US and Foreign editions. Over 100 cover and art reproductions. Thousands of listings that took Mr. Collings over fifteen years to collect. This is a one-of-a-kind volumne, and invaluable to any King reader, library, and collector to discover the many volumnes and listings of and about Stephen King.