|Full Name:||Philip Nutman|
Full Throttle, the novella which appeared in Splatterpunks!, garnered Nutman his first of four Bram Stoker Award nominations, and was reviewed to acclaim in The New York Times. In addition to novels (Wet Work, the forthcoming Full Throttle, and the work-in-progress, The Man on the White Horse), Nutman is a successful comic book and screenwriter. His comic book credits include Clive Barker's Hellraiser, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Evil Ernie: Destroyer, Chastity: Rocked, and the anthology series Nightmare Theater. Most recently, he penned a three-part story based on the classic John Carpenter horror movie, Halloween. As a screenwriter, he has written over a dozen screenplays, including a controversial version of Jack Ketchum's infamous The Girl Next Door, and has just finished adapting Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child's archaeological thriller Thunderhead as a big budget major studio project for Gryphon Films.
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- Episode 26: Philip Nutman: Wet Work, Barker, And The Girl Next Door
This episode the guest is acclaimed author, screenwriter, & Fangoria legend Philip Nutman. Philip is one of the people whose work really inspired me when I was in my teens. His novel 'Wet.
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- ChiZine Publications Blog: Bookgasm interviews Philip Nutman!
Joshua Jabcuga of Bookgasm has interviewed Philip Nutman, author of CITIES OF NIGHT. Nutman discusses the collection, the span of his career, mentoring younger writers, and how Malcolm McDowell influenced his ...
- Horror Review: Wet Work (by Philip Nutman) | Through the ...
Philip Nutman is a name rarely known outside the zombie genre circles, but that could be just the fact that he hasn't written much in terms of novels since his explosive debut with his novel Wet Work. The novel was born out of ...
- Death By DVD Presents : Philip Nutman 02/04 by ... - Internet Radio
90 minutes with mr.Philip Nutman. Nutman is a writer/journalist/screenwriter. basically a jack of all trades of the written word. For years Nutman has been the British voice of Fangoria magazine as well as working on his own ...
- Blog Archive Array Carrion Films invade 'Philip Nutman's Nightmares!'
Triple Bill with Philip Nutman Respected author and filmmaker Philip Nutman ? seen by many as the authority on Amicus Horror ? has chosen Carrion Film terror triptych ( Scayrecrow, The Screaming Skull & The Hairy Hands) ...
- Seduced By Books: Cities of Night by Philip Nutman
Cities of Night is a collection of dark, and some rather twisted short stories by Philip Nutman. For the most part the stories were good reads. A couple of them were really slow moving and I couldn't wait for them to end. Others ...
- Cities of the Night by Philip Nutman | OnlyatBarnhill's Blog
Philip Nutman has brought a fresh eye and deep enthusiasm to the business of horror. The genre is much enriched by his insight and creativity. He's a vital and original talent. ? Clive Barker, author of The Great and Secret ...
- Philip Nutman's Screenwriting Workshop 101 | Houghton Talent Blog
(Submitted by WIFTA Member Deidre Walsh). Classes begin Wednesday, February 11, 2009. 7: 30 ? 9PM. This is a hands-on, eight-week workshop designed to guide those who want to write a screenplay or have written ...
- PHILIP NUTMAN LAUNCHES NEW WEB MAGAZINE : Shockya.com
Critically acclaimed novelist, screenwriter and producer Philip Nutman, author of the cult apocalyptic zombie espionage novel, WET WORK, is launching a new.
- The Reader Reviews: Review: WET WORK by Philip Nutman
I had read that Philip Nutman's "Wet Work" was based on his story from "The Book of the Dead" so I assumed the zombies would be George Romero-style. Well, it's true some of the zombies are slow, mindless flesh-eating ...
- jack_yoniga: Philip Nutman's Wet Work
The definitive edition of Philip Nutman's kick-ass zombie apocalypse novel, Wet Work, is now available from Overlook Connection Press. Do yourself a favour and pick up a copy. It was originally published as a Jove ...
- Is There Enough Philip Nutman Wet Work Coffee To Wake Me??
Is There Enough Philip Nutman Wet Work Coffee To Wake Me?? The dogs are hiding in the living room, safely away from my grumblings. They are wondering if they will get fed or if my meaness will make them wait for kibble.
- jack_yoniga: Philip Nutman's Wet Work
"Before Resident Evil, before 28 Days Later, there was Philip Nutman. And there was Wet Work. Thank God the Devil is finally getting his due." --Tim Sullivan, co-writer/director of 2001 Maniacs "The Genre is much enriched by ...